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PLAYLIST: Clwb Fuzz’s Clwb Quarantine Playlist

One of our favourite up and coming Cardiff acts Clwb Fuzz have put together a playlist for us called ‘Clwb Quarantine’ featuring some of their favourite tracks as a band below.

The four-piece recently released their new single ’No Heaven’, Clwb Fuzz’s first release on Libertino.

‘No Heaven’ produced by Tom Rees (Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard) is built on a darkly brooding bassline, purposive motorik drums and spiralling caustic, reverb rich guitars which Emily whispers over, with almost seedy lyrics smeared in a Nico-esque cool indifference.

Joe:
The Stooges- Fun House

The Stooges are one of my biggest influences and this song especially is chaos start to finish.

The Brian Jonestown massacre – Wisdom

A godly track from a band that we all love.

Black Country new Road – Sunglasses

I’ve seen Black country new road twice now and each time this song has made me speechless

Hayden:
The Smiths – Meat is Murder

An underrated Smiths song, I’m also veggie so i guess it resonates.

Slint – Washer

I love the intensity and build-up, and the eventual noise that comes with it.

Xiu Xiu – Into the night

A creepy song, so many textures, and it comes from twin peaks so, all winning points

Emily

Sonic Youth – Sacred Trickster

It’s my favourite opening to an album I like to take a lot of influence from, I love the energy and Kim Gordon in general

Just Mustard – Frank

One of my favourite upcoming bands from Ireland at the moment, I have a real thing for the way their songs are produced and I love Katie Ball’s voice.

Gruff:
The Smashing Pumpkins – Geek U.S.A

One of my favourite songs by The Smashing Pumpkins because of Jimmy Chamberlin’s powerful and driving drums.

Alice in Chains – No Excuses

The drum track on this song is so creative and inspired aspects of the drums on our track ‘No heaven’.

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