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Februpdate

Posted in Gigs, Merch, On The Web, Radio & Podcasts, Recording on 19/02/2020 by chrish

First of all, we’re overwhelmed with the great response to Night Lands – thanks to all the blogs, podcasts etc. that have featured it (list below) and everyone who’s bought it of course.  The album is already sold out in physical formats (possibly a few left in the US at Feeding Tube) but we are planning a small re-press later in the year.  Meanwhile it is still available to stream and download on Bandcamp along with our entire back catalogue.  In particular if you enjoyed the free-flowing, spontaneous music of Night Lands you might like our earlier collections of practice room jams, Thermionic Emissions vol. 1 & 2 which are pay-what-you-like downloads.  On the other hand if you prefer something more definite, we offer the last remaining vinyl copies of Adam Stone & DSA Live In Belper: “40-plus minutes of electric satire and caustic future-punk aimed straight at the throbbing heads of an appreciative crowd of misfits.”

We have provided a new recording – a 16 minute piece entitled Lunar Mansions – to the forthcoming Dark, Outside broadcast The da-daRK OUTSIDE, which will transmit from Dada artist Kurt Schwitters‘s Merz Barn in Cumbria as part of the Aerial Festival on 28th-29th of March.

On the live front we are lining up two batches of gigs – some in May & June and then some in October / November – more details as they are announced (and we are open to offers) but suffice to say that we are finally going international!

Those Night Lands reviews: Fragmented Flâneur  |  [sic] Magazine  |  Fighting Boredom  |  Reverb Is For Lovers  |  Terrascope  |  The Sleeping Shaman  |  Echoes and Dust  |  New Music Social  |  Fuzzy Sun

Podcasts & Internet Radio: Nightfolk In The Afternoon  |  Unending Subtleties  |  Bob Osborne  |  Dandelion Radio  |  Turn Me On, Dead Man

Let us know if we’ve missed any!

Thanks for listening.

The Cardinal speaks

Posted in On The Web, Recording on 26/03/2019 by chrish

Our good friend Dave Cambridge, the man responsible for bringing Dead Sea Apes to the record-buying public, is interviewed over on Echoes & Dust and shares a playlist of forthcoming Cardinal Fuzz releases, including a track from our new double album The Free Territory, due out in May.

On the road again

Posted in Gigs, On The Web on 10/03/2019 by chrish

We’ve got a few gigs lined up now for May and June in Belper, Todmorden, Manchester and the Woolf II festival in rural Wiltshire. See the gigs page for all the dates and links.  We’re particularly looking forward to Woolf II –  Terrascope’s Phil McMullen and Ian Fraser explain more about the festival over on Echoes & Dust.

Broken…

Posted in On The Web, Photo & Video, Recording on 09/02/2019 by chrish

New Year, New Apes

Posted in General, On The Web, Recording on 25/01/2019 by chrish

A happy new year to all our listeners.  First of all, please welcome new bassist Jack (ex-Fishmongers) and keyboardist Alistair (also of Thee Windom Earles). We’re getting in shape to play live in 2019 and already have a couple of gigs booked in – more to follow.

Our next release will be The Free Territory – a double album which has been gradually coming together in the background over several years.  It began life as loop and drone tracks made using a 4-track cassette portastudio, but grew to include full band recordings influenced by the basic approach of 4-track recording and the spacious, meditative nature of the drone pieces, and features Nik Rayne of The Myrrors on two of the seven tracks.  Coming soon on Cardinal Fuzz!

More new music is in the works including further collaborations with Adam Stone and Black Tempest, and icymi, Chris and Brett guested on Black Tempest’s latest album Psyberspace.  We are also featured along with Adam in the new Optical Sounds magazine.

WARHEADS

Posted in Merch, On The Web, Recording on 24/09/2018 by chrish

Our new album with Adam Stone is now up for pre-order.

Psych Insight blog has an exclusive preview/feature/intervew.

Order at Cardinal Fuzz or our Bandcamp.
(USA customers may wish to buy from Sunrise Ocean Bender for domestic postage.)

Relax and float downstream

Posted in Merch, On The Web, Recording on 10/05/2018 by chrish

Several of our releases are now on music streaming and download services including Spotify and Apple Music for your convenience and listening pleasure.  Watch the fractions of pennies roll in!  For those of you who prefer the real thing, we still have some vinyl and cassettes of Soy Dios, CDs of Sixth Side Of The Pentagon, the bootleg-style single-sided 12″ of In The Year 2039 and our 7″ double-A-side Central Nervous System for sale.  All our releases are available to stream and download on Bandcamp.