Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia drops first wave of bands set for two days of mind expanding music in Liverpool.
Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia have announced their first wave of acts to perform at the Camp & Furnace for the two-day festival on September 27-28.
Ty Segall‘s new band Fuzz line up with GIT Award nominee’s Clinic, New York’s Psychic Ills and Chilean space cadets The Holydrug Couple.
The festival will also feature a stage curated by Trouble In Mind Records featuring all manner of psychedelic sub-culture, featuring music, art, film, performance and visuals from the cutting edge of today’s proponents of psych.
Recipients of critical clamour on both sides of the pond, Fuzz is the new project of ultra-prolific garage rock musician Ty Segall. Segall issued three full length
albums under his own name last yea and this will be Fuzz‘s first UK performance.
Also added to the bill are French psych poppers Limiñanas, Dutch darling Jacco Gardner, spacerock abyss churners Carlton Melton, Denmark’s sonic wunderkinds The Wands, US darklords Plankton Wat and Maston, pop nuggets The Paperhead, introspective futurists Mmoss, motorik Swiss cosmonaut Klauss Johann Grobe, the harmony weaving The Resonars and the paisley leaning Alfa 9.
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A limited number of earlybird tickets are on sale for the two day festival now, priced at £17.50 for further information visit here.