Call To Confirm Colored Copies Are Still Available
Back in November 2017, psych-rock overlords King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard announced they'd be giving away Polygondwanaland - their fourth LP of the year - for free and for everyone to do with as they please. Naturally, it was pretty inevitable that it was to be given the Fuzz Club treatment. Priding themselves on high-quality vinyl pressings, Fuzz Club have created a must for audiophiles and record collectors alike. The lacquer was cut at half-speed by engineer-extraordinaire Miles Showell (The Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Who) over at Abbey Road Studios, which means that every tiny little detail of King Gizzard's wonky, hedonistic sonic prowess has made its way into the record's grooves.
Not only does it sound absolutely incredible but it looks the part too. With alternative artwork, the LP is housed in a deluxe tip-on gatefold jacket with printed inner-sleeves and glued inside the gatefold will be a 16-page booklet which includes lyrics and reworked illustrations of the original artwork provided by the band. Aside from all of that, Polygondwanaland also happens to be the band's finest record to date. Whilst on previous efforts they dealt in everything from jazz, soul and folk through to krautrock, stoner and doom, on this collection the Australian heavyweights hone their psych-freak-outs into ten mind altering prog-tainted jams.