Back in 2016, London label Fuzz Club launched its Fuzz Club Sessions series, the aim being to bring some of the best in underground music to various London studios to lay down a live session recorded straight to 2” tape in one take and released on vinyl. A couple of years on and the sessions have dealt in raw, surfy garage (see Night Beaters, Heaters and Holy Wave), improvised psych-blues jams (see The Entrance Band), solemn post-punk (see The Underground Youth) and industrial post-punk/kraut (see 10 000 Russos and RMFTM). Now it’s the turn of Danish mavericks, and long-time label alumni, Tales Of Murder And Dust. Comprised of two cuts from 2016s The Flow In Between LP, one from their debut album Hallucination Of Beauty and a brand new track, on the session TOMAD offer a world of gloomy, cinematic post-rock – taking cues from everything from opiate blues and drone-rock through to goth and New York No Wave. Bleak, atmospheric and utterly bewitching, there’s not many bands who would be able to sound quite as mesmerisng and grandiose when captured live - making this one of the finest Fuzz Club Sessions to date and an absolute must for fans of the dark and experimental.