Krautrock innovators The Oscillation will be blowing eardrums and minds in Penryn this weekend when they bring their noise-driven no wave fuzz to The Fish Factory.

It will be a homecoming of sorts for the band’s driving force Demian Castellanos who was born and bred on the Lizard Peninsula.

Veering between Krautrock edginess, droning medicated tones and noise driven no wave fuzz, The Oscillation recalls the Kosmische musik of Neu! and Tangerine Dream interpreted with an eye on Pil’s dubbed out punk funk, Miles Davis’ experimentalism and Spacemen 3’s strung out blues-rock.

Beginning in 2008, when DC Recordings released the debut “Out Of Phase”, The Oscillation quickly expanded into a formidable live force.

The ensemble has featured numerous different musicians plus the live visual manipulations of filmmaker Julian Hand.

Now, almost ten years on and several hundred live shows later, the band returned in 2018 with two new albums that explore Kosmische drone-scape and powerful psych-tinged rock ‘n’ roll.

The first LP released last year, U.E.F comprised two 22-minute slabs of unforgiving, dystopian electronica.

The new LP Wasted Space released in the autumn of 2018 on Fuzz Club, and sees a return to ranting vocals, pummelling danceable rhythms, jagged guitar feedback and hypnotic soundscapes.

Supporting them at the gig at The Fish Factory, Commercial Road, Penryn on Saturday, April 13 will be Falmouth’s very own "Kylie on Acid", Hockeysmith. Doors open 7.30pm.