Milk Kan on Eastenders
Monday, 30 March 2009 11:57
Milk Kan debut album out now
Sunday, 15 March 2009 11:56
Milk Kan’s self-titled debut album was released last Monday and has been Huw Stephens’ Album Of The Week on Radio 1 this week.
The band travel to Holland on Thursday for an appearance on a Dutch TV pop programme and a radio session.
Milk Kan launched the album last Friday at the 12 Bar Club with a secret guest set from Jim Bob (Carter USM).
Sergeant Buzfuz 'High Slang' out in the shops now
Sunday, 15 February 2009 11:54
The 4th Sergeant Buzfuz album is now in the shops. It’s called “High Slang” (BLANG 15). Available as CD and download. See blang reviews.
“Universally charming” (NME)
“ Dazzling...Referencing 1960s punk, psychedelia, German-rock, Irish folk, glam-rock and drone, Sergeant Buzfuz achieve a harmonious, chiming mash-up, sounding like none of the above. ‘High Slang’ should be the record which catapults the band out of the underground” (Aesthetica)
“Ceaselessly inventive...14 candidates for John Peel’s Festive Fifty (RIP)” (TimeOut)
“Buzfuz are a bloody riot” (Plan B)
“songs full of spirit, an album full of them” (Organ: Album Of The Week)
“Blending an awe inspiring instrumental with poetic and story-telling lyrics on each and every song its difficult to be even remotely bored by this band.” (Music-Zine)
“Sergeant Buzfuz definitely do whatever they like and they definitely have something to say. Endearing and compelling,” (Supersweet)
“Razor-sharp lyrical wit” (Alternative Ulster)
“The problem with dumbing down radio is that it means most people never to get hear bands like Sergeant Buzfuz.” (Fatea Magazine)
News soon of new releases from Milk Kan and David Cronenberg's Wife.
Sergeant Buzfuz new single/live on BBC 6 Monday
Sunday, 25 January 2009 11:51
GOD TO HOLLOWAY
Sergeant Buzfuz have a new download-only single out on Blang this Monday Jan 26.
A side: God To Holloway
B side: Go Hoot, Owl Lady
From all download shops.
Catalogue no: BLANG 15
A side is a different version to the one on forthcoming ‘High Slang’ album (out Feb 9). B side is a remix and anagram of A side.
LIVE ON MARC RILEY SHOW
The band play a live session on Marc Riley’s show this Monday 26th at 7 pm on BBC 6 Music. They’ll be having a chat and playing 3 songs, one at 7pm and two at about 7 35.
Tune in on DAB/Internet/Freeview TV Channel 707
ALBUM LAUNCH GIG
“High Slang” album launch party:
12 Bar Club
Wednesday February 4th
Onstage 10 pm
Milk Kan on Radio 1
Monday, 19 January 2009 19:45
Last Wednesday Scrappy Hood from Milk Kan performed 3 songs and an interview on the Huw Stephens Radio One show. You can hear the interview and ‘God With An Ipod’ here (28 mins in) and if you click ‘Watch Milk Kan’s track’ on the BBC video player you can see video footage. You can hear the other songs, ‘Bling Bling Baby and new song ‘Who the Fuck Is Banksy’ here (at 34 mins).
Saturday, 27 December 2008 19:42
Happy festivities pop-pickers!
Milk Kan hit Indie Chart Top Ten
‘God With An Ipod’ went in at number 10 in the official UK indie singles chart in it’s first week of release. The first Blang chart entry. Most of the 9 singles above it were on corporate/big money labels in disguise eg Oasis and their Big Brother label, Jack White single etc. The video for the single is now on Youtube, see our vids page.
DCW & Sergeant Buzfuz on Mark Lamarr's Pick of the Year show
DCW’s ‘Runaway Pram’ (‘they don’t make ‘em like that anymore’ and Sgt Buzfuz’s ‘Here Come The Popes Part 3’ (‘one of my favourite singles of the year’) were both played by Mark Lamarr on his seasonal look-back-at-2008 show on Radio 2 last week.
Milk Kan single, gig and Radio 1 session
Monday, 01 December 2008 19:40
Milk Kan release their first single on Blang next Monday the 8th. ‘God With An Ipod’ (BLANG 11) is released on 7 inch vinyl with ‘Prozac Blues’ on the B side. There’s also a CD version with a solo acoustic version Of ‘God With An Ipod’ as an extra 3rd track. Also available as download tracks. It’ll be available from the Blang shop soon and of course from all main internet shops, download shops and physical shops made of brick with real people, real money, germs etc.
The band celebrate the release of this splendid single with a gig this Thursday 4th at The Gaff, the new venue run by the people at the 12 Bar Club, which is at 382 Holloway Road, N7 6PN near Holloway Road tube. Full line-up:
Vic Godard and Subway Sect
Corporal Machine and the Bombers
Scrappy Hood from Milk Kan is the special guest of Huw Stephens on Radio One this Wednesday night/really Thursday morning (midnight to 2 pm) when he pops in to play some acoustic and spoken word songs. Listen via transistor, DAB or internet. It’ll be archived for a week.
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