Blang unplugged tour, House of Tracks interview and a new signing - Dan Edelstyn
Saturday, 15 August 2009 12:01
The Blang night makes it’s first venture outside London over Bank Holiday weekend featuring unplugged sets from Milk Kan, Tom Mayne of David Cronenberg’s Wife, Joe Murphy of Sgt Buzfuz and Malcolm Kaksois.
Saturday August 29
MANCHESTER Fuel Cafe
Molly MacLeod (from Manchester)
Malcolm Kaksois (Manchester only)
Sunday August 30
SHEFFIELD Red House
Crash Stereo (from Doncaster)
HOUSE OF TRACKS INTERVIEW
There’s a Blang label feature and an interview with Joe and Jules at House Of Tracks:
Hold firmly to your seats for news about new Blang find Dan Edelstyn and his Orchestra Of Cardboard. He launches his debut single ‘Germans In Space’ at September’s Blang night at the 12 Bar Club. It’s been played twice on BBC 6 so far and is a cross between Sparks, Beck and The Beta Band. Stay tuned.
Sunday, 17 May 2009 12:00
DAVID CRONENBERG’S WIFE
New EP ‘The Fight Song’ (BLANG 13) is released Monday May 25th. Available only as a download only the 4 tracks are The Fight Song, Suicide-Stretch Out, I Do Know (alt version) and an early solo version of I Couldn’t Get Off. Available from all download stores. A limited number of CD promo copies are available at gigs.
Sat May 23 Antifolk Festival, 12 Bar Club, Soho, London
Tues May 26 Bull and Gate, Kentish Town, London
Milk Kan play a Scottish tour after a quick jaunt to Liverpool:
May 20 Bumper Bar, Liverpool (Sound City festival)
May 21 Maggie May’s, Glasgow
May 22 The Dog House, Dundee
May 23 Mad Hatters, Inverness
May 24 The Green Side, Leslie, Fife
The band play the Larmer Tree festival on July 18.
June 3 Milfords, 1 Milfords Lane, London WC2R 3LL (Joe solo) 9 35 (£5)
June 5 The Prince Albert, Brixton (supporting Ella Edmondson) 10 45 (free)
June 9 Bourne and Hollingsworth, Rathbone Place, Fitzrovia (free)
David Cronenberg's Wife on Marc Riley show
Monday, 27 April 2009 11:58
David Cronenberg’s Wife played live on Marc Riley’s show on BBC 6 Music last Thursday. You can hear again here.
Their new EP The Fight Song is out May 25 (BLANG 13). Other Blang releases up to 16 have been released already but DCW, being the dark sorts they are, wanted number 13 saving for them.
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
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