So good. Everyone is writing about this Dublin band now and justifiably so, they are the real deal. This album is a classic no doubt. “We were encouraging each other to be who we believed ourselves to be all the time” – Grian Chatten, lead vocals, Fontaines D.C.. This is what the press release says….it […]
I’ve got some great music getting released via this blog’s record label over the coming months….next is this e.p.. Originally recorded as a demo in 1986 by Buzz Club regulars, New Tennessee Waltz. I got the 4 cassette tracks mastered recently and now they are all set for release on April 19th…more news soon!
I’m very excited about this. Sean Johnson, AKA the Hardway Bros has done a brilliant remix of the Christine X track, ‘Camden‘ for me. It’s released via IndieThroughTheLookingGlassRecords on the 12 April, but I thought I’d share the beautiful video, Jason Applin has made for the track with you today. It’s cold and wet outside […]
I posted about this Dublin band back in November last year with their brilliant ‘Too Real’ single. Since then they’ve rightfully been getting plenty of attention. Their new single ‘Roy’s Tune‘ and accompanying video, directed by Liam Papadachi and featuring IFTA (Irish Film and Television Academy) award-winning actor Dafhyd Flynn, is a quiet and soulful portrayal of a […]
I recently saw there was a Twitter account @C86Show and so tagged it in when I was writing about the Mighty Mighty Buzz Club show a couple of weeks ago. That resulted in David Eastaugh, the man behind the C86 show contacting me and asking if he could interview me. Obviously I was delighted and […]
Danny was working in the Camberley Our Price Records, so we decided to hire Camberley Football Club for this Buzz Club. We were both really into Bristol’s The Brilliant Corners and he had been selling a few of their records in his shop, so it made sense. They had played before, earlier in the year, […]
I’ve just remembered this Buzz Club! It’s not written down anywhere in my notes so I’m not 100% sure when it actually took place. This review from ‘Sounds’ reminded me of it. Breaks my heart a little bit to read the review, ‘So that big time, small-brained music business no marks can forget to turn […]