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Scotland/North England tour
Wednesday, 18 May 2005

The band trek north in June for a 5 date tour of Scotland, Yorkshire and
Lancashire. They'll be meeting up with friends Thomas Truax and
Misty's Big Adventure on the way. Calling at:

WED June 1 ABERDEEN The Tunnels (with Thomas Truax)
FRI 3 PRESTON Adelphi (with Misty's Big Adventure)
SAT 4 EDINBURGH Caledonian Backpackers
SUN 5 HULL Adelphi

There'll be a 4 track tour CD on sale. 3 tracks from the forthcoming 3rd
album and "Too Stupid", an out-take from Fire Horse.

Radio 4's Word of Mouth
Tuesday, 17 May 2005

The name Sgt Buzfuz was discussed on Radio 4's Word of Mouth show last Friday as Michael Rosen's walk through Soho led him to the 12 Bar and a chat with promoter Andy Lowe. If there are any anal Buzfuz obsessives out there who need to hear this to satisfy an obsessive compulsive urge you can still hear it, prob until this Friday:

Fruit Machine out July 18
Sunday, 08 May 2005

The Fruit Machine compilation CD will be released on July 18. Full tracklisting:

a MILK KAN Bling Bling Baby
e CHRIS T-T A Hole Full Of Submarines
g SOFIZEL Requin Blanc
h UM A Last Blast
j THE ADAMS I Can Do Nothing
l FILTHY PEDRO Monotheist
m KINKAJOU Nocturne
p THE REBEL Death Is Only A Dream
r MISTERLEE Natural Born Blonde
t J J CRASH Axis Of Evil
u JOHNY BROWN Denmark Street
v THE DIRTY PINS What Shall We Do When The Disco’s Over?
w KATY CARR Case In Hand
x UM When Ur Ten
z PARTITION Not Before Time

In the meantime catch Filthy Pedro and Milk Kan at Blang this Wednesday

Blang compilation CD out in July
Monday, 28 March 2005

Joe is putting the finishing touches to a compilation CD of UK musicians who've played at Blang. It'll be the first release on the new Blang label and is due for release in July. It features 26 tracks from 25 acts (Um has 2 short tracks) and is titled "Fruit Machine". The CD will feature a rare solo track by Steven Adams of The Broken Family Band (as The Adams) and an alternative arrangement by Chris T-T of his song "A Hole Full Of Submarines" which originally appeared on his "Panic Attack At Sainsburys" CD. Plus contributions from Blang favourites such as Milk Kan, David Cronenberg's Wife, The Broken Family Band, Ricky Spontane, The Rebel and of course Sgt Buzfuz. Full list of artists will be revealed here soon.

Buzfuz on Radio Good Friday
Sunday, 20 March 2005

Various members of Buzfuz are playing live on Resonance 104.4 FM's Mining For Gold show next Friday from 1 to 2 pm. Joe will be singing Here Come The Popes Part 1 and premiering Part 2. The other guest on the show will be legendary comedian, writer and director Ken Campbell. Hear it globally at Repeated Tuesday at 11 am.

Sunday, 27 February 2005

The Guestbook on this site is now up n running.

Venue change
Saturday, 12 February 2005

The gig with Kimya Dawson and Schwervon on Feb 24 has been moved from The Water Rats to The Marquee, see gigs.

Wednesday, 02 February 2005

More photos added to the Buzalbum.

Jon & Kate record with Albini
Sunday, 30 January 2005

Sun Jan 30th Stuffy/The Fuses, one of the other bands Jon Buzfuz plays with (bass), are currently holed up recording their next album with legendary Big Black and Shellac frontman (and producer of Nirvana/Pixies/etc) Steve Albini. Kate Buzfuz was due in the Shoreditch studio yesterday to record violin. We haven't heard how it went yet...

Matt Cole
Tuesday, 25 January 2005

RIP Matt Cole

Track & field
Monday, 10 January 2005

Buzfuz are playing a Track And Field gig with Kimya Dawson and Schwervon at The Water Rats on Thurs Feb 24th Gigs

Leeds review
Sunday, 02 January 2005

There's a review of one of Joe's recent solo gigs here: Leeds Music Scene.

Happy New Year
Friday, 31 December 2004

Happy New Year to all Sgt Buzfuz friends and enemies, creditors and debtors, believers and sceptics, music lovers and masochists.

Highlights of 2004 for Buzfuz:
March: Blang Canvas at the Tate Britain
March: "Fire Horse" LP released
June: Sky Saxon playing at Blang
July: Truck Fest
Nov/Dec: Joe Buzfuz solo tour north England/Scotland

2005 should bring:
Compilation CD of UK musicians who've played at Blang (more details soon).
3rd Buzfuz LP, working title "You Were A Magnet, Now You're A Fridge".

Tour report
Thursday, 23 December 2004

Joe had a great time on his solo tour. His sisters came to the Sheffield Grapes. Joe, Chris T-T and Thomas Truax almost got arrested by the S. Yorks Police the next day after parking outside a bank which had had it’s ATM tampered with (Chris even had to show the DI the last 2 photos in his digital camera).

The tour party stayed 2 days in Hull, Chris and Joe playing the Monday open mic at the Adelphi the night after their gig, with Bod from Fonda 500 taking Kate’s place to duet with Joe on Blanket TV. He also picked up a copy of "One Man And His Bog" the book commemorating 20 years of The Adelphi and it’s legendary proprietor Paul Jackson. The Leeds crowd were small but perfectly formed and Joe made arrangements with Russell from The Research for them to play at Blang in February. The Cumberland Arms in Newcastle was a great homely pub with an Irish session downstairs and the touring trio supporting a blistering and amusing set from Ballboy upstairs.

They then drove through the wee small hours to Edinburgh to crash at the SL Records HQ, making use of Nick Ballboy’s room while he was touring. The Edinburgh show was in a disused Methodist chapel above the Forest Café and Joe enjoyed playing Here Come The Popes (Part 1) there (a new song cataloguing papal corruption up to the 10th century). Earlier in the day he played it at an in-store session at Avalanche Records.

The final gig for Joe was at Dr Drake’s in Aberdeen, a venue now with a place in his heart next to the Hull Adelphi. In the early hours of the morning messrs Buzfuz and Truax could be seen doing the conga with the venue’s crowd and jiving to Benny Hill tunes. Joe wants to get the band at some of these venues next year. Watch this space!

The NY-LON tour: Chris T-T/Thomas Truax/Sergeant Buzfuz
Monday, 15 November 2004

Joe is touring in solo mode in Nov/December with pop maverick Chris T-T and New York mad scientist songwriter Thomas Truax. The Ny-Lon tour (New York-London) kicks off at the Spitz in London and then heads to Northern England and Scotland. Dates here.

Sunday, 14 November 2004

Joe sends his apologies to anyone who went to the Dogstar on Thursday. He went down with flu and cancelled.

Blang & Brixton
Saturday, 06 November 2004

Blang on Wednesday headlined by the wonderful Misty's Big Adventure. See Blang Then on Thursday Joe plays a short solo set at the Dogstar in Brixton, see Gigs.

RIP Mr Peel
Thursday, 28 October 2004

Rest in peace Mr Peel. We love you.

Mining for Gold
Monday, 25 October 2004

Joe and Kate are performing live again on cult improv show Mining For Gold on London's Resonance 104.4FM this Friday 28th, 1 to 2 pm GMT.

Opposition T review
Sunday, 24 October 2004

Review just in of Joe Buzfuz solo gig at Buffalo Bar in August: opposition t.

Clear Spot
Saturday, 02 October 2004

We forgot to tell you Joe was appearing live on the radio this week. Sorry! He played on the Clear Spot show on Resonance FM on Tuesday in a programme hosted by Tom (David Cronenberg's Wife) Mayne and Simon (Filthy Pedro) Parry which looked at NYC and UK antifolk past and present. Joe talked of his love for antifolk while stressing he doesn't regard Buzfuz as antifolk. Joe and Scrappy Hood from Milk Kan took turns to sing new tunes from their songbooks at the end of the show.

Extra Blang
Monday, 13 September 2004

There's a Blang extra this month on Wed the 29th headlined by David Cronenberg's Wife. See Blang

Back from holidays
Sunday, 05 September 2004

Buzfuz return from holidays this Wednesday at Blang and Joe is promoting the night with a song on the Glass Shrimp show on Resonance 104.4 FM somewhere between 5 30 and 6 that day. JoshuaGabriel, one of the night's Blang guests will also play a song. Also on bill: Ricky Spontane and The Man From Uranus, see Blang.

First ever Antifolk festival
Tuesday, 27 July 2004

Joe is playing a solo gig at the Antifolk Festival at The Buffalo Bar this Sunday Aug 1st under the name Joe Buzfuz. He'll be playing all-new songs. Also on the bill: Milk Kan, David Cronenberg's Wife, Filthy Pedro, the Purple Organ, and loads more (who would want to miss Martin Amis And The Cripples?). More details on the Gigs page.

Truck thanks
Monday, 26 July 2004

"Thanks to everyone who came to see us at Truck! We had a great time." Sergeant Buzfuz

Truck Fest schedule
Monday, 12 July 2004

Buzfuz now scheduled to play at 4.30 Sunday 25th at Truck Festival. Remaining tickets are now in double figures so move quick if you want one!

Truck Fest
Tuesday, 29 June 2004

Sergeant Buzfuz have been confirmed to play at this year's Truck Festival in Oxfordshire on July 24th/25th. Buzfuz are scheduled to play at 4 pm on Sunday 25th but this is subject to possible change, we'll keep you up to date here. Others playing include Misty's Big Adventure, Chris T-T, Simple Kid, KaitO, Holly Golightly, The Electric Soft Parade, Lach, Thomas Truax and The 80s Matchbox B-Line Disaster. More details at Truck Records site
Tickets are only 35 pounds for the weekend and are available here.

Resonance report
Saturday, 19 June 2004

On Resonance yesterday Joe and Kate, Milk Kan and The Rebel took turns to play 2 songs each, interspersed with Sam Love reading from the Blast Manifesto. Then everyone jammed for 45 mins with Johny Brown on decks adding ambient stuff and trombone. There were some wild moments and with Simon Milk Kan rapping over the top it was a kinda Velvets/Amon Duul meets The Streets groove. The show is repeated tomorrow Sun 20th at 11 am.

Blang radio session Friday
Tuesday, 15 June 2004

A stripped down Buzfuz line-up of Joe and Kate play live this Friday June 18 on Resonance 104.4 FM on Johny Brown's Mining For Gold show which you can hear in inner London between 1 and 2 pm and at around the globe. The show is a Blang special and Buzfuz are joined by The Rebel and Milk Kan.

Sky Saxon plays Blang
Friday, 11 June 2004

Sky Saxon of 60s West Coast psychedelic punk legends The Seeds played a secret set at Blang on Wednesday. He played at the end of the night with The People's Republic Band which included Sofizel on bass guitar. They played a 20 min improv piece which could probably be titled "Ronald Reagan Is Dead". You had to be there!

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