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Monday, 17 April 2006

In addition to the tracks at (currently Swallows from the next album, Obedience from Fire Horse and Infinity from the first album) you can now hear and download, for 89p, 3 tracks at These include Windscreen Wipers from the next album, news of which soon.

50th Blang night
Monday, 06 March 2006

Wednesday sees the 50th Blang night at the 12 Bar Club with Sgt Buzfuz headlining at 10. Also celebrating the big five-oh are Filthy Pedro, Bad Anorak 404, David Cronenberg’s Wife and Boyd, see Blang.

Whisperin & Hollerin
Tuesday, 28 February 2006

The Whisperin And Hollerin music site has a review of Sgt Buzfuz, Kevin 2 Sheds and Milk Kan at the last Blang here.

Joe joins Jeffrey Lewis
Monday, 13 February 2006

Joe joined The Jeffrey Lewis Band onstage at The Windmill last Friday to play guitar on 3 songs. This Friday Joe plays solo at The Songbirds night at The Harrison, Kings Cross, see Gigs.

More gigs
Tuesday, 31 January 2006

Joe is playing a solo set on Friday Feb 10th supporting The Jeffrey Lewis Band at the Windmill in Brixton. Two days before (8th), the band play Blang at the 12 Bar with Milk Kan, Pete and the Pirates, Kevin 2 Sheds and Belt Motel, see Blang.

Highlights of 2005
Sunday, 08 January 2006

A message from the band: "Our highlights of ’05 were: our tour of the North and Scotland in June, the release of the Fruit Machine Blang compilation CD in the autumn and finishing recording the 3rd Buzfuz album (due out as soon as we know when).

2 gigs this week: Blang at the 12 Bar on Wednesday with the return of the brilliant Um, see Blang. And we headline the Betsey Trotwood on Saturday 14th see Gigs. Happy New Year!" Sergeant Buzfuz

MySpace songs update
Sunday, 18 December 2005

There are now 4 songs at with the addition of Swallows from the next album, Obedience from Fire Horse and Infinity from Obsessive Compulsion Pour Homme.

Buzfuz MySpace page
Wednesday, 07 December 2005

The band now have a Myspace page. They’ve got ‘round their misgivings about Murdoch's Myspace shares by uploading their TV song "The Television Will Not Be Revolutionised", which namechecks Uncle Rupert, as their first Myspace song. It’s the first track to be made available from the next Sgt Buzfuz album "The Jewelled Carriageway" due in ‘06. More Buztracks will appear on Myspace very soon. In the meantime visit to hear/download the track and say hello!

The Betsy Trotwood
Tuesday, 22 November 2005

Joe plays a solo gig on Thursday at The Betsy Trotwood in Farringdon. See Gigs.

Monday, 21 November 2005

Sorry about all the spam currently infesting the guestbook, we're trying to sort a way of blocking it but it'll take a bit of time. In the meantime we've just wiped all the shit off for the moment.

Duet with Polly MacLean
Monday, 14 November 2005

Polly MacLean from Kinkajou joined Joe at his Blang solo slot last week to perform 2 new duets. The full Buzfuz band return to Blang on Wed Dec 14 with guests Harvey Half Devoured (Bod from Fonda 500 fronting her own band), Jinx Lennon, Partition and Paul Hawkins. More details soon!

Joe plays Blang
Sunday, 30 October 2005

Joe plays solo at next Blang night Nov 9th along with ex-Factory Recorder Kevin Hewick, Kinkajou, Thee Neerlymen and J J Crash. See Blang.

Fruit Machine out today
Monday, 17 October 2005

As the Fruit Machine compilation CD finally came out on Blang Records today a review appeared at Londonist describing the Buzfuz contribution, live favourite 'Indelible', as "the funniest track we've heard for a long time". See Londonist for full review.

Fruit Machine released Oct 17
Wednesday, 12 October 2005

"Fruit Machine" the Blang compilation CD is now being released on October 17th. Exclusive Buzfuz track "Indelible", which won't be on the next Buzalbum, receives some praise in this review at Sounds XP.

John Peel Blang special
Wednesday, 28 September 2005

The next Blang night at the 12 Bar is a John Peel Eve Special titled "I'm A Peel-Eve-r" featuring Stuffy/The Fuses, The Sways and others, see Blang

The Band return
Monday, 12 September 2005

The band return to live action after a 2 month gap on Wednesday at Blang which features a cast of kickboxers, psyches, virgins and raving loonys, see Blang page.
The new album has been recorded and mixed, but not mastered yet.
This week’s Daily Mirror style showbiz goss titbit news: Jon Buzfuz had fun playing with his fellow Fuses in Vic Reeves’ backing band last Friday at Soho's Too2Much.

Daniel Defoe tonight
Sunday, 21 August 2005

Joe is playing tonight at the Daniel Defoe on Stoke Newington Church St as part of the Stoke Newington Fringe Fest.

Stoke Newington Fringe Fest tonight
Saturday, 20 August 2005

Joe's playing 15 min set tonight at Stoke Newington Fringe Fest. See gigs page.

Dublin cancelled
Saturday, 06 August 2005

First day of the season. UP THE BLADES!
Joe's gig in Dublin is cancelled (long story, but due to the Hard Working Class Heroes (snigger) music industry event happening over the weekend in the city. Meanwhile he's been confirmed to play at the Stoke Newington Fringe Fest on Aug 20, see Gigs

More solo gigs
Tuesday, 02 August 2005

More Joe solo gigs added to Gigs page. A date at Camden Barfly Sunday afternoon on 14th and a gig in Galway which makes his Irish trip tantamount to a mini-tour.

Joe plays the Bodrum Cafe
Thursday, 28 July 2005

Joe Buzfuz is playing at the Bodrum Cafe, Stoke Newington on Friday, more details here.

Joe plays solo this August
Tuesday, 26 July 2005

The band are taking a break from live shows until September. In the meantime Joe is playing 5 solo slots, see gigs page, including August’s Blang and dates in Birmingham and Dublin. The first of these is this Friday at the Bodrum Café in Stoke Newington. Kate is learning the viola. Jon is gallivanting around playing bass for Charlotte Hatherley (they’re jetting to Japan tomorrow). Martin is recording for his other band. And Eilish is going to Ireland. In between all that Joe and Jon have 5 days booked in the studio in mid-August to add overdubs and then mix the next Buzfuz album.

Fruit Machine out now!
Sunday, 24 July 2005

The Blang compilation CD "Fruit Machine" featuring all your Blang favourites (UK variety) is now available to buy online through Paypal at the Blang site shop here.

Snooty Fox
Monday, 18 July 2005

Joe's playing tonight at the Snooty Fox, 75 Grosvenor Avenue, Canonbury. On 9-ish.

Blang website launches
Monday, 18 July 2005

The Blang website is up and running. It covers the monthly Blang live nights at The 12 Bar Club in London as well as the new Blang label, which is gearing up for its first release, the compilation CD Fruit Machine, on Sep 5th.

Harvey Half Devoured pull out
Sunday, 10 July 2005

Harvey Half Devoured have had to pull out of this week's Blang on Wednesday. But fear not, they've been replaced by David Cronenberg's Wife. For full line-up see Blang

Friday, 08 July 2005

We hope you and your loved ones are all okay after yesterday's events. We'll leave you with this message from Lach:

"I am currently on a travel week in Estonia and woke up this morning to the horrendous news of the London bombing. On my last music tour through the UK in May I stayed with friends and fans instead of hotels. It made the tour so much more immediate, fun and real. I was charmed to find such similarity in how most of the people I met lived, more specifically, the decor of their homes. They were filled with posters, books, CDs and magazines all reflective of the underground, boho, rock and roll life. And everyone in these rooms was kind, giving, poetic, searching and sincere.

It's as if there is this global country called "Rocknrollia" or something with no borders and no government but an international populace of artists, outcasts, rebels, dreamers. And floating above it, like a polluted crust, is this mad world of politicians, fundamentalists, businessmen, liars and thieves who are violently screwing everything up. Well, they struck again today and they will strike again tomorrow but they will all ultimately lose out to the Jedi nature of the true Rockanrollians for nothing can withstand the beat, the rhythm and the melody of non-violent liberation. And I think you know what I mean . . .

Step lightly, Stay free



Jon plays for Charlotte Hatherley
Monday, 04 July 2005

Buzfuz cellist Jon Clayton is playing bass for Charlotte Hatherley, of Ash, on her festival schedule in August. First date is the Fuji Rock Festival, followed by Reading and Leeds.

Fruit in September
Sunday, 03 July 2005

The Fruit Machine CD will now be released on September 5th. But you can buy it in the meantime at the Blang nights at the 12 Bar Club. And soon it'll be on sale online and in London shops.

Band in the studio
Sunday, 26 June 2005

Buzfuz are in the studio today recording strings for Who Are You? and finishing Bone Tired for the 3rd Buzfuz album which will probably appear in the new year. Working title is Society For The Reformation Of Souls.

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