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Saturday, April 10, 2021

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 285

We took a break last weekend (holidays, despite the times), but we are back, with the batteries recharged and ready to bring your our latest TOP TEN JUKEBOX. An exciting mixture of newbies and surefires, including our beloved Courtney Barnett (covering Sharon Van Etten, what a match made in heaven!) and the haunting Sinead O'Brien (we fall for every new tune of her). So plenty to enjoy and discover. Take a listen, and remember to join us at our Soundcloud page!

Saturday, March 27, 2021

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 284

After a week of hiatus (couldn't make in time, pretty busy days), here comes our TOP TEN JUKEBOX., the first of Spring. Heavily devoted to new findings (only exception being beloved Sharon Van Etten), eclectic as it's always the interion, but with an evident dominance of female voices and some ethereal, moody vibes (a great dose of folk sounds). An introduction to amazing records from exciting artists & bands, names definetely to keep an eye on it. Take a listen, enjoy, and remember to join us at our Soundcloud page!

Sunday, March 14, 2021

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 283

Spring vibes outside (still too early, in terms of the weather and, what's more important, in what regards to the pandemic, are we going to make the same mistakes again?). And Spring vibes as well in our latest TOP TEN JUKEBOX, from the blissful to the meditative and daydreamy. An eclectic (yet indiepop, no doubt about it) collection of tunes with a clear focus in new bands awaiting to be discovered. A lot to enjoy, we promise, so hurry up and take a listen. And remember to join us at our Soundcloud page!

Sunday, March 7, 2021

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 282

The first TOP TEN JUKEBOX of March is here, a stunning and pretty diverse collection of tunes. We have the outstanding and unexpected comeback of The Lodger. A cover of a gigantic song from dear Sharon Van Etten. Beloved bands such as Kiwis, Holiday Ghosts or Peel Dream Magazine, with their exciting and own takes of indiepop. And a bunch of discoveries, with a devastating gem (early contender for song of the year?), courtesy of Emily Rodgers. A lot to listen and enjoy, so hurry up!. And remember to join us at our Soundcloud page!

Saturday, February 27, 2021

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 281

Last weekend of February and there's a feeling things are starting to get going. Frustrantingly slowly, maybe. But there's a different vibe. For example, take a look (or more important, a listen) to our latest TOP TEN JUKEBOX, an exciting and diverse combination of newcomers and consecrated names. We have in-your-face rock, mellow sounds, elegant ballads, scathing social and political commentary... a little for everyone, so plenty to enjoy. Check it out, and remember to join us at our Soundcloud page!

Monday, February 22, 2021

Premiere: 'Mirrorball', with The Catenary Wires at an 80s disco



It's a real honor. And a very special occasion. This humble Blog is among the few ones selected to unveil today the flamboyant new single from The Catenary Wires, one of the latest music endeavours (not forgetting the promising Swansea Sound) from indiepop legends Amelia Fletcher and Rob Pursey (Marine Research, Talulah Gosh, Heavenly, Tender Trap, can't believe I'm writing this, beat that!!). It's called Mirrorball, and is a wonderful slice of charming, classy and wise indiepop. 3.40 minutes of pure joy & romance under the crystal ball of an 80s disco. Take a listen below!
 
Rob & Amelia started The Catenary Wires as a duo in 2014, but is now a full band with the contributions on keyboards from Fay Hallam, Ian Button on drums, and Andy Lewis on bass. Mirrorball is the a-side of forthcoming 7", backed with Wish You Were Here in the physical release (a digital version will be also available) to be released on April 16th on our beloved Shelflife Records (US), and their own label Skep Wax (UK & rest of the world). The single anticipates the arrival of their third album Birling Gap, scheduled for May. Expectations couldn't be higher for Spring!

Thanks Amelia, Rob and the rest of the 'Wires'. And thanks a million, Mike.

Saturday, February 20, 2021

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 280

A lot we could talk about this week. The groundhog day of our elections. The debate on freedom of expression. Violence in the streets. The role of social networks and new media on this angst. To summarise: The world's on fire (and we still fall in love) / The world's on fire (and we're not giving up, no). So, thanks Parker Woodland, thanks Crowded House (such an honor to feature you here) and the rest of our latest TOP TEN JUKEBOX, For giving us words, hope, distractions and hymns to get going. Take a break and enjoy the tunes... And remember to join us at our Soundcloud page!