In light of recent events, Dropkick Murphy's "Ship Me Up To Boston" started things off, as did "We All Share the Same Skies" by The Cribs.
This week's episode started off with a story about how addicted we've become to technology, including taking our phones to bed versus a warm human being, spicing it up with clips from "He's Just Not That Into You" and Paul F. Tompkins' comedy candy.
This week's episode was dedicated to the American holiday of Thanksgiving and all the trimmings that come with it, like the insanity of Black Friday, enduring the stress of travel and family feuds, and then giving thanks when it's all over. Taking a peek at what's playing London and Denver (and cities beyond), I threw down some Vaccines along with a new track from Sulk, plus songs from Crocodiles, Japandroids and Deathset.
This week's episode celebrated the Obama victory in our country's presidential election. It also poked fun at attempts to imitate each other's accents ala a "Big Bang Theory" clip. Taking a peek at what's playing London and Denver (and cities beyond), Hackney's Cheatahs were featured, along with Lotus Plaza, Django Django, Tanlines, a flash from the past from Ned's Atomic Dustbin and Denver's Flashlights.
This week's show was dedicated to the victims of Hurricane Sandy on the east coast, spotlighting bands from the NY area, including Moon Furies, Oberhofer, Ugly Duckling and Young Magic, along with letting fans know about their live gigs here in the U.S. and the U.K.
In Episode 18, the Kaffeine Buzz Show debuts on the Shoreditch-based Hoxton Radio! Denver and London come together as I featured artists playing in both cities, including Todd Edwards, a world-renowned DJ/Producer that came to Shoreditch at the end of September and performs in Denver Saturday, October 27 at The Hundred party, and then returns to London for a number of number of gigs in December.
After experiencing numerous delays due to technical difficulties - from audio disappearing completely to the fray of my Mac's power cord - here is Episode 17 of The Kaffeine Buzz Show.
The Tracy Boys aim is to change the face of the music community in Bath, England. If the duo's latest single, "Marylebone" is any indication, they're more than equipped to leave their mark. The track, which is accompanied by the animated video, is art candy for the senses. It's a romantic futuristic tale that bounces both with delight, a few tears, and of course, some London rain.