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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

Final outing of the February shows from our site. If you missed some then try MixCloud next month.

Artist Info

Sweet Juice

Data provided by DiscogsSWEET JUICE are a Father and Son music duo…
A bit like Steptoe and Son if their rag and bone yard was full of old, half broken musical equipment…
Malcolm Doherty (GoKart Mozart, Great Electric) - Drums, guitar, piano.
Calum McQ (A Lifetime with Mercury, Gabi Garbutt) - Bass, Programming, synths.

Trapped in their flat in Camberwell during lockdown the duo overcame boredom by jamming and fiddling around and tunes began to formulate. Inspired by a mutual love of early Talking Heads, Television, Krafwerk, Eno and Can, the pair embarked on a trip of pure creative freedom, conceived with no agenda and realised with the very limited equipment at their disposal - this self titled instrumental album is the result.

Here, for the nerds, is what they used to make it…
Keys - Young Chang upright piano, Microkorg, Korg Monotron, Korg Kaosilator, Casio-VLtone, Yamaha Portasound PSS140
Guitars - Hofner Bass, Fender Telecaster, Fender Blues Deluxe Amp, Pignose Amp, Ampeg bass combo. E-bow
Drums - Ludwig Club Date Blue Sparkle ’67
Pedals - Eventide H9, Eventide Rose, Big Muff fuzz, Electro Harmonix ‘Holy Grail’ reverb & Pitchfork, Roland RE20 Space Echo, Earthquaker
Avalanche Run. Boss TR2, Phase shifter & Blues Driver.
Microphones - Sure SM57, Sure SM58.
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