Monthly Archives: May 2012

Symbol Six

Symbol Six
Interview by Christoper Duda (SugarBuzzin Daddy)

Deep within the inner circles of the secret society primo circle jerk lay a Bukaki filled creampuff begging to hear more Symbol Six. Moans of this wanton slut with a pronounced lisp could be heard billowing amongst the back room of the seedy strip club. …It went something like this…” Give me your big Kielbasa Taz … I love THIMBLE THIX” (don’t forget the pronounced lisp). To which Taz replies get it right bitch It’s Symbol Six you lisping wanna be Porn Star…Next…

The Nuclears

East Coast Buzz with CaryDoll and The Nuclears.
Nick Vivid Interview
By CaryDoll (SugarBuzz NY)

These guys have been playing their original tunes in city bars now and again for the last few years. Would love to see them make it big! I hope you SugarBuzz readers will check out their music on YouTube.  Recently I found out more about the band from frontman Nick Vivid. Nick has a fluidity onstage and style that reminds one at times of Iggy Pop. And the band has a vital sound that excites and mesmerizes. Definitely one of the more exciting bands on the local New York scene to see.

Music for Occupy

(-product endorsement by Geordie Pleathur)

“Mass incarceration on a scale almost unexampled in human history is a fundamental fact of our country today-perhaps the fundamental fact, as slavery was the fundamental fact of 1850. In truth, there are more black men in the grip of the criminal-justice system-in prison, on probation, or on parole-than were in slavery then. Over all, there are now more people under ‘correctional supervision’ in America-more than six million-than were in the Gulag Archipelago under Stalin at its height.” (-Adam Gopnik, “The Caging of America”)

Rick Wilder

Rick Wilder
The Mau Maus
Interview by Lucky (SugarBuzz Hollywood)
Photography by Mila Reynaud

Rick Wilder is the real deal. He has never sold out and has never surrendered. While other LA punk musicians hung it up and went mundane, he denied conformity.  His exploits are the stuff of legends. His contribution to history – undeniable.  Here at last is a one on one with the notorious front man of the Mau Maus.

Lee McCormack

Interview with Lee McCormack of Moon Violet
By Christopher Duda (Sugarbuzz Slinkin’ Cat)

“That rockabilly sound wasn’t as simple as I thought it was.” – Carl Perkins

What is your past musical background? When did you first start playing guitar?

Music is one of my earliest memories. I was 4 and I had a 45 of “Ready Teddy” by Elvis Presley. I wore that thing out on my Mickey Mouse record player. As I got older, listening wasn’t enough for me. I wanted to learn the craft and become a musician. I started out on drums when I was 12 and moved on to guitar the next year.

Kevin Junior

SUGARBUZZ INTERVIEW WITH KEVIN JUNIOR of Mystery Girls, Rose Hips, And Chamber Strings…
(-by aging drag queen, Geordie Pleathur…) 


Kevin Junior from Chicago’s CHAMBER STRINGS is one of America’s finest songwriters. A remarkably able and gifted pop-smith, guit-sling, lyricist, and gentleman dandy, he has collaborated with Nikki Sudden, Epic Soundtracks, and Evan Dando, toured the world, released several essential cd’s, written some of the finest underground cult hits of the past twenty years, and deserves a reliable label, willing to assertively promote his inspired songs to a broader audience.