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Jukebox Memory Loss

Jukebox Memory Loss

Jukebox Memory Loss


An unlikely bunch of eccentrics hailing from both Chesterfield and Sheffield, Jukebox Memory Loss' inspirations are drawn from an eclectic range of influences, with a strong emphasis on playful lyrics concealing deeper meaning embedded well between the lines. Andy Madin (guitar, songwriting, vocals), Gordon Ramsay (songwriting, vocals), Simon ‘Spike’ Langley (percussion) and James Toft (bass) founded the original JML line-up in response to a struggling local music scene in 2009. Read more on Last.fm
An unlikely bunch of eccentrics hailing from both Chesterfield and Sheffield, Jukebox Memory Loss' inspirations are drawn from an eclectic range of influences, with a strong emphasis on playful lyrics concealing deeper meaning embedded well between the lines. Andy Madin (guitar, songwriting, vocals), Gordon Ramsay (songwriting, vocals), Simon ‘Spike’ Langley (percussion) and James Toft (bass) founded the original JML line-up in response to a struggling local music scene in 2009. Their first album (as a four-piece band), Kitchen Sink Carnival features nine original songs and was recorded and produced by Madin above a barber shop in Chesterfield. Following the departure of Spike in early 2010 who left to travel and pursue education, Mark Upperdine (percussion) and Tom Williams (lead guitar) joined the band and quickly found their feet. The rate at which the band have worked together as a five-piece to produce a completely different sound and some brand new material has been phenomenal. 2010 was a defining year for JML, with the lads quickly working their way up from playing small pubs to some renowned venues in Sheffield. Despite work commitments, the pace showed no signs of slowing with the release of the band's EP "Live at West St".

This was shortly followed by a music video for "Scooby Doo and the Background Frame" produced entirely by the band themselves, heavily featuring the writing and production skills of Mr Madin. Jukebox Memory Loss took a little time out from gigs towards the end of 2010 to focus heavily on preparing new and exciting material for 2011. Already their hard work has paid off in getting through to the area finals of the UK's "Live and Unsigned" competition, and a number of gig dates are in the diary in preparation for some original, unusual, and downright fantastic antics this year - stay tuned! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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