Thursday 26th April
Big Hair @The Cellar Oxford
The Video Nasties
THE VIDEO NASTIES return on 30th April with a brand new single on Way Out West records. Their debut single 'The 3 New Ideas/I Wanna' sold out almost instantly and was an NME Single of the Week runner-up. Part of the burgeoning underground scene that includes Cajun Dance Party and Late of the Pier
100 Bullets Back
"Refute Fake Icons is intelligent, inventive, tuneful and confident, and it has bucketloads of style. If you like electro with a kick or a slickness to your rock 'n' roll, I would swiftly point you in 100 Bullets Back's direction"
Drowned In Sound
"Cool as F electro pop"
"...some of the most infectious trappings of electro-pop / post punk / dance crossover weve had the pleasure of hearing all year."
Losing Today magazine
"This is a cool record that updates the synth-pop template with a light touch, high energy and panache, clever without being smartarse, catchy without striving for effect. Its impressive and more importantly, its fun."
"Their hyperactive synth-heavy electro rock n roll is definitely what the people want...Their disco vibe is really intense and Id go as far to say that this album is more an experience than just a bunch of songs...All in all, a great album from a new and up n coming band."
"With supper jizz drums, sub-aquatic bass, languorous vocals and keys that alternate between...Rick Wakeman-style arpeggios and sonar blips (mostly produced by slapping a vocoder mike) AmberState serve up smouldering tunes like a lo-fi Smoke City. If you like the thought of the second Lamb album made in a garden shed, give them a whirl and go home happy." David Murphy - NIGHTSHIFT
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DJ’s Playing indie, rock, punk, 80’s, electro, and Stuff
Fosters and John Smiths £1.50 a pint all night
Doors open 8:30pm – 3am
Bands Start 9pm