It’s back. And what a line up. Saturday 29th October at The Isis Farmhouse.
The Brickwork Lizards – one of the city’s best live bands. Described by The Times as “One of the most creative, and certainly eclectic bands the city has ever produced” the band are a cinematic Arabic jazz fusion ensemble that are just perfect for a Day of the Deadbeats! “The feelgood factor is just enormous” Tom Robinson, BBC6Music. We are so honoured that they are coming along for the ride.
Pandapopalypse – Alternative dance collective, indie, pop, bigbeat! Oxford just loves these lot and rightly so! Man, alive this is gonna be great. As Nightshift Magazine put it, “Their debut EP, was an effervescent blast of good vibes: a giddy mess of skronking sax, skittering beats, squawking synths and chopped-out guitar that partied round Rachel’s pure, smoky jazz-folk voice to make for a relentlessly exuberant pop sugar high. It was dance-friendly pop music with FUN writ large across its forehead. Nightshift’s review of the EP concluded: “never mind the apocalypse, here’s the Pandapopalypse and everything is going to be bloody great.” Latest single ‘Brain Freeze’ is out now!
Yep sweet 17 is all about feeling good.
Free entry from 8pm
The night featuring Oxford’s finest bands that everyone’s talking about.