When you’re out for an evening in Oxford, England and looking for something entertaining to enjoy, if you are lucky, you could bump into The Other Dramas who play regularly around the town and at festivals when the weather is nice.
GiddyUp Music Presents: an afternoon of FREE acoustic music on Sunday 22 June, 2014 downstairs at The Wheatsheaf, Oxford UK. 2:30pm-6pm.
Oxford, UK based duo Purple May have announced their debut EP ‘Where Are We Going?’ released on December 2, 2013. The self-released 5 track EP will be available on iTunes and Amazon.
High Town Crow is the new EP from husband and wife duo Martin and Kerraleigh Child AKA The August List.
The Epstein began life a few years ago when singer/songwriter Olly Wills started playing open mic nights with guitarist Jon Berry in the back rooms of pubs in Oxford and London.
Gradually developing into a full, country-edged band, The Epstein’s debut album ‘Last Of The Charanguistas’ won them the ‘Editors Choice’ accolade in Rolling Stone as well as Huw Stephens’ ‘Album of the Week’ on Radio 1, leading them to Glastonbury, various other prime festival slots and a much wider audience.
Foals are releasing their first-ever DVD, entitled Live at the Royal Albert Hall in the US on October 29, 2013. The DVD was recorded during a sold-out show at the historic London venue on March 28, 2013.
Danny & The Champions Of The World head out on the road next week in support of their amazing new album ‘Stay True’, which was released this week through Loose Records.
Purple May have announced a handful of shows this month.
Introducing Dubwiser Dancehall, an offshoot from the renowned Oxford-based dub/reggae act Dubwiser, based around the production and songwriting talents of Jonas Torrance and Spider J.
An innovative new festival is offering performers the chance to showcase their music to new audiences with a set of unique one-day events taking place in rural pubs across Oxfordshire this summer.