May 24th, 6pm
Launching their album 'Murmurations'.
Candy Says @ St Barnabas [£8]
Irregular Folk: Jess Hall, Caitlin Park, Emma Gatrill @ The Perch [£5]
Mick Underwood @ The Bullingdon [£6]
King King @ The Bullingdon [£12]
The Handsome Family @ The Bullingdon [£12]
Virgil & The Accelerators @ The Bullingdon [£12]
The Searchers @ St John The Evangelist [£19]
Bear On A Bicycle Birthday Bash Toliesel, Jordan O'Shea, Sier Pin Sky, After The Thought @ The Cellar [£4]
Mud Morganfield @ The Bullingdon [£15]
Spring Offensive, Peter & Kerry, Pixel Fix, Salvation Bill @ St. John The Evangelist [£12]
Ahab, Empty White Circles, Co-Pilgrim, The August List, Joshua Gilbert [£6]
Gretchen Peters @ St John The Evangelist [£18]
The Epstein @ St John The Evangelist [£10]
Ruth Moody Band & The Good Lovelies @ The Bullingdon [£12]
TINGESTOCK @ Village Hall, Tingewick [£13]
Tom Russell @ St John The Evangelist [£16]
Ethan Johns @ St John The Evangelist [£11]
Adian Cocker, ShaoDow & Zuby, Death Of Hi-Fi, Yungstar, BG Records DJ Set [£6]
TRUCK FESTIVAL [£69/74]
READING FESTIVAL [£212/205 - Weekend Tickets only]
GATHERING FESTIVAL @ OX4 [£20/£15 for OX4 residents only, proof of address required, available exclusively from Truck Store.]
Hot Club Of Cowtown @ The Bullingdon [£17]
If you haven’t seen ‘Last Shop Standing’ - the documentary about The Rise, Fall & Rebirth of the Independent Record Shop - yet, then there are two great opportunities to see the film at special events in and around Oxford.
On Monday 17th there’s a screening at the Phoenix Picturehouse from 6:30pm. There will be showing of the full film with a Q&A featuring one of us, and Graham Jones the author of the original book, and director of the film.
As well as that on Wednesday 19th, at Fat Lil’s in Witney which not only feature the film, a Q&A with Graham and the owner of our shop and the Raptures in Witney and Evesham, Gary Smith, but there will also be live music from The Dreaming Spires! What more could you want?
Check the venues for tickets. The DVD of Last Shop Standing is available from all good independent record stores. (It’s £9.99 here.)