|New Website for Les Clochards 2013-05-16||For all you Les Clochards fans – they have just launched a new website in anticipation of their new album – it features info on forthcoming gigs – video clips – sound clips and photos – along with a promised blog from the band as we near the release date. Should make interesting late night reading.|
|More Studio Work 2013-02-23||Les Clochards and Welcome to Peepworld back in the studio – releases later this year.|
|EP Complete 2012-12-18||The free EP is complete
Full track listing:
Turn up early to the gig on the 22nd December – at The Wheatsheaf – Oxford – and get your free copy.
|Full Line-up for the 22nd December 2012-11-16||The Wheatsheaf – Oxford
more details to follow.
|More new releases coming up 2012-05-19||With so many of our bands in the studio it’s getting hard for me to keep up. However I can tell you that:
So many great bands in Oxford – so little time to see them all.
|Lots of recording 2012-02-03||Bands are in the studio working on stuff at the moment – These include Les Clochards – finally embarking on their second album – Von Braun mixing a new EP – STEM demoing tracks for a release – Tamara and the Martyrs recording some new material and The Relationships recording a couple of new tracks. Still waiting for Komrad to finish recording that long awaited album.|
|From Wilderness to The Skittle Alley 2011-08-16||After an amazing weekend at the Wilderness festival – where Tamara and the Martyrs played – along with Samuel Zasada (why are they not on our label) – and Mercury Rev played the set of the festival – we are heading to Culham – in Oxfordshire.
Friday to Sunday of the August Bank Holiday Komrad – Welcome to Peepworld – Tamara and the Martyrs – Von Braun – Les Clochards are all playing along with some of our other favourite bands – head on down there for more bands and excitement.
|Charlbury Festival 2011-06-25||We had a great weekend at Charlbury Festival Last Weekend with 5 of our bands playing:
The Rock of Travolta
plus loads of other great bands – everyone should go to Charlbury Riverside Festival – actually – no – you shouldn’t all go – it would be ridiculously crowded – but at least 2000 of you should make the effort. Oh – you did.