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28 October 2017

The Wheatsheaf Show map
£4.50, £3.50 advance
22.25 Chasing Daylight
21.35 Deathsex Bloodbath
20.45 Mamzer
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Chasing Daylight
Original songs from the classic British punk/ska/R ‘n’ B tradition, played using vintage kit, including a ’67 Hammond organ with Leslie cabinet (turn up early to amuse yourself watching them load that into the venue!).  Plenty of inspiration from the Canvey scene, The Kinks, The Bonzos and The Blockheads (whom they are supporting at their next Oxford visit).  All this plus sax, a kilt and their own bespoke marmalade, what’s not to enjoy?
Deathsex Bloodbath
Postponed form their booking earlier in the year, which was cancelled because of ill health.  Now they’re better but still, in the parlance of the yout’, totally sick.  Coventry's number one glam-garage sex-and-violence dreamboats/shipwrecks, Deathsex Bloodbath wowed us with their alternativity punk panto at Get In The Box’s Christmas show, so we wanted a slice of this tongue in (butt)cheek naughtiness for ourselves.  Just a list of the members’ names tells you this band is going to be capital A awesome: Sadogasm, Switchblade, Justin Appropriate, Masokiss, and Sororicide.
Approachable, tuneful and, just occasionally, slightly silly pop-metal. Fierce, feisty and female-fronted (oh, and fun).  Features Al Kenny, who has graced the Gappy stage a few times, though this is rather less aggressive/experimental than any of the other acts – also, he’s not even playing bass this time!
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