Gappy Tooth Industries
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24 February 2018

The Wheatsheaf Show map
£6.00, £5.00 advance
22.00 Little Brother Eli
21.15 Quartermelon
20.30 Lucy Vee
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Little Brother Eli
Not only have we secured the services of one of Oxford's best live bands, who don't perform that often, and not only is this show to celebrate the release of a top new single, but said single is called "Tooth".  You can see why we're chuffed.  The song, by the way, beats a path away form the funky rocking we know so well from LBE, and towards a sleeker, discofied incarnation, but they're guaranteed to still ignite a venue in any form.  "Packs enough of a punch to suggest they're a band with a foot in music's past, but eyes on a bigger, brighter future" - Nightshift.  "Sharp, fun and loud" - The Oxford Times.  "I kinda think I'd hang out with them and have a good time" - Huey Morgan., BBC 6 Music.
Quartermelon are a tropical trio from the west side of the Oxfordshire, singing songs about fornicating, dozing off and sailing.  "It's always good to see a new band in town that defy almost all critical attempts to pin them down.  Quartermelon's singer's falsetto heads all over the shop and comes with plenty of lyrical dexterity, while the band aren't afraid to take their shoegazy spangle into soul and funk. Their finale could be a previously unimagined meeting point between Foals and Flowered Up. while their set highlight heads off into Blue Aeroplanes and even New Fast Automatic Daffodils territory" - Nightshift
Lucy Vee
Lucy is best known as the sultry vocalist from Oxford hip hop stars Death Of Hi Fi, and she has recently started playing under her own name, with able keyboard support from Colin Henney (The Shapes, The Heavy Dexters, etc)..  Expect some fat, groovy electro topped off with soulful, slinky torch song vocal lines.
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