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25 May 2019

The Wheatsheaf Show map
20.15
£4.50, £3.50 advance
This is our 17th birthday. Yep, 17 years of monthly eclectic (primarily) musical events in Oxford, 17 years of fascinating line-ups, great post-gig discussions, and ill-advised last beers, 17 years of not quite going bankrupt. Come join us and help celebrate.
Acts:
22.10 Born Ideal
21.20 Piqued Jacks
20.30 Factory Lights
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Born Ideal
Celebrate 17 years with neon bright and needle sharp tunes from this Faringdon-based alt rock trio.  Epic but controlled, imposing but friendly, these are tunes built for biggest stages and massed singalongs. “Now if you wanted something visually stimulating you would find it right here with Born Ideal who absolutely worked the stage. From their rock star demeanour, to the range in the front man’s voice they successfully rocked the floor.” Black & White Fennec.
http://www.soundcloud.com/born-ideal
Piqued Jacks
All the way from Florence Piqued Jacks are a band of brothers who make chunky, funky pop music for those dedicated to toe-tapping, head-shaking and off-copping in a pop party environment.  The recipients of myriad awards in their native Italy, they are a must for fans of Biffy Clyro, Incubus, The Killers, The Mars Volta, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and good times in general.
http://www.piquedjacks.com
Factory Lights
Factory Lights are an Oxford six-piece rock band that formed in 2015 in Oxford. Their music is heavily influenced by themes and stories of ordinary working people living worthwhile and meaningful lives against the backdrop of political and economic upheaval. The lead singer and songwriter Ant Kelly – mainman from Oxford’s soul rock favourites The Shapes - tells a personal and affectionate tale of the many influences on his life, his Irish background, growing up in working-class Cowley, his disillusionment with party politics and the joys of family life.  “A perfect encapsulation of a songwriter who deals with the intimate concerns of everyday life with understated and delicate skill and an almost avuncular presence.” Nightshift
http://www.factorylights.co.uk
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