The Ocelot’s top picks for Swindon Shuffle 2019

Swindon Shuffle returns next month (11 to 14 July) for its thirteenth year of supporting the town’s live music scene -...

She Makes War confirmed for Mfor Festival

Bristol-based multi-instrumentalist, producer and visual artist She Makes War has been confirmed for Swindon's Mfor Festival. The DIY...

Oxfordshire announces series of events to celebrate global campaign ‘Make Music Day’

Make Music Day UK – always on June 21 – is part of a global grassroots music festival, celebrating all kinds...

“My whole life went upside down” – a new song competition is breaking the...

“I was using a salt shaker, and I was playing drums on pillows” I have passed up so...

BBC Countryfile Live is on the look out for local talent to join line-up...

BBC Countryfile Live are on the look out for musicians, poets, dancers and comedians to join the line-up at Blenheim Palace...

Music review: allusinlove’s ‘It’s Okay To Talk’ – “unashamedly indie pop… drenched in summer...

Words by James Queralt It’s Ok To Talk, the debut album from Yorkshire up-and-comers allusinlove, harks back to...

Interview: After an 11-year hiatus Gabrielle returns to support Nile Rodgers in Gloucester –...

After releasing her latest album Under My Skin last year, British pop-soul star Gabrielle is ending her tour at Gloucester's Kingsholm...

RunFestRun 2019 – a festival like no other

The concept sounds simple - a festival celebrating running and runners. But it’s the little twists and turns...

Music review: The Oxymora’s ‘Queen’ – “full of heart and groove”

Queen is the first taste of what is to be expected from newly formed five-piece, The Oxymora. And, it’s a compelling...

Classic Ibiza at Bowood: a symphony for your senses

Classic Ibiza, with premium Spanish beer brand San Miguel, is returning to Wiltshire on 3 August. The concert sees the Urban Soul...
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