Arts & Culture
Gappy Tooth Industries announce line up for June gig in Oxford

Gappy Tooth Industries will be presenting a tripartite gig that will take place at Oxford’s Port Mahon this June. 

Saturday, 25 June will see performances from Cities & Memory, Fast Trains and King Panic. 

Tickets will be priced at £5 on the door, or can be purchased at a slightly discounted rate online at

The estimated running times for the evening are as follows:

19.30  Doors

19.50  Cities & Memory

20.50  Fast Trains

21.40  King Panic

22.30  Curfew


Band information:

Cities & Memory

The Gappy Tooth June gig will include a special extended summer festival warm-up set from audio-visual duo Cities & Memory - the stage arm of an influential field recording-based electronic music network of the same name. A spokesperson for the event said the duo are best described by their slogan “Remixing the world, one sound at a time”.

The project has been celebrated by The Guardian, The Wire and BBC Radio 4, and has had two dedicated broadcasts on Resonance FM. The Gappy Tooth team say their June gig will be a rare opportunity to bathe in the ambient sonogeography of the project at close quarters.

More info about Cities & Memory can be found at


Fast Trains

A spokesperson for the band said: “Combining inventive alt pop with a cryptic visual space known as ‘ourWorld’, Fast Trains is the boundary-pushing solo project of Portsmouth-born songwriter Tom Wells.

“Fiercely independent, all Fast Trains music has to date been kept off the usual streaming platforms. Tom joins Gappy Tooth for a special solo acoustic performance, performing in Oxford for the very first time.”

Since its inception in 2019, Fast Trains has been championed by BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio and BBC 6 Music, and its award-winning videos have screened at film festivals all over the world.

More info about Fast Trains can be found at

King Panic

The Gappy Tooth team say: “Bands describe themselves in all sorts of preposterous fashions, so we have to hand it to King Panic who say, with admirable simplicity, “King Panic play the music we write”.

“But, if you want to know more, we could tell you that they deal in rock, alt folk, sometimes something a bit jazz swampy, sometimes something more like raucous pop, bringing us left-field, iconoclastic and insistent tunes with the elastic melodicism of a less boisterous The Who.”

More information about King Panic can be found at