Happy New Year!

We’ve reached that annual period where the majority of us are broke, hungover, dreading going back to work, considering dieting, and deluding ourselves into thinking that this year will be a “whole new me”.  It’s a vicious cycle.

Despite not being the most optimistic person, on the music front January and the next few months ahead are shaping up pretty nicely – definitely worth leaving the house for.

The run up to Christmas sent musicians and bands back into the studios, which can only mean that our regions should have new music on the horizon – tour dates, fresh material and undiscovered talent yet to emerge.

I can’t speak for anyone’s personal life, – especially my own – but music wise I have a good feeling about 2019 (see below). There were a few bands which popped up on my radar near the end of 2018, so I’m eagerly hoping they will reappear in some of our venues across Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and West Berkshire.

All Ears Avow

Where: Level III, Swindon

When: Saturday 12 Jan

Doors open: 8pm

www.level3swindon.com

Rainy Day Fund

Where: Level III, Swindon

When: Saturday 12 Jan

Doors open: 8pm

www.level3swindon.com

The Twilight Sad

Where: Sound Knowledge, Marlborough

When: Wednesday 23 Jan

Doors open: 6.30pm

www.thirty-8.com

The Vaccines

Where: 02 Academy, Oxford

When: Saturday 26 Jan

Doors open: 7pm

www.academymusicgroup.com

Laura Veirs

Where: The Bullingdon, Oxford

When: Monday 11 Feb

Doors open: 7.30pm

www.thebullingdon.co.uk

Allusinlove

Where: Jericho Tavern, Oxford

When: Monday 18 Feb

Doors open: 7.30pm

wwwthejerichooxford.co.uk

 

 

GETRZ

Where: Level III, Swindon

When: Saturday 23 Feb

Doors open: 8.30pm

www.level3swindon.com

 

 

Sea Girls

Where: O2 Academy, Oxford

When: Monday 25 Feb

Doors open: 7pm

www.academymusicgroup.com

 

Mawkin

Where: ACE Space, Newbury

When: Saturday 16 March

Doors open: 8.30pm

www.acespace.org.uk

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