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Monday 24th October 2016
8pm-11pm / £8 adv / £10 otd

Alternative / Indie / Punk
We are really excited to have The Lovely Eggs back in Oxford. They continue to cement their reputation as one of the most exciting, innovative and genuine bands of the underground scene and have been selling out venues across the country with their DIY approach. Welsh Music Prize nominated Tender Prey - a musician who mixes garage blues, girl group clangs and lo-fi grooves - is main support with the out of this world lo-fi wonder Lucy Leave opening the night. /

Tuesday 25th October 2016
7pm / £6.50 adv

garage rock / indie / rock

HAVE YOU EVER SEEN THE JANE FONDA AEROBIC VHS? is a strange bird in the Finnish rock scene not only because of it's long name, but also because the band doesn't have a guitar player. Instead melodies and distorted sound walls are created by good old Casio and Eco-organs. Packed with 60's girl group/soul-melodies, bubble gum punk riffs and pounding drums, which will make your eardrums bleed, this newcomer is truly something to get to know.    

Tuesday 25th October 2016
11pm-3am / £5 OTD, £4 if song posted on TDD wall

Noughties Indie Disco

OCTOBER 2006 and the cool kid two doors down is throwing a massive party to celebrate the start of half-term. Scuff your hightops, carefully dishevell your hair and hop on over for some gold soundz.

11pm-3am / £5 OTD, £4 if song posted on TDD wall

Wednesday 26th October 2016
10pm-3am . £5 all night

Move is all about the freshest sounds in UK Bass Music -  Bass House/Bassline, Garage, Grime and everything in between, brought to you by a selection of the best DJ’s

Thursday 27th October 2016
7:30pm / £12early or £15 otd

“That’s one hot band right there!” – Huey Morgan, BBC Radio 2
“Rob Heron evokes the spirit of Bob Wills and Django Reinhardt with a quintet that shuffles and boogies with panache. Infectiously good-humoured” – Uncut Magazine
“Amazing musicians who play with both passion and a sympathetic regard for the history of the genre.” – Maverick Magazine /

Friday 28th October 2016
10pm-3am / £5 earlybird / £7 adv / £8 otd

Reggae / Ska / Thrillers
Hold onto your seats, it's Ska-lloween! "Live" onstage, Chainska Brassika concoct a horn-heavy horror show of authentic Jamaican brass sounds, as recorded at Harry J's studio in Kingston and perfected all over the festival circuit from The Secret Garden to Outlook in Croatia. Boomtown Boneshaker AAA Badboy beams down for his Cellar debut with disembodied dancehall and bloodcurdling bass. Count Skylarkin serves up coffin-rockin' reggae and buried treasure through the witching hour and beyond... / h /

Saturday 29th October 2016
11-3 / £4 ADV, £6 OTD

Grime / Bassline / DNB
Fluid is back at The Cellar for a night full of bassline, grime, dnb and uk garage featuring Nasty FM x IC3 Genres x Fluid. We're giving away 2 free tickets to Fluid's Christmas Party as well as a bottle of booze for the most outrageous costume. Don't disappoint! / /

Sunday 30th October 2016
7:00pm for 8:00pm start / £6 adv (+ booking fee) / £6 otd

cult / classic / movies

With a wicked grin and a maniacal laugh, Cinema Under The Stairs invites you to our Halloween horror double bill!

Come and taste the dread and smell the fear of two of the most original low budget scare-fests ever set to celluloid: John Carpenter's Halloween and The Blair Witch Project.

Both movies set a standard in cinematic terror; Halloween invented the slasher movie and Blair Witch the founder of footage horror. Recent attempts at these have been indifferent to say the least, so let us bask in the in the glorious darkness of these incredibly innovative films once again.

Fancy dress is a must and the creepiest costume will win a sack full of nastiness!

Monday 31st October 2016

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Thursday 17th November 2016
7pm-10:30pm / £9 adv
Friday 18th November 2016
8pm-10pm / £7

Indie Pop

Cameron is an Oxford based multi-instrumentalist whose subtle and measured songs expertly strike a chord. His delicate vocals and the fragility of music sound as if they could fall over and break at any second.

Cameron’s debut track ‘Lost Direction’ was premiered at the end of 2015 on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show receiving Hottest Record in the world, an accolade normally reserved for far bigger artists. ‘Lost Direction’ was also recorded live for an infamous Mahogany session.

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Tuesday 22nd November 2016
7:30pm / £6 Adv / 16+