Verily we are blessed with the new edition of Nightshift, which has just whooshed onto the shelves and monitors across the land. In other words, it’s out now, and available both online and at pretty much all good places you can think of throughout Oxfordshire.
This month’s cover feature is an interview with Jess Hall. There is lots of news from the local music scene, and reviews of new releases from Jess Hall, The Sea The Sea, After The Thought, Undersmile/Bismuth and Hannah Bruce. There are lots of gigs in the comprehensive gig guide, and you can read about what’s already happened with live reviews including Yellow Fever, Bright Works and lots more. There’s an introduction to After The Thought, a look back at what was going on in Oxford music five, ten and twenty years ago, and the usual two-page Demo reviews section. Demo of the month is from 1877, in the Demo Dumper is The Wrong Way Back.