Nightshift - June 2015 cover

Nightshift – June 2015 issue out now, with Asher Dust interview and more

Is it really a whole month since the last one? It seems that it must be, as the new edition of Nightshift is out now.

This month’s cover feature is an interview with Asher Dust. There’s all the news from the local music scene, and reviews of new releases including Mermaid Noises, Foci’s Left, Deadly Orgone Radiation, The Trophy Cabinet, Kenan Khazendar, Non-Stop Tango and Jon Seagroatt & Ian Staples with Bobbie Watson. There are lots of gigs in the comprehensive gig guide, and you can read about what’s already happened with live reviews including Punt 2015, Undersmile and lots more. There’s an opportunity to win Truck tickets, an introduction to Esther Joy Lane, 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 Little Brother Eli, in the Demo Dumper is Sahara Skies.

Download the June 2015 issue here, and find loads of back issues here.

  • fruitnleaves

    As multi-award winning Peggy Seeger finishes her UK tour celebrating her 80th
    birthday, she must be celebrated for her fantastic performances and
    beautifully entertaining the British public and many from other
    countries who have traveled to see and hear her sing.

    Peggy saw someone in the front row holding a birthday card during the
    first half of her London, South Bank concert, then Peggy demanded it was
    put on stage for everyone to see for the second half, and thanked her
    and the Campaign publicly. When Peggy spoke with campaign people, a
    couple of days ago, she said she’s taken the card with her and put it on
    stage at every performance since.

    Thank you Peggy :-)

    To round off this amazing tour, Peggy has kindly donated her time and
    talents to a Benefit Concert for Oxford.

    It will be on Friday 10 July
    Doors 7pm and tickets can be obtained by emailing or phoning 0845 330 7633

    Suggested minimum donation £20 and it will be worth double that.

    Please don’t miss this fantastic event. Peggy will entertain your socks off!