Released late next month, The Bunny & The Bull is a feature length surreal comedy road-trip from Warp X Films and the makers of the The Mighty Boosh.
Spanish passions fed into the eclectic score by Ralfe Band, whose front man Oly Ralfe contributed occasional songs and cameos to ‘The Mighty Boosh’s’ radio and TV shows. (His music is described by Julian Barratt as ‘psychopathic folk-waltz music… epic and peculiar and catchy as hell’.)
This weekend sees the launch of another artistic avenue for the good good folks at TRUCK.
"OX4 is a celebration of the artistic talents emerging in and around the postcode of OX4. We've always dreamt about bringing that SXSW vibe to our hometown - and now we have!"
It's all taking place on 10th October, 2009 - across 10 venues all situated on The Cowley Road.
Danny & The Champions of the World and Ralfe Band both play the Baby Simple venue this Saturday (10/10)
OX4 takes place along the entire length of 'The Cowley Road' in Oxford.
Ticket info here.
Going to a Handsome Family show was a bit like watching one of those vintage oddball American sitcoms. Brett and Rennie Sparks were the cranky couple at the heart of the action, bickering with easy familiarity. “Don’t mind us, we’ve been married 20 years,” Rennie told the audience. “Twenty-one years,” Brett corrected her.
After their soundcheck, The Duke and The King stayed behind in the studio to give an exclusive performance of If You Ever Get Famous. Stripped back and super raw; one guitar, The Duke, The King, The Deacon and Simi Stone.