Catgod

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Catgod's Oxford EP Launch at The Cellar, featuring their recently released track Someone Love!

“Flowing with sweeping harmonies, it’s an eclectic and emotion-strewn fusion of genres, resulting in a soaring, mesmerising soundscape.” Oxford groove collective, aka Catgod have had their last three singles aired on BBC - Radio 6 Music the latest of which, Someone Love, was featured by Lauren Laverne as her #HeadphonesMoment of the week. After their album was received with rave reviews - "earliest shout for Record of the Year" - Ocelot Magazine, Catgod started the summer off with a slot at Rob de Bank’s Common People Festival followed by The Alternative Escape and Truck Festival. Along with the premiere of their single Someone Love on Gigslutz they will release their EP on July 21st 2017.

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Rose Segal Rose Segal sings to share with you an inner world filled with light and colour. She was raised in Oxfordshire on reggae and blues and went on to learn classical flute and violin. Rose began to write and sing her own music when given a guitar as a 21st birthday present, by her musical father, four years ago. She began performing in Oxford in January 2016, playing with her band at venues such as The Wheatsheaf, The Jericho Tavern, The Bullingdon and the O2 Academy.

Using the voices of everyone in the band to resonate with her own, over powerful bass and compelling beats, Rose's music is acoustic yet intense, with melodies both ethereal and uplifting.

FLATLANDS - band Flatlands combine the melodic world of modern British indie with the dance punk vibes of West Coast USA. Influences include, Modern Baseball, Remo Drive, Circa Waves and Will Joseph Cook.

“The high octane rock intro brings to mind Los Campesinos … the adventurous scope of Provisional Licence bodes well for the group” - puremzine “A spellbinding first Sofar” -Sofar Sounds Winchester

Rose Segal

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Rose Segal sings to share with you an inner world filled with light and colour. She was raised in Oxfordshire on reggae and blues and went on to learn classical flute and violin. Rose began to write and sing her own music when given a guitar as a 21st birthday present, by her musical father, four years ago. She began performing in Oxford in January 2016, playing with her band at venues such as The Wheatsheaf, The Jericho Tavern, The Bullingdon and the O2 Academy. Using the voices of everyone in the band to resonate with her own, over powerful bass and compelling beats, Rose's music is acoustic yet intense, with melodies both ethereal and uplifting.

"Rose tenders a more English drawing room pop with her octave-vaulting trill, reminiscent of an All About Eve Martha’s Habour’ folkgothic, or Judie Tzuke in a captivatingAll The Colours’, while the upbeat tropic swing of `Torrent or Shower’ is the ear-catching coda to an ever improving set." - Nightshift

" wistful acoustic folk-pop" - Nightshift