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THU 31ST MARCH
CURATED BY LYLE AND SCOTT – SUMMER CAMP

WED 23RD MARCH
MATTHEW DEAR (LIVE BAND) – VENUE CHANGE – SPECIAL CLUB SHOW

WED 23RD MARCH
O. CHILDREN + THE CHAPMAN FAMILY

FRI 18TH MARCH
CAT’S EYES

WED 16TH MARCH
PSYCHOLOGIST

WED 16TH MARCH
EYOE AT SXSW

MON 14TH MARCH
CAT’S EYES

THU 3RD MARCH
VISIONS OF TREES

THU 3RD MARCH
TROPHY WIFE

WED 2ND MARCH
KOUDLAM

WED 2ND MARCH
MARTIN CREED

WED 2ND MARCH
OLOF ARNALDS

TUE 1ST MARCH
GOLD PANDA – SOLD OUT

TUE 1ST MARCH
OLOF ARNALDS – TICKETS ON THE DOOR

THU 3RD, MARCH 2011
Trophy Wife + special guests
VENUE / THE WHEELBARROW

TIME / 00:00
CALENDAR / ICAL
TICKET INFO / FREE
LINKS / WWW.MYSPACE.COM/ATROPHYWIFE

Trophy Wife are a three-piece, hotly-tipped act from Oxford. They employ a system of a pulsing funk-trance hybrid foundation jarred with neatly plucked guitars – a sound lifted heavily from the Oxford-scene blueprint of Foals (headline act in Trophy Wife’s recent tour).

Breakthrough track ‘Microlite’ begins with serene keyboards and soft drumming, and much like their support act, the vocal style is effeminate and earnest, lyrics begging “I hope you know the way”. Live, their set is fluid, and consists of songs that are non sequential and climatic, and an accompaniment of pattering drums reinforces the fluidity.