Event Calendar

Monday, May 1, 2017

Tuesday 2nd May 2017
10pm - 3am / ACS Members £5 / Non ACS MEMBERS £7

Hip-Hop / R&B / Charts / Afrobeat / Alternative / Dancehall

Wednesday 3rd May 2017
10pm - 3am / £5/ £3 before 11pm

Come on down to Cellar for a night of swinging from the ceiling to Blondie climbing up the walls to Bowie and boogying on down to Bonnie M. We'll be waiting with your favourite unflattering photographer, a microphone that makes you go down on your knees for Like a Prayer and music you can REALLY DANCE TO!

 

Thursday 4th May 2017
7.30pm - 10.00pm / £6 Adv / 16+
Thursday 4th May 2017
£3 / £5

Electro / Detroit / Techno / Dance
Glue Resident DJs
We’ll still be playing varied dance musiks but with a focus on electro this time. We'll be blasting off to Planet Rock (Afrika Bambaataa et al. 1982) so can y'all get funky?! Lots of booty-bass electro from outer space, Hi-Tech jazz from the Motor City (UR et al. 1993) and sleazy synths from Rotterdam to get your rumps shaking!
https://www.facebook.com/events/446066892392415/

Friday 5th May 2017
10pm - 3am, band on at 11pm  / £7 adv (+ 70p booking fee) / £9 otd

Dancefloor Latin / Afrobeat / Global Grooves / Nu Jazz Bizniz
An all original Latin-jazz-soul-bugalu band formed back in 1997 who've regularly spead their hip UK sound nationwide including appearances at Camden's Jazz Cafe. Collaborations include king of Latin-soul Joe Bataan and they have been championed by taste-making DJs Gilles Peterson, Craig Charles, Louie Vega and Lauren Laverne.
www.bossaphonik.com  http://www.wegottickets.com/event/392594 / http://grupo-x.com/

 

Saturday 6th May 2017
7.30pm / £7adv / 16+
Saturday 6th May 2017
11pm - 3am / £12Adv

--“I say colour outside of the lines. I say colour right off the page. Don’t box me in.” --

Holding fast to this sentiment, ten years ago a group of young creatives from The Weimar set about the task of reforming the electronic music genre. From rolling, gritty/grainy techno through trip-hop to ambient electro and feathery, pristine house; each member of the Giegling Label has approached their respective projects with a consistency and refinement that you seldom find anywhere else. And yet, we have to be very careful in this bio not to box in with words, genres and names, only that which can be truly expressed on the night. That which sits at the fingertips of Konstantin and Dustin.

Sunday 7th May 2017
7pm doors / £11 Early bird / £13.75 Adv

Dr Robert first came to prominence as the iconic front man of The Blow Monkeys during a golden period of hit albums and singles in the mid 1980's. Sprouting opinions and striking poses in equal measure he blazed a trail with a series of self penned classics such as "Digging Your Scene" and "It Doesn't Have To Be This Way" as well as collaborating with Chicago Diva Kym Mazelle, Algerian Rai King Cheb Khaled and soul legend Curtis Mayfield.

Tuesday 9th May 2017
8.30pm - 2am / £4 otd

Goth / EBM / Industrial
Oxford's only Goth night returns to give you the latest and greatest in Goth(Trad, Deathrock, New Wave, EBM, Industrial, 80s) to keep you glued to the dancefloor. Keeping it dark and spooky at The Cellar since 2001!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2341647757/
Goth/Cyber/Dark Alternative Dress Code

Wednesday 10th May 2017
11pm - 3am / £TBC
Wednesday 10th May 2017
7.30pm / £6 adv / £8 / 16+

A Night of Pop-Punk

One of the best and brightest new bands in the UK, all-female, all-feminist The Tuts bring

their fiery brand of pop-punk to Oxford in support of debut album “Update Your Brain.”

They’ve supported Kate Nash and The Selecter’s Pauline Black and recently played with

Feeder and The Senseless Things. Support comes from Oxford band Rainbow Reservoir and

Happy Accidents.

Tickets: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/392467 

Thursday 11th May 2017
11pm - 3am / £5 online / £6 OTD

House / Disco / Techno
On Thursday 11th May Footnote will be inviting Manchester legend Jon K to Frewin Court for a special ALL NIGHT LONG set. A DJ with years of experience under his belt and an unrivalled sonic vision, he expertly connects the dots between hands-in-the-air disco, Chicago house, blunted hip-hop, sub-zero UK sounds, post-punk rawness, spectral IDM and more.
https://www.facebook.com/footnoteoxford// https://www.facebook.com/JonKManchester/

Friday 12th May 2017
11PM - 3AM / £8 adv / £10

Terraforms Dnb Oxford established in 2008 by two like minded individuals, both sharing the same passion for Drum & Bass music. 

Friday 12th May 2017
7pm / £8adv / £9door / 16+

After a sold out UK debut headline tour last month, and plays all over Radio 1, Tom Walker returns to the road in May! Catch one of this years hottest tipped artists in venues of this size whilst you still can! 

Tickets: http://www.seetickets.com/event/tom-walker/the-cellar/1072919 

 

Saturday 13th May 2017
11pm-3am / £5 All Night

House / Garage / Disco
Taking it back to the all night sessions turf have become known for, they welcome two very special secret guests to take the reigns in May. Having booked up an entire summer calendar of worldwide bookings, these guys are no stranger to the party. Tell a friend to tell a friend, it's going DOWN!
www.facebook.com/turfldn 

Monday 15th May 2017
10pm-3am / £5

R&B/ DISCO / WORLD

On Your Doorstep, OUSU's official homelessness campaign, presents the biggest R&B party of the year, with tunes from the 80s all the way up to what's in the charts now! With artists from Janet Jackson, Eko Roosevelt and Parliament to Rihanna, Drake and Fetty Wap, get ready to shake away those Monday blues, while raising money for homelessness charities! Let's club together to end homelessness. #ClubTogether

https://m.facebook.com/OnYourDoorstepCampaign

 

Tuesday 16th May 2017
11pm - 3am / £5 otd

Afrobeat / Disco / Funk / Soul / Chicago House / Hip hop
Mama Feelgood has some home-cooked feel good vibes to get you shaking a leg. She wants you to let your hair down, get into the groove and dance like nobody’s watching. She knows you’re tired of intense and boring beats which have you desperately waiting for ‘the drop’. She knows you want the tunes that’ll have you using muscles you didn’t even know you had. She knows what’s going to make you feel good all night long. So come on down, feel the love and groove into the early hours. After all, Mama knows best.

 

Wednesday 17th May 2017
7pm-10pm / £5

Alternative / Alternative / Acoustic

"They may be months old, but the Bristol five-piece have been performing together for over seven years. When they were teenagers, they wrote music quietly in their parents’ attics. When they moved to London, they had to pile their furniture to rehearse in their cramped Camden apartment. Soul-searching and scouring their record collections, the band began to introduce the optimism of ’00s pop and ambient music to the introspection of their Radiohead inspired music." 

www.painttheband.com 

 

Wednesday 17th May 2017
10pm -3am / £5/ £3 before 11pm

Come on down to Cellar for a night of swinging from the ceiling to Blondie climbing up the walls to Bowie and boogying on down to Bonnie M. We'll be waiting with your favourite unflattering photographer, a microphone that makes you go down on your knees for Like a Prayer and music you can REALLY DANCE TO!

Thursday 18th May 2017
7pm-10:30pm / £12.50Adv

For fourteen years, DJ Format and rapper Abdominal have been entertaining crowds from Toronto to the UK. Now the hip-hop stars are back at it in 2017 with their new album "Still Hungry" and a UK tour, courtesy of AGMP.co.uk.

Thursday 18th May 2017
11pm-3am / £4 B4 12 / £5
Friday 19th May 2017
8pm  / £5 adv Wegottickets.com / £7otd

World / Jazz
Genre hopping Brickwork lizards play their first Oxford gig of the year, expect some of their classic songs and new tracks as they combine Arabic folk tunes, 1930s style jazz, vaudeville and hip hop with elements of delta blues and even Mariachi.
Support comes from popular singer songwriter and  former Nova Kicks front man Clark Wiseman.

https://soundcloud.com/clarkwiseman

http://www.brickworklizards.com

 

 

Friday 19th May 2017
11pm – 3am / £5 all night

Focusing on the sounds from way back when, and how the golden era continues to influence music today. We're excited to hone in on the passion music lovers have of all things classic, with a slice of modern enthusiasm for good measure.
https://www.facebook.com/soulsessionsox1 / FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/409009499490989/

Saturday 20th May 2017
7pm-10:30pm / £3

Electronic/ Alternative / Singer Songwriter

As part of their annual Arts Festival, Pembroke college have brought together some of the university’s finest musicians. We will be joined by Stephen Hero, an eclectic group of Teddy Hall freshers whose lively and renewed classics will leave you wanting more, as well as Ross King, a singer/songwriter with an inviting, mellow voice and bluesy guitar riffs. Last but not least, our headliner, Sal Para, will entertain with ambient tunes and a cheeky DJ set to finish. Get tickets via FIXR:

https://fixr-app.com/event/13555

Saturday 20th May 2017
11pm - 3am / £6 on the door all night. (No online Tickets)

Bassline / Drum & Bass / Grime
Fluid returns to their home music venue for a night of pure underground bass. Seeing the return of 'Masp & Friends', Masp invites Sound Affect, VLVT, Cryptic and Wissla to bring you the best in Bassline, Drum & Bass and Grime. With exam season over, expect this to be a mad one! See you at the front!
www.ukfluid.com / www.facebook.com/ukfluid / www.twitter.com/ukfluid

 

Monday 22nd May 2017
7:30pm - 11pm / £6 Adv

Shoegaze / Indie
We are really happy to be bringing Canadians BELIEFS to Oxford on their UK tour! Expect some wonderful fuzzy, distorted noise in the vein of My Bloody Valentine and Sonic Youth.
“shrouded in blankets of sobering haze, with the chorus loosening up to allow hints of the soaring melody” ~ CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND
https://beliefs.bandcamp.com/
Two brilliant local support slots from THE BECKONING FAIR ONES and FANCY DRESS PARTY (who play their first Divine Schism show!)
https://thebeckoningfairones.bandcamp.com/releases

Tuesday 23rd May 2017
11pm - 3am / £TBC
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
8pm-10:30pm / £15Adv

Guitarist JERO FEREC returns to THE CELLAR with a group of top young artists from BARCELONA! Be ready for an EXPLOSIVE show of dazzling guitar, breathtaking dancing, strong footwork and passionate vocals! Not to be missed!  

Tickets: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/402123 

 https://www.facebook.com/events/1895960840680273/

 

Wednesday 24th May 2017
7.30pm / £7adv / 16+
Thursday 25th May 2017
7.30pm / FREE ENTRY / 16+
Thursday 25th May 2017
11pm - 3am / £5
Friday 26th May 2017
7pm-10:30pm / £5Adv / £6

Garage Pop    /    Folk/Americana /     Alt Rock 
 

Live music gig in aid of the charity Oxfam. Join some of coolest bands in Oxford for an amazing night for a great cause - Oxfam works around the world to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive. Oxfam saves lives and helps rebuild livelihoods when crisis strikes. And the charity campaigns so that the voices of the poor influence local and global decisions that affect them. www.oxfam.org.uk  UK registered charity No. 202918 

Friday 26th May 2017
11pm - 3am / free before 11:30pm /v£5 after

Disco / House / Bass
The Cellar gears up for Common People with veteran party-starter Del Gazeebo and upstart bass urchin Danny Wav at the controls! Brighton resident and Disco Shed favourite Del Gazeebo has been smashing out the best hip hop, funk, breaks and beats for longer than he or we can really remember. Former Dutty Moonshine decksmith Danny Wav has rocked every festival crowd going, and warms up for his Common People tear-up by rattling the Cellar ceilings with bassline, house and his trademark drum & bass rinseout. 
https://soundcloud.com/dannywav / https://www.mixcloud.com/DelGazeebo

Saturday 27th May 2017
7:30pm-10pm / £6Adv / 16+
Saturday 27th May 2017
11pm-3am / £6

Move is all about the freshest sounds in UK Bass Music -  Bass House/Bassline, Garage, Grime and everything in between, brought to you by a selection of the best DJ’s

Sunday 28th May 2017
7:30pm for 8:30pm start / £4

Oxford's / Underground / Cinema
Amish men pooping in urinals. Varicose veined landladies demanding sexual favours for gas, food and lodging. Big Ern's hair. And a rubber hand. Kingpin has it all!
Book now to avoid being really Munsoned.
Join us for this great movie, flowing drinks, delicious snacks and our world famous "El Gordo" raffle. Entry is just £4!
cinemaunderthestairs.com / facebook.com/cinemaunderthestairs / twitter.com/cineunderstairs

 

Wednesday 31st May 2017
10pm - 3am / £5/ £3 before 11pm

Come on down to Cellar for a night of swinging from the ceiling to Blondie climbing up the walls to Bowie and boogying on down to Bonnie M. We'll be waiting with your favourite unflattering photographer, a microphone that makes you go down on your knees for Like a Prayer and music you can REALLY DANCE TO!