All Tamara's Parties Festival 2019 is being hosted on Saturday 5th October at The Jericho Tavern in Oxford from 1:00pm - 11:00pm.  See our full line-up below.

Info:

  • Food, booze and hot and cold beverages are served at the Jericho Tavern
  • There is an all gender toilet located in the music venue
  • There is disability access in the downstairs area of the pub, but sadly not in the upstairs music venue- apparently this is due to the building being listed
  • If you have any queries or access needs, please contact Tamara on tparsonbaker@gmail.com 
  • Purchase tickets here: https://alltamarasparties.bandcamp.com/merch/all-tamaras-parties-festival-2019-5th-october
  • Children 14 and under get in for FREE but must be accompanied by an adult

Self Help (10:00pm)

Self Help have got a name for themselves for their rambunctious punk style and energetic live shows. Sound like (references made by BBC Introducing and Nightshift Magazine): The Modern Lovers Babyshambles The Strokes Influenced by: The Sonics Bratmobile The Voidoids

WOLFS (9:00pm)

Two piece female rock band from Oxfordshire and Shropshire.

Winnie & The Rockettes (8:00pm)

“The powerful and fiery leads from Winnie shred up the room unlike any other vocals you have heard before. There are no barriers for their performance as Winnie jumps down from the stage dancing around people and bringing the stage to us."

Death of the Maiden (7:00pm)

Brazen gothy, post-punk, baroque-pop rock band from Oxford. Heavy on the Muff. Photo by Helen Messenger

The Other Ones (6:00pm)

The Other Ones are a noise-pop band formed out of a love for 90s' TV, curries, fuzz pedals and cats. We write songs about being a loser, unwanted attention from creepy guys and being cool with being alone.

Catgod (5:00pm)

The group is a five piece band centred around brother-sister duo Robin and Cat. Together they create 'effortlessly charming, folk-inspired songs'. Their newest effort 'Heartbeat in my Hand' was recently premiered by The Line of Best Fit, who described it as 'a joyously breathtaking listen, pinned down by soft piano melodies and delicate harmonies'. The track was also aired by Tom Robinson (BBC Radio 6) and 'Blood' was recorded as a live session with BBC introducing. Our single Someone Love, from our last EP was featured by Lauren Lavern (BBC Radio 1) as her 'Headphones Moment'. She said 'I heard this and loved it'.

Jen Berkova (4:15pm)

Jen Berkova is a 20 year old Singer/Songwriter. Born in Paris, to Russian and Congolese parents and raised in Oxford. Her music combines elements of R&B, Soul and heartfelt lyrics delivered with edge, creating her own unique sound and leaving audiences with a sense of nostalgia. In summer 2019 she has played at several festivals including Truck and Towersey. Her first track is scheduled for release later this year.

Rainbow Reservoir (3:30pm)

Rainbow Reservoir is multi-instrumentalist and power pop songwriter Angela Space. She has released two albums on Oddbox Records, Coco Sleeps Around (EP 2016) and Channel Hanna (LP 2018). She has performed around the UK opening for the likes of Cate LeBon, Tacocat and Martha as well as on the Wilderness Festival, Indietracks, the Cambridge and Leicester Indiepop All-Dayers and the Truck Festival. Her music has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and Radio 6 as well as radio stations worldwide.

Drunken Butterfly (2:45pm)

Feminist punk from Bristol, combining snarly fuzzy punk rock with folk tinged melodies. Expect to hear songs about street harassment, growing up queer and tory austerity. Photo by Chris Patmore Photography

Ghosts in the Photographs (1:50pm)

Formed in 2014, Ghosts in the Photographs are a three-piece instrumental band located in and around Oxford; comprised of George Naylor (Guitars), Iain Deans (Bass) and Brent Wade (Drums). Following the release of their 2015 debut EP Our memories are here to haunt us they went on to play the prestigious Oxford Punt which launched them on to the local scene and also culminated with their first air-play on BBC Radio Oxford. They have since released their follow-up EP A Murmur, A Charm, A Murder (2017) and last year released their track Dyslexorcist (2018) which was in Nightshifts top 25 tracks of that year.

Joely (1:00pm)

Smooth, soulful and jazzy indiepop. Earlier this year Joely released her debut EP with a headline launch show at the O2 Academy.