Klub Kakofanney's Video Sessions
Videos to get you through the dark times. This is the full list of our Unplugged sessions, which are original performances self-filmed by the artists and bands involved, specially for Klub Kakofanney, and our Reloaded videos, which are a collection of pieces from great perfmances at past Klub Kakofanney events.
Klub Kakofanney Unplugged
Emma Hunter, 4th September 2020
Emma and Tom bring a flavour of Mexico in this Flamenco-inspired Klub Kakofanney Unplugged session, and prove that you can sing in a face mask, but seeing your guitar pedals is a bit trickier.
Mark Atherton and Julie Dyson, July 2020
The master of all things Middle Ages, Mark Atherton, and partner in crime, Julie Dyson, bring some of the spirit of King Canute to Klub Kakofanney, played on the Irish bouzouki, with the odd piece of melodica, rattles, and bell as well.
Self Help, July 2020
After six months of the 2020 lockdown, the Self Help gang were finally able to get together for this unplugged performance for Klub Kakofanney in a back garden in East Oxford.
Mark Bosley, June 2020
Attention people of Oxford, here is more music from Mark Bosley playing an unplugged session for Klub Kakofanney, with just a little help and moral support from his metal-coated friends intent on domination of time and space.
Pete Lock, June 2020
Pete Lock takes Klub Kakofanney Unplugged on a trip down memory lane, playing some of the music he wrote when in the band Moiety.
Sue and Phil of The Mighty Redox, 31st May 2020
Sue and Phil share some recollections of Vienna, which gives new insights into the lyrics of their song, Edward, in this living room gig for Klub Kakofanney Unplugged.
Phil and Sue of The Mighty Redox, 24th May 2020
Phil and Sue bring us a couple of songs for relationships to this weekend's Klub Kakofanney Unplugged, but which do you think makes the better love song? Summer's Day? Or War?
Sue and Phil of The Mighty Redox, 17th May 2020
Phil and Sue bring us acoustic versions of songs with antipodean origins to Klub Kakofanney Unplugged, and as a bonus, we have Renzo, the youngest ever performer in a Klub Kakofanney set, assisted by mum Ella on the keyboard
Sue and Phil of The Mighty Redox, 10th May 2020
Sue and Phil of The Mighty Redox sing an acoustic version of Coconut Trees, which is one of the songs from the band's last-album, the fan-funded Beyond Our Eyes, plus other songs you may not have heard before.
Phil and Sue of The Mighty Redox, 3rd May 2020
In keeping with tradition, Phil and Sue play a special May Day celebrations performance for Klub Kakofanney Unplugged. But are they just too darn rude?
Pete Lock, 3rd May 2020
That veteran of the Oxford music scene, Pete Lock, brings us Klub Kakofanney Unplugged from in front of the bookcase. Do my eyes deceive me, or have I spotted another Tardis in the background?
Sue and Phil of The Mighty Redox, 26th April 2020
Punk rock hippies on acoustic guitar? Sue and Phil takes Klub Kakofanney Unplugged on another journey through rarely-heard songs and anecdotes, and as a bonus you get a tour through Sue's musical menagerie museum.
Mark Bosley, 19th April 2020
Mark Bosley delights us with some of his original songs for Klub Kakofanney Unplugged. And yes, that is a Tardis in the background.
Phil and Sue of The Mighty Redox, 19th April 2020
Recorded over the Easter weekend, Phil and Sue bring another installment of Klub Kakofanney Unplugged from a south Oxford sitting room.
Brown Glove, 12th April 2020
Gemma and David take Klub Kakofanney Unplugged on a trip through the wonderful world of Brown Glove,.... and you thought their stage show was weird.
Sue and Phil of The Mighty Redox, 5th April 2020
Sue and Phil sing and play an acoustic Klub Kakofanney Unplugged set from the sitting room, but still manage to slip a bit of electronica in there. "Our belief in love has never been stronger", they say, "We love you all". Oh when will we meet again? When will we meet again?
Phil and Sue of The Mighty Redox, 28th March 2020
We can't hold gigs at The Wheatsheaf right now, but that will not stop the music. This goes out to all the friends and loyal fans of Klub Kakofanney, a special Klub Kakofanney Unplugged performance by Phil and Sue of The Mighty Redox playing a small selection of their songs. Wishing you blue skies.
Klub Kakofanney Reloaded
Duchess at The Wheatsheaf, May 2015
This is a flashback to a fun night in March 2015 when Duchess played the Wheatsheaf. The line up on this night consisted of Katie on vocals and drum, Will on drums, Dan on drums, Thomas on drums, Steve on bass, and Pete Hughes from Brightworks standing in on guitar.
Adam and Elvis, December 2019
Adam and Elvis, a band from Reading, have played at Klub Kakofanney many times in the last few years, and in this collage of clips, we show them playing both our club nights and at one of our Sunday afternoon sessions.
The Mighty Redox, June 2019
The Mighty Redox gave their usual high-energy animated performance at Klub Kakofanney in June 2019, featuring Sue on vocals, Phil on guitar, Sandro on basss, and that man Sam again, borrowed from the Peerless Pirates and standing-in on drums as the regular Redox drummer, Rick had suffered a hand injury.
The Balkan Wanderers, November 2014
Oxford's favourite gypsy ska punk folk band, The Balkan Wanderers produced a night of music and dance back in 2014 when they played at Klub Kakofanney. The line-up consisted of Antica on vocals, Stuart on guitar, Marc on bass, Clare on clarinet, and Rene on drums.
Ciphers, April 2018
Smooth rock from Ciphers when they played at Klub Kakofanney in April 2018. The band consists of Mila on vocals, Lyndsey on bass, Pete and Kieran on guitars, and Sam on the drums.
Firegazer, July 2018
Local folk band Firegazer played tracks from their upcoming album, Healing. The band featured Sal on guitar, Graham on bass, Chris hidden away behind the drumkit, and Alan on an instrument rarely seen at gigs, the accordion.
Richie Stix and the Brain-People, November 2019
Impugnity, impugnity, one law for you, but not for me. No, its not a Dominic Cummings press release. Its Richie Stix and the Brain-People playing at Klub Kakofanney, and everyone's happy at last. The band consists of Ken on drums, Jess on bass, and Stix on guitar and vocals.
The Callow Saints, April 2019
The Callow Saints, long-time favourites at Klub Kakofanney, made the trip across from Aylesbury to headline Sue's birthday gig in April 2019. The line up was Oran on bass, Alex on drums, Dan on guitar, and Ruby on vocals.
Fracture, February 2017
Fracture played several times over the years at Klub Kakofanney, and this selection comes from the band's headline set in the Wheatsheaf in 2017.
Beaver Fuel, February 2019
Beaver Fuel stepped in at the last moment to headline our February gig and delighted us all when they rocked the Sheaf bar and much squeaking and gurning ensued. As you might expect with Beaver Fuel, this is not a video for the faint-hearted.
Peerless Pirates, July 2019
Perennial favourites of Klub Kakofanney, the Peerless Pirates, played at the Wheatsheaf on a hot summer evening in 2019 and soon had the crowd singing and dancing. This gig marked the launch of their new album. The crew consists of Cliff at the tiller, with Owen on guitar, Stuart on bass, and Sam on the drums.
Phyal, December 2015
This epic performance at Klub Kakofanney was Phyal's last gig. This song's called Stayin In", says Glenda. "Its about stayin in". A rock anthem for these times?
Storyteller, January 2019
In darkest winter at the start of 2019, Klub Kakofanney enjoyed some reggae sunshine and funk from a fantastic set by Storyteller.
Balloon Ascents, June 2015
A real treat for music fans in this Klub Kakofanney Reloaded. Previously unseen footage of that great Oxford band, Balloon Ascents, when they played at Klub Kakofanney in June 2015.
Crystallite, February 2016
This Klub Kakofanney Reloaded video features clips from February 2016 when Crystallite made their first appearance on the Klub Kakofanney stage and rattled the rafters with a masterclass of rumbustious rock.