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Sep
11
Quadrophobe @ Batt School

Witney, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Witney, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Aug
06
Quadrophobe @ Bibury Court Hotel

Cirencester, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Cirencester, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Aug
05
Quadrophobe @ Hanneyfest

Hanney, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Hanney, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

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Quadrophobe walk the fine
line between annoying
novelty band and musical
heroes.
Sadly I can’t put them on
either side, but I am however
prepared to admit that I have
a weakness for ska bands.
Madness – love them. UB40 –
brilliant. So, it was
unsurprising that I was
immediately drawn in by the
cheeky 2-Tone rhythms and
mischievous brass section that
are so well put together on
“Quixotic”.
Opener “Few Last Words
(What Did I Expect)” is fairly
tame in comparison to some
of later, more outrageous
tracks, but it’s still
wonderfully infectious. “Hey!
Sir Penguin” signals the
introduction of silly voices,
nonsensical lyrics and the
temptation to do even sillier
dances around my living
room.
The very pinnacle of silliness,
however, came when I found
myself turning up the last
track, “Super Badger”, to a
level that would have
alarmed the neighbours into
thinking that I should be
admitted to a psychiatric
ward.
It’s amazing in all senses of
the word – amazingly
original, amazingly hilarious
and amazingly terrible,
leaving you in equal amounts
of bewilderment and
hysterics.
So maybe I can put them on
one side the fine line… This
lot are onto something, and I
hope more will begin to take
their silliness more seriously. - Oxfordshire Music Scene Magazine - Josie Allchin


Discography

Quixotic, 4 track EP recorded January 2009.
Two tracks, Super Badger and Above Me are available to hear on the Myspace site: www.myspace.com/quadrophobe)

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Bio

Recent finalists of Jack FM's Next Big Thing competition, Quadrophobe hark from a town where the only two major pastimes are forming bands & drinking. Beginning life as a culmination of both, Quadrophobe quickly escalated into an all-consuming song and dance.

They have extensive local gigging experience, and have recently enjoyed promotion from local radio stations (BBC Oxford, Jack FM, Studyvox FM, This Reality podcast) as well as positive reviews (Oxfordshire Music Scene Magazine - http://www.vitaloxford.com/publications/oms_issue6.pdf - page 8).

Since formation, they have written songs, broken genre taboos, ridden a piano through a small Oxfordshire village, gigged, and pioneered the Jazz Elephant; roughly in that order.

For further info, see our website (listed below), our Facebook group (search Quadrophobe on Facebook) or our Myspace site (www.myspace.com/quadrophobe)