“A big thank you to everyone who donated – friends, acquaintances, strangers, artists, fans. I fucking love you all…”
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night patrolwhich evolved from the mag launched in 1991 Curfewwas instrumental in helping bands get their big breaks, such as spotlighting the early days of Radiohead (which was once known as On A Friday).
Although the initial goal has been achieved, Munro encouraged supporters to continue participating in the draw, which runs until July 29, to further strengthen his future.
More money will night patrol to print for longer, working on a 30-year-old archive of the Oxford music scene and possibly reviving the local music festival, The Oxford Punt.
We’ve had so much support from Nightshift. All the Oxford bands did and still do. It was so awesome when you put us on the cover. I know which accolade means the most to me… and it’s still a great read (and very funny: I remember one review from a band that was so cruel you typed it in wingdings…) https://t.co/NjhNKQyep3
—Jonny Greenwood (@JnnyG) May 1, 2019
The magazine is expected to return in digital form from September and, provided COVID-19 restrictions are fully lifted as planned, back in print in October.
Supporters can continue to participate in the draw here. Other prizes include VIP packages for Truck Festival 2022 and a Golden Ticket courtesy of the O2 Academy Oxford which will entitle the winner and one free entry plus one to any O2 Academy venue during 12 months.