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JK Flesh and Daniel O’Sullivan join fundraiser for homelessness charity

Oxford’s Audioscope festival in aid of Shelter takes place in November

Raising money for the homelessness charity Shelter, the Audioscope festival will play out at Oxford’s The Bullingdon on 17 November. This year's line-up features Nathan Fake, Justin Broadrick aka JK Flesh, The KVB, a solo performance by Daniel O’Sullivan, R Seiliog, July Skies, Masiro and Sex Swing.

Since it began in 2001 Audioscope has raised more than £30,000 for the charity. Co-organiser Stuart Fowkes says: “To have been able to present some of our all-time favourite artists from around the world and raise so much to fight homelessness at the same time is both an incredible achievement and a privilege for us.”

Audioscope has also released five albums in aid of Shelter, featuring contributions from Amon Tobin, Eluvium, John Parish, Beak> and Dirty Beaches, among others.

Tickets for Audioscope are on sale now, priced £17.50.