From the outside, The Bullingdon pub looks like any other pub and even when you get inside it just seems like a normal quiet pub. But then through a tiny set of double doors at the back you're then through to a 300-at-a-squeeze venue which was already dripping with sweat and anticipation ready for the night ahead. Tonight was the night Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs came back to his hometown after a while away on the road around the UK and Europe. It was also a chance to witness a completely new live set up fit with dancers.

Dressed in a blue dinosaur suit TEED is somehow unnoticed when he arrives onstage and the biggest real cheer of the first part of his set is when he put his infamous headdress on. The set starts slowly and it is clear for all to see that Orlando Higginbottom, who is usually just hidden at the back of the stage, hasn't really got the hang of being centre of attention for his live shows. The crowd shyly move along to the first few songs, but the set really starts with 'Garden' which gets everyone moving in the right direction. Higginbottom cheekily asks the engineer to "put it all up" prompting huge cheers which are kept going for TEED's remix of Professor Green's 'Monster'.

The sweet and slow starting 'Household Goods' soon gets everyone going crazy with a huge Max Graham style drop but it's the closer that gets fingers pointing and bodies turning. The song starts like any other TEED song, but then Higginbottom slows it right down and asks the crowd "can we all put our hands up in the air and dance like Russians?" with which they duly oblige. With an album and a whole host of festival appearances over the summer it is set to be a huge year for one of Oxford's newest and finest talents.