It feels like AMBY goes way back with We're No Heroes (Tom Collins, Luke Llewellyn, and Michael Owen). We remember speaking with them about their favourite gigs, interviewing them back in 2013, and seeing the always fantastic photographs of the lads running around with the WNH letters. Now, two years
Certain things are a given during the summer season, around the world. A rise in barbeques, long days and late nights spent in beer gardens, and music festivals (just to name three of my favourites). Cardiff city centre played host to the inaugural X Music Festival over the weekend (June
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Qemists are the essential band to play any live festival, you can just image their music going off at 2am and people being brought back from the edge of tiredness with shot of adrenaline in the arm, so their tour stops in Cardiff just to give us that.
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I caught Cambridge alternative-rock five-some Lonely The Brave back at Download Festival 2014, calling them “gimmick free and exhilarating to listen to it their short set. Imagine The National in their glory and add crank up the sound to heavy and this is it, still full of richness, gruff guitar
A day before Valentine’s day, halfway through a mega-tour and you’d have thought that the love in the air had been peeled away in a venue that had been down-graded in size. Was South Wales falling out of love with a band it had always adorned in the past? Well
The Iowa Metal-titans certainly aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, however it seems they are South Wales’s with this the first date on their UK to sell out. As you entered the arena there was no-doubt a sense of electricity in the air, fans spawning from different generations including those in
A miserable night again in the UK, as storms are battering coastlines, destroying houses and ripping up trees! In Cardiff however there was a ray of sunlight in the form of hometown heroes Zervas and Pepper. A husband and wife who perform together with harmony-heavy folk rock, that have already
I’ve recently discovered Georgia Ruth through a friend of mine. I was jaw dropped and whisked away with her bitter-sweet melodies that just leave you twirling around in a state of tranquillity. This is her debut record Week of Pines and let me tell you why you have to hear
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