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Neil Crud On TudnoFM – Show #122

By |August 27th, 2018|0 Comments

Celavi (pronounced Keh-La-Vee) are from Bangor and have been a dark force to be reckoned with since the start of the year. Recently releasing their debut single Pan!c and taking their gothness onto the road for the first time, it was a no brainer to invite them onto the show to do a live session. Sarah and Gwion from the band gladly obliged. Check out their fb page.

Neil Crud on TudnoFM – Show 122
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27th August

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Justin of Skinflick played Bar Blu, Rhyl today in 2003 (click pic for review)

27.08.2016 – Gintis, The Good Host, Fuzzasaurus play Wild Horse Brewery, Llandudno
27.08.2008 – Black Acid, The Big Pink & Wondercut play Central Station, Wrexham
27.08.2007 – Global Parasite, Skunkfish, Lantern, Carpet play Hendre Hall, Tal-y-Bont
27.08.2006 – Get Off The Internet Festival at Hendre Hall, Tal-y-Bont was cancelled (prob as everyone was online!)
27.08.2006 – Hot Puppies support The Grates at B’ham Academy
27.08.2006 – DeMask play Red Lion, St Asaph
27.08.2006 – Justin Robertson & Jo Jo de Freq play Central Station, Wrexham
27.08.2004 – Ephesus + Jamie Cardno play Shooters, Rhyl
27.08.2004 – Super Furry Animals play Reading Festival
27.08.2003 – Skinflick + 9XDead + Pain Deleted play Bar Blu, Rhyl
27.08.2000 – 999, 0898, Sulphur play West Shore Social, Llandudno
27.08.2000 – Super Furry Animals play Leeds Festival
27.08.1999 – Super Furry Animals play Biddinghuizen, The Netherlands
27.08.1998 – Super Furry Animals play Blackwood Miners Institute
27.08.1996 – Sons of Selina are stopped from playing The Rockfest at Rhyl by the council over noise complaints
27.08.1992 – Psychosexual Sex Terrestrials play Flix, Llandudno
27.08.1991 – Dave Sharp rel LP ‘Hard Travellin’
27.08.1985 – Birthday of Jeff (of Cyris, Sullen)

26th August

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26.08.1996 – Pineapple headline showcase gig at Tivoli, Buckley
26.08.1996 – Catatonia‘s single You’ve Got a Lot To Answer For is released
26.08.1994 – GMX Stuns play Record Co audition in Surrey
26.08.1992 – Psycho Sexual Sex Terrestrials single Stuart reviewed in NME ‘Go back to your bedrooms as you’re not musicians.’
26.08.1992 – Therapy? play TJ’s Newport
26.08.1988 – Vale Advertiser runs a full page story on 4Q claiming their latest ban is part of a conspiracy against them.
26.08.1988 – Anhrefn, Jess play Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan
26.08.1987 – Anhrefn play the Old Vic, Brighton. Marc Mucus leaves 4Q

25th August

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25.08.2013 – Artisfiction play Northwich Music Festival
25.08.2007 – Global Parasite play The Maze, Nott’m
25.08.2007 – Snogfest held at Hendre Hall, Tal-y-Bont
25.08.2007 – Super Furry Animals play Metro Weekender, Cardiff
25.08.2006 – Bleed play MASE, Old Colwyn
25.08.2006 – Sona, Murder Scene Love Affair play Speakers Corner, Colwyn Bay
25.08.2005 – Racketears play Prince Madoc, Colwyn Bay
25.08.2004 – Carpet + Mendes play Bar Blu, Rhyl

25.08.2000 – Super Furry Animals play Glasgow Green Festival, Scotland
25.08.1997 – Super Furry Animals LP ‘Radiator’ is released
25.08.1995 – Super Furry Animals play Reading Festival
25.08.1995 – Sons of Selina play Bistro, Rhyl
25.08.1990 – 4Q gig at Bangor Football Club is cancelled

24th August

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24.08.2017 – Lolfa Binc make their live debut at The North, Rhyl with Teeth Crack, Spam Javelin (review)
24.08.2013 – Atlas Will Atone play Bethel Village Fair
24.08.2010 – Filming began in Rhyl of Vinyl – The Movie
24.08.2008 – Gintis‘ 2nd Adam Walton session is Broadcast on BBC Radio Wales
24.08.2007 – Snogfest is held at Hendre Hall, Bangor, feat; Cane Toads
24.08.2007 – Danblagroyd play Katie Fitzgerald’s, Stourbridge
24.08.2007 – Global Parasite play Gravy Train, Newton-le-Willows
24.08.2005 – Dressed Naked play Bar Blu, Rhyl
24.08.1996 – Super Furry Animals play Reading Festival
24.08.1990 – Skinflick, Vaffan Coulo play Ffridd Bar, Bangor (poster)