By |August 29th, 2010|0 Comments

(review n pix by neil crud)

While we were stuffing pizza into our gobs, we watched Emyr Ankst stuffing sound equipment into his van at the end of the night, and I commented on my envy for people able to make/scrape a living out of music. It must be glorious to make money out of something you love and enjoy, and whereas I spend all my spare money on music, or music related sundries (like beer!), Emyr must warm to the fact that he is in a position to face the guillotine and issue such outrageously resplendent material as Dogbones and Klaus Kinski, and (sometimes) get paid for doing it. So it is hats off to Ankstmusic and another nod in Emyr’s direction for making tonight’s spectacle possible, here, in Upper Bangor.

Klaus Kinski / Dogbones – new split single

By |August 23rd, 2010|0 Comments

Promo video for KLAUS KINSKI’s cover of the DATBLYGU classic Gwlad Ar Fy Nghefn ( Land on My Back) – Available on 7″ split vinyl with THE DOGBONES from www.ankst.net

Dogbones – Aneurin

By |September 16th, 2009|0 Comments

Dogbones well and truly chewed…

I love Dogbones… They’re a sparkling turd on the cracked pavement of life… Dogbones are not just a band, they’re a ticking timebomb, a walking disaster, they are making artistic history simply by breathing…

Halloween in Hendre

By |October 26th, 2006|0 Comments

Wendykurk, Kipperwig, Valleum, Carbonvein @ Hendre Hall, Bangor

By |September 11th, 2003|0 Comments

(review by MWJ – pic by Huw Prestatyn)

So, I was returning from work in Scotland (previous night having endured having to rely on teletext for news on Wales match AND put up with celtic cousins anticipating us not being much of a threat to them in the play-offs, ha!). Anyway, what better way to break up a 5 hour journey than to extend it a bit and go and see some local noise merchants in Hendre