GIG REVIEW – Marine-core! #1 @ The Marine, Old Colwyn

By |February 29th, 2020|0 Comments

Dogsflesh / Rabo De Toro / Fatalist / Spam Javelin / Entity


I’ve had a few requests from random Americans to join the Marine-core! Facebook group, I don’t think they are intending to visit North Wales, and this was not set up to fetish-ise some elite murder squad.  Marine-core! is rather a celebration of the fact we can sustain alternative music in the area, as we have been for a few years before settling into our accommodating venue of choice.  Sheer sparsity of numbers and disturbance of the gentrified peace is always against us, but we’ve proven that friends are still willing to gather for live original music whether they are particularly into the styles or not. 

NEW SHOW – Neil Crud on TudnoFM – Show #159 with Entity in Session

By |December 9th, 2019|0 Comments

Entity are from the trenches of Trearddur Bay and have been an entity for many years… They’re playing their first gig in five years on Friday (in Bangor) – let’s hope that it, and this ferocious session are the fillip to springboard them into a busy 2020.
Check out their fb page…

Gallops in T.Bay

By |May 5th, 2012|0 Comments

Great way to spend a Bank Holiday weekend… Gallops, We Are Animal, Entity, Sona at The Waterfront in Trearddur Bay…

Mucus, Entity, Micrographia play Rascals, Bangor

By |October 28th, 2010|0 Comments


(review n pix neil crud)

KLAUS KINSKI, DOGBONES, ENTITY @ Rascals, Bangor

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.