After such a tremendous night and line up yesterday, I would have happily stayed at home satisfied that I had seen a great festival… That was only round one of three however… Escorting Garry Davies through his birthday weekend, we booked into our accommodation and set off toward town, meeting up with Tom Carroll (of Liverpool’s Bad Mood) for some celebratory beverages.More
I’ve not seen ‘The Revs’ for a couple of years and after tonight I can tell you that nothing has changed; which is exactly as it should be. If it’s not broken, then don’t fix it and The Revolutionary Spirit are an open-top Chevrolet purring as it cruises across a make-believe desert.More
I guess if you’re gonna upset the gods of guitar tuning, you may as well get it over and done with in your own backyard in front of your own people…
In total contrast to their so far very successful Rockin’ Around The Day Jobs Tour to promote their début album Damned Sucker’s Luck, The Wobbly Hearts brought the gremlins with them to Rhyl.
The album has almost sold out it’s initial print run, such is the strength of the songs and their live performances… Of which, we caught snippets and glimpses tonight… When they did get going the whole place shook.More
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Link2wales is proud to announce the release of This Patch Of Land – a compilation album featuring 16 of the current crop of excellent bands associated with the website.
The CD is available for £3.50 (inc p+p) from here or you can download it for £2.50 – all profits will be donated to Ty Gobaith Children’s Care Home.
Release Date 11.09.15 – Cat No. L2W 005
Sorry it’s been a while since I last wrote but I’ve been inundated with new music, so you’ll understand my reasons. As compensation, I’ve sent you these new releases by some artists I know you’ll appreciate.
Remember Efa Supertramp from Pwllheli? Of course you do! Well, after she quit The Stilletoes, who burned bright for a couple of years, she headed across the world before eventually heading to Cardiff with Crav. Together they put together Afiach; a kind of label, distro, freedom fighting faction. They put on gigs, organise Food Not Bombs protests, helping those without etc.More