Three new releases this week from Rae Sam, Junodream and Rosalie Cunningham, all now added to the entssouthwales Behind The Tracks playlist on Spotify, curated to compliment this feature and for you to enjoy at your leisure! Rae Sam – Wildly Me Born in Wales, country-pop artist Rae Sam’s third single is from her debutContinue reading “Behind The Tracks with Rae Sam, Junodream & Rosalie Cunningham”
Philippe Cohen Solal and Mike Lindsay are set to release the brand-new album Outsider on Friday 5th February 2021 on ¡Ya Basta! Records. Inspired by America’s most celebrated Outsider artist Henry Darger the album promises lush, twisted 1950s/60s Americana with stunning, vintage analogue instrumentation transporting the listener into panoramic realms. The album is a musicalContinue reading “My Music DNA: Philippe Cohen Solal”
Let’s Rock will be celebrating some of the best music and most loved acts from the 1980s via their Lets Rock Christmas Show with headliners Tony Hadley, Kim Wilde, Go West, Nik Kershaw and T’ Pau.
It comes as welcome news to audiences in Wales as theatre resumes in the Welsh capital next spring. Lovers of live music and theatre are invited to take their seats for the inaugural Live Under the Stars attraction at Cardiff Castle which runs from 22 March to 11 April 2021.
Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show is set to return to UK theatre stages in 2021.
Andy Howells remembers 60s chart star Spencer Davis appearance in Sixties Gold at St David’s Hall in October 2014.
Flashback Friday returns with a series of reviews from previous years celebrating the best in live music and theatre. If you remember attending any of the shows please send us your memories.
Distance is the long-awaited debut album from Scottish musician Popcorn Fiend, and follows the recent release of the single Bear on Bear. The album, released on September 18, is the culmination of a journey that started in Aberdeen in 2003 with Popcorn Fiend’s ahead-of-its-time debut EP Subliminal Messages Will Mess With Your Mind. A productContinue reading “My Music DNA: Popcorn Fiend”
This week’s Throwback Thursday recalls The Who’s 1966 gig at Coed eva Community College, Cwmbran with support from The Pieces of Mind and The Right of Man.
Kyle Legall, a Welsh artist from Butetown, Cardiff, has created an illustrated, digital graphic novel which brings accounts of the Cardiff race riots to life.