Monthly Archives: August 2013

The funnest doom and gloom

I wasn’t going to blog about last night’s Loma Prieta, Bastions and Monolithian gig in Bristol’s Exchange – I’ve never had a chance to properly check out the bands, and I’ve got no desire to do an NME and criticise … Continue reading

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Face to Face with good music

When I was growing up and trying to get my head around music, I had my twin brother to bounce ideas off. I used to mock him about bands he liked, but in retrospect I had little right to as … Continue reading

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Heavy as hell: Circle Takes the Square and Code Orange Kids

I go to some gigs because I know the music so well I’m unbelievably amped to see how it goes live. Some other times it’s just because someone’s invited me. I went to Bristol’s Exchange last night to see Circle … Continue reading

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Ffrijing good fun

On Thursday night I played live for the first time in a while in Four Bars in Cardiff with Ffrinj Caerdydd. I was only playing one song, a version of the Byrds’ Bells of Rhymney. It was great fun playing … Continue reading

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