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Esuna: New band members, math rock and Oxjam Cardiff Takeover

Last Sunday I caught up with Esuna to have a chat and record a short podcast. They’re playing the Oxjam Cardiff Takeover, and were kind enough to agree to be interviewed about their new band member, their new material and … Continue reading

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ArcTanGent: Maths can be fun

For the best part of a decade the tail end of my August was reserved for Reading Festival. I loved the fact that I could watch such a variety of modern indie and rock music with some great friends. But … Continue reading

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Feast of the East

Having blogged about the live music scene I’ve grown up with in West Wales last week, I’ve been lucky enough to experience some of the best that Cardiff has to offer over the last couple of days. Whereas the live … Continue reading

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Swn Day 2: The City Strikes Back

First act of day 2 was Aled Rheon at the Angel Hotel. It’s a weird venue, and feels like I’m attending someone’s wedding, but the melancholy nature of Aled’s songs would perhaps not be entirely fitting. His soft vocals and … Continue reading

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