A humble yet striking release, from a well-respected band who subtly employ a refreshing level of unexpectedness to each new project.
Cardiff’s long-time legends of synth and songwriting follow up the success of their album with the official single release and remix for This Ain’t Love.
South Wales creatives The Vanities release the superb track London, from their latest album 2001, as a stand-alone single – and to vast critical acclaim…
Cardiff’s own electro-rock extraordinaires The Vanities storm through with a full-length album of absolute anthems this season.
There’s an impressive level of unity between band members here – a quality that speaks volumes on behalf of their time together, their dedication to the cause, and their passion for the process.
The Debutantes “Wales has always produced good musicians & bands, but like everywhere else in the UK, there’s a lack of good venues for them to play.”
Cardiff’s own creative duo The Debutantes have just released their brand new single and video (If Paradise is) Half As Nice. We caught an interview with the band, to find out more about their journey so far, their thoughts on the scene, and their hopes for the future. Here’s how it went. * * * … Continued
Just before putting on a stunning live show at Cardiff’s Acapela Studios, the one and only David Ford kindly sat down for a chat about all things indie, songwriting, performance, promotion, and much more.
Lily Dooner “Writing music was a form of therapy. It helped me finally find the words that translated what I was going through.”
Prior to the release of her new EP Fool’s Fire this weekend, we caught an interview with artist and musician Lily Dooner to find out more about the project and her approach to songwriting. Here’s how it went. * * * Hi Lily – thanks for the chat! Congrats on the new EP. How would … Continued
The careful hints of emotion that Lily injects into her performances help really bring the lyrics alive, letting them connect on a profound and lasting level. This is the kind of escapism that embraces the darker parts of life and somehow turns them into a strangely warming arena of understanding.
The track bears listening to several times. You begin to notice & pick out more & more of these minimal yet eloquent moments that really make it special.
‘I’ll Try Till I Die’ is a 2015 release from songwriter and guitarist Phillip Foxley. The project is one that shows impressive variation in songwriting style throughout, with both the music and the subject matter changing and evolving as each song takes place – a real showcase of experience and skill. Immensely thoughtful, non-conformist lyrics, firmly place … Continued