Tag - Cardiff

Features

The Battle of Banter

The term ‘banter’ is pretty friendly.  Or at least, it used to be. Once upon a time, it meant an amicable ‘rib-digging’ between two leisurely...

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Blurred Lines

 
Blurred Lines:  the best-selling single of 2013, number one in fourteen countries and the fastest selling song in digital history. Why then has a...

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Cardiff at Christmas

The Christmas holidays. Most students start counting down the days to this frenzy of seasonal television, Baileys and pyjamas as legitimate daywear in...

Music

Interview: Nai Harvest

Sheffield’s emo-rock two-piece Nai Harvest popped in for a chat with Charlie Mock about their new record, Gnarwolves and Twin Peaks.

Let’s start by...

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Interview: Wolf Alice

Indie rock quartet Wolf Alice popped in for a chat with Charlie Mock to talk NME, touring and what they want for Christmas.

 
Firstly, your name is a...

Music

Sŵn Festival – Sunday

Aled Rheon – The Hayes 
Aled Rheon represents what Sŵn Fest is all about. Performing his carefully written songs in both Welsh and English, the...

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Sŵn Festival – Saturday

Rhodri Brooks
Rhodri Brooks’ electric guitar remained muted and mellow as the inevitable rain hit The Hayes at the start of his set. However, the unassuming...

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Sŵn Festival – Friday

Samoans 
There’s a sense of trepidation floating around Four Bars as the clock strikes 11. Cardiff’s prodigal sons Samoans have returned from an almost...

Music

Sŵn Festival: Thursday

Chlöe Howl – The Angel Hotel
At just 18 years of age, Chlöe Howl writes the sort of brutally honest, cynical lyrics about what it is to be young that...

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Interview: John Rostron

Tom Connick got the lowdown on Sŵn from the Father of the festival, John Rostron. 

For the uninitiated, can you explain what Sŵn Festival is and why they...

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