The Chemical Brothers' electrifying performance in Cardiff Bay ends the city's summer of music with a sonic spectacle and dazzling visuals.
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Started by two mates, after four parties of freedom, expression and talent-packed DJ sets have made CINC Cardiff the must-go event for the queer community.
Glitterbox makes a storming debut at Cardiff Castle in a show filled with talented queer performers, epic disco beats, and a crowd that knows how to dance.
Glitterbox creative manager Amanda Hamilton shares insights on their success, inclusive atmosphere, and what to expect at one of their events.
“Music should be about shocking people” – LEFTFIELD’s Neil Barnes on making music that defies conformity & ignites dancefloors
Neil Barnes of Leftfield discusses the duo's commitment to staying unique in the dance music scene, as well as their progressive ideas that link music and psychotherapy.
Ex-ravers, young teens, and music enthusiasts gathered at Cardiff International Arena for Fatboy Slim's headline set, full of energy, tribute, and experimental tracks.
“FATBOY SLIM is not turning 60! He exists outside the age barrier” – Norman Cook talks togetherness on tour & his ageless alter ego
Fatboy Slim discusses his passion for dance music, most memorable show - the infamous Big Beach Boutique II - and the experience of togetherness and release he's bringing to his upcoming UK tour.
Cardiff rave brand CYNT’s first major shindig since the new year took off with a startling bang, due in part to the sheer audacity of Cardiff’s newest clubbers’ venue, District.
“Kink seems scary but we’re here to support each other” – Cardiff’s new kinky queer disco night, CINC
One area Cardiff perhaps lacks in is queer, music-focused events, so the debut of CINC ought to go down well with anyone who fancies a night where you can be completely yourself.
Northern soul has been making its mark in Penarth since 2014, thanks to the Soul Club founded by Liam Curtin and Shelley Barrett - now coming to an end after their Llais set.
“People rose eyebrows about us in Cardiff – no one was doing what we were” – beloved Cardiff club promoters DELETE throw one last summer party
After 12 years of parties, the guys behind one of Cardiff’s most popular house music nights announce their final event. Francesca Gardner speaks with Lee Graves, Ben Heffernan, Matt Owen and Marc Parsons from Delete.
At the Tramshed on the opening night of Cardiff's 6 Music Festival, DJ sets from Sherelle, Overmono, Afrodeutsche, Tom Ravenscroft and Elkka range from 90s house revivalism to high-BPM hardcore and jungle.
London DJ Harry McCanna is headed to Hippos club night in Swansea for a Boxing Day bash that promises some tasty beats.
UK drum'n'bass mainstay Turno makes two Welsh appearences this December: The Attic in Swansea and The Vaults in Cardiff Bay.
Bourne out of the South Wales mod scene, expect the sounds of 60s from Fabulous' Cathays Sports and Social Club gig.
After a year and a half delay, Fam Jam finally gets a long-overdue launch party at Jacob’s Market in Cardiff with headliner Truly Madly.
Kelly Lee Owens' first non-festival performance in Wales - Cardiff's Student Union - can reasonably be called 'long-awaited.'
Rescheduled from September, Koven and Something Something are set to fill Sin City in Swansea with frothy d'n'b and dubstep.
Twisted Roots is bringing the best of drum'n'bass startup, Exit Records to Cardiff this Friday night for a debut showcase.
North Wales club promoters Manipulate_'s 20th birthday party brings progressive house titan Sasha to his home town of Bangor on Fri 5 Nov.
This Fatboy Slim arena tour - titled We’ve Come A Long Long Way Together - points to an evening of unashamed nostalgia being in the offing.
Eats Everything plays two sets in Swansea this Friday, meaning twice as much upfront house chug and techno-adjacent bounce for your buck.
Good Life's immersive Motel Malice tour stopped at Cardiff’s Tramshed last Friday with headliners Folamour and Elkka.