It’s an evening for all kinds of music fans at the Utilita Arena in Cardiff, as rockers, ravers, punks and crusties turn out for the return of The Prodigy.
BDRMM aren’t your average static shoegaze mumblers, and this evening they meet the challenge of entertaining a rowdy Saturday crowd.
It’s not all craic and spilled beer with Dundalk folk-rockers The Mary Wallopers… but, in fairness, it mostly is at the Tramshed tonight.
From the first song by Newbury-based singer-songwriter Joe Hicks, it was evident that this was a man comfortable in his musical skin.
The guys at Steelhouse have hit upon the idea of hosting an away day four months after everyone has come down from the musical and literal high of the 2023 festival.
Empire State Bastard's live performance in Cardiff was filled with raw intensity, flawless synergy, as well as a glimpse of new material.
Touring their fourth and latest album Dead Club City, Essex’s Nothing But Thieves took Swansea Arena by storm.
Fall Out Boy treat Cardiff to an epic performance of iconic hits, surprises, and electric stage spectacles.
During their first tour in 40 years, Haircut 100 wow Cardiff’s Tramshed with a clean-cut performance that was like they had never left.
Cardiff’s first Disco Festival is a non-stop party from start to finish, leaving a thirsty audience sated and bathed in sweat and sparkle.
Buzz’s west coast correspondent Julia Deli was in Cardigan town centre for this year’s edition of Cymro-Irish crossover event Other Voices.
Fifteen years after they emerged to fame on X-Factor, JLS are back on tour and in Cardiff for two nights.
Not sure what to expect or listen to to prepare for Stump, Wentz, and co in Cardiff? Joshua Williams picks five crucial Fall Out Boy songs to get in the mood…
90s nostalgia was in full swing when S Club's reunion tour rolled into Cardiff, which also included touching tributes to Paul Cattermole.
Kids In Glass Houses' 15 year anniversary show in Cardiff for Smart Casual is a cathartic experience for long-time fans.
Live in Cardiff for the first time in seven years, when classical superstar Ludovico Einaudi is good, he's astounding.
With Llais as a whole and in her own concert, Gwenno has done exactly what she set out to do: bringing people together in amazement at the beauty of the musical voice.
The enchanting blend of Qawwali and Flamenco at Llais Festival made for unforgettable musical fusion transcending boundaries.
Baxter Dury is an excellent performer in his own right, and the achievements of his band are no less: there’s no doubt about it, this is a must-see act.
A UK premiere of Joni Mitchell songs - performed by the likes of Charlotte Church, Laura Mvula and more - should have put Llais on the map, but sadly falls a bit short.
The Big Moon fill WMC's Weston Studio for theif first Cardiff show since the release of their third album, but they're not quite battle fit.
A fiery fusion of folk and classical music from Budapest Cafe Orchestra gripped audiences at Cardigan's Theatr Mwldan.
Richard Dawson's live performance at Wales Millennium Centre's Llais was recieved with a rapturous standing ovation.
Attendees of Wales Millennium Centre’s Llais were in for a real treat on the festival's second day: a rare live performance from Natasha Khan, aka Bat For Lashes.