With all the love, happiness, and elation shown in the room tonight in Cardiff, it's perfect a reminder of just how bloody good Bombay Bicycle Club are.
With Dream Wife in town for a sold-out show, following the release of their third album Social Lubrication last year, tonight’s the night for bad bitches in Clwb Ifor Bach.
The recently Grammy-nominated Noah Kahan certainly leaves an impression in Cardiff, and buckets of emotional dependence amongst this packed-out crowd.
There’s something euphoria-inducing about Llandjango’s Welsh gypsy jazz, conjuring a perfect timelessness in Cardigan's 45.
Quieter moments at Jeff Rosenstock's live show in Cardiff are received with a solemn thoughtfulness, louder ones with an intense concoction of joy and rage.
A cavalcade of chaos ensues when Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes roll into Cardiff, proving they're still one of the UK's best live bands.
Beaming smiles from the stage and in the crowd suggest a job well done by Therapy? for their belated 30th anniversary gig in Cardiff.
WIth frenetic energy and powerful riffs, a live performance from grunge sensation Skating Polly proves their rise is unstoppable.
Step into the sonic time machine with The Libertines in this electrifying but intimate Cardiff gig - a raw a preview of the upcoming album.
An enchanting world of Welsh folk was erected by The Gentle Good and John Francis Flynn at Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff.
An electric night in Cardiff rock club unfolded when Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard unleased chaos along with Monet and Em Koko.
Huw Stephens' BBC 6 Music celebration at Clwb Ifor Bach was a night filled with Welsh-language folk-dance and psych-garage rock.
Cheeky references, injokes, and most importantly a gamut of outrageous bangers: a ridiculously good show from Bring Me The Horizon on a cold Cardiff night.
Noel Gallagher packs out Cardiff Utilita Arena with many generations of people, a testament to the legacy of his career.
Dawnwalker, Healthyliving and Goat Major make up an evening of sonic doom metal clutter at Newport's Le Pub.
Kelly Jones, Patty Lynn and Dwight Baker's Far From Saints offer a really enjoyable night, leaving the audience with that warm fuzzy feeling.
MINISTRY OF SOUND CLASSICAL, THE STRANGLERS and JAMES ARTHUR announce summer shows outdoors in Wales
Tickets are now on sale for three concerts set to take place in the great outdoors of south Wales next summer: Ministry Of Sound Classical, The Stranglers and James Arthur.
Black Grape warm up frosty noses and cold-bitten toes in a Cardiff show with fresh energy and real teeth.
The Nutty Boys themselves, Madness are still skanking away for audiences around the country - including Cardiff on Monday.
The Cardiff leg of Leona Lewis’ long-awaited Christmas With Love tour was an evening brimming with both festive spirit and a selection of heartwarming moments.
The former Colston Hall in Bristol city centre has had a change of name, as part of a colossal £132 million transformation, and is now aptly named Bristol Beacon.
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.