The recently Grammy-nominated Noah Kahan certainly leaves an impression in Cardiff, and buckets of emotional dependence amongst this packed-out crowd.
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Two of the creators of Feral Monster, an explosive new musical from National Theatre Wales, tell us what it was like penning the queer and chaotic show.
Full of rustic French charm and an earthy tranquality, The Taste Of Things is a genuinely heart- and soul-warming pick this Valentine’s Day.
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.
The latest Minas EP is a raw and unfiltered exploration of the struggles and complexities of working-class life.
Dive into Chelsea Wolfe's haunting vocals and dense gothic compositions in She Reaches Out To She.
2024 really is in prime position for bands like The Chisel, who sum up the working man's feelings explosively on What A Fucking Nightmare.
Following a string of club nights, Shygirl transports her listeners to Club Shy: an EP charged with her own combined experiences of nightclub culture.
Sarah Marsh’s A Sign Of Her Own provides a spotlight on the deaf community and the different methods of communication encouraged by the inventor Alexander Graham Bell.
Somehow, Declan McKenna still feels a tad under the radar despite being one of the finest indie songwriters of the past decade. Perhaps his new album What Happened To The Beach? can change that.
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.
An epic, melancholic family dynasty that shows Zac Efron in a new light, The Iron Claw impresses with its emotional, as well as physical, bodyslams.
Ie Ie Ie is an important, well-performed and well-constructed show from Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru that should be taken to every school in Wales.
“Storytellling changes minds, not debates” – SCREEN DEEP explores film & TV’s world-changing possibilities
Ellen E. Jones’ Screen Deep: How Film And TV Can Solve Racism And Save The World seeks to explore how popular media can shape our view of minority ethnic groups.
Andrew McMillan's Pity follows three male generations of a family whose lives have been shaped by the mining industry’s demise.
The Past Master is a book that will do exactly that, its action fun, fast and – with the YA audience in mind – somewhat safer than adult-centred fiction.
“The beauty of this album is not thinking too deeply” – DECLAN MCKENNA on the inspirations & process behind new album
Third album What Happened To The Beach? finds Declan McKenna in creative cruise control, trusting his instincts more than ever.
Joanne Burn is on a mission to uncover what lies beneath in her new novel The Bone Hunters, which exposes the magnificent fossils locked under Lyme Regis’ Jurassic cliffs.
Comedy curators Little Wander are embarking on a big ‘ol celebratory tour of national talent soon – some you’ll have heard of, and some you might not have.
Nige Tassell talks about his book Whatever Happened To The C86 Kids?, which tracks down musicians who created a vital underground scene nearly 40 years ago.
Beaming smiles from the stage and in the crowd suggest a job well done by Therapy? for their belated 30th anniversary gig in Cardiff.
Vauhini Vara dives deep into the vast strangeness of the human experience with This Is Salvaged: a collection of 10 short stories navigating the emotional landscapes of feeling lost.
When a book is tipped for the Booker Prize this early in the year, the anticipation of reading it increases – and in the case of My Friends by Hisham Matar I’m inclined to agree.