Madness' Theatre Of The Absurd Presents C’est La Vie is an arresting album full of tension and mystique, updating their kitchen-sink drama appeal into a further-fractured world.
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.
Dizzee Rascal celebrates 20 years since Boy In Da Corner, his debut album - and one of the most influential grime records in history - with the Welsh stop of his tour.
Brisk indiepop, lyrical narratives and jangling melodies populate anti-'corporate' indie band Swansea Sound's new album, Twentieth Century.
A short story to savour, Claire Keegan's So Late In The Day is moving and intimate, despite its misogynistic narrator.
Relive the magic of Liam Gallagher's Knebworth 22 performance at home, featuring an electrifying setlist and connection with the crowd.
Cormac Neeson of The Answer discusses their sterling comeback album Sundowners and their epic return to the Steelhouse Festival.
Fusing dub, reggae, and Ghanian melodies in African Head Charge's latest studio album, A Trip To Bolgatanga creates a rich musical journey.
Blending visual circus with creative audio description, director Kate Lawrence shares insights into her aerial hoop performance Holes at Beyond The Border's 30th-anniversary festival.
Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson returns with RökFlöte, a new album that celebrates his 55th year with the iconic band, exploring prog-rock and folk, as well as Norse mythology and lyric poetry.
Sleaford Mods' latest album UK Grim is a raw, aggressive state-of-the-nation address that tackles social fractiousness and political disillusionment.
From celebrating the Suffragettes to Welsh indie music to riotous comedy, here's everything going on in Wales directly linked to - or themed around - International Women's Day.
Even though 24 years have passed since Mamma Mia! premiered in London, its latest UK and international tour still captures the same enchanting atmosphere as it did in 1999.
Bulgarian film January is a diverting, strange but intriguing examination of death and political chaos which will reward those patient enough to immerse themselves.
Sitting above the busy Pizzeria Villagio at 73B Merthyr Road – hence the name – Sopra 73 brings Italian-French flair to Whitchurch Village.
Put it down to football fever, or the triumphant success of his first-ever number-one album, but when Jamie T’s tour pulls into Cardiff, it feels like a momentous occasion.
The grittiest, explosive of lineups were in the house tonight for Brighton’s Keg - a seven-piece barrage taking the floor downstairs of Clwb Ifor Bach.
South Africa’s beloved pianist Abdullah Ibrahim made a heartfelt solo stop at WMC’s Llais Festival during a brief European tour.
Bob Dylan – the songwriter, the lyricist, the poet, the legend – will remain in my heart and mind for a long time.
With themes of race, identity and survivorship, comedian Shazia Mirza explains how she came up with Coconut, with inspiration for the latter coming from reality TV of all places.
Shygirl reveals a more vulnerable side not often seen with debut album Nymph. It's safe to say it has been worth the wait.
Cardiff Wine Passport is a great idea, stylishly realised, and great fun too: our foodie writer Jonathan Swain is already raising a glass to 2023’s version.
No Rules Sandy, the fourth long-player from US electronic nova-pop duo Sylvan Esso, is well worth staying out for, like a night out with Robyn and Rozi Plain.
Solid and always watchable, Eiffel never quite reaches the Tower’s actual dramatic heights, and has a Sunday afternoon movie feel.