Ahead of a UK tour that takes the regrouped shoegaze originators back to Wales for the first time in over 30 years, Buzz’s Teresa Delfino spoke with Slowdive’s Neil Halstead.
Step into the sonic time machine with The Libertines in this electrifying but intimate Cardiff gig - a raw a preview of the upcoming album.
Huw Stephens' BBC 6 Music celebration at Clwb Ifor Bach was a night filled with Welsh-language folk-dance and psych-garage rock.
Noel Gallagher packs out Cardiff Utilita Arena with many generations of people, a testament to the legacy of his career.
Neil Young's new acoustic album, Before And After, reaches to the past with knowingly scuffed re-recordings of songs from down the decades.
The nine essays in Seren's new title Cymru & I add up to a provocative collection from the differing perspectives of Welsh identity.
Ahead of a weekend that sees Waiting Room, an ambitious two-day theatrical showcase of some of his favourite new acts (plus himself…), in Cardiff’s Cultvr Lab venue, James Minas tells Buzz’s Teresa Delfino about it all.
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.
Medicine is cult Swedish group Goat’s newest harmonic transformation: bewitching folk-rock that stretches tried and tested psychedelic signifiers.
Explore the vibrant Swansea Fringe Festival and its unique music lineup, including Aisha Kigs, Nookee, Slate, and more.
“I’m serving myself up before anyone else critiques me” – BAXTER DURY on Welsh links, rap & nepotism
Teresa Delfino speaks to Baxter Dury about his parental connections – and not the one you might think – rap leanings and the positive side of nerves.
Despite a confusing amalgamation of sounds on One Man Band, Miles Kane still doesn’t fail to shine during the record’s less imposing moments.