Tag: wales

Sera – “Rocks!”

Sera – “Rocks!”

Fans of folk music will probably be familiar with Folkstock Records, a prolific boutique label well known for championing new, acoustic folk and roots music. We’ve come to expect excellence from them, but rock? That would be unexpected. Expect the unexpected. Following the release of her fourth album, Little Girl, Welsh singer-songwriter Sera selected a handful of tracks with a […]

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The Joy Formidable – “Hitch”

The Joy Formidable – “Hitch”

Ever since their debut record The Big Roar, Welsh trio The Joy Formidable have worked hard to carve their place in the indie rock world. The trio of lead singer and guitarist Ritzy Bryan, bassist Rhydian Dafydd and drummer Matt Thomas create a sound that is distinctively their own, a mix of a beautiful voice backed by a heavy, melodic roar. […]

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Melodic Tonic, vol. 20

Melodic Tonic, vol. 20

Happy Monday, and welcome to another serving of the Melodic Tonic, vol 20, which features new music cocktails to get your week started off right. Since the CMJ Music Marathon kicks off this week in New York, let’s get started with two artists who represent that scene before we explore fresh new tunes from Denmark and Wales and a new indie supergroup from […]

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Lights That Change – “Voices”

Lights That Change – “Voices”

On May 11, Welsh shoegazers Lights That Change will release their latest single, “Voices” which will appear on their upcoming record, Byzantium. “Voices” is an ethereal dreamscape of a track, featuring beautiful, yet haunting vocals from singer Mandy Clare.  It’s a stunning track, and it has us excited to hear what their leader Marc Joy has in store for us on […]

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REVOLUTION – The Shoegaze Revival

REVOLUTION – The Shoegaze Revival

It’s really incredible to look at the state of shoegaze within the last year. Seeing bands like the reunited Slowdive headlining festivals all around the world, and an incredible revival of the genre as a whole have positioned this year to be one of the best for the genre. Ear to Ear Records, a new Welsh-Canadian label, have put together […]

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