Friday, March 26, 2010
If you have been wandering past the Millennium Music Hall in Cardiff you might have noticed some posters for a band called 'Renegades'. Like many you probably thought they were some new hip band that weren't on your radar. You were wrong. It's been revealed that Renegades is actually the usually CIA selling Feeder!
The cheeky scamps have been having some fun playing secret shows as 'Renegades', even turning up in London pubs. This 800-capacity show is still small by their standards, so if you can get in and get a ticket you'll be in for a treat.
Tickets come with a free copy of the band's new Renegades EP too which you'll collect on arrival at the venue.
FEEDER play Millennium Music Hall, Monday 19th April. Tickets from 0871 230 5595 or www.gigsandtours.com or 0871 2200 260
Thursday, March 25, 2010
We are is excited to announce that we are be hosting a night at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff on Bank holiday Sunday 30th May. The evening features 4 of the brightest hopes from Wales including Gareth Pearson, Jimi Alexander & the Satellites, Bright Light Bright Light & Jessica Lee Morgan. The event includes a workshop by Gareth Pearson at 4.30 pm (Free to ticket holders). The music begins from 6.30 pm so get there early to avoid missing any of the acts.
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Cardiff's premier small band may have dispanded but they are releasing a swansong covers EP the final in their 'decology' series.Tracks inlcude:
* Grandstand Theme
* Debaser by The Pixies
* KKK Took My Baby Away by The Ramones
* AM180 by Grandaddy
It is available for £3 from Bubblewrap Records (from 10th March)
They may be dead and buried but there is still more to come in the next 6 months from Little My in the form of releases. Keep your eyes peeled for the elusive 'Little My's Fifth' as well as the highly anticipated album featuring 26 songs, A-Z.
Little My are dead - long live Little My!
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Monday, March 22, 2010
Queen guitarist Brian May has joined a fight to prevent a badger cull in mid and west Wales to help combat bovine TB infection. May described the proposed cull as 'bad science'and 'genocide'. He joined the Badger Trust in Swansea as they sought a legal challenge to the proposed cull.