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  • Six Weeks Of Summer…. The Blog Part Four

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    Ding Ding – Round 4, August 14-21 Summer is well under way but you’d never believe it with the weather we’ve had, so here are some more suggestions to help you avoid the rain and get out of the house, plus another instalment of our Random Summer 7’s Playlist.   Craft In The Bay For the craft minded this place is well…

  • Six Weeks Of Summer…. The Blog Part Three

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    Shabba! – Round 3, August 7-14 Already at week 3 folks, here are some more suggestions for you plus another Random Summer 7’s Playlist.   Gwdihw Space Is The Place: Afro-futurism, Space-Jazz, Electronica Cosmogramma got some more intergalactic magic on August 12th as they explore Afro-futurism, space-jazz & cosmic electronica! Expect the likes of Flying Lotus, Sun-Ra, Art Blakey, BadBadNotGood,…

  • Six Weeks Of Summer…. The Blog Part Two

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    Ding Ding – Round 2, August 1-9 Six weeks of summer, time to find things to fill your time, live music, local disco, raves, festivals new vinyl releases, anything that is off the radar in and around Cardiff.   Gwdihw The always popular Gwdihw have an interesting line up on Wednesday 2nd August.   Clwb Ifor Bach Clwb Ifor Bach…

  • Six Weeks Of Summer…. The Blog

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    Schools Out… 24th July Six weeks of summer, time to find things to fill your time, live music, local disco, raves, festivals new vinyl releases, anything that is off the radar in and around Cardiff.   Clwb Ifor Bach Friday 28th DISCO MOTEL VOL.9 – The Disco Carnival. 10pm £3/£4/18+ Tickets Available Now. As always.. We’ll be throwing glitter to…

  • PROGRESSIVE ROCKS…

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    We have a guest blog this week from Marsha Balaeva, we reached out to her after seeing her photos on Instagram and she has kindly sent us a write up about her video work that has been nominated for an award by Prog Magazine. Plus we have information form a local band about there new album.     Don’t you…

  • Zen And The Art Of Record Collecting

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      We have been buying music collections off people for decades and as a rule we will buy in any piece of popular vinyl if it is in playable condition. Anybody who has been into our shop will see the amount of vinyl we have on display but may not realize we have crates of LP’s & CD’s stored out…

  • Nuclear Blast

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    This month it has been mainly “Metal LP’s” we have been able to fully recharge our heavy metal section, so much so that we had to move the section outside because we needed the extra space. We buy in lots of vinyl but it is unusual to get such a huge collection in such excellent condition, the chap in question…

  • The Inner Sleeve…. The 1980’s Now And Then

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      If the shop had a voice we suppose it would be a colourful mix of many sounds, and be constantly moving in and out of styles like a folk psych hip hop mix with progressive undertones and soulful sentiment. Or maybe a very geeky monologue about the importance of the matrix numbers in the Runoff of a record. So…

  • Don’t judge a book by its cover, but sometimes why don’t you?

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    When I’m browsing records it’s often the artwork that draws me in (no pun intended). There’s something about album art that I can’t resist, in my opinion there’s nothing more boring than picking up a record and seeing some second rate blandness (EVERY PHIL COLLINS RECORD FOR EXAMPLE). I know, you’re not supposed to judge albums by their art, but…

  • Are We About To See A Rise In Political and Protest Music?

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    Should music make you forget about your everyday worries, the troubles of the world and carry you to a safe house of solitude? Or should music grab you by the scruff of the neck, drag you kicking and screaming to the real issues?  Man.  I think it’s kind of a combination of both. They do say that music is inspired…