BIG SCARY MONSTERS RECORDS announce indie-rock pop up shop in Cardiff!

Following their successful venture in London last year, Big Scary Monsters Records are bringing their indie-rock pop up shop to the capitol of Cardiff this year including appearances from names such as Tiny Moving Parts, Nervus and Brighton newcomers Orchards. Big Scary Monsters Records are bringing their love for independent music culture to Cardiff’s Duke Street Arcade where lots of exciting giveaways and surprises will take place.

With a shop takeover scheduled for Tiny Moving Parts, in store appearances include Slaughter Beach, Dog, Nervus and Cameron Boucher of Sorority Noise along with Orchards and Jamie Lenman. Surprises including goody bags with every purchase (with a golden ticket prize for all!) and rare merchandise and signed records and test pressings available, Big Scary Monsters Records are grounded in Cardiff for a solid five days where each day is different.

11th April – Opening day
12th April – Tiny Moving Parts takeover / Orchards instore
14th April – Jamie Lenman instore
15th April – Slaughter Beach Dog / Nervus instore
16th April – Cameron Boucher (Sorority Noise) instore / closing day

Be sure to follow Big Scary Monsters Records on Facebook and Twitter for more information.

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Pwer Festival, Cardiff 2018

PwerFESTPwer Festival is a brand new festival set to take place on the 6th of May, 2018, and with a name translated into English as Power, there’s a good chance you’re not going to want to miss this.

Started by two Cardiff based students with a variety of musical experience such as Beers Over Tears, Young Promoters Network and even DJ’ing the most chaotic Wednesday nightclub, Metros. The festival is decidedly taking place at the Gwdihw Cafe Bar. Known for their brightly coloured walls, they’re prominently known for their wide and diverse range of alternative, funk, hip hop and jazz, Gwdihw will be the host for a festival designed to give the youth a voice through music.

Pwer Festival is an exciting event offering student discount and with line-up confirmations coming later this year, it’s a chance to have a good time socialising and discovering music along with like-minded, creative individuals.

Keep up to date with Pwer Festival by following their Facebook and Twitter and save the date!

“Giving a voice to the youth through music.”

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