Justice Tonight @ Cardiff Uni Solus 01/12/11

Justice Tonight

To paraphrase the lyricism of Alain Boubill, “I dreamed a dream”, a dream where revolution rocker Mick Jones brought an ad hoc lineup of politically charged musos to grace the stage at the Cardiff University Solus. Hang on, it actually happened!

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‘Death Of A Polaroid’ launched at Waterstones Cardiff

Waterstones, The Hayes, Cardiff. The scene for the launch of the first of two books by Manic Street Preachers bass player and mouthpiece, Nicky Wire.

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Review – The Guns, ‘F*ck The Demon Outta Me’

The Guns are back again, but bigger, better and more bad ass than before, with F*ck The Demon Outta Me

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The Guns @ 6 Feet Under 29/10/11

The Guns - Photograph by Raychel Harris

It’s Friday night, Halloween is just around the corner and monsterous Blaina boys ‘The Guns’ are having a soirée at Six Feet Under, in the heart of Newport, to mark the release of their latest single ‘Missing Girls’

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Review – Steel Panther, ‘Balls Out’

Hedonistic 80’s metal titans, Steel Panther, are back and their balls are out.

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Review – The Dirty Youth, ‘Fight’

During a mammoth weekend for Welsh rock with the inaugral Merthyr Rock festival showcasing the finest young bands Wales has to offer, The Dirty Youth released their major label debut single, becoming the latest Valleys raised talent to be signed up.

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Goldie Lookin’ Ghost Town

Goldie Lookin’ Chain making a political statement? Yes you heard right!

Newport’s favourite leisurewear clad rap crew are back once again, this time teaming up with ska tribute 2Rude to release a very unique version of The Specials‘ hit ‘Ghost Town’.

The combination of genius timing and a very apt set of (re-written) lyrics makes for the most ‘serious’ Goldie Lookin’ Chain song for a while. Could this be the Welsh answer to the infamous Gallows/Lethal Bizzle version of ‘Starin’ at the Rude Bois’?

Jarrad ‘Nöir’ Owens