This year we’ll be helping out the good folk at Sŵn Festival, and in particular the lovely Elin Rees of Elin Rees PR, with some press and photography duties in the run up to Cardiff’s biggest and best gathering of the most exciting local, national and international acts around.
Gem White, Event Manager for Sŵn Festival said, “We are really excited for Sŵn Festival 2013, which will be our 7th annual multi-venue new music festival in Cardiff. Last year’s festival was attended by over 5000 people over the 4 days and hosted over 200 live acts and DJs. So we’ve set the bar pretty high for ourselves this year!”
The festival takes place from 17th – 20th October and will be held in a number of the city’s most established live music venues, as well as a few eyeopening haunts in the form of a vintage antiques market, hotel and gothic church.
To check the full lineup for Sŵn Festival visit http://swnfest.com/lineup/ and for further details and press accreditation contact Elin Rees via her website, www.elinrees.com.
Aloud Music Ltd have announced details of Toundra’s European Tour 2012 this week which will see the band hit the road throughout September to promote the release of their fantastic new album (III).
Live dates below:
19.09.12 – Tolosa, Bonberenea, SPAIN
20.09.12 – Metz, Zikametz Festival, FRANCE
22.09.12 – Solingen, Pretty In Noise Festival, GERMANY
23.09.12 – Düsseldorf, Session, GERMANY
24.09.12 – Berlin, Schokoladen, GERMANY
25.09.12 – Chemnitz, AJZ, GERMANY
26.09.12 – Winterthur, Gaswerk, SWITZERLAND
28.09.12 – Thun, Mokka, SWITZERLAND
29.09.12 – Bordeaux, Les Lectures Aléatoires, FRANCE
To celebrate the launch of their debut EP Future Kings Of An Empty Throne The Witches Drum are throwing a party at The Moon Club, Cardiff on 7 July 2012.
Presented by Freakscene the launch will see the Cardiff based heavy psych rockers headline this one off gig to showcase new material and songs from their debut EP with support from Londoners Trippy Wicked And The Cosmic Children Of Knight and Cardiff doom metallers Thorun.
Doors open at 8pm and entry is £3.