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Kevin Shields and My Bloody Valentine

The unthinkable has happened: four years on from initial rumblings, My Bloody Valentine have finally announced reissues of Isn’t Anything and Loveless, as well as a compilation of early EPs. The Irish noisemakers’ brief career gave the world a masterclass in carefully-produced dream pop and spawned a legion of imitators in their wake. A large … Continue reading

Michael Garfield

Acoustic guitars, a floorful of pedals and an improvisatory philosophy When we play the guitar, we don’t often think about its position in the world or how it communicates in a philosophical sense – it’s more about how to best nail the next lick. However, for psychedelic acoustic-looping philosopher Michael Garfield, the player’s relationship with … Continue reading

Chris Cornell

Anyone who knows me will know how much I love Chris Cornell. That voice, the songwriting and his often overlooked guitar playing all transfix me perhaps more than any other artist. Depending on who you ask, the last five years or so have been a bit shaky (see: Scream) but one thing has remained consistent throughout … Continue reading

Rhodri Viney, Ratatosk and Right Hand Left Hand

To say Rhodri Viney has been involved with a few bands in Cardiff is one hell of an understatement. He’s played a role in a staggering number of acts, including Stray Borders, Martin Carr, Sweet Baboo, Vito, Little My, Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci, Sophia, Brave Captain, Cymbient and The Secret Show – the country side project … Continue reading

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