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April 2, 2019

The Welsh scene is strong at the moment and a resurgence of young bands after a lot of bands fell off the radar. Bands like Dream State and Holding Absence have paved the way for further bands to start stepping up but we are now in a time where we are seeing the bands mentioned above step into debut album time and it’s an exciting one. Holding Absence have recently dropped their debut self-titled album and it has received fantastic reviews. Now o...

December 30, 2017

Beans On Toast [9] opens the evening and whether you are here to see him or not you will be hard pressed to fight this his comical lyrics and oddly endearing music.

Frontma/comedian/lyrical genius Jay McAllister (Beans On Toast) takes a comical and charismatic approach in his live show. For those that enjoy the vibe of open mics and catching that really talented drunk guy giving it a go in the pub you will absolutely love this refined musicia...

October 10, 2017

Stevie spent the night at The Globe with pocket size punk rock band FrnkIero andthe Paitence with support from the legendary Dave Hause and the Mermaid and The Homeless Gospel Choir.

June 9, 2017

If you were to make a list of bands that were doing things differently in the current music scene you would be hard pressed to find an artist or band that have carved their own path quite as much as While She Sleeps are doing at the moment. As we see the band in a venue where you don't have a choice but to be shoulder to shoulder in the crowd we see When We Were Wolves, The Family and While She Sleeps destroy this Cardiff audience.

Over the past f...

June 9, 2017

Our friend Hannah Nicklin managed to catch the amazing While She Sleeps show as it passed through The Globe in Cardiff with support from The Family and When We Were Wolves.

April 11, 2017

Bad Touch and Broken Witt Rebels are two bands making a real name for themselves so it was no surprise to see both names lands on the Roadstars Tour together! A decent turn out graces The Globe in Cardiff, a venue far from home for both bands which makes it all the more impressive.

Broken Witt Rebels open the night with 'Low' which is sleazy in all the right ways. Powerhouse riffs and breathtaking vocals make sure that anyone who wasn't awake befo...

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