Month: May 2015

The GTFM Radio Jukebox Roadshow.

The GTFM Radio Jukebox Roadshow brings the sonic sounds of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s to The NUM Club on Friday, June 12 (7pm to 11.30pm). The evening will also include an auction and raffle. Funds raised from the event will be donated to the re-opened Llwynypia Boys and Girls Club. For details call 07770 656767 or by Rob...

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The Fall on form with regal record by Rob Jones.

The Fall: Sublingual Tablet (Cherry Red Records) 1.        Venice With The Girls 2.        Black Root 3.        Dedication Not Medication 4.        First One Today 5.        Junger Cloth 6.        Stout Man 7.        Auto Chip 2014-2016 8.        Pledge 9.        Snazzy 10.      Fibre Book Troll 11.      Quit iPhone The Fall return with their usual unusual set of leftfield lustre. Sublingual Tablet kicks off in fine style with the garage gungo ho of Venice with the Girls before a sprawling Captain Beefheart v Fad Gadget vibe hits home on the boisterous Black Root. The album is then fed through a Kraturock kaleidoscope via...

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BY Rob Jones An evening with Phil Bennett the Wales and British Lions rugby legend will raise funds for Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Ynyswen. The event is set for Pentre Legion Club in the Rhondda on Friday, June 26, 7pm until late. Entertainer Matt Langley plus food are also attractions and £20 tickets are available via Claire on 07999 693471....

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World of Words (WOW).

World of Words (WOW) is a literacy and well being project that has involved many RCT kids.The project has a fundraising bag pack at Asda, Tonypandy on Saturday, May 16, 10am to 4pm. Any support for this event will be gratefully appreciated. The good cause also has a raffle on the go at Williamstown Post Office until 4pm on Wednesday, May 20. TICKETS are ON SALE AT WILLIAMSTOWN POST OFFICE AND J’S JELLY HEAVEN, PENRHIWFER. PLEASE BUY A TICKET AND HAVE THE CHANCE OF WINNING A PRIZE WHILE SUPPORTING A GOOD LOCAL CAUSE! It is many thanks to Kiera...

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FERRY FUEL PLEASES PUBLIC: The Roxy Music legend live in Cardiff.

Review by Rob Jones Photos by Matthew Becker The opening period of the Bryan Ferry gig at St. David’s Hall, Cardiff was largely exacerbated by infectious up tempo rhythms from the sumptuous Avonmore album. Several tracks from the contemporary Ferry long player were met with appreciative approval and their golden guile has a rock treasure still cutting the mustard even in to his fifth decade of musical industry. Other career spanning tunes skirted around new material and a penchant for ballads surfaced as well as the notable playing skills of various band members. The eleven piece outfit excelled in...

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