Welsh Music Prize 2018 winner revealed

Day-glo indie-rockers Boy Azooga have won the Welsh Music Prize 2018 for their album 1,2, Kung Fu, beating off stiff competition from Manic Street Preachers, Gwenno and Gruff Rhys.

Interview: Estrons

‘Turmeric. Slippery elm. Nail varnish to coat my fingertips!’ Estrons’ Taliesyn Källström lets us in on how the ferocious Welsh fourpiece are preparing for their massive upcoming tour...

Interview: Novo Amor

Cardiff acoustic ace Ali Lacey, aka Novo Amor, on the making of his debut LP Birthplace, and why he’s teaming up with environmental charities to limit the impact of his upcoming tour…

Featured artist: Boy Azooga

Welsh fourpiece Boy Azooga are the brainchild of Davey Newington, a maraca-loving, sleighbell-waving multi-instrumentalist with exotic tastes. Tune in here...

30 seconds interview: CHROMA

Welsh trio CHROMA are a formidable live presence on the alt-rock scene, whipping up thumping riffs, high-energy beats and wild powerhouse vocals.