Catch CwCw & Luna Tides at The Big Cwtch this weekend!

If you’re stuck for plans this weekend, head to Carmarthenshire for one of the last Welsh festivals of the Summer – The Big Cwtch! Filled with the best emerging talent Wales has to offer, including Aled Rheon, Baby Queens and Bryde. The festival will also be hosting a range of gourmet street food, pop-up bars and restaurants, along with a range of family fun activities.
Listen To This will be at the festival this weekend filming live sessions with artists for Trackd Music.
Catch Luna Tides on the Lakeside Stage at 1:45PM and CwCw on the Orchard Stage at 3PM. So make it a Saturday to remember and catch both of these great acts.

LUNA TIDES announce debut EP release “Open Woods”



Although the band only formed in January this year they have already attracted a lot of attention from the likes of BBC introducing and Tom Robinson. They have joined forces with the Forte Project and made it onto the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition Long List.

On November 24th, Luna Tides are set to release their debut EP and you can watch the first track on the EP “Open Woods” here:

Upcoming gigs:
September 10th -The Big Cwtch Festival, Carmarthenshire
September 10th – Supporting Top loader, Merthyr
September 30th – Supporting Vinna Bee, Pontypool
November 24th – EP Launch at Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

Animal Noise to play Wilkestock Festival

Colchester’s Animal Noise who we work with through Liquid Management play Wilkestock this weekend and Ramsbottom Festival!

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Here’s a bit about the band and their new single ‘How Can You Love Me’?

Colchester’s Animal Noise are set to release the second single ‘How Can You Love Me?’ off of the band’s ‘Sink Or Swim’ EP on August 19th. The single will be released by Liquid Records,and it will also feature an official CD release of the E.P. Sink Or Swim. How Can You Love Me? had it’s premiere spin on John Kennedy’s X­POSURE playlist on Radio X.

Listen to the Sink Or Swim EP here.

The new single How Can You Love Me with its earthy organic production is described here by Josh Sandifer Animal Noise’s lead vocalist “ We wanted to create a sense of intrigue and suspense in the intro of How Can You Love Me, it does this but leaves a lot of room to breathe, which makes a change from the way our songs usually take shape. The vocals tear in and occupy this breathing space prominently, the contradictory phrases used in the lyrics are meant to paint a picture of an unhealthy kind of obsession and the accompanying denial. We wanted to leave a lot of space in the chorus between the phrases, the progression between the afro­beating static rhythm behind the main line and the deep pounding floor toms over the gaps does this nicely. Lyrically, it’s an overall bleakly themed song but the paradoxically upbeat infectiousness of the music counters this and restores a balance.”

Having successfully completed a spring tour of U.K. and selling out their hometown show at Colchester Arts Centre, Animal Noise have kicked off their summer festival run with a blinding performance at the Playstation stage at British Summer Time Festival and continue onward with festival shows at Standon Calling, Fling, Ramsbottom and Wilkestock which will see them play their brand new music which has been picking up love from key tastemakers G od Is In The TV, Louder Than War, Jammerzine, Indie Band Guru and X S­Noise. The ‘Sink Or Swim’ EP has also enjoyed early radio airplay from BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing and S OHO Radio with a healthy momentum building.