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Callum Beattie - Some Heroes Don't Wear Capes.

Hi guys! :)

I showed you one song by Callum Beattie on Easter, now it’s time for something more by him. I absolutely adore this song, it’s so moving and… well just have a listen. :)

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Magi Tudur - Jim.

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There is one more song from that album “Rhwng Y Môr A’r Y Mynydd” (Between the sea and the mountain) that I want to show you. 75 more words

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Gwilym Bowen Rhys - "Da Gennyf Air O Ganu".

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Time for another song by my crush Gwilym, from that album I’ve been mentioning recently – “Rhwng Y Môr A’r Mynydd” (Between the sea and the mountain) which is a collaboration of various artists from Wales and is entirely in Welsh. 305 more words

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Track Review: Stereo Honey: What Makes A Man

‘Pounding rhythms and euphoria-filled musicality makes for another incredible track.’

Re-intro to Stereo Honey:
As with any band who have a high regularity of output, there is always a risk that Stereo Honey’s music won’t deliver the same, evocative sound, which stirred my enthusiasm the first time.

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Frances - The Last Word. Frances - The Last Word.

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Today I have for you a very nice song I discovered quite recently. Frances is a rather new artist to me. She is from UK, was born in Oxford, now lives in Berkshire. 11 more words

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Catrin Finch - Lisa Lân (Fair Lisa).

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Another tune from Catrin Finch I want to share with you. It’s just so stunningly beautiful. Not so long ago, I showed you the same song performed by the band Alaw and my current music crush, Gwilym Bowen Rhys. 74 more words

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Top British Artists on The Rise

It’s fair to say that Britain has had a great few years musically, finally, we’re migrating as a musical powerhouse into America- the way we did back in the 60’s with acts like The Beatles and then again in the 90’s with The Spice Girls. 638 more words