Kilnaboy, One eyed god & Reality Attack
Live at The Victoria Hall, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 7EE
Friday March 31st 2017 @ 20:30 – 00:30
Once again, the team at Celf Llambed Arts have been doing what they do best to bring together another amazing night full of banging beats and dancing feet. This month we are delighted to bring to you Kilnaboy. and their Anarcho Folk Punk a fusion of folk music and punk rock. This 6-piece are Cardiff’s finest exponents of drunken punk-folk here to keep you dancing till late.
Kilnaboy the welsh band often compared to the Levellers, shares its name with a tiny village on the West Coast of Ireland. The name itself has no deep or powerful meaning and to be honest they didn’t really give it a great deal of thought. However, the name has stuck and has grown on them like the funnel mushrooms in the back of their van.
Most of their ideas and influences stem from a protesting background and the constant frustration of trying to exist in an industry where music is lost in a void of cloned popstars. “We will carry on regardless in the hope that music still has the power to change the blinkered perception of mainstream society” they say, and Celf Llambed Arts has brought them to Lampeter for you.
With support from:
One Eyed God blasting out an infectiously ramshackle & raucous wall of sound, One Eyed God are a 5 piece combo formed in 2011, the band have gigged across the UK ever since becoming regulars on the alternative festival scene/ Their sound mixes sax driven up-tempo punky ska, reggae & dub with fiery anti-establishment lyrics in fine style.
And Reality Attack:
Reality Attack are a crusty traveller punk band born out of the squats and sites of the late 80,s early 90,s with raw guitar and bass driven riffs with solid drum beats and considered lyrics.
This is going to be one good night don’t miss out!
Celf Llambed Arts is a not for profit community project and branch of Transition Llambed Development Trust and all proceeds made are returned into funding further live music nights for the community and surrounding areas.
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Transition is a grassroots movement, where ideas can be taken up rapidly, widely and effectively because each community takes ownership of the process themselves. Transition looks different in different places and we want to encourage rather than unhelpfully constrain that diversity. The Transition approach is to work together as a community, unleashing our collective genius to have a greater impact together than we can as individuals. We will look for opportunities to build creative and powerful partnerships across and beyond the Transition movement and develop a collaborative culture, finding links between projects, creating open decision-making processes and designing events and activities that help people make connections.
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