Other Voice Cardigan has announced two new headline acts for Other Voices Cardigan from November 3 – 5.
After smashing sets at SXSW, The Great Escape and the Isle of Wight Festival earlier this year, alt-pop superstar and creative visionary mauvey is joining the festival from Canada to play an exclusive set of tracks from his upcoming ‘Before The Album’ EP which drops on November 4.
The festival also promises another huge Other Voices debut from the South-London neo-soul queen Poppy Ajudha. Following the release of her breath-taking debut record ‘The Power In Us’ earlier this year, she’ll be bringing her eloquent genre-fluid blend of jazz, R&B, soul, rock and pop to Cardigan for what’s set to be a dazzling performance from one of the brightest voices on the scene.
These artists complete the St Mary’s Church line up alongside Mercury Prize nominee Gwenno, Celtic pioneers Catrin Finch and Aoife Ní Bhriain, Welsh drill artist Sage Todz, indie-pop superstar Stella Donnelly and the brilliant Band Pres Llareggub.
This year also sees the return of the Other Voices Cardigan Music Trail which will take place in multiple venues around Cardigan, with more than 80 performances across the town from November 3 – 5. The full Music Trail schedule has just been published. Full details are now available online at othervoices.ie
Hosted by Huw Stephens, all the headline church performances will take place in front of a public audience and will also be streamed globally for free via Other Voices’ YouTube and socials on November 4 and 5 and live to the big screen at Mwldan in Cardigan.
The festival is presented in partnership between South Wind Blows, Mwldan and Triongl.
In addition to its inspirational programme of live music, Other Voices Cardigan will also present Clebran, a compelling and provocative curated series of discussion events that will explore and celebrate the enduring cultural ties between Ireland and Wales.
Featuring artists, journalists, creatives and politicians, the events will spark enriching, lively conversations about how we perceive our world, language and culture.
Full details on the line up and wristbands priced at £25 and are available now at Othervoices.ie
Other Voices Cardigan produced by South Wind Blows in partnership with Mwldan and Triongl and made possible thanks to the support and investment of Welsh Government and The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.
Mauvey who will be flying in from Canada to appear in the festival.
Contact Tamsin Davies firstname.lastname@example.org 01239 623925 for further details.
Playing the Music Trail:
Al Lewis | Cartin | Catrin Finch and Aoife Ní Bhriain | Cerys Hafana | Cherym | Cynefin | Dani Larkin | Dark Tropics | Dáithí | David Kitt | Eve Goodman | Einir Dafydd and Band | Hourglvss | Juice Menace | Katie Phelan | L E M F R E C K | Los Blancos | Lloyd and Dom James | Mace the Great | MELTS | Matthew Frederick | Niamh Reagan | Pastiche | Problem Patterns | Rachael Lavelle | Red Telephone | Roughion | Rye Milligan | Samana | Sasha Samara | Seazoo | Stephen James Smith | Skinner | Tapestri | Tebi Rex | Timbali & Peppery | VRï | Ynys
Other Voices Highlights:
Download the programme here:
Other Voices Cardigan is staged with the support and investment of Welsh Government and The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.
The event is produced by South Wind Blows in partnership with Mwldan and Triongl. The event will be filmed by Triongl for later broadcast on S4C and RTÉ.
Other Voices started as a one-off music event in a small church in Dingle, a small fishing village in the west of Ireland and over the last 20 years the idea has grown. Other Voices is now an established fixture in the musical calendar – a ‘must attend’ event for performers and audiences alike. Other Voices has led to the creation of an international music TV series and the filming of that series subsequently became a music festival, a tourism event in its own right that celebrates the local on a global scale. In recent years Other Voices has travelled to London, Belfast, New York, Austin, Texas and Berlin.
Mwldan is an independent Arts Centre and cinema based in Cardigan. The venue presents a multi-artform live programme and screens around 3000 films and live broadcasts annually. A major producing venue, Mwldan is behind collaborations such as Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita, and also produces the Cardigan Castle Summer Events in partnership with Cardigan Castle. In 2017 Mwldan started the record label bendigedig in partnership with ARC music productions, operating a 360-degree model of artist management, agenting, producing, releasing, PR and marketing. A not-for-profit registered charity and social enterprise, the organisation has an annual turnover of £1.7 million (pre-Covid) and employs a staff team of 19.
Triongl is a TV and Film production company established in 2017 by Nora Ostler and Alec Spiteri and joined by Gethin Scourfield in 2018. All three are experienced producers with a track record of producing high quality, award-winning content. They will be documenting ‘Other Voices/Lleisiau Eraill’ for an hour’s special edition for later broadcast on S4C and RTÉ.
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