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The Latest Commune
6th July 2013


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The 2010 Commune event was on Friday 16th July...

Commune 2010 from Peter Morgan on Vimeo.

Friday 16th July sees Sustainable Wales host a community festival of Porthcawl pop (and more!) at the Seabank Hotel. Following last year’s success, The Commune returns with another exhilarating and eclectic line-up of quality acts and performances - a mini-festival with a Glastonbury vibe!


“The main aim of this charity fundraiser is to provide a live showcase for original material from local talent and the mix of acts and styles is really diverse: the night will be a journey of sounds and performance including quirky acoustics from Porthcawl Ukulele Band, raucous indie rockers dEkE, our very own modfather, Nick Ward and his band, some hip-hop street vibes from Blud Kunnektion and rounded off with an electro-funk dance set from WMD. A few special guests are coming too! commented SW Trustee, Richard Thomas.






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Festival vibes at The Commune

Friday 16th July sees Sustainable Wales host a community festival of Porthcawl pop (and more!) at the Seabank Hotel. Following last year’s success, The Commune returns with another exhilarating and eclectic line-up of quality acts and performances – a mini-festival with a Glastonbury vibe!

The main aim of this charity fundraiser is to provide a live showcase for original material from local talent and the mix of acts and styles is really diverse: the night will be a journey of sounds and styles including quirky acoustics from Porthcawl Ukulele Band, raucous indie rockers dEkE, our very own ‘modfather’ Nick Ward and his band, some hip-hop street vibes from Blud Kunnektion and rounded off with an electro-funk dance set from WMD. A few special guests are coming too!

Under the Arts for the Earth banner, raising awareness of local and global issues, the ‘Art & Mind’ sessions include poet Kris Evans with soundscapes and psychedelic projections, and there will be a ‘Bongo Fury’ drumming circle for everyone to join in led by djembe drummers Weapons of Mass Percussion. There'll also be festival stalls selling jewellery, bags, arts & crafts.

Doors open 7pm. Tickets £4 advance, £5 door. Available from SUSSED, John Street, Porthcawl opposite Fulgoni’s.

Bands: with links to music, websites etc:

WMD

Nick Ward
New single “Can you heal me now?” on iTunes (
link to iTunes)

dEke
Boomerang video on
Youtube

Porthcawl Ukulele Band

Blud Konnektion
Listen to Stretch & Kruz from Blud Konnektion: Party With Me MP3:
01 Party With Me

Weapons of Mass Percussion
& special guests

Wizards link