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Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard Among New Acts Announced For Cardiff Psych and Noise Fest

Thursday, 14 February 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Nine new acts have been announced for Cardiff Psych and Noise Fest.

The weekender will return to Womanby Street in the Welsh capital to host over 60 acts that fall into one, if not all, of the following categories: weird, noisy, and experimental. 

Clwb Ifor Bach, Tiny Rebel and the Moon are the participating venues, with the latter also putting on a warm up show on May 23 featuring USA Nails, Dead Arms, Lacertilia, Wylderness, Rough Music and Fuzz Club.

What? A three-day festival that will surely satisfy all your noise and experimental music needs. Bring earplugs!

Where? Clwb Ifor Bach, Tiny Rebel and the Moon on Womanby Street, Cardiff.

When? May 24 - 26

Who? The latest acts confirmed for the line up are Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard, Haiku Salut, Emily Breeze, Memory Of Elephants, Rough Music, CVC, Jemma Roper, Sock and Shishu.

They join the previously announced 20 Guilders, Aaronson, Bad Vibes, Blue Amber, Borrowed Atlas, Bruxa Maria, Conformist, Conqueror Worm, Dead Arms, El Goodo, Free beer and BACON, Fuzz Club, Gallops, Gravves, Ill, Infinity Forms Of Yellow Remember, Islet, Jaxson Payne, Kapil Seshasayee, KayWoo, Lacertilia, Lunar Bird, Made Of Teeth, Massa Circles, Meadows, MoE, Mute Group(s), News From Nowhere, Obey Cobra, Olanza, Perfect Body, Raketkanon, Ratatosk, Sendelica, Slumb Party, Sly and the Family Drone, Smudges, Stereocilia, Teeth Of The Sea, This Is Wreckage, Twin Siblings, USA Nails, Vieon, and Wylderness. 

Tickets? Weekend and day tickets are on sale now.

Head here to find out more about Cardiff Psych and Noise Fest.

Cardiff Psych and Noise Fest Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri May 24 2019 - CARDIFF Various Venues
Sat May 25 2019 - CARDIFF Various Venues
Sun May 26 2019 - CARDIFF Various Venues

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