Today Saturday the 18th May 2013, saw the local traders once again entertain shoppers, families, children and friends with an eclectic mixture of talent.

12-12:40: Jam With Robina
13-13:45: Skacasm
14-14:45: High Voltage
15-15:45: Spirit Of Boogie

A clip of High Voltage can be seen below. And below that there are links to the previous event. Please subscribe to the Tantrwm Youtube Channel.


Videos below. Scroll down.

Saturday the 28th of April 2013, some of the traders from High Street Aberdare got together and decided to give the town a boost. Thanks must go out to the guys below for making it all happen and caring.

A One Electrical


Pillow Talk

All it took were a few local bands, a bit of enthusiasm and willingness to do something for the town. They understand that for people to come to the town it has to be “an experience” and something for the family.

The Warthogs live set can be viewed here

And the Heavy Flames can be see here

Bands performed all day outside A1 Electrical and Spectol. A special performance by Ragsy drew some younger fans, and some performances were live streamed to a world wide audience, putting Aberdare on the International map. We received viewers from the USA, NZ, France, the Netherlands, Kuwait, Indonesia and Czech, as well as all over the UK and Wales. The videos can be seen below.

Recently millions have been spent on developments in the town, yet shops are closing, footfall is reducing and business rates are killing small businesses. For our town to survive, to stop the place becoming a ghost town, to prevent the valley becoming a center of charity shops, tanning salons and pound shops WE must ALL support our local business. Buy your meat and veg in the market or Alan the butchers, get your glasses in town instead of on line, buy your TV from A1 instead of Currys, go to Pillow talk instead of Ikea. When your partner has a haircut, go to the local cafe and wait for them. These actions are so important for the survival of our town. We can make a difference,

Enjoy the clips.

The Warthogs live set can be viewed here

And the Heavy Flames can be see here

Andrew Chainey

And don’t forget to take a look around the rest of the Caradog Site and bring your friends and family to the town. Or it will die around you.