International Women’s Day!

Happy International Women’s Day! We want to use this day to celebrate and show love to all the strong women who continue to support the growing music scene in Cardiff.

Liz Hunt – The Moon

Photo from Liz Hunt’s Facebook page.

Liz Hunt is the head promoter at The Moon on Womanby Street. She won the ‘Best Local Promoter’ award in 2018 and 2019 and is once again nominated this year! Liz is very active and works tirelessly in the Cardiff music scene. Not only does Liz do an awesome job at promoting events for The Moon, she’s also involved in Hub Fest which is nominated for ‘Best Festival’ at this years awards.

Bethan Elfyn – BBC Radio

Photo from Bethan Elfyn’s Facebook page.

Bethan Elfyn works for BBC Radio Wales as a radio and television presenter. Having a good following and a solid work ethic, Bethan won the awards for ‘Best Radio Show’ in 2018 and 2019, she is nominated again this year for the same award. Bethan Elfyn goes out of her way to support up and coming new bands in Cardiff while also being heavily involved with ‘Horizons’.

Lubi J – DJ

Photo from Lubi J’s Facebook page.

Lubi J is a DJ based in Cardiff. It’s safe to say she’s made a great impression on the music scene while being nominated for the ‘Best DJ’ award this year! Lubi J is a member of ‘Ladies of Rage’ and recently took part in a live broadcast for ‘LifeFM.TV Takeover’ while keeping herself busy performing around Cardiff.

Check out what Lubi J has been up to on Facebook.

At this years Cardiff Music Awards we have two ground breaking all female bands headlining the awards ceremony. We celebrate and take pride in knowing everyone is being supported in the local music scene, while also giving bands a chance to be heard by people who wouldn’t normally watch/listen to them.

Panic Shack

At this year’s Cardiff Music Awards we have Panic Shack playing in the awards ceremony, a four-piece female band who have been nominated for the ‘Best Breakthrough Act’. Their music is utterly empowering and their stage presence is captivating. They’ve received great success with their single launch for ‘Who’s Got My Lighter?’ with a sell out show at Clwb ifor Bach.

Check out what Panic Shack have been up to on Facebook.

Photo: Trigger Happy Creative.


We’re also super pleased to have Adwaith performing at the awards, a three piece experimental post punk band from Carmarthenshire. They couldn’t be doing any better for themselves, winning the ‘Welsh Music Prize’ award in 2019 for their album ‘Melyn’ and growing in popularity over night. They’re definitely becoming the future of Welsh music! 2020 is looking busy for Adwaith with their recent performance at ‘UU.SOUND’ in Russia, what a way to kick off the year!

Check out what Adwaith has been up to on Facebook.

Photo from Adwaith’s Facebook page.

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