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  1. On Tuesday Pontypridd rock titans Lostprophets appeared on the Live Lounge section of Fearne Cotton's Radio 1 show. The band rocked out live from Maida Vale with one of the singles from the most recent album, plus a cover version with a very special guest. First up was We Bring An Arsenal from their fifth album Weapons. Watch it here: Then the band was joined by Hackney songwriter, rapper and producer Labrinth for a cover of his single Earthquake: Feel free to comment! If you want to have your say, on this or any other BBC blog, you will need to sign in to your BBC iD account. If you don't have a BBC iD account, you can register here - it'll allow you to contribute to a range of BBC sites and services using a single login. Need some assistance? Read about BBC iD, or get some help with registering.

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  2. John Cale turns 70 on Friday 9 March. As part of our celebrations we're raiding the BBC archives for some great material from his career. Here's clip of Cale talking in 2003 about songwriting for BBC Four Sessions . Feel free to comment! If you want to have your say, on this or any o...

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  3. As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of Manic Street Preachers' Generation Terrorists, here are some audio and video clips of the band: Watch a short clip of the band performing Motorcycle Emptiness on Top Of The Pops in 1992. Watch the band perform You Love Us live in...

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  4. Could the release this weekend of the promo video for Manic Street Preachers' new single This Is The Day be a clue as to their plans? Watch the video on YouTube. The band have previously said they'll "disappear for a long time" but this video (for their cover of The The's 1983 song) seems ...

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  5. With the announcement of a Michael Jackson tribute concert planned for Cardiff, we've been looking though the BBC Wales archive for material from the last time he played in Wales. Here's a clip from Wales Today in 1988, just before Jackson played Cardiff Arms Park national stadium. Look out for some great clothes and hair: Were you at the concert? Send us your memories! If you want to have your say, on this or any other BBC blog, you will need to sign in to your BBC iD account. If you don't have a BBC iD account, you can register here - it'll allow you to contribute to a range of BBC sites and services using a single login. Need some assistance? Read about BBC iD, or get some help with registering.

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  6. Aberdare power poppers Reaper In Sicily joined Radio Wales' Bethan Elfyn back on 8 January for a live session. The band are still currently unsigned - having won the Kerrang! Best Unsigned Band accolade in 2009 - but are touring throughout April and May. There's a self-released mini-album on the cards for late March. You can watch one of the tracks from the upcoming album, Save The Cheerleader, here: Feel free to comment! If you want to have your say, on this or any other BBC blog, you will need to sign in to your BBC iD account. If you don't have a BBC iD account, you can register here - it'll allow you to contribute to a range of BBC sites and services using a single login. Need some assistance? Read about BBC iD, or get some help with registering

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  7. Last Friday saw BBC Introducing engage in a day of Musicians' Masterclasses at London's famous Maida Vale studios.BBC Introducing in Wales presenter Jen Long chaired three of the masterclasses, with musician Andy Gangadeen. Watch them again here: Andy Gangadeen explains his unique 'Gangascope...

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  8. Ahead of a session with Tiger Please on my Radio Wales show this Saturday, I caught up with guitarist Tyla Campbell to find out a bit more about the band. You can also watch an exclusive video of Spring And Its Offering, recorded for the show. Who are you and what do you do? We ar...

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  9. The video for Norwegian band Röyksopp's single Forksaken Cowboy has won an award for its director, Cardiff's Matt Callanan. Shot in and around the streets of Cardiff, most notably the Roath and Cardiff Bay areas, Forsaken Cowboy has been given a top award by www.genero.tv. You can watch the v...

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  10. This Sunday (30 January) Tom Jones is interviewed and performs live tracks for BBC Scotland's Celtic Connections programme. Watch Tom Jones performing Didn't It Rain live at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, a taster for the programme which airs at 11pm: Feel free to comment! If you want to have your say, on this or any other BBC blog, you will need to sign in to your BBC iD account. If you don't have a BBC iD account, you can register here - it'll allow you to contribute to a range of BBC sites and services using a single login. Need some assistance? Read about BBC iD, or get some help with registering.

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