Omaloma – “Aros O Gwmpas” (Waiting around).

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Today I thought I’d share with you a song from a Welsh psychedelic pop band that I really like. I like the spacey, dreamy feel of their music, and this piece shows it especiallyy well. The band is comprised of George Amor (who is a former member of another Welsh band with psychedelic inclinations called Sen Segur which I really like), Llyr Pari and Leusa Rhys. I’m not sure if I’m translating the title correctly, because the Welsh word aros can mean two things – wait and stay – and from what I understand from the lyrics both would make sense. Perhaps it just doesn’t matter because it’s supposed to mean a bit of both.

y Trŵbz – “Paid Aros Am Y Glaw” (Don’t wait for the rain).

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So recently I’ve written about my

new faza,

as you may recall, and today I thought I’d share with you another song by Y Trŵbz, only this time with Mared Williams as the vocalist. I really love how versatile she is and how she sounds great in very diverse genres, and it’s always a pleasure to listen to her powerful vocals. Like I said in that post, while I have a faza on Jacob Elwy, I think I like them with Mared equally. This song comes from their debut album – Yn Y Dechrau (In The Beginning).

Mali Melyn – “Aros Funud” (Wait A Minute”.

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Today I’d like to share with you a more pop-y piece, which to me also has a slight soul feel or something. I’ve shared with you quite a few songs that were sang by Cân I Gymru (Song for Wales) contestants from different years, and this is another one. Cân I Gymru is a Welsh-language music competition which takes part every year, around March or February if I remember correctly, on a Welsh TV channel called S4C. The singer whose music I want to show you today – Mali Melyn – was one of the participants in last year’s edition. So far, I haven’t heard any other music from her, but this piece is quite nice.