King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Polygondwanaland

Thanks to the enormous kindness of Aussie Psych-rockers King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, We are very pleased to announce that, in collaboration with the awesome Bubblewrap Collective, we’ll be releasing a limited run of ‘Polygondwanaland’. The release will be on heavyweight black and red vinyl and limited to 300 copies.

All profits from the release will go back into the Cardiff based record labels in order to promote up and coming acts on the local music scene.

* Vinyl Visual Mock up may vary from final product

A Bubblewrap Collective / Phwoar & Peace Collaboration
BWR039 (LP) Red & Black Vinyl.

Phwoar & PeaceMAS


So 2017 is drawing to an end. It’s been a good first year for Phwoar & Peace so we thought we’d celebrate by throwing a big Xmas party and getting all our bands to play together!

Rainbow Maniac
Big Thing

£5 advance tickets, £6 on the door

Tickets available from DICE, Seetickets and of course Spillers

You could try chancing it on the night but you don’t wanna miss out on this do you?!

6:30 doors, will all be done by 10:30 so make sure you get down early!

(FB event page here)

Say hello to the next Big Thing!

Today we welcome band number 4 to the label, Cardiff's Big Thing!

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After a chance meeting at Bargain Booze, Dan, Jen, Jonny and Matt were stoked to find a shared love of discount wine, shoegaze and dips.

Settling on the name Big Thing because the other names they came up with were even worse, the band started writing, recording and playing house shows, in their own houses, to nobody.

Influenced by bands such as Cocteau Twins, Wild Nothing and War on Drugs, you can draw your own conclusions.

We release their debut single 'Longbeach' this friday!

Swn, Session and 6music

So it's been a busy weekend here at Phwoar & Peace!

Rainbow Maniac played to a packed out Big Top at their first ever Swn Festival.

Earlier in the morning they recorded an acoustic session for Bethan Elfyn and BBC Radio Wales

(Listen back here 43 mins in)

and to finish off the weekend rather nicely Bethan Elfyn played Hoult's debut track 'Pharmacy while sitting in for Tom Robinson's BBC Introducing Mixtape

(Listen back here, BBC Music playlist here)