Stiwdio Aran is a commercial recording studio in Snowdonia, North Wales. We have competitive rates of hire and also release music in the Welsh language, through our record label - Recordiau Aran, and our publishing company - Cyhoeddiadau Aran.
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Tickets for CD Launch Concert
1 x Ticket for Emma Marie a'r Band
8 pm November the 3rd, Pwllheli Golf Club
'John ac Alun' release their first collection of new songs for 10 years
It's 10 years since John and Alun released their last album, and as the title suggests, this release has been hotly anticipated. The reason for this delay was partly to do with their desire to shape every aspect of the work, including the choice of songs, their interpretation and the type of production that would best suit each song.
The recording took place in Alun's own home in Tudweiliog, across a period of two years. Alun is also responsible for most of the arrangements on this record.
It's ciders all round to celebrate this debut album
The first single by Phil Gas and his Band, 'Seidar ar y Sul' (Cider on a Sunday) was released in November 2017. It's enormous popularity was the stimulus for the band to continue to develop and record new material. 10 songs have been selected for this collection and 8 of them are original to the band.
Côr Meibion Caernarfon Celebrate their 50th Anniversary
What better way for a male voice choir to celebrate its 50th birthday than to release a CD.What better way for a male voice choir to celebrate its 50th birthday than to release a CD.
The “Ferodo Choir” was formed in the Ferodo Company’s brake linings factory near Caernarfon, in November 1967. The factory closed many years ago but there’s no stopping the four part singers! Côr Meibion Caernarfon, as they are now called, still entertain audiences far and wide.The choir has performed at leading UK venues and has travelled widely in Britain, Ireland, mainland Europe and north America. It has won a record nine times at the National Eisteddfod of Wales.
From Punk to Folk-Rock over 40 years
This year the band from Caernarfon, 'Y Cyffro', celebrates 40 years by releasing the album 'Yn y Gorllewin' (In the West). It's an opportunity to ask Derek Hughes (rhythm guitar) and Dave Roberts (lead guitar) about the group's interesting history.
Shortly after establishing in 1978 the band had the opportunity to have a gig at the National Eisteddfod, which was held in Cardiff that year. "We were supporting the 'Trwynau Coch' at the Arms Park Club" says Derek, "and that started a close relationship where we often supported them, in places like Corwen and at Talybont in Caernarfon, of course" .