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D. Gwalia
''A Mogadon Doped Choirboy'' (The List Magazine)
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D. Gwalia Nov 28
Diolch am chwarae Datblygu
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ankst Nov 28
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D. Gwalia Nov 25
Track D. recorded with James Young "Breathe For Me" aired on the brilliant Late Junction few nights ago. Thank you
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D. Gwalia Oct 30
Replying to @wikileaks
don't you mean 'phase' 3?
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D. Gwalia Oct 30
So were they hot or not? They didn't say
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D. Gwalia Sep 8
Replying to @MorganTF
He was truly inspiring man and should be celebrated and known far more
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D. Gwalia 18 Apr 16
Back from seeing another triumphant set by at . Pure, uncompromising, pioneers!! Thanks & Dave.
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D. Gwalia 29 Mar 16
Replying to @THEAndyKershaw
after Savile & most recent whitewash I'm happy to view the BBC in the history books. Way too establishment.
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D. Gwalia 20 Jan 16
great to meet you earlier with Jaya, I'm blown away by your paintings. Dylan
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D. Gwalia 24 May 15
Hi Sam - Thank you for the mention in . Hope you enjoyed the night! All the best,
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D. Gwalia 24 May 15
June 2015 Nightshift Magazine. Live review
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sam shepherd 23 May 15
this month's Nightshift. With a few of my pics and Undersmile review:
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D. Gwalia 13 May 15
3rd Eye Magazine pt1
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D. Gwalia 13 May 15
3rd Eye Magazine pt2
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D. Gwalia 13 May 15
This poster resonated with many i.e. they were all nicked by the audience after. So:
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D. Gwalia 13 May 15
- "Like A Mogadon Doped Choirboy" The Iodine Trade postcards for your post apocalyptic holiday requirements
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D. Gwalia 12 May 15
3rd Eye Magazine Review (part 2)
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D. Gwalia 12 May 15
3rd Eye Magazine Review (part 1)
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D. Gwalia 12 May 15
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D. Gwalia 12 May 15
Thanks to 3rd Eye magazine for the great review of the recent Oxford gig:
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