Vote for Cat on the Wall in the Wales Blog Awards!

Cat on the Wall is overjoyed to announce that this year we are, once again, in the running for the 2014 Wales Blog Awards, an event held by Wales Online and Warwick Emanuel PR to celebrate Welsh digital media and the ongoing importance of blogging in practically every hobby,  enthusiast circle and professional enterprise.

We are in the nominees – one of three up for the category and only thirty two shortlisters across the board – for the ‘Carrick Creative’ Best Music and Entertainment Blog, testament entirely to the hard work that all affiliated with this now thriving webzine have dedicated to provide the finest articles, interviews, and, most of all, introduce the cusp of original, unusual (if sometimes unsavoury!) music to the uninitiated.

Voting starts today, further, for the People’s Choice Award, and, needless to say, we’d be even more overjoyed to win this year. Not for the personal glory, although our staff would be very pleased – but for the potential opportunities for even more influential people in the industry to leave their mark on our roster, the potential to draw greater attention to the bands we’ve featured in the past, and, most importantly, keep these groups constantly on the radar.

Cat on the Wall, while now featuring musicians across the globe, has remained in awe of the Welsh music scene, which, in our humble opinion, remains the very cusp of innovation and creativity. We wish all of the best to everybody in the competition and believe, after a quick perusal, that all of the blogs, webzines and people whom are in the running are worthy of recognition.

Voting begins today (April 14th) and will last until April the 30th. It takes only a minute or two to log your vote and your support for us will be immensely appreciated. If you’re a band that’s featured with us, a person we’ve interviewed, a reader, or simply a friend, please, make your support heard!

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Compulsive hat wearer, eccentric, fan of all things audio-visual, part time Goth, historian, and railway enthusiast, Jordan is the closest you can get to everybody's weird uncle. Except he's less than 60 years old.

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