This barn conversion rests in the village of Nantycaws only a short distance from Carmarthen, where you will discover roman architecture, and the best of shops and restaurants. Well-suited for families, Penylan Barn provides a true home away from home experience, comfy and inviting so you can relax morning through to evening. Enter inside via the lovely hallway which is divided between a shower room, and a spacious utility area which holds those everyday essentials.
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Continue a wonderful evening in the heart-warming lounge, centred by a electric woodburner effect fire, and plenty of leather seating for everyone to enjoy. Be spoiled for choice between the collection of bedrooms, there is a family room equally ideal for the children, and a master set-up with its own en-suite.
Velux windows welcome natural light inside and a sloped ceiling overlooks the final king size bedroom. A wonderful bathroom completes the formation, featuring a freestanding roll top bath, and a handheld shower. The Beach at Llansteffan is approximately seven miles and plenty of outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed in your leisure time, including fishing, cycling and walking.
National Botanical Gardens of Wales are minutes away by car, Gower is within 40 minutes, and Cardiff is certainly worth a visit. Enjoy day trips to the golden sandy beaches and rocky coves of beautiful Carmarthen Bay, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park or the majestic Black Mountains. The town of Carmarthen overlooks the banks of the River Tywi and boasts the ruins of a Norman castle, the site of a Roman amphitheatre, a museum containing Roman relics and a good variety of shops, pubs and restaurants.
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Are you on the phone to our call centre? Your Customer ID is: mpvih. England Wales Scotland Ireland. View all our featured areas. Search History. Loading Content After reading Caws' eloquent dissection of Pixies' "Bone Machine," you'll never hear the song in the same way again. As a bonus, Nada Surf joins Aimee Mann for the best cat-loving single and video of the year: in May, the band released a digital single for kids called "Meow Meow Lullaby" complete with an adorable, kitten-abundant video.
The track originally appeared on 's For The Kids Too , a collection that benefitted the Lili Claire Foundation which helps children with neurogenetic birth conditions. My childhood friend, Melissa, played it for me on her Walkman. It sounds corny to say that I've never been the same since but it's true.
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At 21, I'd been actively devouring music for years, nurturing obsessions with everything from R. With an older sister deeply into new wave and post-punk; a brother-in-law into the Kinks, the Hollies, and garage punk; parents into baroque classical and the background of disco and the Talking Heads on New York radio, I was a fortunate kid for sure to be exposed to so much.
But could something seem totally new after all that? I've since come to understand the the miracle of pop music is that it feels like it reinvents itself again and again and, if it doesn't, I love that illusion and am nurtured by it. But still, in this case, I think the Pixies really did reinvent it.
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I was electrified and kept asking Melissa to rewind the tape. Most rock songs are "in four. Pixies drummer David Lovering starts "Bone Machine" alone, playing the snare drum on the first and third beats of every bar skipping the first one to be tricky ; it's the exact opposite of what is typically played in most rock songs, where the snare falls on the second and fourth beats.
Because we're so used to hearing it the normal way, that's what we choose to hear, willfully forgetting where Lovering started his count, because there's no context telling us otherwise.
When Kim Deal's bass sneaks in, she doesn't give the game away; her part is interpretable whether flipped or straight. But when Black Francis' rhythm guitar and especially Joey Santiago's brilliant hook come in, they instantly define the beat, leaving no doubt about where the emphasis is: on the first and third beat of every bar. This turns our perception of the song's rhythm upside down instantly. It's not destabilizing, because Lovering and Deal were setting you up for it, but it is glorious in its revelation. In , ten years before the release of Surfer Rosa , the Cars, another Boston band, put out their eponymous first album.
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Two minutes and eleven seconds into the first single, "Just What I Needed," drummer David Robinson reverses the roles of the kick and snare, inverting the beat. They only hold this flipped beat for eight seconds, and nothing else about the song changes. It's subtle but incredibly effective. Having the masterminds behind both acts come together for a song not only feels like a no-brainer but an inevitable! With Davis and Caws taking turns on vocal duties on verses and singing in unison on the chorus, you would think these guys had been recording together for decades. Their chemistry is remarkable especially when you take into account this particular song was written, rehearsed, recorded, and finished within a few short hours.
By the time 2 am rolled around and enlisting Andy Herrin Cavo on drums, everything was completed and ready for release. A non-profit foundation that helps people suffering from sickness, poverty, and natural disasters. Essentially, Caws and Davis are putting your money where their mouths are.