Offering a platform to experimental sounds and ideas from Wales is at the heart of what Gŵyl CAM Festival aims to provide with their carefully curated festival. Following the success of 2015's event, which welcomed post-punk pioneers Datblygu, the Wales Millennium Centre has teamed up with Cardiff musician Gwenno Saunders to put together a whirlwind of events for Gŵyl CAM'17 Festival.

On April 8, the festival will host a day of discussions, art events and performances from the likes of Llwybr Llaethog, Kemper Norton and Kris Jenkins. Find the full itinerary and more info here.

"Gŵyl CAM Festival is a platform for adventurous music, art, and ideas from Wales and beyond and we can't wait to hold the festival across the independent venues around Mount Stuart Square in the Butetown area of Cardiff this year," Gwenno said.

"CAM is about exploring and bridging between different art forms, finding connections between different expressions and ultimately celebrating the melting pot that makes us a society. I'm beyond excited for the wonderful artists and thinkers involved in CAM this year to take over the Bay area of Cardiff and to take the opportunity to celebrate and honour its rich creative history."