Interact with ustop
Last updated: 01 June 2012
Becoming involved with BBC Wales Music couldn't be easier these days, and we love to interact with fans of music in and from Wales from metal to opera.
Here's an outline of all the ways in which you can become part of the BBC Wales Music community.
We're always looking for photos of old and new Welsh artists, so get snapping or scanning!
Twitter is the 'micro-blogging' social media site which has taken the world by storm in the last six months. Communicating in 140 characters or fewer, members can inform their followers of updates on everything from their personal thoughts to the latest business events.
BBC Wales Music on Twitter is all about letting you know every day about a new article or an interesting area of the site we think deserves a little look.
If you haven't investigated Twitter yet, think of it as a tiny version of Facebook 'updates' or a method of firing missives into the webworld.
Time was that we were all excited by the notion of communicating almost instantaneously with anyone in the world through e-mail. It's become so much part of our everyday lives that we sometime forget it's there; but BBC Wales Music welcomes your emails to email@example.com.
If you've got a question, a suggestion or even a complaint, drop us a line.
Unbelievably, in this world of web2.0 and real-time communication, we can still be reached through the medium of the post!
The address for us is:
Wales Music website
Room S001 (New Media)
A couple of serious points to end with: Profiles on BBC Wales Music are all unofficial tributes, and we are unable to help people get in touch with stars or their management, or find rare music or concert tickets.
Also, please bear in mind that we don't review CDs or cover unsigned acts. Radio 1's BBC Introducing with Bethan Elfyn in Wales should be the first port of call for unsigned acts in Wales.