Acquiring an eclectic method of industrial funk, Llwybr Llaethog helped usher within the post-punk era from the late ’80s. Made up of hardcore punk anarchists, the Wales-based music group incorporated components of acidity home, hip-hop, rap, reggae, dub, and African rhythms. In his liner records with their 1991 record Mewn Dyb, Richard Benefit, the previous editor from the Tough Trade Catalogue, composed “In the event that you place Adrian Sherwood, On-U AUDIO SYSTEM, Tag Stewart & the Maffia, Cabaret Voltaire, Grandmaster Adobe flash, Laibach, Test Division as well as the Clash altogether, it might appear to be this.” The music press critically acclaimed Llwybr Llaethog’s hard-edged audio. While Melody Manufacturer explained their music as commercial housey sampling, scratching stuff with dancey beats, and rounds of this dub thang,” Music Week/U.K. published “their sample-heavy dance groove is definitely sharp enough to obtain anyone dance.” Llwybr Llaethog features John Griffiths (drums, vocals, scratching, examples), Pete Millward (tin whistle, synthesizer), Ben Bentham (bass, percussion), and Kevs Ford (acoustic guitar, keyboards, banjo, trumpet, and vocals).