|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Croeso I'r Canolfan Ymwelwyr||15||Audio||2000||Fitamin Un|
|2||EP||4||Audio||2007||High Quality Recordings|
Digital, industrial, experimental, fucked up and noisy.
In December 2000, Fitamin Un Records released "Croeso I'r Canolfan Ymwelwyr" [Welcome To The Visitors Center], the debut album from the TRAWSFYNYDD LO-FI LIBERATION FRONT. It's instigator, a DJ, or SJ (Sound Jockey) called SJ Geiger was originally inspired after visiting the now de-commissioned nuclear power station in Trawsfynydd, Gwynedd, Wales. The TLLF have performed at the seminal "Continuous Sound Labordy Swn Cont" night at Chapter, Cardiff, and appeared at the Center of Contemporary Culture in Barcelona, Catalynua.
"Croeso I'r Canolfan Ymwelwyr" was recorded with very limited equipment, no samplers were used on any of the tracks.