The Wild Things will be supporting KISS this summer for their UK and European dates, playing venues as large as Plymouth Stadium and the O2 Arena London.
Mike Turnbull re-joins us At The Barrier to share his love of another album that celebrates turning 50 this year. The Who – Who’s Next.
At The Barrier takes a look back at 1971 and celebrates a seminal year for the Rock Album. Happy Birthday to these classics!
We take a trip through the Time Tunnel to 1974 to hear about a stunning concert bill from our writer, Howard. The Who, Lou Reed, Bad Company, Montrose and Humble Pie no less.
The On Track analysts take up the ‘every album, every song’ catalogues of The Who, 10CC and Gentle Giant.
David Longdon from Big Big Train joins us with a Why I Love about Pete Townshend and The Who.
Ulster renaissance man, Colin Harper unleashes his bourgeois fury and a whole lot more.
Various Artists – Think I’m Going Weird: Original Artefacts From The British Psychedelic Scene (1966-1968): Boxset Review
Grapefruit’s landmark 100th release – an eclectic delve into the British psychedelic scene period that came between pop and prog.
Fozzy head in to Manchester on the opening night of their UK and Ireland Save The World Tour.
Tom Rodwell showcases a multitude of styles in a new collection that’s a tribute to his commitment to making and recording music in a natural way.
Canvey Island pop-pub-punks Eddie & The Hot Rods in their prime.
Electric folk music continues to demonstrate quite how much life is left in the genre, Henry Parker at the forefront of a new renaissance.
Wallpaper Music is an exceptional album, full of engaging compositions and stunning musical arrangements and playing, put together by the very talented Kevin Figes, and a group of fine musicians.
Exploring Birdsong return to the live stage in Manchester to haunt and enchant the masses at Rebellion Bar in Manchester.
Richard Houghton – Gonna See All My Friends – A People’s History of Fairport Convention: Book Review
The fans have their say – the distinguished and prolific history of Fairport and Cropredy, as told by the band’s fans and friends