New documentary film tells the story and considers the cultural implications of the Beatles’ 1968 sojourn to Rishikesh, India
1971 was a year to savour, musically. So many great albums and bands, but one band that had run their course were The Beatles. Whilst the fab four had gone their separate ways, they were all still making fab music.
Scott & Maria are an Anglo-Celtic-Hellenic duo who write uplifting acoustic tunes evoking the heart with their mesmerising harmonies. Influenced by the earth and the stars and all forms of love, they create powerful feel good music.
At The Barrier was saddened to learn of the death of Michael Nesmith – the reluctant Monkee who went on to establish his own unique brand of Country Rock.
Mof from Portable Radio gives us his opinion as to why Paul McCartney is brilliant. This, is why Macca is the greatest…
Dear John is a star-studded celebration of John Lennon’s 80th birthday – in aid of the War Child UK charity. It features Maxi Jazz, KT Tunstall and more…
Portable Radio release their new single, backed with two new B-sides, and we have the exclusive premiere of the bands’ new video!
The next batch of releases in the On Track series looks at the solo output of John, Paul, George & Ringo in the decade after the break up of The Fab Four and then the Becker/Fagan fronted Steely Dan.
Paul McCartney is back on the front pages with the Get Back documentary and his book, The Lyrics, recently released. We look back at Wings live in 1973.
Merseybeat meets Psychedelia meets quirky Scouse humour. That’s Putting The L In Wooltones.
Oxfordshire duo, Skates And Wagons, get to grips with a new Britpop on their debut #ep.
Uplifting and enjoyable – Los Angeles duo, Thee Holy Brothers, tell the story of Sparkle’s spiritual quest.
London retro-pop practitioners Silvertwin revive the 60s, 70s and 80s
Gentle songs for the coming summer from transplanted Englishman, Steve Robinson on the Swallowing The Sun album.
Joyous 60s R&B from Nashville husband and wife team – The Twangtown Paramours