A ‘first time on vinyl’ release from the Steeleye Span archives, capturing the classic lineup in a classic show.
News of the stellar lineup that makes up the Indoor Festival Of Folk starring, amongst others, The Magpie Arc.
Wistful ballads, quasi-traditional epics, anti-war songs with a difference – KC Jones leave no stone unturned on latest album Roots.
Lifesigns release album #3 – Altitude is worth the wait. A testament to the possibilities of remote recording.
Peter Knight and John Spiers join forces once more. Casting off any shackles, they roam freely and with abandon in the folk music field.
Seth Lakeman and his band celebrate fifteen years of Freedom Fields and mark the new album in Manchester.
Better late than never The Bird, The Book & The Barrel by The Lost Trades transports you through English folk tales to touch those sun-drenched sounds of California.
70s janglemasters, Starry Eyed & Laughing, take flight a full forty six years, and counting, since their last Byrds infused outing. Has the wait been worth it?
The Lost Trades join us in our celebration of 1971 with their thoughts on Cat Stevens’ Teaser & The Firecat…and an exclusive cover version to boot!
Gerry Conway shares his love of the music of the mighty Stevie Wonder; who recently celebrated his 70th birthday.
A pictorial memoir of Fairport’s Cropredy Convention – 1979-2019.
The glory years of Canadian/American giants – repackaged. Head off on a Magic Carpet Ride with Steppenwolf.
We attended a live event!! The official Folk Album Chart is launched by Mark Radcliffe at HOME in Manchester.
The power trio format takes an interesting turn with Benji Kirkpatrick’s latest offering.
What is the greatest live album of all time? At The Barrier’s writers take a look at their favourites from the history of live albums.