Widescreen anthems from the Hebridean Springsteen, Colin Macleod
John has been a music obsessive since he first heard 'Love Me Do' seeping out of the family radio in 1962. he spent a career in the rail industry before turning back to his first love of music. He plays bass guitar and melodeon, loves folk/rock and lives in Warwick.
The early albums from Prog Pioneers, Curved Air, get the 4-disc clamshell treatment
Godmother of the Natural Voice movement, Frankie Armstrong, celebrates her 80th birthday in style.
Merseybeat meets Psychedelia meets quirky Scouse humour. That’s Putting The L In Wooltones.
Lockdown-inspired polemic from London singer-songwriter Sean Taylor.
Fairport Convention’s Breton adventures – now extended! Immerse yourself in Fame and Glory.
We at At The Barrier were saddened to learn of the death of Mick Tyas, multi-instrumentalist and long-time bassist in Durham’s The Whisky Priests.
Becky Mills provides a sober Christmas reminder to look out for our loved ones, particularly during these difficult times
Rootsy Americana combo The Pawn Shop Saints, reappraise Trumpland and offer empathy and praise on Ordinary Folks.
Brighton 80s revivalists Yumi & The Weather bring a ray of sunshine to our gloomy times with their Some Days EP.
Welcome CD release of Ain’t Nothing But – a lockdown livestream from Bristol songstress, Elles Bailey.
Head Blockhead, Chaz Jankel, has his A&M albums reappraised on the Glad To Know you collection.
Ex-London emigrée, Rupert Wates, mesmerizes on tenth album outing. Released on Bite Music.
Oxfordshire duo, Skates And Wagons, get to grips with a new Britpop on their debut #ep.
Loneliness, spiraling and self-destruction – Sophie Jamieson shares her thoughts on her new EP titled Release.