Louisiana’s Seratones deliver an album of sensual, soulful songs of protest.
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.
Songs of tender reflection from an often-overlooked national treasure, Boo Hewerdine.
Eclectic, poignant and unbelievably exciting – Mavis Staples gives it everything at Levon Helm’s Last Waltz
Third installment in Cherry Red’s deluxe reissue series of Toyah’s Safari Records catalogue
Nordic Duo, Gustaf Ljunggren and Skúli Sverrisson, deliver restful and introspective tunes – an emotionally transportive experience
The earliest solo ventures of Family’s dynamic frontman, Roger Chapman – remastered and expanded
Pastoral whimsy, psychedelic studio trickery and the sound of summer in western North Carolina
News of the July tour dates from Mickelson.
The collected works of whimsy – so far – from Brighton’s satirical pop maestros, Barbara.
Drama, Intimacy, Controversy – it’s all here on the new album from Ashland, Oregon’s finest singer/songwriter – Alice Di Micele
Apocalyptic, unsettling and bravely confrontational. Fontaines D.C. go widescreen for installment three of their developing story
San Francisco singer/songwriter Mickelson brings us something that is both reassuringly familiar and yet wholly unique.
Hits, deep cuts and a few pleasant surprises. Ystrad Mynach’s favourite son, Andy Fairweather Low, brings joy to Bury St. Edmunds.
At The Barrier favourite Annie Keating kicks off her UK tour in style at Bath’s delightful Chapel Arts Centre
A unique opportunity to explore five favourite At The Barrier themes in one go! A detailed compendium of Frank Zappa’s 1971 live activities.