In anticipation of her imminent UK tour – another single from At The Barrier’s favourite Brooklynite, Annie Keating.
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 Wall Chargers’ former frontman, Landon Lloyd Miller, goes it alone – in his own sparse, intimate way
Ultimate remaster of Classic 1976 album from Ireland’s National Treasures, Andy Irvine and Paul Brady.
Stunning new collection from Gloucestershire’s supreme singer, songwriter, composer, anthologist and broadcaster, Johnny Coppin.
UK Blues Artist of the Year, Elles Bailey, takes a soulful turn.
Acoustic Americana at its finest on the self-titled debut album from Harley Kimbro Lewis!
Masterful, breathless, bluegrass from Grammy-winning combo, The Infamous Stringdusters on their new album, Toward The Fray.
Languorously loose and laid back. Gloriously stoned psyche-country anthems from Vermont’s marijuana-farming couple.
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.
They’re Back! After a two-year absence, Fairport Convention kick off their 55th Anniversary Year in style!
Amsterdam frontman Ian Prowse brings a message of hope – from out of the depths of despair
At The Barrier favourite , Brooklyn’s Annie Keating, returns with a new song for a New Year.
Inspired reassessment of The Stones’ 1966 classic.
Punk – Like you’ve never heard it before. Perennial offer up a challenge and more.
Americana/Blues mix – with love from Zagreb, Croatia. She Brought Me Gasoline release There Were Times.