Five short, sharp, powerful bursts of “Grit Pop” from Brighton trio, Snake Eyes.
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.
A masterclass in reverie, reflection and finding hope in impossible situations. Ben Folds has lots to say on his first album in eight years.
The Bostonian singer-songwriter celebrates his 30th year as a headlining performer with style, taste and subtlety
Hot on the tail of her stunning new album, Hard Frost, Annie Keating – At The Barrier’s favourite Brooklynite – announces dates for her next UK Tour
Freiburg’s pop/punk duo, The Deadnotes set their sights on the UK with their Britpop-influenced EP, Forever Outsider.
New single from US super-duo My Sister My Brother redefines the phrase “A breath of fresh air.”
An evening of lovely tunes from Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage – and the setting wasn’t a bad one, either!
WITCH, originators of Zamrock, return with their first album in 39 years. And they pick up right where they left off.
Debut album from cellist-to-the-stars Liz Hanks rediscovers the lost pastoralism of bygone Sheffield
The Nadas issue a bright, breezy, rocky foretaste of their forthcoming album
Tex-Mex pioneers Calexico celebrate the 20th anniversary of their seminal Feast Of Wire album – with a few very special surprises…
Buena Vista Social Club original returns with more irresistible Son Cubano. Guajiro features a few special guests…
Three masterful musicians at the very top of their game. The Madeleine Stewart Trio show just what can be done with just a fiddle, a piano, a bodhran and a wealth of great tunes
She’s back! The two-year wait is over and Annie Keating’s new album, Hard Frost, makes every day of that wait worthwhile
Biting satire dressed as fop pop whimsy. Pretty Straight Guy is yet another gem from Brighton’s Barbara.