Sheffield hosts the return of the Tramlines Festival and gives a huge crowd a chance to revel in the experience of live music in a big field.
Mike has been photographing and writing about bands going back many years. A former writer and Reviews Editor on Louder Than War as well as several online music blogs, he also contributes to Fireworks and to Powerplay Rock & Metal magazines.
Angel Snow presents a ‘listen in one sitting’ challenge with an intimate and revealing and set of songs.
The Byford family come together on Heavy Water as they swing and swagger their way through Red Brick City.
We’re off to another festival! The family friendly folk festival curated by The Magpies looks fabulous.
Bleek Noir is quite a regular At The Barrier. Here’s his latest offering as we announce “Bleek Noir in ‘cover version’ shock!”
Twenty years on from their debut work, Mike Peters and Billy Duffy decide it’s time to follow up with COLOURSØUND II.
An outpouring of music proves the ideal therapy for Giancarlo Erra on Departure Tapes.
We’re all geared up for Tramlines 2021 and have a few bands that we’ve missed badly and dying to see play live again…
Mountain Caller move forward by looking back and providing a prologue to the Chronicle album.
Joe Danks does songs and stories from the National Maritime Museum.
Little Steven and his magnificent troupe test the stamina with a passion-fuelled outpouring of Rock and Soul.
Musician / Producer / Composer Duncan Lyall wears all his hats on his new solo album
Alone – the new single from Little Sparrow – continues the countdown to her new album.
Sinking, the new single from Liverpool’s Hushtones is out now.
Dim Gray add their own unique stamp to whatever classes as the post-progressive tag.