Ken Course of The Silence Noise explains his passion for Doves in our latest Why I Love feature.
On At The Barrier, we have welcomed a whole host of guests who have written for us from the world of music. They offer us there opinions, thoughts and musings.
Zach Phillips recently released his new album, The Wine Of Youth. Here, the adopted Californian writes about his love of the music of Richard Thompson.
Christopher Fox of Bleek Noir writes for us about his love of that most polarising of artists, Morrissey.
We welcome Lucy Feliz to At The Barrier as she writes for us about the inspiration that Weyes Blood have on her and her music,
Steve Hadfield makes ambient, techno, and drone music and co-founded the Disintegration State label. Steve discusses his love of Everything Everything.
Ingested are set to release their brutal new album, Where Only Gods May Tread. We are joined by Ingested who share their love of Killswitch Engage.
Vitskär Süden join us to write in our Why I Love column focussing on the cinematic force of nature that is the master of horror; John Carpenter.
Stuart Anthony, former The Long Lost Band member and current Larry Beckett collaborator, tells us why he loves The Kinks.
Emma Swift discusses her love of the late, great Sandy Denny; the amazing singer who helped Fairport Convention and Fotheringay reach the top.
Coping Without A Cure is the forthcoming single from LASTELLE which will be released on 7th August. Here, the band join us in our Why I Love column.
Shrapnel continue to blaze a trail with their thrash sound. We welcome the band to At The Barrier as they share their love of the music of Megadeth.
sleepmakeswaves bassist/keyboardist, Alex Wilson, writes about his love of the music of The Smashing Pumpkins; a band that blazed a trail in the 1990’s and beyond.
Adam Thistletwaite, guitarist in Massive Wagons, tells us all about his passion for the music and attitude of Hard Rock veterans, Thunder.
The latest member of Merry Hell steps to the plate in our Why I Love series as Virginia Kettle tells us what she loves about Kate Tempest.
Tamsin Quin is an Acoustic Folk/Blues songwriter and musician from South West England. Here, she writes for us about the inspirational Joni Mitchell.