Simeon Bartholomew from Australian outfit SEIMS, tells us all about his passion for Tortoise.
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.
John Moods joins the Why I Love ranks as he shares his love of legendary Krautrock musician and founding member of CAN, Holger Czukay.
Mike Turnbull re-joins us At The Barrier to share his love of another album that celebrates turning 50 this year. The Who – Who’s Next.
Brighton based musician Matt Finucane tells us why he loves the late, great Mark E Smith.
Mike Turnbull recently released his brilliant new album, Two Kingdoms. He joins us to share his love of one of his biggest influences; Neil Finn.
Jot Maxi from Hacktivist joins us to share his love of the quite unique artist Björk. Hacktivist have recently released their new album, Hyperdialect.
Sinoptik are a rock trio from Ukraine. They have just released their new album and they join us for more celebration of 1971 and Uriah Heep’s Look At Yourself.
Dom Brown is an esteemed musician; he has played with many greats over the years. He is set to release his new album on 11th June 2021.
Chris Cameron, drummer from Australian Prog Metal outfit Acolyte joins us to share his love for Progressive musical icon Neal Morse.
The Lost Trades join us in our celebration of 1971 with their thoughts on Cat Stevens’ Teaser & The Firecat…and an exclusive cover version to boot!
Indolore join us for a special Why I Love column on Brian Wilson, or, ‘How I did not meet Brian Wilson.’ This is a really personal and inspiring story.
In anticipation of the brilliant new album from Seafoam Green, Martin’s Garden, the band join us to share their love of the mighty Little Feat.
Time Tunnel: Great Albums of 1971. Boss Keloid on Don McLean’s American Pie…much more than a title track
Ste Arands, drummer with Boss Keloid, writes about his love of Don McLean’s American Pie record and why the album is much more than just the title track.
We welcome Them Bloody Kids to the site as they write for our Why I Love column. Each member of the London based trio gives us their take on why they love the mighty System Of A Down.
1971 was a year to savour, musically. So many great albums and bands, but one band that had run their course were The Beatles. Whilst the fab four had gone their separate ways, they were all still making fab music.