In the latest takeover on these pages, Don Bowen, bass player with Police Dog Hogan (who’ve just released their Overground album – see what we did there?) reveals his admiration for singer/guitarist and Clive James collaborator, Pete Atkin. Not heard about the near-legendary Pete? Read on… Why I […]
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.
Police Dog Hogan frontman james Studholme start a series of PDH Why I Loves with some words on Steve Earle.
Lindy-Fay Hella recently released Hildring, her second collaborative album with Dei Farne. We welcome Lindy-Fay to write for our Why I Love column.
American Neo-Folk harpist Joy Shannon joins us to share her admiration for the inspirational talents of Nick Cave and Gavin Friday.
Award winning designer and musician Keanan Duffty (Slinky Vagabond) joins us to share the love for Vivienne Westwood.
Earlier this year, Ragz Nordset digitally reissued her compelling Little Stings EP. Originally from Norway, Ragz joins us for our Why I Love column.
Nicole Johnson from The Paradox Twin joins us on a Why I Love, where she sells the merits of Zero 7.
Marco Feltrin from The Risen Dread joins us to share his love for Iron Maiden.
VENUE released their latest album in August 2021 and in the latest Why I Love column we are joined by new clean vocalist with VENUES, Lela. She shares her love for the mysterious Sleep Token.
Simeon Bartholomew from Australian outfit SEIMS, tells us all about his passion for Tortoise.
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.