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.
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.
Tamsin Quin is an Acoustic Folk/Blues songwriter and musician from South West England. Here, she writes for us about the inspirational Joni Mitchell.
InsideOut Music recording artist, Charlie Barnes, writes of the inspiration of the wonderful Oceansize in our latest Why I Love feature.
Andy Jones, drummer with Wigan folk rock band Merry Hell, tells us why he loves Rush.
Victories At Sea released their debut album earlier in 2020. We welcome Steve Edgehill from Victories At Sea as he discusses the music of the peerless Talk Talk.
James Kay, drummer from London quartet Asian Death Crustacean, talks about his love of the music of Om.
Mof from Portable Radio gives us his opinion as to why Paul McCartney is brilliant. This, is why Macca is the greatest…
We recently reviewed Jade Hairpins new album and we’re lucky to have Jonah Falco of the band write for us in the latest Why I Love column about the music of Clifford Brown.
In the second of two Why I Love features from The Blackheart Orchestra, we welcome Rick Pilkington to At The Barrier as he writes for us about his love of the legendary Eric Clapton and what it’s like to actually play with him!
Death Remains recently released their new single; Self Reflection. The band join us as they give us their top metal breakdowns.
Lizzy Hardingham writes from the heart about the inspiration of the music of Gilmore Roberts and what it means to her.
In the first of two Why I Love features from The Blackheart Orchestra, we welcome singer Chrissy Mostyn to At The Barrier as she writes for us about her love of Sigur Rós.
Psych-prog-alt rock outfit The Bloody Mallard, the brainchild of guitarist Tom Walding, writes for us once again. This time he takes us back into the Time Tunnel to share his experiences of one of his greatest ever live experiences.
Bob Kettle from Wigan folk rockers Merry Hell, shares with us his love of Leonard Cohen.
Jason Simon released his new album, A Venerable Wreck, on 22nd May. We’re very lucky to have him write for us about one of his biggest influences; 13th Floor Elevators.