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.
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.
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.
The Hyena Kill recently released their blistering new album, A Disconnect. Here, we welcome new member Charlie Seisay to discuss his love of CSNY.
Rick Pilkington of The Blackheart Orchestra joins us once again to help us celebrate a special year with his 1971 mixtape full of love.
Internationally renowned and multi talented music producer Scott Schorr tells us why he loves Prog giants, Yes.
In our latest Why I Love, Christo Squier from Perhaps Contraption enlightens us about Godspeed You! Black Emperor.
Emerging singer songwriter talent Megan Dixon Hood joins us At The Barrier to share her thoughts on how she’s been inspired by the music of Aurora.
The next in our series of Why I Love Rush. This one incoming from Steve Brown who has several reason for his passion.
Emerging progressive music talent Dominic Sanderson tells us about why he loves another progressive pioneer, Steven Wilson.
In the first Why I Love of 2021, singer songwriter Luke Jackson writes for us of his admiration for Martyn Joseph.
Faiba Gabrielle from Edenthorn joins us at the barrier for a Why I Love where she gets passionate about Pink Floyd.
Virtuoso cellist Jo Quail joins us at the barrier to tell us why she loves another amazing solo artist, Sieben.
Clara Engel brings us another first in our Why I Love column as she writes about the influence of a film. Down By Law contains music from Marc Ribot, John Lurie, Roberto Benigni and Tom Waits.