Fast becoming cult-favourites and respected luminaries of the UK’s underground progressive music scene, Poly Math are making experimental music that pushes boundaries in just about every direction possible.
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.
Sky Valley Mistress are set to release their debut album. Here, they discuss their love of Kyuss.
InMe are ready to release their new album. In the run up to the album coming out, Gazz Marlow took some time to write about his love of Biffy Clyro.
Civil Villains’ drummer, Toby Warren, shares his love of the American hardcore punk band, Every Time I Die in the latest in our Why I Love series.
Huw Edwards of KOYO explains why Queens Of The Stone Age loom high in his musical consciousness.
Canadian purveyors of riff centric rock join us to share their love of fellow Canadian’s Alexisonfire.
Earth Moves are an underground supergroup, with members from We Never Learned To Live, Grappler, and Cloud Boat, the band straddle musical worlds. Here the bands singer talks of his love of Deftones.
Belgian outfit, Captain Cheesebeard, tell us all about why they love Soundgarden.
Earlier this year, the world sadly lost Barrie Masters of Eddie & The Hot Rods. Here, Andy Rowe of The Room tells us of how the band influenced him.
Reggae has been one of the most popular music genres for many years. It’s sound, voice and conscience. In a guest column, we welcome Manchester rapper, writer and MC, J.Chambers to the site to give us some pointers on the people leading the New Jamaican Reggae Renaissance.
Dublin based Maija Sofia writes about why she loves the American multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and actress, Joanna Newsom.
In the latest in our Why I Love series, Lux Lyall shares an intimate and candid story of why she came to love Lana Del Rey.
The Fierce & The Dead bring forth their thoughts and feelings on the legendary Faith No More.
Martin Purdy of Harp & A Monkey talks about the influence of Ewan MacColl on the acclaimed song and storytelling outfit from the north of England.
Norwegian power trio, Astrosaur, share their love of the ever powerful Mastodon.