Phil Weller of Manchester prog metal band Prognosis, shares his thoughts on bands that have polarised fans opinions with their varied output.
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.
Winterfylleth are one of the UK’s finest metal acts. In this article, the bands bassist, Nick Wallwork, talks of his love of the mighty Type O Negative.
The ‘broken folk’ duo of Carli Jefferson and Clair Le Couteur who together make up Lunatraktors, tell us why they love Portishead.
Bury’s riff monsters, PIST, are massive fans of rock and roll. Here, Dave Rowlands, the band’s singer, shares his love of one of the finest rock and roll bands that England has to offer: Orange Goblin.
Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter, Maz O’Connor, shares her love for her ‘Mighty Triumvirate,’ and in particular, Nina Simona.
Edits are a boy/girl duo from Manchester. Here, Olivia Westhead discusses her love of French band, Mew.
Surrey based Laulia discuss their love of the band Peace.
Phil Cooper is a singer/songwriter. Here, Phil professes his love of Neil Finn; one of the musical masterminds behind one of New Zealand’s finest exports…Crowded House.
Al Nicholson, of Kaprekar’s Constant, gives the lowdown on why he loves Nick Drake.
With a new album released on October 11th, Cold In Berlin guitarist, Adam Richardson, reflects on his love of Dorset doom masters, Electric Wizard.
Leeds quintet, Van Houten, discuss their love of American singer, John Maus.
Dominic Berthiaume is a member of Montreal based, Corridor. They are set to release their new album, Junior, on 18th October 2019. Here, they talk of their love of Sonic Youth.
Jon Lee, drummer with UK metal trio Bast, offers his thoughts on one of his favourite bands…Tool.
Wolcensmen, the solo project of Dan Capp, discusses his love of the legendary Bathory.