At The Barrier takes a look back at 1971 and celebrates a seminal year for the Rock Album. Happy Birthday to these classics!
Internationally renowned and multi talented music producer Scott Schorr tells us why he loves Prog giants, Yes.
Blues lovers will instantly appreciate the live festival feel of Johnny Master And The Mama’s Boys new live recorded release, Elmore James For President.
Athens psych-rockers Holy Monitor is a quintet whose sound incorporates elements of krautrock, space-rock and ambient music.
Sunnata are a Polish shamanic doom band. Let that sink in for a minute. Burning In Heaven, Melting On Earth is a real trip.
KOYO frontman Huw Edwards shows off his his lockdown project, Huwbergine. We’re promised a blast of triumphant electro-pop (with guitars).
J. Chambers releases his debut album, Escape The Kingdom. It follows a string of brilliant singles and EPs.
When The Day Leaves by Valley Maker offers contemplative songs to rebalance the uncertainty of our times
Collected songs of contentment from the career of Bridport songwriter, Peter James Millson.
Remote Bass is a brand new studio project from bassist Ben Adey and producer Tim Scott. A cocktail of gentle funk, soul and hip hop beats on Impossible.
A weekend at ‘gig TV’ with Norwegian Prog Metallers Leprous as they showcase their most recent two albums with full run throughs of each record, one per night.
The final Be Bop Deluxe album, Drastic Plastic is truly Plastic Fantastic, making its bow to complete an excellent reissue series.
Long-lost live recording of the John Renbourn Group resurfaces to charm new listeners and long standing fans alike.
Powertrippin’ – the chart bothering third album from The Almighty gets a reboot.
Engaging… Unsettling… Otherworldly… An intimate collection from Lower East Side Manhattan and Eamon O’Leary.
In our latest Why I Love, Christo Squier from Perhaps Contraption enlightens us about Godspeed You! Black Emperor.