Peter Knight and John Spiers join forces once more. Casting off any shackles, they roam freely and with abandon in the folk music field.
We catch Police Dog Hogan at The Met as they start their Seven Crows tour.
Amsterdam frontman Ian Prowse brings a message of hope – from out of the depths of despair
Amorphis continue to blaze a trail on the road marked ‘heavy and melodic’. Halo is another exceptional album.
Heal & Harrow – hypnotically ethereal mood music, haunting songs and spoken word, conjured up by the fear of witches.
Bitch releases Bitchcraft; a collection of wonderful songs augmented with razor sharp lyrics, synths, percussion and violin.
Perennial recently released In The Midnight Hour. Here’s a list of ten inspirations and influences on their latest work.
Marty Toner, guitarist with a-tota-so, joins us At The Barrier to explain the attraction of Giraffes? Giraffes!
Waterboys have a new single and video with the title track from their upcoming album.
At The Barrier favourite , Brooklyn’s Annie Keating, returns with a new song for a New Year.
Inspired reassessment of The Stones’ 1966 classic.
Sam Sweeney goes solo in the first of a series of releases from Hudson Records.
That most British institution of Heavy Metal bands, Saxon, say what the Romans said. And why not?
Punk – Like you’ve never heard it before. Perennial offer up a challenge and more.
Instrumental and experimental Post-Rock duo Nordic Giants release a third intriguing and immersive collection.