The announcement of a Bellowhead tour for November 2024 has folk fans in a flurry.
A few beers, a band and a Saturday night,. The ensemble that made pub rock a brand. The Brinsley Schwarz anthology.
A thoroughly engaging short collection from South London indie-folk newcomers, Siblings. Four tracks that make you want to hear much more…
The Sleeping Souls – awake and off the leash with Just Before The World Starts Burning.
August Cooke joins us At The Barrier for a Why I Love on Brazilian musician Milton Nascimento.
A sort of, ‘best of’ The Filthy Tongues – what have you been missing?
With the sword firmly out the stone, the ex-Midlake man stalks the myths and legends of old England.
A rare glimpse into the early days of The Jimi Hendrix Experience – just as they were about to change the world forever.
New single from Beat Hotel – Beat Now – it’s infectious! And limited edition 7″ pressing.
New single from Davie Furey pulls at the heartstrings; a beauty, and just in time for Christmas.
Food for Remembrance Day thought. The Dicemen tell the story of the Buckinghamshire church that inspired a young soldier through the horrors of The Western Front.
We’re at Manchester Ritz for an evening of psychedelic splendour with Gong & Ozric Tentacles.
Recollections of the past and contemplations of the future. Prepare to be drawn into the thought-provoking world of Andrew Ferguson.
Jack Sharp mixes up a potent brew of primitive proto prog, with echoes of dark folk infusing through the grooves.
‘Hard to categorise’ instrumental set from Keith M Thomson hits several sweet spots.