Not letting any grass grow under their feet, Cole Stacey and Joseph O’Keefe, the duo who are the India Electric Co. return with the follow up to their debut and another shedload of influences.
SAVAK released their fourth album in April. Subtly named Rotting Teeth In The Horse’s Mouth, the album is an album for all seasons. Here, SAVAK’s Michael Jaworski tells us of the impact The Replacements have had on him and the band.
A download-only release from Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls recorded on their recent tour as the acoustic format takes centre stage.
Pure Reason Revolution returns with Eupnea, a terrific album that harks back to their groundbreaking formative days as an exciting progressive unit.
Here at At The Barrier, we are very lucky to have the members of Fairport Convention write for us in a series of Why I Love specials. First up, Dave Pegg.
The name Terence Blacker may well be familiar to you. Aside from his work as a novelist, he is becoming increasingly well known as a writer and singer of quirky, often satirical, sometimes thought provoking, but always intelligent songs.
Dripback have returned, six years after they released Failed Futures in 2014, with Here, Luca tells us how Dystopia, an American hardcore band, inspired him.
Jack Sharp from Wolf People releases an austere and stark debut, based round traditional music and words from his local county of Bedfordshire.
Progressively tinted Dutch dark rock from Dool that finds colour in the shadows.
Pavey Ark is a new name to us. We have a listen to their debut album, Close Your Eyes And Think Of Nothing
A Judie Tzuke collection that brings together all of her recorded output whilst signed to Chrysalis Records, spanning 1982 to 1983
The Roadhawks album from the classic Hawkwind line up of 1976 gets a reboot and polish by Atomhenge/Cherry Red. Tremendous stuff.
Passepartout Duo have recently released their debut full length album, Vis-à-Vis. The album is a truly wonderful piece of art, on many levels. The music is stunningly hypnotic and the physical LP version was designed by artists involved in the 798 Art District in Beijing. In a first […]
Kirsty Merryn follows up the promise of the excellent She And I with a new record that strips things back yet delivers haunting atmospheres.
As the online gigs start to stack up, our live reviews have rebooted. Here’s a report on Jackson’s Jukebox; Luke Jackson’s ‘by request’ gig.