Powertrippin’ – the chart bothering third album from The Almighty gets a reboot.
A tasteful and tuneful psych-folk-Americana collection from Los Brujos brings sunshine to a wet British autumn day.
Back in 1971, Barclay James Harvest released their …and Other Short Stories album. The remastered and expanded version goes up to date with 5.1 and stereo remixes and a handful of period recordings.
Haunted Streets sees the long awaited return of the Co. Laois troubadour Davie Furey.
Blair Dunlop at his absolute best on a live album from his tour of Queensland armed with just an acoustic guitar.
Britain’s favourite Folkestra made their welcome return to live performance last week. We were there!
At The Barrier, we cover many albums, but there’s also a lot of new music around that takes single form too. These singles are from independent artists that have caught our attention, and we want to dive in deeper to the tracks.
Bittersweet confrontations with old age – from Westchester’s master satirist Loudon Wainwright III.
Artist Sheer Zed presents an audio trip through a Thai Lanna Buddhist Sak Yant ritual. Simon Tucker reviews.
Cherry Red Records excel themselves with this new 3CD compilation of the sounds which, collectively, comprised the London Pub Rock scene of the mid-1970s.
The Tim Bowness contribution to 2021 is a fascinating trip to his formative days. Enough by Plenty sows the seeds for a future generation.
Always an explosive proposition when it comes to playing live, The Wildhearts come up with a classic double live album.
Self Made Man is the fifth album from Larkin Poe and it’s a stonker.
Timeless, feelgood music from The Bean Pickers Union that embraces, with rapture, as many styles of American country infused rock as you can shake a leg at. And probably will.
J. Chambers releases his debut album, Escape The Kingdom. It follows a string of brilliant singles and EPs.