Charlotte Carpenter considers life experiences and the challenges of the journey into womanhood on her debut full-length album.
A masterclass in reverie, reflection and finding hope in impossible situations. Ben Folds has lots to say on his first album in eight years.
The Glasgow audience raise the roof. Hamish Hawk both live and on record is a phenomenon, with a serious lyrical and musical talent.
The Marine Girls two albums are re-released in a single package, and represent indie classics, that remain timeless in their appeal.
They’re coming home. The Lightning Seeds make their triumphant homecoming in Liverpool.
Joyous, juicy jangles from Grimsby’s indie-rockers, Indigo Bay on their new EP – After Dark.
Benedict Scrivener to release charity single in aid of refugee hostel in Lviv, Ukraine. A song born out of personal experience.
Field Medic – Grow Your Hair Long if You’re Wanting to See Something That You Can Change: Album Review
Lo-fi songs of brooding and self-reflection from LA-based songwriter Field Medic.
Liam Gallagher returns home to further grow the champions vibe in the blue half of Manchester before two huge nights at Knebworth.
Bear’s Den hit Birmingham O2 Institute in support of their latest long-player; Blue Hours.
Maz O’Connor returns with her eagerly awaited follow up to 2019’s impressive Chosen Daughter.
Lee Rogers releases Gameblood; blue collar rock from a hardman gentler than he knows.
Bear’s Den return with their fourth LP, Blue Hours; one of their most personal records to date. It is sure to be an album of the year contender.
The War On Drugs bring their latest show to Leeds in support of their latest record: I Don’t Live Here Anymore.
We welcome Max Clutterbuck of lostboy to At The Barrier as he shares his love of one of the greatest songs ever…Pulp’s Disco 2000.