A feast of live recordings from The Tangent. Andy Tillison and his progtastic pals go full on.
Howard Jones live at the NHK Hall, Tokyo in 1984 at the peak of his powers with all the style and sounds of the era.
Sir Richard of Hawley, live in his native Yorkshire. Reasons to get excited – let’s have it.
A ‘first time on vinyl’ release from the Steeleye Span archives, capturing the classic lineup in a classic show.
A fresh compilation of 19 classic live Hawkwind tracks from the 2021 tour.
A chance to relive the epic Wardruna live experience.
What is the greatest live album of all time? At The Barrier’s writers take a look at their favourites from the history of live albums.
The Ocean take their ambitious work into the live arena. Phanerozoic Live captures them at their devastating best.
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band to release their legendary 1979 ‘No Nukes Concerts;’ out November 2021.
The BABYMETAL juggernaut continues to roll forward with a celebration of their shows at the legendary Budokan.
Swallow The Sun release an incredible career spanning live album, covering all musical sides of this towering metal band from Finland.
Little Steven and his magnificent troupe test the stamina with a passion-fuelled outpouring of Rock and Soul.
A live album from French outfit Klone gives a career spanning overview and confirms their live potency.
The hottest band in the world – that’s Kiss if you had any doubts – dig into their archive.
A reformed Goodbye Mr Mackenzie unleash a live album, that demonstrates again, what a great live and musically unique band they are, and why we have missed them so much.