The Vamps turn ten and The Aces join in with the celebration. Ten Years Baby!
Norwegian superstar Sigrid hits Manchester on her latest tour in support of her fabulous second album, How To Let Go record.
Robbie might be older, but he still attracts a full arena! Kelvin Brown reviews as one of the greatest entertainers of the last three decades tours his XXV album.
Music frequently provides an elaboration that can lift cinema into its most rarefied stratosphere or place it within the grimiest of gutters. Chris Leathley digs deeper…
Maz O’Connor returns with her eagerly awaited follow up to 2019’s impressive Chosen Daughter.
Bitch releases Bitchcraft; a collection of wonderful songs augmented with razor sharp lyrics, synths, percussion and violin.
Heaven 17 finally make it to Birmingham again after the now obligatory postponements. I think the phrase ‘better late than never’ is extremely apt.
Brighton based Stranger Girl return with their brand new EP full of foot stomping indie pop rock.
Chloe Mogg rounds up of some of the new singles turning our head. Here are a cuts from Sean Wyer, Conal Kelly, Gecko Club, Natalie Carr and Madison Margot.
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 artists that have caught our attention, and we want to dive in deeper to the tracks. Here are a few select choices from Jordan Dean, Raw Soul Express, Jack Rose, Vinok and Tommy Newport for the next instalment of our Singles Round Up.
British country-pop singer/songwriter Twinnie will release a reimagined 5-track EP in celebration of the 1-year anniversary of her debut studio album.
Night Tapes return with another EP full of lush, city skyline gazing, dream-pop. The London trio deliver five songs to excite the senses.
Sometimes, a record comes along that blows you away but for the life of you, you can’t figure out why other people aren’t raving about it. Our man Sam had a realisation like this over Fair Ohs Everything Is Dancing album.
La Dharma have built up a huge underground following locally that’s making promoters take notice. Daniel Jones from La Dharma writes about why he loves The Cure for us.
Portable Radio return with a follow up to their Christmas EP; and a pre-cursor to their forthcoming album.