Download Festival makes its full return after 2021’s Pilot event with a stacked bill that featured the biggest and best in hard rock and metal.
Drive-By Truckers do. if you will, a sort of Fables of the “Recollections”, reconstructing their past into songs of experience and charm.
Liam Gallagher returns home to further grow the champions vibe in the blue half of Manchester before two huge nights at Knebworth.
Frank Zappa’s 1974 & 1976 visits to Erie, Pennsylvania documented in full.
Bryan Adams kicks ass at Manchester AO Arena on the So Happy It Hurts tour.
The War On Drugs bring their latest show to Leeds in support of their latest record: I Don’t Live Here Anymore.
Twelve Dreams Of Dr. Sardonicus by Spirit, is their 1970 masterpiece, and is now available in a newly expanded and remastered deluxe edition.
Faceless Mirror continue to release singles from their forthcoming new album. No Shelter reflects the torment created in our fragile world.
The Stranglers make it to Birmingham after postponements and cancellations. Is this really the last hurrah for the band?
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.
Bossk are set to his the road in December in support of their latest opus, Migration. They will be joined by the equally brilliant Dvne on the seven date jaunt around the UK.
70s janglemasters, Starry Eyed & Laughing, take flight a full forty six years, and counting, since their last Byrds infused outing. Has the wait been worth it?
The War On Drugs release I Don’t Live Here Anymore; three years in the making and a justified wait displaying our Philadelphian friends at the top of their game.
In a career over three decades Mostly Autumn release what’s arguably a highlight of their legacy.
Timeless, breathless collection of funk, soul, blues and rock from Brooklyn’s Dakota Jones.