Engaging… Unsettling… Otherworldly… An intimate collection from Lower East Side Manhattan and Eamon O’Leary.
Time on your hands? Paint the shed? Mow the lawn? Not Luke Jackson. Unable to be out on the road chasing his hope and dreams, Luke and his compadres conjure up a set of new songs.
Here’s a musician who’s worth keeping an eye on on 2021. Remember the name – Megan Dixon Hood.
In the first Why I Love of 2021, singer songwriter Luke Jackson writes for us of his admiration for Martyn Joseph.
Lockdown-inspired polemic from London singer-songwriter Sean Taylor.
I Could Have Made A Child – an intriguing melodic sadcore collection from Elly Kellner to brighten up your day.
Three tracks from Sukh, oft described as the singing doctor which massively understates his value as a genuine musical talent and key worker.
Daniel Nestlerode combines traditional and original numbers on his excellent new album, Windrush.
Being described simply as a singer-songwriter only provides the merest hint of the layers of paradox and enigma that lie within the grooves of Last Of The Sun – the new album from Lucy Feliz.
We welcome Lucy Feliz to At The Barrier as she writes for us about the inspiration that Weyes Blood have on her and her music,
A collection of truly excellent songs, beautifully performed by an exceptional talent. Saskia asks Are You Listening?
Under The Influence is the culmination of 2 years’ hard graft for Dundalk-based artist Finnian. The result is a collection of mature, polished and accomplished songs.
Tamsin Quin is an Acoustic Folk/Blues songwriter and musician from South West England. Here, she writes for us about the inspirational Joni Mitchell.
Polymnia is the debut album from Sailing Stones. The work of Jenny Lindfors, it’s a quietly assured and confident collection.
Irish singer songwriter, Ultan Conlon delivers a quality and highly enjoyable fourth album in There’s A Waltz.