In a piece that seems apt at the moment, Simon Nicol shares his love of gigging. Not a band, not an artist, but a vital aspect of why we all love music; seeing it live.
Horisont recently released their sixth album. The Swedish rockers truly delivered. Magnus Delborg, bassist with Horisont, writes about one of the most successful bands ever: Genesis.
SAVAK released their fourth album in April. Subtly named Rotting Teeth In The Horse’s Mouth, the album is an album for all seasons. Here, SAVAK’s Michael Jaworski tells us of the impact The Replacements have had on him and the band.
Arvo Party released their latest album on 6th March this year. It was well received by us here at At The Barrier. The award nominated artist, producer and musician has written about one of his biggest influences in the latest in our Why I Love series.
Darran Charles from Godsticks tells us about the influence of rage Against The Machine on him and his music.
Sky Valley Mistress are set to release their debut album. Here, they discuss their love of Kyuss.
Huw Edwards of KOYO explains why Queens Of The Stone Age loom high in his musical consciousness.
Martin Purdy of Harp & A Monkey talks about the influence of Ewan MacColl on the acclaimed song and storytelling outfit from the north of England.
The Crooked 45 are a new band made up of ex-members of Attention Thieves, Alex Green and James Harris, with singer-songwriter Sam C Harris. Here, Sam C. Harris shares his love for Nirvana.
Winterfylleth are one of the UK’s finest metal acts. In this article, the bands bassist, Nick Wallwork, talks of his love of the mighty Type O Negative.
Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter, Maz O’Connor, shares her love for her ‘Mighty Triumvirate,’ and in particular, Nina Simona.
Al Nicholson, of Kaprekar’s Constant, gives the lowdown on why he loves Nick Drake.
With a new album released on October 11th, Cold In Berlin guitarist, Adam Richardson, reflects on his love of Dorset doom masters, Electric Wizard.