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Devil’s Hand: Devil’s Hand (2018)

Back in 2006 I came across Billy Greer’s email address, I’d probably been sent it in connection with Seventh Key, and while I knew it was a great opportunity to speak to Billy, I was actually way more interested in his new/old bandmate Mike Slamer. With nothing...

Electrocution: Psychonolatry (2019)

It has been some 25 years since the Italian death metal act released their debut album ‘Inside The Unreal’, and given they then broke up in 1997 it was something of a surprise when the name returned in 2014 with ‘Metaphysincarnation’. For that album singer/guitarist...

Alcatrazz: Parole Denied – Tokyo 2017 (2018)

To many, Graham Bonnet will always be associated primarily with Rainbow and then with MSG, but it must also be remembered he had his first hit single with The Marbles in 1968. In 1983, he co-founded Alcatrazz, with Gary Shea (bass), and Jimmy Waldo (keyboards) of the...

Ataraxia: Ena (2015)

I first came across Italian band Ataraxia back in 2005, when I was sent ‘Arcana Eco’ to review. At that time, I said “Ataraxia are a band quite unlike any other that I have come across while writing reviews – this is much more than just acoustic music, it is...

Ataraxia: Synchronicity Embraced (2018)

‘Synchronicity Embraced’ is the 26th album by the Italian band, and their second for Sleazsy Rider following on from 2016’s “Deep Blue Firmament’. The band themselves are the same quartet who have now been together since drummer Riccardo Spaggiari joined in 2003, but...

Burning Witches: Burning Witches + Burning Alive (2019)

It is safe to say that I’m not exactly a massive fan of the second album by the Swiss female quintet, ‘Hexenhammer’, so when it was announced that Nuclear Blast were going to reissue the 2017 debut alongside four-track live EP from the following year, both of which...

Carla Campopiano Trio: Chicago-Buenos Aires Connections (2018)

The Argentinian-born Carla Campopiano has been an important part of the Chicago tango scene since 2015. The flutist has also been exposed to jazz and blues, resulting in her leaving her tango performances open to the improvising and chance taking spirit of jazz. On...

Currents: I Let the Devil In (2018)

This five-track, 19-minute-long EP, is the latest release from Connecticut-based metalcore outfit Currents. It is no secret that metalcore is probably my least favourite genre within the metal scene, but even I must say that these guys are a breath of fresh air in...

Kev Rowland: The Progressive Underground Vol. I (2019)

Writer, reviewer and music enthusiast Kev Rowland is a familiar name for many people interested in music in general and perhaps progressive rock in particular. From 1990 and onward he has written an astounding amount of reviews covering multiple genres, but where he...

Ryan Roxie: Imagine Your Reality (2018)

US composer and musician Ryan ROXIE has been active in the rock business for 30 years or so at this point. He is arguably best known for being involved as a studio and live musician for Alice Cooper on multiple occasions since the mid 1990's, but he also has a few...


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  • The Aristocrats to release “You Know What…?” on June 28th
    by Rob on May 24, 2019 at 10:15 am

    I am looking forward to this album. Here’s the press release and all the important information. ________________________________________________________________________ What do you call an act who blends elements of dirty rock, folk, jazz, and explosions of esoterica into one mind-melding album? The … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Various Artists – 1977: The Year Punk Broke
    by Roger Trenwith on May 23, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    “A punk album being reviewed on TPA?”, I hear your incredulous question, but read on and all will hopefully become clear… “By early 1976 as a teenager, although I was a fan of the usual prog giants, … and a lot of prog minnows for that matter, the general feeling amongst my peers and I [&am […]

  • The Tea Club
    by Dan Burke on May 22, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Boot & Saddle, Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A 27th April 2019 Raffaella Berry of Progarchives first introduced me to The Tea Club back in 2010 with the release of their brilliant second LP, Rabbit. The last two tracks, Tumbleweeds and Astro, had immediately set up camp in my brain and made me crave more of their brand [&am […]

  • Yagull – Yuna
    by Zachary Nathanson on May 21, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    It’s been two years since I first discovered the music of Yagull, when I came across their debut album Films, released back in 2012. I was quite taken aback by how pianist Kana Kamitsubo and guitarist Sasha Markovic combined delicate touches with subtle dynamics, resulting in a tranquil blend of classical and jazz. Yagull have [&am […]

  • Brighteye Brison – “V”
    by madvinyl on May 21, 2019 at 1:00 pm

    Even with the internet, it still feels rather exotic that much of the music I’ve discovered in the last few years has come from parts of the world other than where I live. Many of these artists have been around … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Van der Graaf Generator – The Aerosol Grey Machine [50th Anniversary Edition]
    by Roger Trenwith on May 20, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    As luck would have it, just before I was told about the review download of the 50th anniversary reissue of the first album to bear the name Van der Graaf Generator becoming available, I had commenced on a trip through that band’s stellar discography, something I revisit once in a blood red moon, along with [&am […]

  • Last Flight To Pluto – A Drop In The Ocean
    by Leo Trimming on May 18, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    It is rare these days to hear a new song and then feel compelled to immediately play it again… and then play it again, but that’s exactly what happened upon hearing the magnificently catchy and groove-laden Coverland on A Drop in the Ocean, the second album by the memorably-named Last Flight To Pluto. There is [&am […]

  • Isildurs Bane & Peter Hammill – In Amazonia
    by Mel Allen on May 17, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Isuldurs Bane have a long history of making exciting and interesting music, pushing boundaries, taking risks and expanding the always varied musical palette with their unique brand of chamber rock. The ensemble has always been a collective of very talented musicians, led by Mats Johansson, that have collaborated with guest musicians, a notable example being [&am […]

  • Kōenji Hyakkei / The Brackish
    by Jez Rowden on May 16, 2019 at 6:16 pm

    The Lexington, London Sunday, 12th May 2019 Well. This is going to be a difficult one to put into words… But first, The Brackish. As support gigs go, this was always going to be a tall order, but the recent Bad Elephant Music signings from Bristol put in a highly entertaining shift – of which [&am […]

  • Nova Cascade – Above All Else
    by Leo Trimming on May 15, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    Nova Cascade have a curious genesis, apparently formed in an online gaming chatroom which developed into a musical project involving musicians swapping music files many miles apart in Europe and America. Eventually they gathered enough material to create Above All Else in September 2018. In preparation for their next album, A Dictionary of  Obscure Sorrows, [&am […]

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