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Trep: Lucian (2019)

UK band TREP are a fairly new addition to the rock and metal scene in the UK. The band was formed as late as in 2017, and in the spring of 2019 they self-released their debut EP "Lucian". Clocking in at 24 minutes, this EP is just about long enough to be described as...

Widows: Ten’Yer (2019)

UK band WIDOWS have been around for around a decade, and have released two full length albums so far, as well as an initial EP. Following a quiet 2018 the band released the two track single "Ten'Yer" on APF Records to kick off 2019. Doom metal and stoner rock is what...

Beth Blade & The Beautiful Disasters: Show Me Your Teeth (2019)

UK band BETH BLADE & THE BEAUTIFUL DISASTERS have been a going concern for around 5 years, citing bands such as Kiss and Guns 'n Roses as some of their sources of inspiration and exploring their brand of catchy, chorus oriented melodic hard rock on two albums so...

The Whisky Priests: Bloody Well Everything! [The Complete Works 1985​-​2000] (2018)

I’ve just been to the band’s Bandcamp page, https://whiskypriests.bandcamp.com/, and I am in total shock, as this is currently for sale for just £19.99!! That’s not for the digital download (although that is included), but all 12 CDs in a cardboard slip sleeve and a...

Belinda Gillett: Last (2019)

I rarely review singles or EP’s these days, as I just don’t have the time, but I am always a sucker for great vocals and heartfelt performances, so here I am listening to the five-track EP from Belinda Gillett which was released a few months ago. Haunting and...

The Chocolate Watchband: This Is My Voice (2019)

Get the album and play it while reading the multiple pages of history on their website, and I can guarantee you will be transported back to another time and place. It is the mid/late Sixties again, and The Chocolate Watchband are in town. This is a band, for example,...

The Commander in Chief: Berit, Vol. 1 (2018)

Berit Hagen, who also goes by the name of The Commander In Chief, has made quite a name for herself in more than one musical fields, and here is now tackling another. She is a trained opera singer, who has also been stated as being one of the most important metal...

Crafteon: Cosmic Reawakening (2017)

I have no idea where this 2017 album came from, but somehow it has made its way from Denver, Colorado all the way to Oxford, New Zealand. From what I have been able to discover, this is the only release to date, although according to their FB site they have been...

Dave Rudolph Quintet: Resonance (2018)

‘Resonance’ is the recording debut as a leader of drummer Dave Rudolph, who is based in Tampa, Florida. Rudolph is a veteran of the local scene for the last 25 years and is also currently the Professor of Contemporary Percussion at the University of Tampa. Inspired by...

Death Tribe: Beyond Pain and Pleasure: A Desert Experiment (2019)

Death Tribe is the new project from Anthony Kaoteon, who has been guitarist and bassist for Lebanese-based metal act Kaoteon for the last twenty years. During that time, he has been through more challenges than most metalheads, including being kidnapped by the police...


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  • Lost World Band – Spheres Aligned
    by Zachary Nathanson on June 14, 2019 at 6:08 pm

    Moscow based Lost World Band formed in 1990, comprising three classically trained students, Andy Didorenko on violin, guitar and vocals, Vassil Soloviev on flute, and pianist/producer Alexandr Akimov. Between 2001 and 2016 the band released five studio albums, a live album and two classical releases, however the trio format proved difficult for their performance-oriented band [&am […]

  • The Samurai Of Prog – Toki No Kaze
    by Bob Mulvey on June 13, 2019 at 5:36 pm

    With little or no pomp and ceremony, the core members of The Samurai Of Prog, namely bassist Marco Bernard, drummer Kimmo Pörsti and multi-instrumentalist Steve Unruh, have released seven studio albums since 2011, plus one compilation of their long out of print early years releases. An impressive catalogue indeed, however the band remain somewhat in [&am […]

  • The Beatles – The Beatles: 50th Anniversary Box Set
    by Basil Francis on June 12, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    For a little over a year, I was fortunate enough to live in a flat at the edge of St. John’s Wood, living less than half a kilometre away from the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing, which I’d pass daily on my commute to work. At all times of the day, I would see tourists [&am […]

  • Pattern-Seeking Animals – “Pattern-Seeking Animals”
    by Rob on June 11, 2019 at 8:05 pm

    Is the self titled debut album by Pattern-Seeking Animals really just a Spock’s Beard album in disguise? You could certainly argue that. The band is composed of two current members of Spock’s Beard, singer Ted Leonard and bassist Dave Meros, … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Steve Hillage Band
    by Kevan Furbank on June 11, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    The Junction, Cambridge, Thursday 6th June 2019 & O2 Ritz, Manchester, Friday 7th June 2019 Manchester by Leo Trimming Nine and a half hours… Nine and a Half BLOODY Hours to get there! Yep, such is my dedication to reviewing and gigging I spent an utterly Hellish day on Britain’s overcrowded and under-invested road network [&am […]

  • Gong – The Universe Also Collapses
    by Roger Trenwith on June 10, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    “Gong is more than a band. It’s an idea. A way of life. A continuum that exists in all times, in all places, everywhere.” So says the opening line of the press release accompanying the album now firing its way across sundry electronic circuitry into the deeper recesses of my noggin. In handing the Gong [&am […]

  • AKKU Quintet – Depart
    by Roger Trenwith on June 9, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    AKKU Quintet seem to be part of a modern Swiss tradition of cyclical minimalist music, where the beginning is the end is the beginning. Or if you will, the departure of one theme transposes the arrival of another. Led by drummer Manuel Pasquinelli, who also occupies the drum stool for compatriots Sonar, they create perfect [&am […]

  • Progressive Music Planet Radio Show: “Home”
    by Rob on June 8, 2019 at 11:45 pm

    Perhaps I should post about my radio show on here. I never do it and it’s a reasonably well liked show. 2 hours of prog and I love doing themes. Tomorrow’s theme is “home.” Tune in at 10am EDT, 3pm … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Intelligent Music Project IV – Sorcery Inside
    by Andrew Halley on June 8, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Intelligent Music is a Bulgarian production company, established and owned by Milen Vrabevski, MD – composer, musical producer, and patron of the arts. He has overseen the previous three albums of this ilk, which appear to have attracted some quite big names, to sing at least. On this album Sorcery Inside, their fourth, there is [&am […]

  • The Necks
    by Roger Trenwith on June 7, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    EartH, Hackney, London Monday, 27th May 2019 After an afternoon spent within the highly interesting confines of London Docklands Museum for the Lost Rivers of London exhibition, we arrive at the faded glamour of EartH (Evolutionary arts Hackney, in case you were wondering) in anticipation of what would be another band struck off my bucket [&am […]

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