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Doro: Strong and Proud (2016)

2016 saw Doro release a triple DVD set celebrating three decades in the industry (which is weird as Warlock started in 1982 and released their debut album in 1984, but I am sure there must be a reason). Doro Pesch says “We spent endless hours, days and nights working...

Doro: Forever Warriors, Forever United (2018)

I am pretty sure that this is the correct title, and that it is a double disc set, but it was sent to me to download as two separate albums, with different but related covers, with one called ‘Forever Warriors’ and other ‘Forever United’. It is now 35 years since her...

The Five Hundred: Bleed Red (2018)

The debut full-length album from British metalcore outfit The Five Hundred is certainly gaining a great deal of positive attention. There is something about their downtuned eight-string guitars that is causing intelligent critics to lose all rhyme and reason and have...

Adam Norsworthy: The Circus Moon (2018)

Probably best known for his work with established award-winning UK Blues rock band The Mustangs, Adam is back with his third solo album, following on from the critically acclaimed ‘Love & Wine’ and ‘Rainbird’. I was going to write something fairly scathing about the...

Adrian Galysh: Venusian Sunrise. 20th Anniversary Edition (2018)

In 1998, 22 year old Galysh recorded an instrumental guitar album in the basement of his parent’s house. It formed the basis of a career that has seen him playing with the likes of Uli Jon Roth, become an in demand session musician as well as writing for Guitar World...

Allen Austin-Bishop: No One Is Alone (2018)

Apparently, “Allen Austin-Bishop is a singer with a warm voice, a conversational style, and the ability to not only sound as if he believes every word he interprets but an approach that communicates very well to audiences.” There’s just one really major issue as far...

Annisokay: Arms (2018)

Annisokay have already released three full length albums and a 4-track cover EP of Michael Jackson’s classics, to honour the inspiration of the band’s name. The unusual name came to the founder’s minds when they were discussing interesting lyrics of other artists. In...

Antonio Adolfo: Encontros – Orquestra Atlantica (2018)

Throughout the past 40 years, Antonio Adolfo has had a busy career as a pianist, composer and arranger. A jazz pianist since the mid-1960s in Brazil, Adolfo worked with such major singers as Leny Andrade, Flora Purim, Elis Regina and Milton Nascimento and has recorded...

Deicide: Overtures Of Blasphemy (2018)

Formed in 1989, Deicide are responsible for shaping death metal at every level. When I first came across them I really wasn’t sure what to think of them, as I felt that metal was being taken into an area I personally wasn’t interested in, and slammed their 1997 album...

Dr. Savage and the Shrunken Heads: Primitive (2018)

According to the label, “Dr. Savage and the Shrunken Heads draws influences from primal 50’s R&B artists like Bo Diddley and Howling Wolf, savage 60’s garage acts like The Troggs and The Seeds, a punk energy of The Cramps, with a raw voodoo vibe of Screaming Jay...

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LIVE Show Schedule

Oct
22
Mon
1:00 pm The Viking in the Wilderness
The Viking in the Wilderness
Oct 22 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
The Viking in the Wilderness
The Viking in the Wilderness, aka Olav, will play music he has received for promotional purposes. It will be a varied show in terms of style and content, featuring everything from rockabilly and jazz to[...]
Oct
23
Tue
5:00 pm Dinner Music – All Vinyl with Th...
Dinner Music – All Vinyl with Th...
Oct 23 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Dinner Music - All Vinyl with The Mad Platter
(All Vinyl Show) Dinner Music is not for the narrow minded, do you remember when it was about the quality music and not the style of music? Well that is exactly what you will hear[...]

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  • Victor Go – Going For The Sense
    by Professor Mark on October 20, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    Victor Go is a Ukrainian rock musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist who enjoys experimenting with many styles and sounds. He started his progressive music career as a guitar player in the Odessa-based, art-rock band Putnik, with Vladimir Gorashchenko, (Modern Rock Ensemble), and C. George in the 1980s. Since then Victor has concentrated his efforts on studio [&am […]

  • A Different Aspect #23
    by Roger Trenwith on October 19, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    In this update we feature: > Not A Good Sign – Icebound > Army Of Moths – Sorry To Disturb You > Snack Family – Bunny > Roller Trio – New Devices > Stop Motion Orchestra – Lightworks > JOBS – Log On For The Free Chance To Log On For Free Not A Good [&am […]

  • The Fractured Dimension – On the Precipice of Many Infinities
    by Professor Mark on October 18, 2018 at 5:30 pm

    With a name like The Fractured Dimension, you know this has to be a great progressive rock band, and with an album titled On the Precipice of Many Infinities you know this is going to be good. And yes, the name and title live up to their billing. (By the way… that album cover…Come on!). [&am […]

  • Kevin Kastning & Balázs Major – Kismaros
    by Zachary Nathanson on October 17, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    There’s not a single stop sign when it comes to Kevin Kastning. It’s been a good while since I’ve listened to Kastning’s music, so it’s time to dust off my albums and dig into his work. Whether it’s his collaborations with Mark Wingfield, Carl Clements, or percussionist Balázs Major, Kevin has never let me down [&am […]

  • Samuel Hällkvist & Natiho Toyota – Suzuran No Wakare
    by Mel Allen on October 16, 2018 at 5:30 pm

    Samuel Hällkvist has released a mini “album”, consisting of just two tracks. Flying in the face of “Prog Tradition” they are not sprawling epics but superbly concise and innovative tracks lasting a total of nine minutes. Now, this will no doubt start some debate on what can be classed as an album. References will be [&am […]

  • Karcius – The Fold
    by Dave Cookson on October 15, 2018 at 5:00 pm

    The Fold is Montreal based Karcius’ fifth release, their current sound forming in the previous album, 2012’s The First Day when they added vocalist and bass player Sylvain Auclair to the band that was previously mainly an instrumental outfit that has been on the scene since 2001. The band have described The Fold as a concept album. Founder member [&am […]

  • Ayreon – “Into The Electric Castle: The 20th Anniversary Edition”
    by restlessamoeba on October 15, 2018 at 10:28 am

    First of all… 20 freaking years since this came out. Is it classic rock yet? Time, please stop… or just slow down a little. Get your foot off the gas, at least! Let’s just get down to it. Same album, … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Sutej Singh – “The Emerging”
    by restlessamoeba on October 14, 2018 at 8:37 pm

    Sutej, hailing from Solan, Himachal Pradesh (INDIA), is very new to me and I can only say… what an introduction! The whole thing is a very cinematic experience, layered in melody with a lot of emotion.  . Some fantastic players joining Sutej … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Sanna Ruohoniemi – Start from Nothing
    by Phil Lively on October 14, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    The music of Sanna Ruohoniemi is jazz. It includes set pieces and improvised songs. This is her second album. The title track, Start from Nothing, has been released as a single and it’s a beautiful example of modern vocal jazz. If your favourite brand of music isn’t jazz, if you’re unfamiliar with what is surely [&am […]

  • Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 4
    by Rob on October 13, 2018 at 7:09 pm

    Thumpermonkey sounded VERY much like Faith No More when I last heard them on “Sleep Furiously,” so when I heard a track from their new album “Make Me Young, Etc” I was surprised by how it sounded. “Veldt” is the … Continue reading &rarr […]

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