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6:00 pm Hot Wax with The Mad Platter
Hot Wax with The Mad Platter
Feb 26 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Hot Wax 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[...]
4:00 pm Mike Maffei’s Music Vault
Mike Maffei’s Music Vault
Feb 27 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Mike Maffei's Music Vault
Join “Don” Mike Maffei for a a lifetime of music and great chat every Thursday on House of Prog!
4:00 pm Prog @ 33 1/3 with The Mad Platter
Prog @ 33 1/3 with The Mad Platter
Feb 28 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Prog @ 33 1/3 with The Mad Platter
Playing the best in class Progressive Rock and its Sub-Genres, also the introduction of New Progressive Rock and its Sub-Genres Kick of your weekend with some great music. Grab a comfy seat, your favorite beverage[...]


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  • Jan Akkerman – “Close Beauty”
    by Rob on February 25, 2020 at 8:22 pm

    I let the latest solo album by ex-Focus guitarist Jan Akkerman pass me on by. I listened to it initially and it just didn’t hit me at all. I even thought how he and Focus should reunite since Focus’ latest … Continue reading →

  • Niall MacRae – VASA
    by Nick Hudson on February 25, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    VASA. Who are VASA? That’s a question I couldn’t have answered until earlier this year. The PR blurb for VASA states that they have an “unrelentingly upbeat and joyful approach to the occasionally tawdry world of post-rock”, and that new album, Heroics, “sees them as riotous and celebratory as ever. Thankfully, despite their maturation, VASA are [&hellip

  • Kim Wilde – Kim Wilde / Select / Catch as Catch Can
    by James R. Turner on February 25, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    The classic pop division of Cherry Red Records have recently released this trio of classic Kim Wilde albums, spanning her self-titled debut album from 1981, Select from 1982 and Catch as Catch Can from 1983. Now, I know this page is called the Progressive Aspect, but, and I will stand by this statement, there is [&hellip

  • Lowrider – Refractions
    by Nick Hudson on February 24, 2020 at 9:00 pm

    I have never been a great lover of the stoner rock scene that came out of the Californian desert. If I had, I might have heard of Swedish stoners Lowrider. I assumed this year’s Refractions was a debut, but it is a sophomore record some twenty years after the band last released an album. And [&hellip

  • Sirkis/Bialis IQ – Our New Earth
    by Jez Rowden on February 24, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    In 2016, in a church hall in downtown Stroud at Ian Fairholm’s beautifully curated Eppyfest, I had the pleasure of being introduced to the music of the Sirkis/Bialis International Quartet, featuring Israeli drummer Asaf Sirkis and Polish singer Sylwia Bialas. At the time I noted their set as being inspirational and emotional, and those words [&hellip

  • Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 17
    by Rob on February 24, 2020 at 4:53 pm

    Godsticks – “Inescapable” Label: Kscope Release Date: 7 February 2020 Godsticks are a band that definitely get better with each album. There have been times in the past where I wasn’t sure just how much I liked them. But they … Continue reading →

  • Juan Belda & The Bit Band – No encuentro la tónica
    by Nick Hudson on February 23, 2020 at 9:00 pm

    Throughout the last few years, I’ve found myself listening to more and more jazz from Spain. Bands such as El Tubo Elàstico and On The Raw have thoroughly impressed me, and now add Canarian Juan Belda and his Bit Band. I was introduced to Juan Belda via this month’s re-release on his Bandcamp site of [&hellip

  • Exploring Birdsong – The Thing With Feathers
    by James R. Turner on February 23, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    Released towards the end of last year, this debut album from Liverpool-based, piano-driven progressive trio Exploring Birdsong is one that has been highly awaited by many people, myself included. I first encountered Exploring Birdsong live at HRH Prog in November 2018 with my esteemed TPA colleague Leo Trimming and Progradar’s very own Martin Hutchinson. Now [&hellip

  • Zio – Flower Torania
    by Nick Hudson on February 22, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    As the founder, Zio is the project of Karnataka drummer Jimmy Pallagrossi, and I have to admit this made me wary. Karnataka, along with other similar bands playing a mellow prog tinged with Celtic folk, plodded along for years at a steady pace – releasing pleasant album after pleasant album. And for me, I guess [&hellip

  • Retrospective – Latent Avidity
    by Leo Trimming on February 22, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    Latent Avidity is the latest album from Polish progressive rock band Retrospective, who have been releasing music since 2007. I do not know what they feed them on in Poland but it does seem to be producing some impressive bands, such as Quidam, Collage and the mighty Riverside. The comparisons to Riverside are not only [&hellip

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