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1:00 pm The Viking in the Wilderness
The Viking in the Wilderness
Feb 24 @ 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[...]
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[...]


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  • 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

  • Dreams to Fill the Vacuum – The Sound of Sheffield 1977-1988
    by James R. Turner on February 21, 2020 at 9:00 pm

    There’s a story that says that everyone who saw the Sex Pistols play the Free Trade Hall in Manchester went out the following day, bought guitars and formed punk bands (it may be apocryphal) and the numbers of people who claimed to have attended the gig was at least four times the actual capacity. So [&hellip

  • Tangerine Dream – Recurring Dreams
    by Roger Trenwith on February 21, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    This album is the first by the post-Froese band where no new music was provided by Edgar, even as sketches for new material, as was the case with 2017’s Quantum Gate, the previous and rather good studio album. Released to coincide with the small but perfectly formed exhibition of TD clippings, photos and synthesisers at [&hellip

  • Giorgi Mikadze – Georgian Microjamz
    by Nick Hudson on February 20, 2020 at 9:00 pm

    There’s a revolution afoot, and you probably didn’t even know it. Coincidentally, I found out about it from two sources almost simultaneously: the album I’m not quite reviewing here, and an article posted by a friend on Facebook. And what is this revolution? That after almost two decades, MIDI 2.0 has been released. Released in [&hellip

  • Big Big Train – Reflectors of Light
    by Alex Driessen on February 20, 2020 at 6:30 pm

    Reflectors of Light is a phrase from the lyrics of A Mead Hall in Winter, the same goes for Merchants of Light. Both phrases suggest the world of Big Big Train (BBT) and are therefore extremely suitable as a title for this release. The Reflectors of Light Blu-Ray was recorded during the band’s three performances [&hellip

  • Alex’s Hand – Hungarian Spa
    by Nick Hudson on February 19, 2020 at 9:00 pm

    Shock! Horror! On Robert Wyatt’s birthday, 28th January 2020, Kellen Mills and Nic Barnes have announced that they have disbanded Alex’s Hand. I feel somewhat shortchanged as I found the band only after what has turned out to be their penultimate album, KaTaTaK, released in 2017. After falling immediately in love with the crazy charms [&hellip

  • Churn Milk Joan – I’m nearly 60 miles high
    by Roger Trenwith on February 19, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    “Make a wish, ride a bike, you can do anything you like”, says the third optimistic line from opening track Just Bloody Lovely. It carries an extra poignancy, given its writer’s precarious condition. One half of Churn Milk Joan is Richard Knutson, an American musician living in Yorkshire, who just last June was diagnosed with [&hellip

  • Oceanica – OneDark
    by Nick Hudson on February 18, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    I think we can all admit that there are some albums which speak to us more than others. Last year there were two such, which became favourite releases of 2019, not just because they were amazing works of art (which they both are, in my opinion), but because of how they made me feel. Charlie [&hellip

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