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Dave Plotel – Rock Jimi EP

Two Side Moon Promotions Jan 2019 www.twosidemoon.com Time -21:28 https://www.facebook.com/Daveplaying/ https://daveplotel.bandcamp.com/album/rock-jimi My Rating 90/100 It is always interesting for me, when reviewing music, to come across musicians from North London,...

Built For the Future –Brave New World

USA –Private Press https://www.built4thefuture.com/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/353722211450935/ 75mins My Rating 90/100 This is the second album by Texan band ‘Built for the Future’ an outfit created by long time musical cohorts Patric Farrell and Kenny Bissett....

Kreator: London Apocalypticon (2020)

Unless you are lucky enough to live in somewhere like NZ, there is no live scene at the moment (apparently when L.A.B. played recently it was the first arena gig anywhere in the world for months. I have been using the lack of overseas acts to catch up more on the...

Liar: Sunset Plaza Drive (2020)

I had to do a double take when I saw the name of this band, surely it couldn’t be the same Liar who released ‘Set The World On Fire’ back in 1978? That was their second album, and it was also to be their last as for some reason the third album was never picked up and...

Marko Hietala: Pyre Of The Black Heart (2020)

At long last we have the first solo album from Marko Hietala (no, I have not spelled it incorrectly, historically he has been known as “Marco” but on this album has amended the spelling back to what it should be). He of course provides bass and lead vocals, and is...

The Night Flight Orchestra: Aeromantic (2020)

Unless Björn Strid (lead vocals) and David Andersson (guitar) are careful, people are soon going to start talking about Soilwork as their side band as opposed to this one. Formed by the pair back in 2007 when they were touring the States with Soilwork, the line-up was...

Oath of Damnation: Fury and Malevolence (2020)

This is the second album from Australian act Oath of Damnation, some six years on since the debut. Mind you, since then they have parted ways with keyboard player and lead singer Formosus which can always cause difficulties. These days the vocals are handled by...

RJ and the Assignment: Hybrid Harmony (2020)

One can probably infer from the cover art that the RJ in question (Reginald Johnson) is a keyboard player, and the title refers to the way he mixes together the genres of electric soul, jazz, r&b and gospel influences to create his own accessible form of music. It...

Sarah Elgeti Quartet With Friends: Dawn Comes Quietly (2019)

A multi-talented musician, Sarah Elgeti (tenor saxophone, flute, bass clarinet) has led her own quartet since 2007, composing, arranging and playing her own brand of modern jazz inspired by her Scandinavian upbringing. Here her band of Nils Raae (keyboards,...

Seven Spires: Emerald Seas (2020)

At long last Seven Spires are back with their second album, which has now seen them signed with Frontiers Music. I was a big fan of their debut album ‘Solveig’ where I said “This is awesome, and the more I have played it the more I have discovered within the layers,...

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  • Kalevi Hämäläinen Group – First Days of Summer
    by Nick Hudson on August 6, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    KalevIi Hämäläinen Group’s debut album, First Days of Summer, is one I’ve had for review for quite some time, yet have never managed to put down words for it. The one major reason for this is that every time I have decided to do so, I’ve ended up just listening to the album, and losing [&hellip

  • That Joe Payne – By Name. By Nature.
    by Graham Thomas on August 5, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    This debut from That Joe Payne seems to have been a long time coming. Since leaving The Enid, there have been singles and EPs previewing songs, teasing us almost, and he has been playing some of this material for some time, but at last we have the finished album. It was worth the wait. We [&hellip

  • Alam Khan – Solace
    by Nick Hudson on August 4, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    I don’t think there can be many people who won’t agree that 2020 has been a tough year. Music has been my solace for most of my life, and it seems, especially so this year. In recent times, I have kept coming back to Alam Khan’s appropriately titled Solace. Sometimes people seem to forget progressive [&hellip

  • Kimmo Pörsti – Wayfarer
    by Bob Mulvey on August 3, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    Wayfarer is the second solo album by the Finnish drummer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Kimmo Pörsti, perhaps best known as part of The Samurai of Prog project. So my initial thoughts, glancing through the list of musicians, which also includes bassist Marco Bernard along with a few regulars from the project was – why is this [&hellip

  • Asian Death Crustacean – Baikal
    by Nick Hudson on August 2, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    London combo Asian Death Crustacean, if I’ve read correctly, sprang from the joining of members from jazz fusion and black metal bands. Now black jazz, or jazz noir, or whatever label it goes by these days, does exist, but I’ve never heard it in this form. And what form! Baikal is a single continuous 45 [&hellip

  • Andy Tillison – The Tangent
    by Kevan Furbank on August 1, 2020 at 6:02 pm

    We all know many people have suffered hardships during lockdown. They range from the trivial, such as the wide variety of home-made comedy haircuts, to the tragically serious – people who have lost their lives, their jobs and their mental well-being. But some have been lucky, and one of those is The Tangent founder, leader [&hellip

  • The Tangent – Auto Reconnaissance
    by Kevan Furbank on August 1, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    The Tangent have been going through a purple patch of late. Pretty much every album since 2013’s Le Sacre du Travail has hit the spot so far as critics and fans are concerned, with the most recent couple of releases getting rave reviews. It seems the band’s creative driving force, Andy Tillison, has found his [&hellip

  • TPA News – August 2020
    by Rob Fisher on August 1, 2020 at 10:34 am

    Latest Prog News from across the progressive music spectrum & updated throughout August 2020. 05/08/2020: Gong announce rescheduled UK tour dates for May 2021 Gong announce that their November 2020 UK Tour has now been rescheduled to May 2021 The band have also added three new venues: Carlisle, Stockton and Hitchin and are planning to [&hellip

  • Griot – Elisabeth
    by Nick Hudson on July 31, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    I was introduced to Griot by way of another Portuguese band, Esfera. I had been hugely impressed by the latter’s 2016 album, All the Colours of Madness, so when I heard Nuno Aleluia would be providing the vocals for Griot’s Gerald (released later in the same year), I was immediately onboard. Griot is essentially the [&hellip

  • Tiger Moth Tales – Still Alive / A Visit To Rockfield
    by Leo Trimming on July 30, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    In years to come 2020 will always be regarded as a remarkable year, forever associated with the Covid 19 virus and its strange impact on society. However, it will also be a year in which the ‘Lockdown’ period has inspired great creativity as artists react to the tumultuous events. Peter Jones has done just that [&hellip

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