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Amos Anon: The Empty Afterwards (2021)

[amos/anon] are a Wellington-based project who have been releasing music for more than a decade now. Mind you, if you have not heard of them then that is probably more by design that you may expect, given that on the Bandcamp page it states If you haven't heard of...

The Gemini Effect: Gridlock Party (2021) single

There are some songs which are infectious from the start, with a sense of humour coming through the vocals even before listening to the lyrics, all combined with great hooks and Summer joy. Here we have a number which has been released in the middle of winter, which I...

Ecclesia: De Ecclesiae Universalis (2020)

This is the debut album by French band Ecclesia, and it is hard to really know where to start with it. Although they are inspired by doom, this is only a starting point which they have then moved away from into an area which for the most part is mostly power metal,...

Eleine: Dancing in Hell (2020)

I first came across Eleine when a friend of mine posted a video of theirs on FaceBook and I was immediately enamoured, so when the opportunity came about to review their third album, I grabbed it. The band was formed by lead vocalist Madeleine Liljestam and...

Falset: We Follow or Lead the Way (2020)

This is the debut album by Canadian band Falset, who are bound to gain a lot of publicity as they include in their ranks, drummer Chance LaBrie, son of Dream Theater's James LaBrie. The line-up is completed Zach Copeland (vocals/guitar), Braeden Kozy (guitar) and...

The Flaming Lips: American Head (2020)

It was only when I was offered this album that I realised I had managed to bypass all of The Flaming Lips’ output since 2002’s Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots which I really enjoyed. It was never deliberate, but rather there is so much music in the world that it is...

Foul Body Autopsy: Consumed By Black Thoughts (2020)

Multi-instrumentalist and singer Tom Reynolds is back with his latest release, which sees him move away from the zombies of his past and instead focuses on mental illness. This is not something attempting to make light of a situation but instead is written from the...

The Knids: One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Manknid (2021)

I must confess that when punk first started rearing its ugly head in 1976, I was not a huge fan, as while the energy was interesting, too many songs sounded as if they had been created by people who had no musical ability or ideas whatsoever. What was way more...

The Grafenberg Disciples: No Words (2021) single

Last year I reviewed the debut album, ‘Johnny On The Spot’, by The Grafenberg Disciples and it is safe to say I fell in love with it. Since the album was originally released it has been picked up by Sony and reissued, and the band have added an additional song which...

Viices: Breath (2021) single

Viices have been around the Wellington scene for a few years now, but up until now it has always been the work of Jake McComb, but towards the end of last year the band turned into a trio with the arrival of Liam Crawford on drums, Will Jakicevich on bass. Not only...


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  • Magma – Retrospektïw I-II-III [Remastered]
    by Mel Allen on August 4, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    I came late to the wonder that is Magma, my musical tastes developing as I got older, looking for more challenging listening. Magma fitted the bill perfectly. I purchased a number of their albums and they really spoke to me. As my collection grew I was fortunate enough to get to see then live in [&hellip

  • Fungi – Into The Void
    by Nick Hudson on August 3, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    Fungi are a Mexican band who take the alt-metal sounds of the late ’90s and early ’00s, and add a progressive edge. I’m not a fan of either label, but for what it’s worth, the sound of Into the Void is somewhere between the music described as grunge and what came after (conveniently enough described [&hellip

  • Michael Woodman
    by Jez Rowden on August 2, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    Over the last decade and more, Thumpermonkey have produced a string of exhilarating albums and become a fantastically exciting live band in the process. This week, the band’s singer, guitarist and writer Michael Woodman releases the first music under his own name, the Psithurism EP, on Kavus Torabi’s Believers Roast label. With solo shows planned [&hellip

  • Michael Woodman – Psithurism [EP]
    by Jez Rowden on August 2, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    ‘Psithurism’ is a word that rolls off the tongue very pleasantly. With a desire to use it, further investigation reveals that it comes from an ancient Greek term to reference the sound of wind through the trees. Bingo! “The psithurism is particularly pleasing this evening, Dear…” So it’s a big ‘thank you’ to Michael Woodman, [&hellip

  • Victor Go – Tales From McIntyre Lake
    by Nick Hudson on August 1, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    The first release I heard from Victor Go was the Ukrainian multi-instrumentalist’s fourth album, The Leap (released last year). The internet has provided opportunities for many a one-man-band to put their music out there, and I admit I tend to approach these sorts of artists with a fair degree of trepidation. It’s probably fair to [&hellip

  • Neal Morse Band (NMB) – “Innocence & Danger”
    by Rob on August 1, 2021 at 10:25 am

    NMB is the new abbreviation used by the Neal Morse Band, kinda like ELP or ELO. They are back with another double album, “Innocence & Danger.” Unlike the last two albums, this is not a concept record and to be … Continue reading →

  • TPA News – August 2021
    by The Progressive Aspect on August 1, 2021 at 8:00 am

    Latest Prog News from across the progressive music spectrum & updated throughout August 2021 02/08/2021: Michael Woodman talks to TPA Over the last decade and more, Thumpermonkey have produced a string of exhilarating albums and become a fantastically exciting live band in the process. This week, the band’s singer, guitarist and writer Michael Woodman releases [&hellip

  • Coevality – Multiple Personalities
    by Bob Mulvey on July 31, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    Wow…! I mean, WOW! Los Angeles-based Coevality have announced their arrival with an absolutely stunning debut album. So impressed with Multiple Personalities, I will go on record now and say 2021 will be a truly spectacular year indeed if this album were not to appear in my TPA top 5 in the end of year [&hellip

  • Dusan Jevtovic & Vasil Hadzimanov – DUO
    by Nick Hudson on July 30, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    Listening to this album for the first time, from the first notes I knew I was in love. That reaction wasn’t unexpected, as the previous albums from both Dusan Jevtovic and Vasil Hadzimanov that I have (If You See Me and Lines in Sand respectively) are superb. But it did make me wonder if I [&hellip

  • Pale Mannequin – Colours of Continuity
    by David Edwards on July 29, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    Pale Mannequin are a Polish progressive rock band from Warsaw, who started out as a solo project of guitarist and vocalist Tomasz Izdebski in 2016. However, as the process of writing for the debut album progressed, Tomasz joined forces with Jakub Lukowski on drums, Dariusz Goc on bass and Grzegorz Mazur on guitar and vocals, [&hellip

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