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Laughing Stock : Zero Acts 1&2 (2021)

Apollon Records, 48mins  Norway http://www.laughingstock.no/ https://www.facebook.com/bandlaughingstock/ My Rating 90/100 Picking up from their website that an early musical influence was UK band ‘Talk Talk’ it is, therefore, no surprise that they probably chose their...

The Druids of Stonehenge –American Ghosts (2020)

US Apple Music 38:40  Skyfire Promotions rick@skyfireinteractive.media I https://www.facebook.com/thedruidsofstonehenge/ My Rating 80/100 The history surrounding “The Druids of Stonehenge” is very well documented from their early forays in the sixties New York ‘garage...

Alan Reed : Live From The Razors Edge

2018 Red Dwarf Recordings CD UK  56:35Mins http://reddwarfrecordings.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/AlanReedMusician/ My Rating (Geoff Penn) 80/100 : Red Dwarf Recordings are issuing a selection of Alan’s solo material as well as some Pallas classics recorded at...

Alchem –Viaggio Al Centro Della Tebba (Journey To The Centre of the Earth)

Black Widow Records Italy 2018 Alternative/Prog Rock/Metal CD 65:0 min www.alchemwebsite.com/alchemband        www.facebook.com/pg/alchem.band/about/?ref Geoff Penn - Rating 85/100 From a compositional perspective: ‘Alchem’ is one of those albums which will truly...

Alan Royes –AR Project 5 (2020)

Review by Geoff Penn Private Press UK 2020 Marco Royes, cover concept Alan Royes is primarily an English businessman, who in his spare time has a real passion for rock music and playing the electric guitar together with various keyboard accompaniments. But rather than...

Bròn: Pred Dverima Noći (2020)

Veteran composer and musician Krigeist, with past activities in both the UK and New Zealand, is currently based out of Serbia in Europe. His project Bròn has been in development there since at least 2014, and according to the metal encyclopedia he has released 6 full...

The White Kites –Devillusion (2020)

Deep Field Records 46:15mins Poland Theatrical Psyche https://thewhitekites.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/TheWhiteKites/ By Geoff Penn -My Rating 90/100 This is certainly a period in time when there are a whole host of brilliant hard rock and progressive rock...

Aro: He Manu Anō (2020)

It is impossible to know where to start when talking about the sheer delight of living in Aotearoa, New Zealand, but one of those has to be the way the country has been spared from the worst excesses of COVID-19 due to a series of good decisions, luck, and...

Stone Sour: Hydrograd (2017)

It is impossible to talk about Stone Sour without also mentioning Slipknot, given that this was the band originally formed by singer Corey Taylor and former drummer Joel Ekman back in 1992, with guitarist Jim Root coming onboard in 1995, before the band was put on...

Those Darn Gnomes: Calling Whitetails to a Tuned Bow (2019)

I have long been a fan of the music coming out of warped brain of David Brenner, who generally operates under the name Gridfailure, and last year I came across the album he recorded with Christian Molenaar from San Diego’s intense free jazz/noise collective Those Darn...


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  • The Residents – Freak Show: pREServed Edition
    by Roger Trenwith on February 23, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    The Residents – more a concept than a band, at least in the early days, when their carefully constructed mythology based around an obscurantist cult of anonymity was enough to arouse the curiosity of many a passing left-field inclined listener. This one sat here typing this being one of a few hundred this side of [&hellip

  • Schnellertollermeier – 5
    by Mel Allen on February 22, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    There comes a time when new musical directions can speak to you, in my later years I have been drawn to the more challenging aspects where having to invest time in what I am listening to reaps huge rewards. The discovery of Schnellertollermeier has met those aspirations with their experimental avant post-jazz improv approach. The [&hellip

  • A Different Aspect #54
    by The Progressive Aspect on February 21, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    In this update we feature: • Opal Ocean – The Hadal Zone • morrum – Death Of Amazement • Eyot – 557799 • Violent Silence – Twilight Furies • Secret North Ox – Deadwood Oscillations • Shining Pyramid – Tree Opal Ocean – The Hadal Zone Bob Mulvey Love this album! Opal Ocean’s The Hadal [&hellip

  • Aborym – Hostile
    by Nick Hudson on February 20, 2021 at 9:00 pm

    One of the best things about reviewing music is that something can be thrown my way that I might otherwise not have come across. This happened recently, when I was offered Aborym’s latest album, Hostile. I knew of the band, as I enjoyed their 2017 release, Shifting.negative, though at the time I seemed to be [&hellip

  • Cesarians – Rachel Frieda
    by Roger Trenwith on February 20, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    It is not possible to be aware of everything going down in the wonderful world of niche music, even if you are part of (or incarcerated in, come to think of it!) a fine institution like TPA, where our metaphorical finger is not so much on the pulse as making random stabs into the murky [&hellip

  • Stewart Clark
    by Tony Colvill on February 19, 2021 at 7:02 pm

    With guitarist and singer Stewart Clark‘s new album, Let’s Go There recently released, TPA’s Tony Colvill asks the question, ‘Who is Stewart Clark?’ Stewart Clark: I often wonder myself! Been making music since I was 15, I’m 62 now! Been in several bands, punk and pop. No success but lots of fun. My first love [&hellip

  • Stewart Clark – Let’s Go There
    by Tony Colvill on February 19, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    We’ve all bought albums for the cover, only to find that the cover is great but the contents are not. Fortunately, that is not the case with Stewart Clark’s Let’s Go There. It’s a 36-minute gem, every track fits into that Goldilocks ‘just right’ zone, showing Mr Clark’s incredible talent. With a Roger Dean-like landscape [&hellip

  • Strawbs – Settlement
    by Andrew Halley on February 18, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    Settlement is Strawbs’ umpteenth album and the follow up to The Ferryman’s Curse which was a superb prog record released in November 2017, but unfortunately associated with the untimely demise of producer Chris Tsangarides a month later. This record too is similarly tinged with sadness as it is dedicated to founding member Tony Hooper who [&hellip

  • Draconian – Under A Godless Veil
    by Shawn Dudley on February 17, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    Draconian’s journey to Under A Godless Veil has been a long one. Johan Ericson (guitarist, composer, producer) and Anders Jacobsson (vocals, lyricist) formed the group in 1994 when they were still teenagers and then spent the next nine years moulding the band, recording demos and working toward securing a record deal. Their debut album, When [&hellip

  • 35 Tapes – Home
    by Richard Swan on February 16, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    It has only been in the last few years that I have discovered the talents of Scandinavian, and in particular Norwegian, progressive rock bands. Where have I been all my life? So imagine my delight when Prog Magazine introduced me to 35 Tapes nearly two years ago, with a review of their debut album, Lost [&hellip


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