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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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Music Is Alive & Well with Nick Katona
‘Music is Alive & Well’ focus’s on playing and promoting all styles of Independent Music provided by indie labels and bands. Music Is Alive and Well with Nick Katona 10:00 AM (EST) WORLDWIDE CLOCK TIME[...]

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  • Caravan – The Decca/Deram Years: 1970 – 1975
    by John Wenlock-Smith on September 19, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Caravan are a legendary Prog band from Canterbury whose elegant and whimsically lyrical music has captivated many listeners over the years. They released a stunning selection of albums of consistently high quality in the mid-1970s and are still around today as an excellent live act. My history with Caravan is related to my record store [&am

  • Lunatic Soul – Under The Fragmented Sky
    by Leo Trimming on September 18, 2019 at 5:30 pm

    Under the Fragmented Sky was a rather unexpected release in 2018 from Lunatic Soul. In late 2018 there was understandably a lot of focus upon Riverside’s new album Wasteland, but earlier in the year there was this rather less lauded and low key release by the band’s Mariusz Duda, who effectively is Lunatic Soul. Duda [&am

  • Nova Cascade – A Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows
    by Scott Evans on September 17, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    It’s been just over a year since I reviewed Nova Cascade’s debut album Above All Else and the band, spearheaded very much by Dave Hilborne, have gone from strength to strength with very positive reviews, so it was with great pleasure I received A Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows to digest. No band, I am sure, [&am

  • The Kentish Spires – Sprezzatura
    by James R. Turner on September 16, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    The follow up to last year’s The Last Harvest see’s this Canterbury scene inspired band gain a couple of new members (drummer James Hall and woodwind player Chris Egan). It was recorded over a 40 day period, where the band worked quickly and, according to the press release, discarded anything that didn’t fit. What you [&am

  • Toto – 40 Tours Around The Sun
    by Alex Driessen on September 15, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Toto is a band that divides music fans into two camps, pro or con, and there is no middle ground. You either condemn the group for its silky smooth productions, catchy tunes and (too) high hit content, or you embrace them on the basis of their undisputed musical capabilities, melodic music and writing qualities. I [&am

  • IQ
    by Leo Trimming on September 14, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Islington Assembly Hall, London Saturday 7th September Resistance Album Launch Event The launch of a new IQ studio album is a special event – they only happen about every 4 or 5 years, so it’s understandable that there was a definite air of anticipation and expectation in a packed Islington Assembly Hall. What would the [&am

  • Justin Hayward
    by Geoff Ford on September 13, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Symphony Hall, Birmingham Tuesday 10th September 2019 When Justin Hayward plays Birmingham it inevitably feels like a home-coming. Even though he was born in Swindon (“that place that everyone passes on the M4”, he laughs), Birmingham is the home town of prog rock pioneers The Moody Blues, of which Justin Hayward was such a vital [&am

  • Tool – Fear Inoculum
    by Roger Trenwith on September 12, 2019 at 5:30 pm

    Ah, the joys of writing about a band with no preconceptions. You may think it strange, but until I listened to this album I don’t think I’ve knowingly heard anything by Tool. This band are evidently HUGE on the prog metal scene, especially so in their home territory over The Pond in the U. S. [&am

  • King Of Agogik – After The Last Stroke
    by Leo Trimming on September 11, 2019 at 5:43 pm

    After the Last Stroke is the seventh album by German multi-instrumentalist Hans Jörg Schmitz, who releases solo albums under the curious soubriquet ‘King of Agogik’. This name came from a humourous exchange experienced by Schmitz when he was playing with a covers band (the graphically named ‘The Assholes’!) when the guitar player stopped playing in [&am

  • Red Kite – Red Kite
    by Roger Trenwith on September 10, 2019 at 5:51 pm

    This Red Kite, from Norway, are not be confused with an alt-rock band of the same name from London, as an internet search can get a tad confusing! Deliciously scuzzy, like a good vibe in an otherwise sleazy nightclub, Red Kite enter our audio world with some pleasant meandering for a minute or two before [&am

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