Album Reviews

Vola – Applause of a Distant Crowd

20th September 2018 Rick Ossian

Upon hearing Copenhagen’s Vola and their latest recording, Applause of a Distant Crowd, I am reminded of many things; different musics and bands/artists, of course, but also peace – and roaring silence, mixed with violence.  [Read »]

VOLA

20th September 2018 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Formed in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2006, VOLA explore a mix of 70’s style progressive rock, electronica, industrial and metal, topped off with clear, beautiful vocal lines. After recording early demos, they self-released two EPs, ‘Homesick [Read »]

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Summer Storm

17th September 2018 Chris Galea

Patrice Vigier – Guitarist, Guitar Maker Patrice Vigier has been a worldwide, reputable, non-industrial guitar maker since 1980. His reputation has been manifested due to his innovative instruments, such as the fretless guitars with metal fingerboards, [Read »]

Album of the Month

Lux Terminus – The Courage To Be

28th August 2018 Rick Ossian

A certain frame of mind needs to be entered if one is to listen to Cleveland, Ohio natives Lux Terminus.  This is actually more like embarking on a musical excursion, if you will. Prog listeners [Read »]

Lux Terminus

28th August 2018 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Lux Terminus was formed by keyboard player Vikram Shankar (Redemption) along with his old bandmates from progressive rock band Gravity, Matthew Kerschner (drums) and Brian Craft (bass). Led by Shankar’s piano playing, Lux Terminus plays [Read »]

Album Reviews

Milk White Throat – House of Fire EP

14th August 2018 Rick Ossian

Milk White Throat are a three-piece alternative prog/punk aggregation from Brighton. After one single, Under Duress, was recorded, and some family issues dealt with, they got together to record this, their first EP.  House of [Read »]

Milk White Throat

14th August 2018 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Milk White Throat are a three-piece alternative progressive rock band from England. The trio consists of Tom (guitars), Guillaume (drums), and Brian (bass/vocals), and draws influence from a wide range of artists from The Mars [Read »]

Album Reviews

Piqaia – Artifact

15th July 2018 Rick Ossian

Now this is what I’m talking about!  Classic prog rock from some folks who obviously know what they are up to! Clean vocals for the most part, though they do a bit of a growl [Read »]

Album of the Month

Haken – L-1VE

17th June 2018 Rick Ossian

Listening to Haken (pronounced Hay-ken) can be a complete aural orgasm if you let it. The important thing to remember while listening is that you are in for an extended journey, oftentimes within the parameters [Read »]