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Comedy of Errors - House of the Mind

Comedy of Errors – House of the Mind

Published on 21st July 2017 | by Professor Mark

Just in time for their Saturday night performance at 2017’s Night of Prog Festival at Loreley on 15th July, Comedy of Errors return with House of the Mind, a collection of great new music, which also... Read More


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Cheer-Accident - Putting Off Death

CHEER-ACCIDENT – Putting Off Death

Published on 18th July 2017 | by Roger Trenwith

You know that thing where Henry Cow gatecrash a Randy Newman song? No? Well it happens on the opening track to Putting Off Death, the 18th(!) album from redoubtable Chicagoan avant rockers CHEER-ACCIDENT, and their third... Read More


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Stackridge - The Final Bow, Bristol 2015

Stackridge – The Final Bow, Bristol 2015

Published on 17th July 2017 | by Ian Francis Osborne

Harold Wilson once famously said that a week was a long time in politics; I wonder what he would have made of my forty-six years of following one band fandom? It was forty-six years ago today... Read More


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Toby Driver - Madonnawhore

Toby Driver – Madonnawhore

Published on 11th July 2017 | by Roger Trenwith

Toby Driver is an integral cog in one of the few truly progressive rock bands on the planet, the ever-morphing Kayo Dot. More than a decade on from his first, here Toby makes his second solo... Read More


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Discipline - Captives of the Wine Dark Sea

Discipline – Captives of the Wine Dark Sea

Published on 7th July 2017 | by Mel Allen

From Detroit, Michigan, Discipline return for their fifth studio album, Captives of the Wine Dark Sea, released on their new label Laser’s Edge. There are few bands that can give me a buzz of anticipation for... Read More


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Bjorn Riis - Forever Comes To An End

Bjørn Riis – Forever Comes to an End

Published on 6th July 2017 | by Rob Fisher

‘Haunting’ is a word which is frequently used in relation to a number of progressive albums, signalling a disquieting and lingering sense of presence which inhabits and permeates the music, bringing with it associated feelings of... Read More


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Mumpbeak - Tooth

Mumpbeak – Tooth

Published on 2nd July 2017 | by Roger Trenwith

Four years on from their tumultuous self-titled debut album, multi-national combo Mumpbeak reappear with this album of shifting moods and confounded expectations. Unlike on that first album, there is no impressive list of guest players this... Read More


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