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Red Bazar - Things As They Appear

Red Bazar – Things As They Appear

Published on 28th January 2019 | by Leo Trimming

In these unsettled days Red Bazar return with the rather timely album Things as They Appear, which casts a critical observational eye on some contemporary issues. Red Bazar were one of Progressive Rock’s ‘Surprise packages’ in... Read More


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The Tronosonic Experience – II - The Big Blow

The Tronosonic Experience – II: The Big Blow

Published on 27th January 2019 | by Mel Allen

The Tronosonic Experience, from Oslo in Norway, return with their second album, their first release on the excellent Apollon Records. The band’s music is inspired by avant garde jazz artists of the Sixties and Seventies progressive... Read More


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Steve Hackett - At the Edge of Light

Steve Hackett – At the Edge of Light

Published on 26th January 2019 | by John Wenlock-Smith

I’ve long been an admirer of Steve Hackett and highly respect his work ethic, his commitment to music and his affable nature. This new album continues that pleasure as I am pleased to report that it... Read More


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Laktating Yak - Origin of the Yak

Laktating Yak – Origin of the Yak

Published on 22nd January 2019 | by James R. Turner

What’s in a name you ask? Well, if your parents were Mr and Mrs Wood, they probably shouldn’t name you Ken, or if your surname was Awful, you wouldn’t use it as a brand name, after... Read More


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D Project - Find Your Sun

D Project – Find Your Sun

Published on 21st January 2019 | by Andrew Halley

Founded in 2006 by multi-instrumentalist Stéphane Desbiens and lyric writer Francis Foy, this Canadian band are now onto their fifth studio album. Perhaps not as well known as Rush or Saga, but Find Your Sun could,... Read More


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Vertical Alignment – The Trail of Tears Suite

Vertical Alignment – The Trail of Tears Suite

Published on 20th January 2019 | by Professor Mark

Imagine if Kansas had made an entire album out of the song Cheyenne Anthem capturing the heartbreaking story of a legendary tragedy. Well, they didn’t, but Vertical Alignment, from Atlanta, Georgia, have. After an arduous process... Read More


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Simon Godfrey - Black Bag Archive Vol 4

Simon Godfrey – Black Bag Archive Volume IV

Published on 18th January 2019 | by Phil Lively

The story so far… In November 2015 I reviewed Simon Godfrey’s Black Bag Archive, Volume I, a collection of salvaged tracks from unfinished projects. In February 2017 I reviewed Simon Godfrey’s Black Bag Archive, Volume II,... Read More


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