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Not A Good Sign ~ Not A Good Sign

Not A Good Sign – Not A Good Sign

Published on 21st January 2014 | by Bob Mulvey

On the contrary this release from Not A Good Sign is well and truly a good sign for progressive rock and should certainly appeal to fans of the heavily keyboard orchestrated prog of the early 70s. A bold... Read More


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Tatvamasi ~ Parts Of The Entirety

Tatvamasi – Parts Of The Entirety

Published on 18th January 2014 | by Roger Trenwith

Tatvamasi are, for me at least, a hitherto unknown Polish band that fuse elements of Eastern European folk music with helpings of jazz, 60s underground rock music, and angular experimentalism. The band name derives from Sanskrit... Read More


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Arve Henrikson ~ Places Of Worship

Arve Henriksen – Places Of Worship

Published on 10th January 2014 | by Roger Trenwith

No-one does introspective soul-searching quite like the Scandinavians. Isolated geographically, they form a willing island of the mind wherein every dark corner is probed. This manifests itself in their art, literature, (fabulous) TV, and of course,... Read More


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John Irvine Band ~ Next Stop

The John Irvine Band – Next Stop

Published on 5th January 2014 | by Bob Mulvey

Next Stop is the second release from The John Irvine Band and follows up their impressive debut Wait & See from 2011. As with their debut Next Stop is written and composed by John Irvine (guitar... Read More


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The Cosmic Remedy ~ The Cosmic Remedy

The Cosmic Remedy – The Cosmic Remedy

Published on 4th January 2014 | by Bob Mulvey

The Cosmic Remedy are relatively a new band tracing their origins back to early in 2012. Initially a solo project for Bogáti-Bokor Ákos (Yesterdays & Tabula Smaragdina), who decided to utilise some downtime from Yesterdays to work... Read More


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Might Could ~ Relics From The Wasteland

Might Could – Relics From The Wasteland

Published on 2nd January 2014 | by Bob Mulvey

The aptly titled, second studio album, All Intertwined, was my first introduction to the all acoustic, instrumental quartet, Might Could. They followed this album up two years later by the equally impressive Wood Knot and as... Read More


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Fractal Mirror ~ Strange Attractors

Fractal Mirror – Strange Attractors

Published on 1st January 2014 | by Bob Mulvey

Although Strange Attractors is the band’s first full length album, two members of Fractal Mirror can trace their musical beginnings back to the mid Eighties. In fact Dutchmen Ed van Haagen and Leo Koperdraat have worked together... Read More


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Clive Nolan ~ Alchemy

Clive Nolan – Alchemy Live

Published on 1st January 2014 | by Julie Mulvey

This is a review of the Alchemy Live DVD performance filmed in the Wyspianski Theatre, Katowice (Poland) in conjunction with Metal Mind Productions (MMP) in February 2013 and which was subsequently released in October 2013.    This... Read More


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