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Dave Bainbridge - Celestial Fire

Dave Bainbridge – Celestial Fire

Published on 13th May 2015 | by Bob Mulvey

Ten years after the release of his first solo album, composer and multi-instrumentalist Dave Bainbridge returns with his second release, and whereas Veil Of Gossamer had the trappings of a solo album – no criticism intended... Read More


Album Reissues

Keith Emerson – At The Movies

Keith Emerson – At The Movies

Published on 11th May 2015 | by Bob Mulvey

In general I’m not a huge fan of compilations, preferring, in the most part, to purchase the original albums and if necessary create my own “best of”. In the case of Mr Emerson’s previous band this would... Read More


Album Reissues

Deke Leonard - Iceberg - Kamikaze

Deke Leonard – Iceberg / Kamikaze

Published on 6th May 2015 | by Roger Trenwith

Iceberg Co-founder of Welsh wizards Man and lifelong rock’n’roll raconteur, Deke Leonard was in and out of that legendary band more times than Harold Wilson collected and handed in the keys to 10 Downing Street. After... Read More


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Methexis - Suiciety

Methexis – Suiciety

Published on 3rd May 2015 | by Roger Trenwith

Methexis is the brainchild of Greek multi-instrumentalist, composer and arranger Nikitas Kissonas, a former member of Greek bands Verbal Delirium and Yianneis, and Suiciety is the second album from the project. The debut, entitled Fall Of... Read More


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Rhys Marsh - Sentiment

Rhys Marsh – Sentiment

Published on 2nd May 2015 | by Phil Lively

I’m listening to Sentiment by Rhys Marsh. I’m mindful that some people will already be familiar with his work but I was not. Did you read my Mandala review? Perhaps that’s where you’ve heard of Rhys... Read More


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Julie Tippetts & Martin Archer – Vestigium

Julie Tippetts & Martin Archer – Vestigium

Published on 30th April 2015 | by Roger Trenwith

Julie Tippetts, long-time jazz songstress, initially famous for her association with Brian Auger in the 1960s, and Martin Archer, a multi-talented independent Sheffield based progressive musical adventurer, continue their partnership with Vestigium, their fourth album to... Read More


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Schnellertollermeier - X

Schnellertollermeier – X

Published on 29th April 2015 | by Phil Lively

As many of you already know, I’ve been living in a box for the last two decades so I know nothing about anything. Perhaps less. That means I didn’t know about SCHNELLERTOLLERMEIER. I can see that... Read More


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Anekdoten – Until All The Ghosts Are Gone

Published on 26th April 2015 | by Jez Rowden

Mellotrons. They’re bloody great aren’t they? And guitars, big drums and massive amounts of in-your-face bass. And Mellotrons. Mmmmmmellotrons. Lots of ’em. I’m a sucker for the old “Orchestra in a Drinks Cabinet” but despite being... Read More


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