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Rick Wakeman - Fields of Green

Rick Wakeman – Fields of Green

Published on 30th October 2016 | by Basil Francis

Rick Wakeman has had a somewhat prolific career. A quick trip to Progarchives shows that he was producing more music in the 1990s than in any other decade, a staggering 37 studio albums and 9 live... Read More


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The Gasoline Band – The Gasoline Band

Published on 30th October 2016 | by Basil Francis

Esoteric must have really reached into the depths of obscurity to find this record lying around, but the result is worth it. To experience concisely written, expertly artistic big-band style jazz-fusion, look no further than this... Read More


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Circuline – Counterpoint

Published on 29th October 2016 | by Jez Rowden

“Modern cinematic prog” reads the blurb on Circuline’s website, and they’re not wrong. This one has been kicking around on the review pile for too long now. It immediately struck me as a good album but... Read More


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Caligula’s Horse – Bloom

Published on 29th October 2016 | by John Wenlock-Smith

Bloom is the third album from Caligula’s Horse and it is the first that I have heard in full. Caligula’s Horse are primarily a Prog metal band who hail from Australia’s Gold Coast, Brisbane to be... Read More


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Sphelm - These Roads Know No Boundaries

Sphelm – These Roots Know No Boundaries

Published on 28th October 2016 | by Roger Trenwith

Marvellously expressive, this is an album where the music almost becomes secondary to the swirling and gentle atmosphere it weaves around itself. An intriguing mixture of electronics and guitars in open and other odd tunings, one... Read More


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Kyros – Vox Humana

Published on 27th October 2016 | by Basil Francis

It feels like only yesterday I saw Synaesthesia tumble onto the stage at the Boerderij in Zoetermeer for their very first gig. Wait, no it doesn’t, it’s been bloody ages! Synaesthesia, er… Kyros are finally back... Read More


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Thence - We Are Left With A Song

Thence – We Are Left With A Song

Published on 25th October 2016 | by Rob Fisher

When time finally runs out for the human race, what will we be left with? We face increasing uncertainty about the future, the dwindling availability of resources, the extinction of species, the greed and consumption which... Read More


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