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John Hackett - Another Life

John Hackett – Another Life

Published on 15th April 2016 | by Mel Allen

John Hackett, younger brother of Steve, has been active in the world progressive music for quite some time and has made a number of solo albums, mostly for the flute, as well as being part of... Read More

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Mothertongue - Unsongs

Mothertongue – Unsongs

Published on 13th April 2016 | by Roger Trenwith

There is such a thing as good modern pop…no, really, there is. Forget all that autotuned nonsense that dominates braindead mainstream radio, or “hairdresser music” as I call it, and ignore the witless proclamations of a... Read More

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Jump - Over The Top

Jump – Over The Top

Published on 12th April 2016 | by Jez Rowden

Working somewhat on the periphery of prog for much of their 26 years together, Jump are something of a well kept secret but their dedication to what they do and a stability in the line-up, that... Read More

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Haken - Affinity

Haken – Affinity

Published on 10th April 2016 | by Basil Francis

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock this decade, you’ll have no doubt heard of Haken, the latest truly progressive band to take the world by storm. Despite being able to be broadly categorised with the... Read More

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Nad Sylvan - Courting The Widow

Nad Sylvan – Courting The Widow

Published on 8th April 2016 | by Leo Trimming

Nad Sylvan has come to more prominence in the Progressive rock world in recent years for his role as vocalist with Steve Hackett as they have recorded and extensively toured the Genesis Revisited II album around... Read More

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Motorpsycho – Here Be Monsters

Motorpsycho – Here Be Monsters

Published on 7th April 2016 | by Roger Trenwith

Given the relatively sparse population of Scandinavia, it seems that everyone living in the land of the Vikings must know someone in a band, such is the vast size and scope of the area’s music scene.... Read More

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Southern Empire - Southern Empire

Southern Empire – Southern Empire

Published on 6th April 2016 | by Rob Fisher

Time “is the fire in which we burn” (Forest Fire). The aching awareness of our mortality, the relentless, incessant and seemingly quicker passing of the years forces the uncomfortable recognition that there is more behind us... Read More

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