Happy New Year! Well, hopefully things will start to show an improvement at last. Despite the restrictions on social gatherings, live music and fun in general, the boffins at various music-making facilities around the globe have been beavering away to…View More TPA Best Albums of 2021
“Extraordinary times call for extraordinary music” say Isildurs Bane, Sweden’s leading and most forward thinking chamber rock ensemble, as they return with a new album – and they have certainly delivered. Isildurs Bane have been very successful in attracting quality…View More Isildurs Bane & Peter Hammill – In Disequilibrium
Happy New Year! It’s that time again where we look ahead to the audible delights that might give us a quick peck on the cheek, a full-blown snog or have us running screaming from the singles bar in 2010. It’s…View More TPA Best Albums of 2019
As we approach the half way point of 2019 and enjoy the delights of many fabulous releases, members of The Progressive Aspect team, in collaboration with Anthony Rowsick’s radio programme Prog-Watch, have collected together their “Best Albums of 2019 (so…View More Best of 2019 (So Far)….
Isuldurs Bane have a long history of making exciting and interesting music, pushing boundaries, taking risks and expanding the always varied musical palette with their unique brand of chamber rock. The ensemble has always been a collective of very talented…View More Isildurs Bane & Peter Hammill – In Amazonia
Loreley Amphitheatre, St. Goarshausen, Germany 13th to 15th July 2018 So here we are once again, Lovely Loreley…. Unfortunately, due to traffic, we missed the opening band – Deafening Opera – but made it to hear the final few songs…View More Night of the Prog XIII, Loreley, Germany – “As it Happens” Photo Blog
Off The Radar is the fourteenth studio album from Isildurs Bane, and that title could reflect how they have gone about their musical vision these last forty years; quietly, evolving, changing direction, all the time maintaining their integrity. From my…View More Isildurs Bane – Off the Radar
When it was announced that Swedish progressive music pioneers Isildurs Bane and Steve Hogarth, Marillion’s vocalist, had come together for a musical collaboration my interest was notched up quite a bit. Isildurs Bane have been around in progressive music circle…View More Isildurs Bane & Steve Hogarth – Colours Not Found in Nature