Dutchman, Anglophile, on board with TPA since 2019, a regular concert reviewer and sometimes-interviewer. Also reviewer, blogger, interviewer and uploader for Dutch top ranking prog website Progwereld.
Welsh born but now living in Robin Hood Country with the missus and Dave the Dachshund. Have three grown up kids, two Grandchildren, not enough wine in the fridge, and still clinging to the musical past in so many ways.
Despite being TPA’s youngest member, Basil is ironically more fond of the old stuff and has a hankering for reissues and boxsets...
...founding member of The Progressive Aspect (TPA) set up in 2013 and previously Editor at DPRP. A musician and lover of innovative music in all its guises...
Born in the UK, but now lives in Brussels, Dave was one of the first guys to join the TPA team... Album, concert reviews and our man at the Night Of The Prog Festivals...
After 43 years in engineering in Derbyshire I left, in 2016, to pursue my interest in writing and photography full time. My other passion is music and it has been a privilege to be able to interview the stars of the industry, many of whom have been heroes of mine for many years...
Walking, gardening, real ale, live music. Music is the best.
A founding member of The Progressive Aspect (set up in 2013), Jez is the editor of TPA's Review sections. He has been writing reviews since 2006, initially for DPRP, and continues to wax lyrical (ish) about albums and concerts here at TPA.
The Hard Baroquer is Pana Markides‘ music hobby. Pana has been a home guitarist for nearly 20 years now, and has begun this site for two reasons: to motivate him to be a better musician through the Home Music Blog; and to hopefully teach and help others on their road to improvement through The Music Hub.
A man who likes to play with sticks and burn things with fire.
Rob helps to co-ordinate the TPA review team and edits the News section. A recovering academic, he enjoys imaginative storytelling, science fiction (not always good story telling!), cinema, theatre outings and good wine. He presents Progressive Discoveries in collaboration with Anthony Rowsick's Prog-Watch show on Progzilla Radio.
A founding member of TPA, Roger is TPA's HR man and all-round attack dog. When not straining at the leash, he has been known to scribble a bit. Roger keeps his own blog called "Astounded by Sound"
Born: Reading, left there so long ago now integrated Devonian. Eclectic musical tastes but love the complexity of progressive music. 31 years in the Civil Service, which accounts for my insanity. Introduction to prog; Genesis 1973 Reading. Other likes, Yes, Floyd, Big Big Train, BJH, Supertramp, Lacuna Coil, Fairport Convention, but not fixed in style or taste.
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