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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Review by kenethlevine — Music is often most appropriately judged not by its own shifts but by its ability to move the listener, and this is especially the case for the all instrumental, largely acoustic "En el Principo" by Chilean band "Su
Review by Finnforest — My Triumph trilogy Triumph is one of those bands which officially sanctioned "proggers" feel the need to debase, when in reality the band has always been a feel-good hard rock band who I'm sure doesn't pine for the ap
Well folks, I’m not sure there’s going to be anyone talking about that Beyonc set later tonight given that the hottest moment of Coachella 2018 just went down: the Walmart yodel kid just made an appearance during Whethan&#8217
Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother — In addition to the endless symphonic gems and heavier guitar-driven albums of the early vintage Italian progressive era of the Seventies, there are also a handful of supremely beautiful and experimental works
When legendary guitarist Michael Schenker decides to put his name on a fest, he sure as hell goes all out. The touring Michael Schenker Fest featured a whopping 2 hour and 45 minute career-spanning set that featured four different singers (Gary Barde
Review by kenethlevine — The first album by UK medieval folk group SERPENTYNE was cast as MAGGIE-BETH SAND AND SERPENTYNE, which followed on from an earlier incarnation, MAGGIE SAND and SANDRAGON. This is well played but somewhat emotionall
A giant of bop piano, Earl Rudolph “Bud” Powell was also stricken by events that adversely affected his art and directly led to his early passing. As a result, many have shied away from his later recordings, and particularly those
As the prevailing king and queen of Americana, its more likely youll see Jason Isbell and Amanda Shiresat amphitheaters or headlining big summer festivals. Its rare to see them together in clubs these days, especially one as intimate as The Hamilton
Review by Mellotron Storm — "The Golden Voyage To Samarkand" is a 17 1/2 minute EP and one long song. I really like the idea behind this and the cover art here gives us a glimpse of part of that journey. I feel the start and some other sect
VIA PRESS RELEASE | Who Came First is the debut solo record by Pete Townshend, first released in 1972. The album collected together tracks from Townshend’s private pressings of his tributes to Meher Baba, Happy Birthday and I Am, a
Review by siLLy puPPy — While many artists in the Canterbury Scene and progressive rock in general faded away during the 80s while other forms of music dominated the attention span of the MTV generation, these same musicians didn't just go
Whoever is behind the marketing for Insecure Men deserves a prize. I had never heard of these guys, but Im a massive fan of The Moonlandinz and Fat White Family. In fact, The Moonlandinz 2017 release Interplanetary Class Classics was my favorite albu
Review by Kingsnake — This is exactly the kind of music I'm always looking for.Instrumental music with a pastoral feel. A mixture of (medieval) folk, world, prog, jazz, fusion and classical music.All instruments are analog and/or acoustic,
Review by Windhawk — UK band LED ZEPPELIN, following their initial phase as The New Yardbirds, became one of the giantsof music in the first half of the 1970's. The second half of the decade was more of a slow decenttowards the end for the
Review by siLLy puPPy — Although they had only formed a mere five years prior from the ashes of the Wilde Flowers, THE SOFT MACHINE had transmogrified from a beat inspired 60s psychedelic pop and proto-prog entity into a fully fledged jazz-
Review by DamoXt7942 — Exactly dispersed, dissected, distorted authentic acid folk. 'The Madcap Laughs' is kinda vertigo accelerator for me, that cannot be removed by antihistaminic agents. Am I wrong?A transcendent musical madness 'The Mad
Review by kev rowland — I'm not sure if this has been released on CD, as the only reviews I have seen are for the DVD, but I only have the audio files so will have to treat this as an album. I'm not sure if new drummer Antonius Gruetzner kn
Review by proghaven — Their second studio release is slightly harder and more complex than the debut, and even more guest prog superstars are involved. But the idea of a 'prog collective' remains the same: Billy Sherwood composed, produced,
Logo used by permission Sirius XM has taken their very best music station off the satellites forever. Apparently The Loft didn't draw in enough listeners to satisfy the suits who run the company so their free form, DJ programmed, alternative
Review by Warthur — The self-released debut LP by Miriodor finds the band drawing from diverse prog subgenres. It's only natural that this includes the jazz-rock stylings of the likes of Maneige, since Miriodor also hail from Quebec, and th
Review by b_olariu — 3.5 stars for sureAura is one of the unfairly unknown italian progressive metal band formed around 2000 with 3 albumsin their pockets so far. When I discovered this band because of their debut A Different View FromThe S
Greetings from Laurel Canyon! Tonight you’re mine, completely / You give your love so sweetly / Tonight the light of love is in your eyes / But will you love me tomorrow / Is this a lasting treasure / Or just a moment’s pleasure /
Review by Tzeck — Chromatic Point is a Macedonian ethno progressive metal band that combines smoothly prog rock andmetal aestetics with Macedonian and Balkans folk music. This is their debut album released just twoyears after the foundation
Review by kenethlevine — On the surface, this 5th album by German Celtic Rockers GALAHAD lacks the allure of the couple that preceded it. For starters, for some reason Paul Alexander Jost handles the bulk of the vocal duties for the first t
Review by TenYearsAfter — This Spanish formation was rooted in 1998, after their previous (third) effort Endless Journey from 2005, I was very pleased to notice a gradual progress in PI2 their melodic and accessible progrock sound on their
Review by proghaven — First of all, there was absolutely no reason to list both The Prog Collective albums here on Prog Archives as 'various artists'. Both are definitively not what we call V/A, but de facto Billy Sherwood's solo albums wit
Review by Matti — I have rated the middle part of the Excalibur trilogy with three stars. I think this one's notably better, but since it's still not exactly pure progressive rock or "excellent addition to any prog rock music collection" ,
Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother — Both Jack Hertz and Christian Fiesel are prolific experimental electronic artists in their own solo works with multiple releases every year, but their occasional collaborations together have resulted in some
Review by siLLy puPPy — While critics and fans alike praised the unique concoction of jazz, folk and rock on CARAVAN's third album "The Land Of The Grey And Pink," despite it all the record company and management refused to put any money in
Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is streaming LIVE on YouTube April 13th, April 14th and April 15th. Watch it here. Jason Bentley, Nadeska Alexis, Valerie Lee, and Brittany Eustis will serve as webcast hosts. (Not necessary but thanks). Alway
Review by DamoXt7942 — At first immersed in a dreadful sleeve pic, honest to say. And secondly impressed at their heavy German psychedelic soundscape. One of obscure Krautrock legends MCCHURCH SOUNDROOM has released only one album "Delusion
Review by TenYearsAfter — Marcello Capra is an Italian guitarist who played in the Seventies with Procession, he joined them on their debut album entitled Frontiera, released in 1972. In the same year he performed with Procession on a huge
Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother — What is this, the hundredth Hawkwind disc to date?! Perhaps with the countless live albums, compilations and archival releases it edges closer to that, but apparently it's roundabout the thirtieth studio disc
Review by Finnforest — A truly gorgeous second effort WhyOceans have been around since 2005 and remain one of my favorite instrumental rock bands. Their second release, "Inmost Dens of Emilie," is described as "six stories from six scenes w
Review by Finnforest — A last evening with old friends Sometimes, one has to say farewell to someone or something we love very much.In the case of Genesis, they thankfully did seize the chance for a proper goodbye. Considering that they hav
Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds are currently on the road for their Stranded on the Earth World Tour in support of their November, 2017 release Who Built the Moon?, pulling out all the stops by bringing along a huge band including backup sin
Review by Mellotron Storm — Of PICCHIO DAL POZZO's four studio albums this one seems to get completely ignored by fans. This is the re-union album and so far their final studio release from 2004. When they got back together they decided to
Chicagoans packed Lincoln Hall Saturday night to watch a truly stellar sold out show featuring Screaming Females, accompanied by opening acts Radiator Hospital and Chicago’s very own No Men. Giving a snarky punk performance, No Men kicked o
Review by mitarai_panda — Yossi Sassi & The Oriental Rock Orchestra is a cross metal front rock band from Israel. The core is Yossi Sassi, and he is a founding member of Orphaned Land, a famous Israeli gold group. As his personal band n
Adrian Belew: The Ideal Woman[purchase]To some extent, this is a tricky theme for a blog that currently appears to have only male writers. In light of years of feminists correctly clamoring to end objectification of women, and in the immediate post #
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition would be groovy with me if theyd never cut another song besides acid burnout anthem Just Dropped in (To See What Condition My Condition Is In). I love it, you love it, Jimi Hendrix loved it–hell, eve
Review by TenYearsAfter — This captivating Spanish formation was founded in the late Nineties, in 2002 they released their debut album Horizonte De Sucesos, their fifth and most recent effort is from 2014, entitled Renacimiento. This review
Review by dragonspirit — Of the several Congreso albums that I've heard, this is among my very favorites. I love the jazz fusion of the 1981-1984 era. This is the first album from this era. Most of the songs give the listener the feel of be
VIA PRESS RELEASE | Omnivore Recordings, in conjunction with the Buck Owens Estate, will release Buck Owens and the Buckaroos The Complete Capitol Singles: 19671970. Street date for the set, available in CD and Digital, is May 11, 2018. This
Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother — Italian band Red Sun have been around for a few years now, delivering tasty albums of very unique and colourful instrumental pieces, with their latest their strongest achievement so far. The guitar/bass/drums
Greetings from Laurel Canyon! Oh, let the sun beat down upon my face / And stars fill my dream / I’m a traveler of both time and space / To be where I have been / To sit with elders of the gentle race / This world has seldom seen / They tal
Review by kev rowland — I realised that the time had come to review the latest album from Ryan Parmenter, so having actually tidied the study in the last week that meant getting the CD down from the shelves, and there it was right next to t
Review by siLLy puPPy — GALAHAD has become one of the better known bands to fall into the broadening neo-prog section of the progressive rock universe in the 21st century but the band actually started all the way back in 1985 as a seven-pie
Marfa Myths is a multi-day music festival thats been held annually in Marfa, TX since 2014. Where many extended fests are about listening to a succession of acts in a field while staying hydrated and succumbing to sunburn, Marfa Myths strives for a r
Choosing your favorite Velvet Underground studio LP (and Im talking here about the famous four released between 1967 and 1970) is a helluva lot tougher than choosing your favorite Beatle. I mean, everybody KNOWS who their favorite Beatle is, but if y