Tag Archives: fusion

DAVID CROSS & PETER BANKS – Crossover

April 16, 2020

Noisy 2020 Prog rock prime movers have their improvs pasted onto fresh canvas to cross over from the past to the future. When, in August 2010, former CRIMSON violinist and ex-YES guitarist commanded their strings to go where fantasy beckoned, … Continue reading

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HENRIK CEDERBLOM – Zobop

April 1, 2020

Kakafon 2019 Starting on a solo path, Gothenburg guitarist opens delightful vistas for the whole world to marvel at. It’s not so often that fusion and folk – given the former’s fixation with funk – make comfortable bedfellows, but this … Continue reading

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DAMO SUZUKI & LAPIS LAZULI – Live At The Ramsgate Music Hall 21.09.2019 / Louis Padilla’s Muzak Uzi

January 26, 2020

Lapis Lazuli 2020 Improvising on-stage and in the studio, Canterbury modernists rope in CAN warbler for a joint jaunt to face audience and fly free. It’s an oxymoron yet “intrepidly cautious” might well be LL’s MO, because they don’t seem … Continue reading

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BILL BRUFORD’S EARTHWORKS – Heavenly Bodies: An Expanded Collection

January 14, 2020

Venture 1997 / Summerfold & Winterfold 2019 The beat master’s well-grounded, but often celestial, oeuvre gets an anthology treatment to tease the unitiated. Despite his soild prog credentials, Bill Bruford has never been a rock drummer per se, and that’s … Continue reading

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UDO PANNEKEET – Electric Regions

December 31, 2019

In and Out of Focus 2019 FOCUS bassist concentrates on compositional aspect of things to locate most charged areas of his artistry. As a conservatory graduate, Udo Pannekeet harbored the ambition of shaping an epic piece for a long time, … Continue reading

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