Tag Archives: Jon Camp

RENAISSANCE – Ashes Are Burning

August 24, 2019

Sovereign 1973 / Esoteric 2019 Traveling the days of freedom, English art-folk ensemble open up their dreams and find a new way to shine. 1973 was pivotal to this collective’s creative development: having opened their scope to epic panoramas on … Continue reading

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WALTER HOLLAND – Storyteller: Part 1

August 1, 2019

Coriolis 2019 As golden fields lie just before him, American maven of immersion sources alternative sort of ambience to mine a folk vein. It’s been 30 years since this artist served up his last cosmic epistle and started creating the … Continue reading

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MoJo – Urgent Delivery

October 14, 2017

Repertoire 2017 On the wings of a dream, British duo with prog pedigree deliver a filigree album to defy expectations and lets imagination fly. What’s in a name? For this little ensemble – everything and nothing. Magic and simplicity… if … Continue reading

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October 12, 2017

Angel Air 2017 Art of being simple without playing it safe: rough diamond from the age of plastic is dusted off to shine on. With a post-new-wave matured boy-band looks and songs of arena appeal, this collective had immense commercial … Continue reading

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CATHÉDRALE’s Unreleased Record To See The Light Of Day

August 10, 2017

Late ’80s could hardly be considered a good time for art-rock, yet there were artists who, for all their instrumental virtuosity, had always had taste for a memorable pop tune. Take, for instance, Jon Camp, an ex-bassist for RENAISSANCE, and … Continue reading

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