Tag Archives: prog rock

CIRCULINE – Circulive: New View

September 22, 2020

Inner Nova Music 2020 The ever-changing prog brigade challenge themselves with capturing an elusive instant of wonder. It takes a lot of self-confidence and a nerve to serve up two concert albums on the base of two studio ones, yet … Continue reading

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August 27, 2020

Antares 2020 From South California to the world: summer – and other seasons – of law that keeps people together and opens new possibilities for progressive rock. Three years after their debut, “Power” – which seems to have set a … Continue reading

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MANDOKI SOULMATES – Living In The Gap + Hungarian Pictures

August 17, 2020

Red Rock 2019 Delivering a paean to togetherness, cosmopolitan defector calls on stellar comrades to close ranks and create celestial noise. Leslie Mándoki has always been going against the grain – ever since he fled Budapest in mid-’70s to end … Continue reading

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TRYON – Wasted Time

August 3, 2020

Kellen Mills 2020 Enforced procrastination as an excuse for sonic escapades makes international ensemble go the distance. Berlin has long been the melting pot for artists with experimental streak, and the social-distancing era took their creativity to the boiling point. … Continue reading

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July 26, 2020

Masheen Messiah 2019 Japanese art-rockers hit their stride and venture into brightly lit future. It took this ensemble exactly one album, their 2016 debut that established MASHEEN MESSIAH as a viable entity, to shake off the shades of obvious influences … Continue reading

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