Tag Archives: prog rock

DARWIN – Origin Of Species

June 1, 2019

DarWin 2019 Topical, if sci-fi-slanted, album that will take progressive idiom to the orbit of a new planet while anchoring it to earth via virtuoso delivery – or deliverance. Our world is in dire need of a hero: wallowing in … Continue reading

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IZZ – Don’t Panic

May 24, 2019

Doone 2019 The calm and the storm: in celebration of innocence, New York sextet’s search for solace results in songs of experience. It’s been a long run for IZZ and they must be lauded for perseverance – the process paying … Continue reading

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STRATUS LUNA – Stratus Luna

May 21, 2019

Music Magick 2019 Prog-minded youngsters from São Paulo shoot for distant orbits but retain the umbilical cord – and many chords – that tie them down to earth. It’s a well-tested scenario in which brothers, their cousin and their friend … Continue reading

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UNITED PROGRESSIVE FRATERNITY – Planetary Overload – Part 1: Loss

May 10, 2019

Giant Electric Pea 2019 Caring about the place we’re all in, international ensemble serve up tuneful analysis of what’s going on. Sustainable environmental practices might look like a tall order to promote through music, yet this is what Mark Trueack … Continue reading

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EVELINE’S DUST – K.

May 3, 2019

Giant Electric Pea 2019 Tuscan quartet’s descent into dark recesses of a restless mind – in search of light and laughter. Lately, prog rock seemed increasingly obsessed with gloom, not entertainment, and such was the path this Italian ensemble chose … Continue reading

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