Tag Archives: prog rock

MARKUS REUTER OCULUS – Nothing Is Sacred

November 3, 2020

MoonJune 2020 German master of guitar craft looks for virtual reality to land on a circular outlet in the very nature of this world. There’s always logic, straightforward or strange, to what Markus Reuter does, and more often than not … Continue reading

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JON DURANT & ROBERT JÜRJENDAL – Across The Evening

October 14, 2020

Alchemy 2020 Between Boston and Riisipere, two kindred spirits and their coterie embark on a penumbral trip with a one-way ticket stuck to guitar cases. American Jon Durant and Estonian Robert Jürjendal have been admiring each other’s oeuvre for quite … Continue reading

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RICK WAKEMAN – The Red Planet

October 8, 2020

Madfish 2020 With sound strength destroying sight, legendary ivories driver concentrates on a space rock that is Mars. Easing into retirement – whatever it means for such an indefatigable performer – seemed to venture back to his principal instrument, but … Continue reading

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POTTER’S DAUGHTER – Casually Containing Rage

October 2, 2020

Melodic Revolution 2020 Delving into matters of the heart and soul, progressive purveyors of folksy mysteries find their new bearings. This ensemble excel in building momentum on many a level – often in an elemental manner, which is quite fitting … Continue reading

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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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