Tag Archives: prog rock

HATS OFF GENTLEMEN IT’S ADEQUATE – One Word That Means The World (Arkhipov)

April 12, 2024

Hats Off Gentlemen It’s Adequate 2024 A musical story of a hero who prevented the madness of mutual assured destruction as told by English purveyors of progressive rock. It’s easy to assign the resolution of the Cuban Missile Crisis to … Continue reading

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PROG COLLECTIVE – Dark Encounters

April 11, 2024

Purple Pyramid 2024 One-man’s tenebrous exploration of soundscapes that see rock stars refuse to shine. It may not have been so obvious previously, yet his current descent into the murk made it all too apparent: there’s nothing communal about this … Continue reading

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BENJAMIN CROFT – We Are Here To Help

March 19, 2024

Galactic Receiver 2024 From Leeds to London and onward to the stars: master of black-and-white ivories leads his clique of aides on a trip beyond the pale. Art-rock keyboardists quite often are a rather conservative breed who defy the very … Continue reading

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March 2, 2024

Talking Elephant 2024 Running in parallel, two worlds collide to create an explosion of melodic sound. His VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR tenure turned out to become both a blessing and a curse for David Jackson: the progressive rock period provided … Continue reading

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NEAL ROSNER – Kentucky

February 27, 2024

Bradlor 2023 From mundane to heavenly, American commentator of existential thrills gets his solo shift together. When a phrase “Don’t be a fool” has an attachment of “don’t be a jihadist too” on the chorus of an album’s inaugural song, … Continue reading

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