Tag Archives: Ray Thomas

Ray Thomas and Chris Tsangarides Passed Away

January 7, 2018

This week has robbed the world of two music visionaries, one performing in front of the audience, the other behind the scenes, the work of both familiar to millions – many of who don’t even know these masters’ names. Ray … Continue reading

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SYNDONE – Eros & Thanatos

September 19, 2016

Fading 2016 Love and Death and all points in between: Turin six-piece explore emotional terra incognita and look it up on the map of our world. Dipped in classicism, this band’s albums excel in contextualizing ancient – or, rather, timeless … Continue reading

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Steve Hackett And Ray Thomas Guest On SYNDONE’s Record

May 14, 2016

Back from hybernation in 2012, Italians SYNDONE have been on the creative rise over the course of two albums, their latest being 2014’s  that tapped into Homer’s classic. Now, though, the sextet from Turin explore a different mythology on their next … Continue reading

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June 16, 2015

Pinder Brothers 2015 Affecting observations running the gamut of moods from a pair of art-rock-related siblings. They live in California, but Michael and Matt Pinder’s third album is a quintessentially English record, one delicately textured in a hazy way with … Continue reading

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Ex-Moody Blues Guest with THE PINDER BROTHERS

April 11, 2015

American duo THE PINDER BROTHERS are one of those bands who excel in beautiful melodies and vocal harmonies – an inherent thing, given that Michael Lee and Matthew are siblings. Now, they have their third album, “Melancholy Sea,” out, which … Continue reading

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