CONCEPTUAL ART – Professor And The Madman Resurrect Prog-Rock On New Album ‘Seance’

Professor and the Madman are not a band you could accuse of lacking ambition. Seance, their fourth album and second to feature the much…

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CONJURING THE SPIRIT OF THE PAST- Professor And The Madman’s Sean Elliott On The Quartet’s New 1970s-Inspired Concept Album ‘Seance’

Though mostly written and recorded before the waking nightmare we’ve come to know as 2020, Professor and the Madman’s new album seems oddly prescient….

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Prog Legends Nektar Return With Stunning New Studio Album ‘The Other Side’

Legendary band Nektar have made the huge announcement of their brand new stunning album, ‘The Other Side’. It is now available for pre-order here.

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AyseDeniz Finds Success With Genre Bending Musical Style

Considered a child prodigy in her native Turkey, AyseDeniz made her concerto debut at the tender age of 9, which saw her playing JS Bach’s Keyboard Concerto No. 5 with the Gordion Chamber Orchestra.

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Kazyak – ‘Contravertical’

‘Contravertical’ is the lead track from Kazyak’s new album, ‘Odyssey’, and follows on from their previous release, ‘Camouflage’, which they released back in June. ‘Odyssey’ comes out on 16 August.

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The Final Countdown: #Jedward Fourth Album #VoiceOfARebel Out This Thursday

With the release of ‘Voice Of A Rebel’, their first album in 7 years this Thursday 27 June comes the dawn of a new Jedward era.

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It’s Life Jim But Not As We Know It: ‘The Force Remains The Same’ Is New From Protovulcan

Protovulcan are a trio from Chicago whose music is as alien as the name of their band.

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Naked Congress – ‘Falling’

We wrote about Naked Congress a few days back, with their track, ‘In My Room’. Now we’re privileged to share a second release, ‘Falling’, from the Swedish artist, who now bases himself in Germany.

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MAKING PLANS – XTC’s Colin Moulding And Terry Chambers Ponder Live Shows After DIY Great Aspirations EP

XTC fans have been rather spoiled with new product of late, after years of relative inactivity since the band ground to a halt in…

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Nigel Philip Davies – ‘How Wrong A Man Can Be’

‘How Wrong A Man Can Be’, from classically trained pianist Nigel Philip Davies, was released on 20 November. After years of playing jazz and prog rock, Davies makes a return to acoustic/folk, which he believes is the best genre for him to share his lyrics.

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Onionface Rebadge Prog Rock For Modern Times Wiith ‘Roll Over, Dog…And Run!’

Onionface have released their new album, ‘Roll Over, Dog…And Run!’ Comprising ten rocking tracks, the alt-rock trio from Ottawa take their cues from The Ramones and then infuse their sound with its very own style.

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Minneapolis Band Meridian Incident Release New Single ‘Yellow Wings’

Minneapolis based Meridian Incident take inspiration from the greats of prog rock in the release of their latest single, ‘Yellow Wings’.

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Alternative Prog Rock Band Janus Join Forces with Paul Phoenix To Release Brand New Album ‘Phoenix’ Under Their Own Label ‘JanusUK’

Janus, formed back in 1971, are a prog rock, classical, and early punk band. They’ve recently released their brand new album, ‘Phoenix’, under their label, ‘JanusUK’.

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Bryan Deister Releases Album Of Brooding Reflection ‘Spines Of The Heart’

With influences as wide ranging as classical and jazz music, as well as Kurt Cobain, classically trained musician Bryan Deister’s album, ‘Spines Of The Heart’, is dark and emotionally penetrating.

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We See the Dawning of a ‘Technological Sun’ with Tehnoloogiline Päike

Tehnoloogiline Päike have released their third album, ‘Technological Sun’. It’s the third album for the Estonian duo.

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5to4 ‘Tip It’ With New EP

‘Tip It’ is the new EP from 5to4, the musical project of Phil Goss, and the follow up to his 2006 album, ‘Dream Diary’.

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Midwest Soul XChange: ‘New American Century’

Nate Cherrier and Ryan Summers have been friends for nearly 20 years, and only recently decided to collaborate. Their musical influences are diverse and eclectic, resulting in a sound which although familiar, is nonetheless unique.

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Sigmun: The Band Behind Crimson Eyes

We talk to Indonesian rock band, Sigmun.

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Sigmun Ask Us to Look with ‘Crimson Eyes’

Sigmun, an Indonesian rock band, were formed in 2011. Their debut full length album, ‘Crimson Eyes’, is a prog rock epic, with the band believing that the music they make comes spontaneously from their unconscious minds.

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Troyka Unveil Stunning New Video

British experimental instrumental trio, Troyka, have unveiled a stunning new animated video for their track ‘Arcades’, taken from their third studio album ‘Ornithophobia’.

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