Ian Neal: Offers pastoral symphonic prog in a 1970s vein.

14. August 2022 // 0 Comments

Ian Neal offers pastoral symphonic prog in a 1970s vein and have now released his fourth album entitled Barkton Ash. On that album Neal plays a lot of instruments but is supported by Evgenia Papamikrouli that handle vocals and narration. Barkton Ash [...]

Whitecave: Symphonic prog and cheese.

16. July 2022 // 0 Comments

Alkmaar is known for its traditional cheese market, but now the band Whitecave probably could be a music ensemble that is becoming known in the world?! Whitecave and their debut album Times Of Trouble offers symphonic prog, and have made music since [...]

Snowman: A tribute to friendship and a great opportunity.

29. May 2022 // 0 Comments

Yeti is name of the disgusting snowman, but the band Snowman from Portugal plays everything else than disgusted music. Snowman is a very interesting and nice prog band and is also the brainchild of Pedro Miguel Fernandes. In A Better Place is the [...]

Professor Tip Top: Retro sound and lysergic touch.

2. February 2022 // 0 Comments

Professor Tip Top with their new album Lanes Of Time through Apollon Records on 3 December 2021. Professor Tip Top from Bergen, Norway, is a group playing fine progressive music with a retro sound and lysergic touch, which serves a psychedelic aura [...]

Arctic Plant: Recorded all the vocals in his car!!!

8. January 2022 // 0 Comments

Arctic Plant is a progressive rock solo project dedicated to creating concept albums, and A Wandering Mind is the new album. Arctic Plant is with Phil Rexilius as musical maestro. Rexilius personal favorite on the album is the song Twist Of Fate. [...]
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