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Robert Svilpa:  User of the big stock of musical ideas…..

29. May 2020 // 0 Comments

Robert Svilpa is a Danville, CA based independent prog artist and musician. Formerly of the band Paraesthesia – the critically acclaimed Seattle based prog band that existed from 2007 until 2018. Svilpa have released three album as a solo [...]

Notion Blue: Yale, tragedy and prog

20. May 2020 // 0 Comments

Yale University, one of the world’s most famous universities, is located in New Haven. For us more than average geography and music enthusiasts, New Haven is also home to the fine band Notion Blue. The band has some similarity with Glass [...]

Nick D`Virglio: Recorded in legendary Abbey Road Studios

17. May 2020 // 0 Comments

Nick D’Virgilio known from Spock’s Beard, Big Big Train, Kevin Gilbert will soon release the album Invisible. He sings and plays drums, acoustic guitars bass and make use of loops on the album. In addition 21 of his mostly well-known and [...]

I Am The Manic Whale: Third chapter in the Manic Whale saga

16. February 2020 // 0 Comments

April 24, 2020 the album Things Unseen would be released and that album is the third album for the band I Am The Manic Whale. A symphonic prog quarter from Reading and London, and on the new album they are supported of Halcyon Strings on three of [...]

In Continuum: Prog super group

17. December 2019 // 0 Comments

We have earlier on written about Accelaration Theory from the band In Continuum. Now they are back with the album Acceleration Theory Part Two: Annihilation. The album is epic in size with a total total time of 63:36. In addition the line-up is [...]

Flaming Row: From Stephen King`s universe!

25. November 2019 // 0 Comments

Tommy from The Who, and Soap Opera from The Kinks was maybe two of the first Rock Opera. Since then there have been many records that fit the title rock opera. A new Rock Opera project is Flaming Row and their new album. The Pure Shine. December [...]

Crayon Phase: Complex but also straighforward

9. October 2019 // 0 Comments

The album Two Hundred Pages lasts much over the hour, and actually as much as over 75 minutes. The band behind that album is Crayon Phase, and the band was founded eleven years ago, and their debut was named Within My Recollection. Crayon Phase are [...]

Breaking news!

1. July 2019 // 0 Comments

Very exciting prog news indeed, and I`m actually extreme thrilled. Two of the prog band I really enjoy join forces! InsideOutMusic artists The Flower Kings & Kayak will join forces for a European tour in December 2019, in support of The Flower [...]

Stasis Lure: With different and eclectic elements

15. June 2019 // 0 Comments

There are pretty many bands from Toronto Ontario but only one with the name Stasis Lure. The line-up are Qusay Raba’h with lead vocals, Ashtin Rogers with lead guitars, rhythm guitars, acoustic guitars, vocals and keyboards, Levan Sichinava [...]
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