Monthly Archives: July 2019

A Look At Civil Defiance

Los Angeles, 1989… A 19 year old me went out with some friends to see some bands playing on the strip in Hollywood, a somewhat regular occurrence. On this particular night there was a band from the town I was … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: Gentle Giant studio albums

It’s been a while since I did a “Rank ‘Em” column, so apologies for that. It was hard to decide who do look at next. Gentle Giant has been a band that taught me a lot as well as just … Continue reading

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Nad Sylvan – “The Regal Bastard”

A lot of talk gets bandied about regarding the evolution of prog and its current state. Between die-hard purists bemoaning “it’s not what it used to be”, and an ongoing influx of acts bringing in newer influences, discussions can get … Continue reading

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Bryan Beller of the Aristocrats Announces Star Studded Solo Album

As if the new Aristcrats album wasn’t enough (it’s amazing, go buy it now), bassist Bryan Beller has a solo album coming out as well. Here’s the press release for it:   As a bassist and composer, Bryan Beller (The Aristocrats, Joe … Continue reading

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