Category Archives: art rock

Circu5 – “Circu5”

Circu5 is the project of British mult-instrumentalist and vocalist Steve Tilling. Initially, the album didn’t seem like a fit for me but after giving it a fair shot, there’s a lot to enjoy. First off, the music of Circu5 is … Continue reading

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Gentle Knife – “The Clock Unwound”

I always find it refreshing listening to a band that aims to sound different on every track, and I usually applaud artists willing to take this risk even if the results don’t always pan out. Gentle Knife takes this varied … Continue reading

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Von Hertzen Brothers sign worldwide deal with Mascot Records

One of my favorite modern prog bands has signed with Mascot Records. Hopefully, this will lead to great things for the Von Hertzen Brothers! Here’s the press release: Mascot Records are thrilled to announce the signing of one of Finland’s … Continue reading

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Interview with Yogi Lang of RPWL

RPWL is one of the finest prog bands to emerge from Germany ever. They are releasing a new concert video for their special performance on Halloween 2015. Dubbed “A New Dawn,” the show featured songs from their last two studio … Continue reading

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Discipline. – “Captives Of The Wine Dark Sea”

I have to start by saying that I’ll be referencing the band Discipline. without the period at the end of their name because it just fucks with my own sense of punctuation. Now with that bout of OCD out of … Continue reading

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RPWL release sneak peak of new live video “A New Dawn”

Germany’s prog giants RPWL recorded a special live performance on October 31, 2015. The show featured songs from the band’s last two studio albums, “Wanted” and “Between Man and Time,” melded into one cohesive story which was all brought to … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: Pink Floyd studio albums

I realized that I hadn’t written one of these columns in a while and Pink Floyd seems like a logical choice. It’s actually one of the harder ones to do since I really think they have been a model of … Continue reading

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