Category Archives: krautrock

Horseback – “Dead Ringers”

Jenks Miller is back and he has flipped the script again. While I am sure many will call “Dead Ringers” a “change in direction” for Horseback, that would imply that Miller (the man behind Horseback) has had the same direction … Continue reading

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Interview with Tim Hoppe of Suns of Thyme

¬†One of the things that I find interesting is how you blend various genres from completely different decades. How would you describe your music to those who’ve never heard it?   It is foremost rock music that relies as much … Continue reading

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Suns of Thyme – “Cascades”

It sounds strange for me to say that I need a challenge every now and then. I listen to so much music but many times it can blend together, even if it’s technical or avant-garde. So when I read a … Continue reading

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Various Artists – “Side Effects”

Prog should always be bold. Nothing is quite as bold as having a set of cover songs spread across 4 LPs. Did I mention that each song takes up one side of vinyl (just like “Tales from Topographic Oceans”)? Well, … Continue reading

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