Category Archives: pop rock

Former members of Jellyfish reunite as The Lickerish Quartet

This is GREAT news. 3/4ths of Jellyfish have reunited! I wish Andy Sturmer would come out of hiding! Still, the first track from The Lickerish Quartet is a dandy! Here’s the press release: ______________________________________________   March 13, 2020 — It’s … Continue reading

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Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 17

Godsticks – “Inescapable” Label: Kscope Release Date: 7 February 2020 Godsticks are a band that definitely get better with each album. There have been times in the past where I wasn’t sure just how much I liked them. But they … Continue reading

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Moron Police – “A Boat on the Sea”

I get a lot of submissions from labels and PR reps. When Roie Avin of Royal Avenue Media (and InsideOut and the Prog Report) sent me “A Boat on the Sea” by Moron Police, I wasn’t blown away. I listened … Continue reading

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Restless Amoeba’s Top Albums of 2019… and other things…

Last year was a real pain in the ass trying to compile a list of my top albums of 2018. So much so, that i made a concerted effort to start tracking and building my list as I went along. … Continue reading

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Rise Twain – “Rise Twain”

The self titled debut album by modern prog duo Rise Twain has been one of my most anticipated albums of 2019. Why? I am a massive echolyn fan and have been for a long time. Guitarist/vocalist Brett Kull of echolyn … Continue reading

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Magic Pie – “Fragments of the 5th Element”

One of the most consistent bands in prog is Magic Pie. Sure the name is odd but they are prog, right? “Fragments of the 5th Element” continues their tradition of what I call edgy prog rock. Oft times, prog rock … Continue reading

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Pure Reason Revolution reunite; sign to InsideOutMusic for release of first new studio album in nearly 10 years

Pure Reason Revolution are BACK! Check out the press release below!   Jon Courtney & Chloë Alper have reunited the much-loved Pure Reason Revolution, playing their first show in close to 8 years at the recent Midsummer Prog Festival in … Continue reading

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