Category Archives: progressive rock

Unicorn – “A Collection of Worlds – Resurrection”

I guess I should start with a disclaimer. Dan Swanö is a genius in my book, so factor that in as you read this review! This release is unlike anything Dan has done before. Unicorn was his prog band that … Continue reading

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World Trade – “Unity”

A lot of people know who Billy Sherwood is nowadays. He is in the “Drama” version of Yes, having replaced the late, great Chris Squire on bass. He also has a band with former Yes keyboardist Tony Kaye called Circa: … 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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The Pineapple Thief featuring Gavin Harrison announce European tour dates

The Pineapple Thief have announced the second leg of their European tour in support of the critically-acclaimed album Your Wilderness. The new dates will see the band venture into Poland and Switzerland along with shows in Germany, Czech Republic, The Netherlands … Continue reading

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In the Presence of Wolves – “Of Two Minds, Stages 1-2: The Ape and The Cage” EP

I have used this line before but if I had a record label, I would sign this band. I’ve been a supporter of In the Presence of Wolves since prior to their debut album, “Thalassas” came out in 2014. It’s … Continue reading

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