Category Archives: progressive rock

Sue’s Sweet Sixteen of 2019

My 2019 Sweet Sixteen “best of” studio albums list includes a reissue with new tracks added, because…. This was a great year for music, here are some albums that made an impression with me upon my first listen. Not definitive … Continue reading

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Nektar announce new album and tour!

Nektar have long been a favorite band of mine and when frontman Roye Albrighton passed away in 2016, I assumed that would be the last of the band. However, three original members reconvened and enlisted two other former members plus … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: Kansas studio albums

It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these columns. Hell, I haven’t written anything in a while! So it was time. And it was time to focus on one of my favorite bands, Kansas. The band have 15 … Continue reading

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Godsticks announce new album ‘Inescapable’ / Share first single ‘Denigrate’ feat. TesseracT’s Daniel Tompkins

Godsticks announces their new album “Inescapable” will be released in February. Also a new single is out which features Daniel Tompkins of TesseracT! Here’s the full press release with all of the information.   THE NEW STUDIO ALBUM – DUE … Continue reading

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Lobate Scarp launches Kickstarter campaign for their second album

Here’s the press release for the second album by Lobate Scarp which promises to be another epic prog rock extravaganza! LOBATE SCARP LAUNCHES KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN FOR EPIC SECOND ALBUM 11/22/2019 (Los Angeles, California)- Indie progressive-rock band Lobate Scarp has launched … Continue reading

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Yogi Lang – “A Way Out Of Here”

Yogi Lang is the “L” in RPWL. As the singer and one of the main songwriters, he is very much identified with the sound of RPWL. His second solo album “A Way Out Of Here” (to no surprise) does not … Continue reading

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