All posts by Roger T.

  • STEVEN WILSON: After The Headphone Dust Has Settled…

    Their is a major problem with being a fan of a particular band or artist and attempting to write a review of a new album...

  • X-TG – Desertshore/Final Report

    This final statement from most of the remaining members of Throbbing Gristle (the “TG” of X-TG) is a tribute to founder member Peter “Sleazy” Christopherson...

  • Diagonal – The Second Mechanism

    Back in 2008, after the astonishingly young Diagonal arrived fully formed seemingly out of nowhere…well, Brighton actually…gifting the world one the best prog debut albums...

  • Pokerface – Transeo

    Pokerface is multi-talented Swede Stefan Heidevik and a plethora of session musicians and guests who have created a mind-melting mix of ultra-modern electronica and progressive...

  • Dennis Rea – The Discography

    …and now, following from The Interview, here’s The Discography, in his own words, in chronological order, earliest first. Take it away, Dennis! Earthstar: Salterbarty Tales (Moontower Records...

  • Interview with Dennis Rea

    You may well have not heard of Dennis Rea, so let me introduce you to a guitarist who should be up there with all the usual...

  • King Crimson – Larks’ Tongues In Aspic

    The latest in the King Crimson 40th anniversary remixes from Professor Steven Wilson’s laboratory is their 1973 opus Larks’ Tongues In Aspic, which marked the...

  • Gazpacho – Night

    The excuse I have for reviewing this 5-year old album now is that it has just been reissued by kscope with slightly tinkered sound and...

  • Dissonati – Reductio Ad Absurdum

    Coming out of Seattle, USA, Dissonati came together about 6 years ago when three veterans of the Seattle progressive music scene joined forces. With two...

  • SH.TG.N – SH.TG.N

    MoonJune Records are a label who love to take risks with hitherto little-known bands from all corners of the globe. A linking theme seems to...