All posts tagged "clarinet"

  • UNIVERS ZERO In Studio, Recording New Album

    News are coming from the Univers Zero camp, saying that the new album is in the works scheduled to be released in December 2013. The...

  • Daal – Dodecahedron

    Imagine if you took one of Pink Floyd’s instrumentals, extended it to full album length, and then crossed it with a band of traveling gypsies...

  • Kayo Dot – Gamma Knife

    Since the days with maudlin of the Well over a decade ago, Toby Driver has been a consistent force in delivering some of the most...

  • Kayo Dot – Choirs of the Eye

    For one reason or another, multi-instrumentalist and composer Toby Driver’s flagship band maudlin of the Well fell apart, and from its ashes came its new...

  • Subtilior – Absence Upon a Ground

    Subtilior (Latin for  “more refined”) is the name adopted by Michele Epifani, keyboardist and main driving force of Italian “retro-prog” band Areknamés, for his first...

  • Univers Zero – Heatwave

    This may just be the greatest prog album released in the 1980s. It is certainly a highpoint for this Belgian band. For 1986, there wasn’t...

  • Änglagård – Viljans Öga

    To cut a long story very short, I have always been into complicated music as I’m sure you know, but back in the late 70s...

  • Alamaailman Vasarat – Valta

    This band was formed by former members of the Finnish avant-rock group Hoyry-Kone. Unlike that band these guys are purely instrumental and not as electric...

  • Daal – Dodecahedron

    Although it differs widely from artist to artist, prog rockers are often driven by some form of artistic ambition greater than that of the norm....

  • Notturno Concertante – Canzoni Allo Specchio

    Halfway between proggy folk rock and smooth jazz, the latest album from Notturno Concertante is a bit of a tough egg to crack. Although this...