All posts tagged "progressive rock"

  • Jaime Rosas – Flashback

    Jaime Rosas is a very talented keyboardist from Chile who gained quite good reputation while playing in progressive metal band – Entrance. However not too...

  • Abrete Gandul – Enjambre Sísmico

    From Chile, Abrete Gandul offer up a satisfying stew of styles on this, their third album. Enjambre Sísmico (Seismic Swarm). It lives up to its...

  • Fractale – Suranné

    This is a short but wonderful EP that can be easily loved by any progressive rock fan. And it is not common that I start...

  • Caravan – The Stables, Wavendon, Milton Keynes, 13th October 2011

    The band’s successful resurrection last year for a TV special (available on dvd and well worth it) has provided fresh impetus to what has become...

  • D’AccorD – Helike

    Helike is the second album by Norway’s D’AccorD, formed, as they say themselves “…to capture the true essence of the early 70’s Progressive rock”, so...

  • French TV

    French TV is a great band from Louisville, Kentucky, USA, who have been dispensing their twisted brand of avant-jazz-prog since as far back as 1983,...

  • Yumi Hara Cawkwell – Statement Heels

    Yumi Hara CAWKWELL plays the piano like a “bohemian cat” travelling all around the world. Yumi Hara CAWKWELL, born in Tokyo, is a versatile musician...

  • Don Airey – All Out

    Don Airey is a man who doesn’t have to be introduced, I think that everyone knows him as a keyboard-man playing in such famous bands...

  • ProgSphere’s AwesomeCast – Episode 06: Daymoon

    Hello, friends! There is the brand new episode of ProgSphere’s AwesomeCast called… Daymoon. That’s because my guest was Mr. Fred Lessing of German/Portuguese “regressive” rock...

  • Prog Sphere Promotions: Daymoon

    DAYMOON arises in the early 90s as an attempt by Portugal-based, German multi-instrumentalist Fred Lessing tobring together the musical complexity of the 70s with the intimate...