All posts tagged "Violin"

  • NEKTAR To Release New Studio Album "Time Machine"

    After completion of their latest studio album, Legendary Nektar announce it’s name. Mr Roye Albrighton informed press today that during an evening celebratory dinner with...

  • 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...

  • 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....

  • Rick Miller – Dark Dreams

    Canadian multi-instrumentalist Rick Miller has always been one for mellow music. Beginning his work in the eighties with the new age record “Starsong”, Rick has...

  • Macroscream – Sisyphus

    Hailing from Greco-Roman myth, the tale of Sisyphus was one that symbolized the futility of man’s struggle, presented beautifully through an allegory in which a...

  • 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...

  • Amon Düül II – Phallus Dei

    Way back in the early 70s Liberty Records ran a budget subsidiary called Sunset that reissued albums from the mid to late 60s at less...

  • Rundown Through the NEU! First Two Albums

    When considering Krautrock as a whole, Neu! Are one of the first projects to pop into mind. This duo from Dusseldorf has been extremely influential...

  • Sparkle in Grey – Mexico

    Although initial impressions lean towards a GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR type of post-rock, Italian band SPARKLE IN GREY takes in a wide range of sound...

  • Prog Tuesday: Comus – First Utterance

    It’s difficult for me to think of any folk album that’s quite as memorable and unique as Comus’ debut, ‘First Utterance’. Although they were something...