All posts tagged "Violin"

  • Vitkaste – Lestinjoki

    The second part of my mini-feature on modern Finnish bands focuses on the debut album by Helsinki-based ensemble/multimedia art collective Vitkaste, a seven-piece created in...

  • An Irishman in an Interview with Toby Driver of Kayo Dot

    Toby Driver is a man who has been involved with some of the most intriguing music of the new millennium. Best known for leading maudlin...

  • Funin – Unsound

    Bergen indie outfit Funin released this, their debut waxing back in November 2010 in their home territory Norway but it did not get a world release...

  • Slivovitz – Bani Ahead

    Not so long ago I fınished the first bottle of the plum brandy produced by this Napolitan fusion ensemble and 2011 brings another opus released...

  • X-Panda – Flight of Fancy

    Every once in a while there appears an album which blows your mind away! Whether it’s a psychedelic record or stoner or doom or progressive,...

  • Accordo dei Contrari

    Dan: Hello Giovanni, would you mind introducing yourself and the rest of the band? Giovanni: Hi Dan & ProgSphere, I’m Giovanni Parmeggiani, keyboard player and...

  • Man on Fire – Chrysalis

    Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, where they were founded by multi-instrumentalists Eric Sands and Jeff Hodges, Man On Fire first appeared on the music scene in...

  • Nicklas Barker – El Ultimo Fin De Semana

    Should I introduce you at all who is Nicklas Barker? Instead I may tell that he is already an established name in progressive rock circles...

  • Calomito – Cane di Schiena

    In my writings I have often mentioned the lively music scene of the great port of Genoa – not surprising for a city that, throughout...

  • Fibonacci Sequence – Numerology

    The name ‘Fibonacci sequence’ refers to a series of numbers in which each number is the sum of the previous two. Named after medieval Italian...