All posts tagged "interview"

  • Leonardo Pavković

    Leonardo Pavković is an ordinary man who, most of you would agree, is doing an extraordinary “job”. Keeping the progressive rock and jazz (fusion) alive via...

  • Interview with Paul Masvidal of Cynic

    After the split from Tymon (guitars, growls) and Robin Zielhorst (bass) in early 2011, it wasn’t quite clear what to expect from Cynic. But 2011...

  • Devin Townsend. Who? DEVIN TOWNSEND!

    Devin Townsend is- put simply- a legend in metal.  From his work with legendary extreme metal act Strapping Young Lad, to his ambitious solo material,...

  • Radio for the Daydreamers

    Radio for the Daydreamers is a three piece experimental band hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Their visual identity stayed unrevealed since the band’s formation in 2009....

  • An interview with Brendan James Hayter of Truthseeker

    Truthseeker hails from Boston, Massachusetts and is all about explorations beyond the instrumental side of progressive music. Their wide spectrum of influences set them aside as...

  • Haken's Visions

    If you have been keeping a close enough eye on the modern scene in prog rock, you have no doubt heard of Haken, a virtuosic...

  • 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...

  • Interview with Jan Erik Liljeström of Anekdoten

    Roger: Thanks to Jan Erik Liljeström of Anekdoten for giving us his time to do this short interview, no doubt taking time off from rehearsing for the...

  • Bruno Pitch

    Bruno Pitch is a Chapman Stick player, originally guitarist coming out from France. We talked about his musical background, as well as his work on...

  • 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,...