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Tag: Prog Rock

Progtalks Interviews Rasmus Revsbech (Franklin Zoo)

For the last interview episode of the year, we called Franklin Zoo frontman Rasmus Revsbech in the outskirts of Denmark to talk about the origins of the band, the development over the years and of course their brand new album “The Dandelion Child”.

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Progtalks Interviews Alex Pilkevych – Ep. 33

Solo artist Alex Pilkevych called from Wroclaw, Poland to have a nice Progtalk with host Dario about his new EP “That Way Lies Madness”, his musical influences over the years and scaring old ladies riding a bike, covered in mud and paint.

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Caligonaut – Magnified as Giants

This album, whilst complex in its segments remains overall accessible to the listener as it weaves between classic prog, whilst maintaining a modern feel which together never ages or dates this release. It’s much like meeting a long-lost friend you haven’t seen for years, but they have come of age in the intervening years and are all the better for it.

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Progcast 111: Steve Hackett

This time on the Progcast guest-host Rune Belsvik Reinås is talking to none other than guitarist extraordinaire and progressive rock legend Steve Hackett.

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Sordid Pink

The musicians that created Destiny Potato, now take an entirely different creative path and resurrect this band under the name Sordid Pink.

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The Night Watch – An Embarrassment of Riches

“Being a concept album about someone shipwrecked in a lonely and inhospitable place, I could easily see “An Embarrassment of Riches” being part of the soundtrack to a film, or maybe even better, accompanying one of those old black and white silent movies. The music tells its story so beautifully without the need for words or explanation. As a listener you are taken on a ride that vividly paints the isolation and turmoil that this marooned individual goes through both in mind and body”.

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North of South – The Dogma and the Outsider EP

North of South’s new EP “The Dogma and the Outsider” is a release I can surely recommend. A varied record that includes collaborations with names like Kobi Farhi (Orphaned Land), Anna Murphy (Cellar Darling , ex- Eluvetie) and Zuberoa Aznárez (Diabulus in Musica). I find several elements on their music, if developed in the right direction, could help the band get established as one to keep an eye on for the future.

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