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See: Godsticks – premiere new video for the track “Relief” to raise support for struggling venues and festivals

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Track: Zombi – Breakthrough & Conquer plus new album news

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Not Forgotten: Fuzzy Duck

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SEALAND AIRLINES, the up ‘n’ coming Ukrainian prog quartet comprised of keyboardist Andrii Davydenko, guitarist Mykhailo Kanafotskyi; bassist and vocalist Artem Bemba, who also lends a little keyboards, flute and violin to proceedings, and drummer Iurii Khomik, have pooled their musical experience and taste to transport you to their world, taking up the journey in …

YES LEGEND Jon Anderson has debuted a single entitled “WDMCF” in advance of his forthcoming album, 1000 Hands; and you can watch the clip below.  Of this latest single, Jon said: “[It] originates from me singing the first ideas that come to mind each morning. I start by creating vocal rhythmic sounds, very much like …

Progressive rock band Godsticks have shared their new and very unusual video for their track ‘Relief’, taken from their recent album Inescapable. Filmed during lockdown and inspired by a yearning to get back on the road playing to real life audiences. Singer and guitarist Darran Charles discussed the rationale behind the video. “Like all musicians at …

Relapse Records proudly presents Zombi’s new album, ‘2020’, coming out July 17th. Their first new album in 5 years, 2020 showcases the songwriting prowess that has pushed the duo of Steve Moore (synthesisers, guitars, bass) and A.E. Paterra (drums) to evolve throughout their storied, 20-year career.  Along with the new album news they have shared the albums opening song ‘Breakthrough & Conquer’. …

King Crimson have announced the “Uncertain Times” European tour for 2018. The ensemble will visit Poland, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Sweden, Norway, The Netherlands, Italy, France and UK. King Crimson are scheduled to play six shows in the UK in October/November. VIP tickets are available from the band’s website www.dgmlive.com, where fans can also find …

Sometimes curiosity can get the best of most of us. From the gloriously weird cover art, to the band’s name being a spoonerism, there’s enough here to indicate that there’s something just a bit offbeat going on with Fuzzy Duck’s debut album. Add to this the fact that a bit of research reveals that it …

I first became aware of Comus back in early 1996, when First Utterance enjoyed its first foray onto CD. Described by a reliable publication as “Freaky Folk Prog”, the largely acoustic music, idiosyncratic vocals and traditional instruments sounded right up my particular strata. Sadly I was a penniless student at the time, so intrigued was …

Progressive Rock, much like Dr Who, was far more enjoyable in the 70s. While it is undeniably glossier these days, it has lost much of the intangible brilliance that caught the imagination back in the day. As for me, I’ve had a love / hate relationship with the genre for decades. There are some prog …

Jethro Tull are a band who are special to me. They’re the first band I saw live, the first band that I felt a genuine connection to, the first band where my adolescent mind went ‘Yep, this is for me’. Given that my peers at the time were obsessing over Nirvana or the contemporary hiphop …

When I was younger, in those halcyon days shortly after punk, there was a certain word that stuck fear into our very beings, that was only whispered  in hushed huddles around the back of the Science block. We feared that, at the very mention of it we would be ostracised by our peers and left …