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Spock’s Beard: Snow Live (2017)

Written by: Kev Rowland Back in 1995 a totally unknown quartet released their debut album. This was back in the days before internet existed, and the mainstream hated prog, so it was actually incredibly hard to hear about new bands, especially from America unless they were signed to a label such as Kinesis who were getting publicity. But, pretty soon…

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Ordo Ignis Dei: Bibliomystikon (2017)

Written by: Kev Rowland This 27 minute-long release from German duo Ordo Ignis Dei is a mixture of many different styles, from progressive rock through lounge style jazz and even ambient black metal and alternative. It has lo-fi DIY stamped all over it, especially with the drum sounds, yet I noticed that one site features it in a page dedicated…

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Electric Bird Noise: Nighttime Tides (2016)

US band ELECTRIC BIRD NOISE have a history that goes back a couple of decades, and can generally be described as an experimental band, creating everything from noise-tinged, almost abrasive psychedelic landscapes to ambient floating excursions as well as harder edged, new wave oriented creations with more of a space rock feel. The album “Nighttime Tides” dates back to 2016,…

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Jessie Galante: The Collection (2018)

Written by: Roger Penkethman Well when it comes to reviewing Jessie Galante and her material, most has probably been said before. However I’m merely going to concentrate on what personally attracted me her. Which was simply the immense power and passion in her voice. A voice that can be so sensual, oozing huge amounts of emotion and in a split…

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