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Available online from Issue 37

July 2009

92 Pages

Jorge Reyes, Interview with Rob Reed of Magenta, Peter Hammill, Chris Sqquire interview, Hugh Hopper remembered, Morgan Agren, Jan Schelhaas, FMPM 2008, Edward Ka-Spel, Wojtek Szadkowski of Satellite

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Lunatic Soul - Lunatic Soul

Cover art Lunatic Soul is the all Polish solo outlet for Riverside front man Mariusz Duda. In the course of refining the identity of his primary band, it became clear to the lead singer that another side to the...  » Read more
(Posted by Jeff Melton 2009-07-01)

Mahogany Frog - Do5

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Canada’s Mahogany Frog has been slightly off the main prog radar in their native Winnipeg honing their own incarnation of the 70s classic prog rock sound. On the quartet’s third...

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(Posted by Jeff Melton 2009-07-01)

Mark Ceccotti - Still at Large

Cover art Most will be familiar with Ceccotti as the guitarist and chief composer of Edhels, a band that released a number of LPs and CDs from the mid-1980s right up through 1999. Since that time he has...  » Read more
(Posted by Peter Thelen 2009-07-01)

Mawwal - This Is All There Is, There Is No Other Place

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The first Mawwal release was one of the highlights of 2007, and here they’ve done it again for 2008, and not by simply remaking the first album. While many of the things that made Black...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2009-07-01)

Mörglbl - Grötesk

Cover art Simply put, Mörglbl is an adept French fusion guitar, bass and drums trio. Their debut on the American Free Electric Sound label is a bit surprising since there don’t appear to be many unique...  » Read more
(Posted by Jeff Melton, Scott Steele 2009-07-01)

Nathan Mahl - Exodus

Cover art It’s been at least five years since Shadows Unbound, the band’s previous album; now Nathan Mahl returns with Exodus, a large-scale concept album – dare I say rock opera, based on the...  » Read more
(Posted by Peter Thelen 2009-07-01)

Nels Cline / Andrea Parkins / Tom Rainey - Downpour

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There was no lack of insight at the 2006 Victoriaville festival where Wilco guitarist Nels Cline met with co-improvisers Andrea Parkins and drummer Tom Rainey for an explosive, heated exchange. The...

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(Posted by Jeff Melton 2009-07-01)

No-Man - Schoolyard Ghosts

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Few may know that Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson first achieved success (at least in the UK) with No-Man, his partnership with singer / songwriter / musician Tim Bowness that dates back to...

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(Posted by Paul Hightower 2009-07-01)

Nurse with Wound - Images / Zero Mix / Requital for Lady Day

Cover art In their continuing quest to fill the shelves of obsessive collectors of obscure music with limited edition products, Beta-lactam Ring has now produced a NWW box that takes up more space than six...  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2009-07-01)

Obscura - Le Città Invisibili

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Le Città Invisibili is the debut release by Obscura, an Italian neo-prog band consisting of vocals, guitar, flute, bass, keyboards, and percussion. The title comes from the 1972 novel by...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2009-07-01)

Opram - Live

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Opram is a young French band that plays a blend of heavy metal and progressive rock. After releasing their first disc in 2005 the band decided to issue a performance recorded November 25, 2006 in...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2009-07-01)

Orenda - A Tale of a Tortured Soul

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Orenda is a French progressive metal band that began in 1998 and their debut release has been ten years in the making. A Tale of a Tortured Soul is a concept album in three acts, and the...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2009-07-01)

Osada Vida - The Body Parts Party

Cover art Basing a concept album on the human body may be lazy, though happily the material and execution merit praise in this case. At first blush Osada Vida resemble other Polish progressive rock bands that...  » Read more
(Posted by Paul Hightower 2009-07-01)

Outer Limits - Stromatolite

Cover art Last we heard from this 80s Japanese symphonic band was their 1987 live album The Silver Apples on the Moon, following three studio LPs, not counting a posthumous release of early archive...  » Read more
(Posted by Peter Thelen 2009-07-01)

Overhead - And We're Not Here After All

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Overhead is a Finnish band consisting of Alex Keskitalo on vocals and flute, Jaakko Kettunen on guitar, Janne Pylkkönen on bass, Tarmo Simonen on keyboards, and Ville Sjöblom on drums....

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2009-07-01)

Plastic Crimewave Sound - Plastic Crimewave Sound

Cover art Plastic Crimewave Sound is a Chicago-based space punk band much in the same vein as their contemporaries F/i, Richard Franecki, and The Vocokesh. PCS has been recording since the late 90s/early...  » Read more
(Posted by Henry Schneider 2009-07-01)

Platurno - Núcleos

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Platurno is a young Chilean progressive rock trio of guitars, keyboards, and drums. Núcleos is their 2006 debut release of 11 mostly instrumental songs. Each song is different, but has a...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2009-07-01)

Radio Massacre International - Rain Falls in Grey

Cover art Head pixie Daevid Allen’s cover art, featuring a colorful half-toned rendition of Syd Barrett, provides the first clue as to what lies within this jewel case. Call it retro-psych, post-modern psych,...  » Read more
(Posted by Paul Hightower 2009-07-01)

Radio Massacre International - Rain Falls in Grey

Cover art I was initially concerned that my lack of experience with RMI’s back catalog might be a hindrance to writing a useful review. I needn’t have worried, since this release is a drastic departure from...  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2009-07-01)

Ragnarök - Path

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If you are old enough, you might remember that Ragnarök was part of the Swedish Prog Rock movement in the mid 70s. Their self-titled album released in 1975 was typical 70s art-rock. The band...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2009-07-01)
 

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