PanzerBallett, Planet Z, 2020

My first time listening to a Panzerballett album. And it sure makes for an otherworldly experience… This is for people who are

Tiger Moth Tales, Still Alive, 2020

The latest Red Bazar album made quite an impression with me, so I was very curious to check out Peter Jones’ main

Elsinore, A Life In The 21st Century, 2019

From the midst of the US Midwest come Elsinore, a 5-piece band who consider themselves the spiritual children of David Bowie, The

Geoff Tyson, Drinks With Infinity, 2020

One of two people to ever “graduate” from Joe Satriani’s teaching (the other one being that Steve Vai dude), so that will

Telergy, Black Swallow, 2020

As we have already learned from past Telergy releases, mastermind Robert McClung is not only a prolific music composer, he also always

The Selenites, Moon Madness, 2020

I must confess that after the first play I was not sure what to think about this album. But as usual I

Sons Of Ra, Cognitive, 2020

From Chicago hail instrumental progressive rock trio Sons Of Ra. The band is Erik Oldman on guitars, Keith Wakefield on bass and

Widetrack, The Unwakening, 2020

Father and son Tippin are back with a new album, The Unwakening. And where on their previous output I applauded the melancholy

The Foxholes, Konzert, 2020

Of course, reviewing this CD means for the foreseeable future I will have a hard time explaining I rarely discuss live albums

Subsignal, A Song For The Homeless, 2020

Normally I rarely feature live albums. Especially when I have doubts whether the contents have been “fixed” afterwards in a studio. But

Joep Pelt, The Lomax Sessions, 2020

The previously unknown (to me) fellow Dutchman Joep Pelt released this album last year. And it is his way of paying tribute

Aeons In Solitude, Mourning Cloak, 2020

From Greece come Aeons In Solitude. This is their debut and while artwork and title may hint at a rather dark metal

Inner Odyssey, The Void, 2020

From Canada (I think) come Inner Odyssey, a 5 piece prog rock / metal band with this self released album. And I

Hats Off Gentlemen It’s Adequate, Nostalgia For Infinity, 2020

Probably the band with the longest name in the world, and sadly one I do not know anything about. They sent me

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