From Japan comes F-uki, who was pretty adamant I’d write about this album. So I will. Self described as “Pursuit of balance
Another one of those albums that slipped between the cracks for a long time. But now surfaced again to claim it’s spot.
With a band name coming from a Gentle Giant album, yes, this is a progressive rock album of sorts. And while the
Alas I cannot remember for the life of me how I got this. And unfortunately I did not receive any info with
One of my favourite Moonjune Records artists, Indonesian guitarist Dewa Budjana, has found a new home in Steve Vai’s Favored Nations label.
Two years back The Aurora Project took a serious blow when rhythm guitarist and lyricist Marc Vooijs suddenly died. The band took
Mhm, not sure how this ended up on my desk. But anyway, I got it, so I listened to it. This is
Karisma Records are again bringing us an interesting new band from Norway. So let me introduce you to Shaman Elephant, a 4
Remember Klaatu? No? Shame, anyone into progressive pop / rock should own their back catalogue, especially the album Hope. But anyway, one
Well, I guess this is for the ones who like their music trippy and psychedelic. The core of Belgian band Offworld are
Even though I believe this is their second album, for me this is my first time listening to Swedish band Soul Exchange.
Alas I have little information about this album. I think someone contacted me about it, but cannot find a bio or anything.
Second X-Panda CD that made it into my player. And like first time around, I find myself pretty impressed by the album.
This album has already made many rounds in my player. And this is not because I had a hard time getting into