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

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

Cody Carpenter, Control, 2020

Last year I wrote a piece about the album Force Of Nature from Cody Carpenter. And now it is time for his

Nili Brosh, Spectrum, 2019

If ever there was a title that fits the contents, then it must be this one. This is an album that showcases

Michel Héroux, Now, 2019

On my quest to find the time to work my way through all the backlog regarding the reviews I want to write,

Cody Carpenter, Force Of Nature, 2019

Maybe not everybody will agree, but I think, when done right, instrumental music can be just as exciting as vocal music. There

Pymlico, Nightscape, 2018

Originally a project that served as an musical outlet for Norwegian drummer and multi-instrumentalist Arild Broter (with a / through the “o”),

The Fierce And The Dead, The Euphoric, 2018

Finally the time has come to discuss the new The Fierce And The Dead (TFATD) album The Euphoric with you. In their

OH, Metallia, 2018

This is the second time Olivia Hadjiioannou, better known as OH., makes an appearance here on the blog. The first time was

Peter Banks, The Self-Contained Trilogy, + The Anthology, 2018

Peter Banks, is that not the first guitarist of Yes? Indeed he is, he played on their first 2 albums. And what

Hadal Sherpa, Self Titled, 2017

From Finland comes this 5 man instrumental progressive rock band. And while we have discussed instrumental prog here before, Hadal Sherpa manage

Murder and Parliament, Self Titled, 2017

Not sure, but think this is the first Bad Elephant release on the blog. With more to follow, rest assured 🙂 Murder

Sunrise Auranaut, Inserter, 2018

Album number 5 already for Russian multi-instrumentalist Vitaly Kiselev. Again with help from Alexander Malakhov on synthesisers. Besides writing and playing and

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