RPWL, God Has Failed – Live and Personal, 2021

This RPWL release features a live in the studio rerecording of their debut, marking its 20th anniversary. Of course, this was intended

At The Grove, And All The Fear We Left Behind, 2021

Sometimes an album just puts a smile on your face. And here is one of them. Already on first play, I was

DarWin, 2 A Frozen War, 2020

Okay progressive rock / metal fans; this is one for you to track down! Just have a look at all the names

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

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

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

Blind Ego, Preaching To The Choir, 2020

While this marks the first Blind Ego album to get a feature, it certainly is not the first time Kalle Wallner (RPWL)

Sirkis Bialas IQ, Our New Earth, 2019

Second album from Asaf Sirkis (drums) and Sylwia Bialas (vocals and waterphone) with Frank Harrison on keyboards and Kevin Glasgow on bass.

Doris Brendel & Lee Dunham, Mass Hysteria, 2020

Regular readers of the blog will surely have noticed the Doris Brendel name a couple of times. Her output in recent years

Hepcat Dilemma, Art Imitates Life, 2019

To the people that are into progressive music, especially when it borders on avant garde, and who miss hearing new ideas coming

Elaine Samuels & Kindred Spirit Band, Elemental, 2019

In all honesty, for me this is a tricky one. Despite several spins, I am still unsure if I like what is

RPWL, Live From Outer Space, 2019

After their 10th album Tales From Outer Space, RPWL made the rounds in Europe, often playing sold out venues but always to

Yogi Lang, A Way Out Of Here, 2019

Yes, the RPWL frontman has released another solo album. Since it is now a year old, I guess most of you will