10cc – Dreadlock Holiday (live)

The Duckworth Lewis Method – Rain Stops Play

Roy Harper – When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease

Big Country – Steeltown

VDGG – Darkness

Gong – My Sawtooth Wake

Trevor Horn/Steve Hogarth – It’s Different For Girls

The Samurai of Prog – Starship Trooper

Parallel or 90 Degrees – Dead On A Carpark Floor

PFM – Traveler

Tangerine Dream – Phaedra (Steven Wilson Mix, excerpt)

101 Dimensions Curated by Emma

Broadcast   8th June 2019

  1. Aphex Twin – We are the Music Makers
  2. Robert Fripp – The Zero of the Signified
  3. Air – La Femme d’Argent
  4. Ashra – Echo waves
  5. Autechre – Nuane
  6. The Orb – Close Encounters
  7. Clock DVA – – Voice recognition test
  8. 36 – Always
  9. Cabaret Voltaire – Eastern Mantra
  10. Orbital – Attached
  11. Chicane – Offshore ‘97
  12. Astralasia – Kalki’s Coming

Connect the dots and connect with 101 Dimensions via any of the Curators Cliff Anthony or Emma

Cliff@progzilla.com, Emma@progzilla.com or Progsquatch@progzilla.com

Every Saturday night from Midnight UTC + 1 (BST) till late all music no chat Electronic Ambient and Progressive

Repeated  as Ambient Afternoon on Friday 1:00 pm UTC + 1 (bst)


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The midpoint of 2019 is rapidly approaching! Which means that it is time for this year’s Prog-Watch and The Progressive Aspect collaboration on Some Of The Best Of 2019 (So Far)! A dozen tracks from some of the best albums of 2019, as selected by Yours Truly and some of the top reviewers at TPA!

Thanks to Tony Colvill, Rob Fisher, Jez Rowden, Roger Trenwith, and Leo Trimming for their contributions!

625: Prog-Watch & TPA Present Some of the Best of 2019 (So Far)


Proving that prog isn't just for dinosaurs!

I’m delighted to announce that the podcast for edition 294 of Live From Progzilla Towers is now available.

In this edition we heard the following music:

  • Pattern Seeking Animals – No One Ever Died And Made Me King
  • Bent Knee – Catch Light
  • Denim Matriarch – Elephant
  • Gentle Giant – The Advent Of Panurge
  • Drifting Sun – Missing
  • Flor De Loto – Odisea
  • Jethro Tull – Aqualung
  • Dean Baker – Le Chat Qui Pêche
  • Kitaro – Sunlight Dancing
  • Quantum Fantay – Lunar
  • Yellow Magic Orchestra – Rydeen
  • Yellow Magic Orchestra – Behind The Mask
  • Yellow Magic Orchestra – Yellow Magic (Tong Poo)
  • Genesis – Tonight, Tonight, Tonight
  • Vespero – Vision 7. Kidish Hail
  • Stratus Luna – Zarabatana
  • Pyramidal – Creatures Of The Ancient World
  • This Winter Machine – Delta
  • Yonin Bayashi – Ishoku-Sokuhatsu
  • Warmrain – Here Comes The Rain Again
  • The Flower Kings – Stardust We Are
  • Genesis – It’s Yourself

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The Progmeister At Progzilla June 9th 2019

  1. Crazy – Supertramp
  2. Paradice Circus – Massive Attack
  3. Catalan – Greenslade
  4. Jacky – Marc Almond
  5. Can Utility And The Coastliners – Genesis
  6. Power And Speed – Martin Orford
  7. Plastic Dreams – Jaydee
  8. Where Are They Now (extract) – The Tangent
  9. Salty Dog – Sarah Brightman
  10. Hold Your Head Up – Argent
  11. Nobody Does That – Mark Knopfler
  12. Bali Run –Fourplay
  13. Shipbuilding – The North Sea Orchestra
  14. The Complete History Of Sexual Jealousy – Manfred Mann
  15. My Sawtooth Wave – Gong
  16. Broken Road – Freedom To Glide
  17. L’ Arc En Ciel – alan Parsons
  18. Take It To The Sun – Martin Orford


The Progmeister Theme (Theme to Miss Marple) Ron Goodwin

Asteroid – Pete Morgan




(Gettin’ Back To “Normal”)

After 7 weeks of SeaProg coverage, there is a backlog… A BACKLOG of great music that needs playin’. And so that’s just what we’ll do. We’ll also get back to our Golden Tracks feature with a classic album that’s turning 50.

Yep, we’re gettin’ back to “normal”…. whatever that is.

And remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are over 150 now!).


  • No-Strange – “Ja Nus Hons Pris” from Psychedelic Paradise on Psych-Out Records (2019)
  • Rainbow Danger Club – “The Day The Earth Stood Still” from Treehouse Empire on Rainbow Danger Club (2019)
  • The Claypool Lennon Delirium – “South of Reality” from South of Reality on ATO (UK) (2019)
  • It’s A Beautiful Day – “White Bird” from It’s A Beautiful Day on ItsAboutMusic.com (1969)
  • Grus Paridae – “Melting Pot” from Melting Pot – Single on Z-Trading LTD (2019)
  • Alaska – “Tianenman Square” from Alaska on Lifescape Music (1998)
  • It’s A Beautiful Day – “Bombay Calling” from It’s A Beautiful Day on ItsAboutMusic.com (1969)
  • Vantomme – “Agent Orange” from Vegir (feat. Delville, Levin & Lenssens) on MoonJune Records (2017)
  • It’s A Beautiful Day – “Girl With No Eyes” from It’s A Beautiful Day on ItsAboutMusic.com (1969)
  • DUIR – “Blowing Up A Gale (at Hoe Hill)” from Sodden Dogs and Blind, Winged Horses on Independent (2019)
  • The Claypool Lennon Delirium – “Cricket Chronicles Revisited (Part I, Ask Your Doctor; Part II Psyde Effects)” from South of Reality on ATO (UK) (2019)
  • East & West – “Sound of Forgotten Land” from Psychedelic Paradise on Psych-Out Records (2019)
  • It’s A Beautiful Day – “Time Is” from It’s A Beautiful Day on ItsAboutMusic.com (1969)

If you have comments or suggestions for show topics/ music (always welcome), feel free to contact me any time via email:  ProgTracks@KPTZ.org

Edition 162 of THE PROG MILL, first broadcadt on Progzilla Radio on Sunday 16 June, is now also available to stream anytime or download.

Here’s this week’s Playlist

1 Zeelley Moon – Tricks & Tragedy (Zeelley Moon)
2 Golden Caves – Bring Me to the Water (Collision)
3 Gong – The Elemental (The Universe Collapses)
4 Amarok – The Song of All Those Distant (The Storm)
5 Moonrise – Calling Your Number (Travel Within)
6 RPWL – Give Birth to the Sun (Tales from Outer Space)
7 John Wetton – Mondrago/Rock of Faith (Giant Electric Pea)
8 How Far to Hitchin – Compression (Black Bead Eye)
9 Mostly Autumn – Eternally Yours (White Rainbow)
10 Jefferson Starship – Awakening (Freedom at Point Zero)
11 Wishbone Ash – Persephone (There’s The Rub)
12 Luna Rossa – The Dark Room (Sleeping Pills and Lullabies)
13 Magenta – Home (Home)
14 London Philharmonic Orchestra feat Steve Howe/Bill Bruford – Starship Trooper (Symphonic Songs of Yes)

You can hear The Prog Mill on Progzilla Radio at these times every week (www.progzilla.com/listen – via the tune in radio app and on internet radios):

Sundays 10pm – Midnight UK (2100UTC) – main broadcast
Tuesdays 0300-0500 UK (0200UTC) – For North America – Mon 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern
Tuesdays 2300-0100UK (2200 UTC) – 1500 Pacific/1800 Eastern
Saturdays 6-8pm UK (1700 UTC) – Family friendly Saturday evening repeat

Your melodic and symphonic progressive rock music suggestions for the show are very welcome. Just email shaun@progzilla.com, or message via twitter @shaunontheair or facebook.com/theprogmill

NEXT WEEK: A brand new Prog Mill LONG ONES SPECIAL – just 5 epic proggy tracks in 2 hours!



Broadcast 16th June 2019

1.       Dancing Couple Joy Of Cooking
2.       T’oussaint L’Overture Santana
3.       Draft Resister Steppenwolf
4.       How Big The Space Steven Wilson
5.       Antique Suite i) The Reaper, ii) We Must Cross The River, iii) Antiques & Curious, iv) Hey, It’s Been A Long Time The Strawbs
6.       Tam Lin Fairport Convention
7.       She Loves To Be In Love Charlie
8.       Better Off Dead Elton John
9.       Sunday Papers Joe Jackson
11.   Mercedes Benz Janis Joplin
12.   Cadillac Assembly Line Albert Collins
13.   Mercury Blues Steve Miller Band
14.   Highway Star Deep Purple
15.   Radar Love Golden Earring
16.   I’m In Love With My Car Queen
17.   I’m Tired Savoy Brown
18.   Texas The Electric Flag
19.   Easy Money Lowell George
20.   Tragick Magick Hank Crawford
21.   Wheel Of Time Ananta
22.   Two Soldiers David Byrne
SLIDE INTO A SIDE – HUMBLE PIE (Side 3) Performance, Rockin’ the Fillmore
23.   Rollin’ Stone Humble Pie
24.   Hard Hearted Alice Alice Cooper
25.   Friends Led Zeppelin
26.   In The Dead Of Night UK
27.   Still… You Turn Me On Emerson Lake & Palmer
28.   Have A Little Mercy ZZ Top
29.   The Wind Cries Mary Jimi Hendrix
30.   Loan Me A Dime Boz Scaggs
31.   The Seasons Lynyrd Skynyrd
32.   The Promise Michael Pinder
33.   Blue John’s Blues Barclay James Harvest
34.   The Fool Quicksilver Messenger Service
35.   Comin’ Back To Me Jefferson Airplane
36.   Hey Gip (Dig The Slowness) Donovan
37.   Montego Bay Ace Cannon
38.   I Can’t Stay Cold Blood
39.   We Came To Play Tower of Power
40.   Oh Well Fleetwood Mac


This news story was originally published here: http://www.insideoutmusic.com/newsdetailed.aspx?IdNews=23753&IdCompany=8

Canadian heavy music artist Devin Townsend has announced the 4th part of his career-spanning vinyl box-set series. ‘ERAS Part 4’ is set for release on the 23rd August 2019, and features ‘Ziltoid The Omniscient’ & ‘Z² – Dark Matters’, plus the vinyl debut of ‘Ziltoid Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ & ‘The Retinal Circus’ – across 9 pieces of 180g vinyl inside a sturdy 2-piece box set with an LP-booklet filled with liner notes and comments by Devin.

Devin comments: “Continuing in the ERAS series is volume 4, these box sets have been very special to me in that commemorating the times and experiences of the past work allows me-for once- to stop and reflect on all the effort and time that went into documenting these moments. I’m exceptionally proud of these albums, and to have a complete set of the work at this level of quality is a dream come true for me.

You can pre-order now here, including several limited coloured vinyl versions: https://devintownsendproject.lnk.to/Eras-VinylCollectionPartIV

Devin released his latest, critically acclaimed solo album ‘EMPATH’ in March. Watch the video for ‘Spirits Will Collide’ here: https://youtu.be/AdHJurX0yVA
Order the album here: https://devin-townsend.lnk.to/Empath

‘Empath’ received incredible reactions in the press, find a select few below:
Strap yourselves in and say hello to one of your albums of the year, folks.” – Prog Magazine
Devin Townsend has created with ‘Empath’ a work that is unconventional, far from mainstream, and a work of genius.” – Metal Wani
Uncompromising, revolutionary maybe but without question Devin Townsend as you’ve never heard him before.” – Louder Than War
’Empath’ showcases the multi-coloured weapons on Hevy Devy’s arsenal” – Planet Rock
an endless all-you-can-eat buffet of musical style served up with immaculate precision” – Daily Sport

The ‘EMPATH Europe – Volume 1’ tour begins in November & the full list of dates can be found below. Label-mates HAKEN will join Devin as special guest.

15th November – Salle Pleyel, Paris, France
16th November – Trix, Antwerp, Belgium
17th November – 013, Tilburg, Netherlands
18th November – Grunspan, Hamburg, Germany
20th November – Logomo, Turku, Finland*
21st November – Cirkus, Helsinki, Finland*
23rd November – Münchenbryggeriet, Stockholm, Sweden
24th November – Sentrum Scene, Oslo, Norway
25th November – Amager Bio, Copenhagen, Denmark
27th November – Astra, Berlin, Germany
28th November – Roxy, Prague, Czech Republic
29th November – A2, Wroclaw, Poland
30th November – Barba Negra, Budapest, Hungary
2nd December – Simm City, Vienna, Austria
3rd December – X Tra, Zurich, Switzerland
5th December – Great Hall, Cardiff, UK
6th December – Academy, Dublin, Ireland
7th December – Limelight, Belfast, UK
9th December – SWG3 Galvanisers, Glasgow, UK
10th December – Albert Hall, Manchester, UK
12th December – Roundhouse, London, UK
13th December – Rock City, Nottingham, UK
*No Haken
Tickets available here: https://www.hevydevy.com/tourdates/

Over the past few years, the success that Devin has slowly worked for has fortunately come with the power to control his own creative destiny. The recent successes with the DVD from a sold-out Royal Albert hall, or his 2012 ‘Retinal Circus’, or last year’s ‘Ocean Machine’ live DVD with the Orchestra and Choir of State Opera Plovdiv has put him in a position where with the new album ‘EMPATH’, he will once and for all define himself as a musical force outside of any particular genre classification.

On this album Devin has decided to see what would happen if all the styles that make up his current interests were finally represented in one place. To finally shake the fear of expectation, and just do what it is he was meant to do creatively, EMPATH, true to the name, is about allowing the audience a feeling for a variety of musical emotions. The musical dynamics represented on this single album are broad, challenging, and immense. To approach this sort of work with a long history of what makes heavy music ‘heavy’, allows this to be done with a type of power rarely heard.

Joining Devin on this album is Frank Zappa alumni Mike Keneally as music director, as well as Morgan Ågren (Mats And Morgan, Frank Zappa, Fredrik Thordendal), Anup Sastry (Monuments, Periphery), Samus Paulicelli (Decrepit Birth, Abigail Williams), Nathan Navarro, Elliot Desagnes, Steve Vai, Chad Kroeger, Anneke Van Giersbergen, Ché Aimee Dorval, Ryan Dhale and the Elektra Women’s Choir.

A bold statement with massive production values and dynamic, uncompromised musicality. This is a statement about not only pursuing creative freedom in a conservative scene, but also trying to show that heavy music is truly a valid musical tool.



This news story was originally published here: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ProgNewsProgarchives/~3/NpUct4cwIVo/forum_posts.asp

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