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Northern Star 22nd  November 2018.

Bill Grogan’s Goat – Gerard Smith

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Northern Star – Theme

  1. Emerson Lake & Palmer – Toccata
  2. Magenta – Children Of The Sun: iv) Thanksgiving
  3. Bill Grogan’s Goat – Ye Jacobites by name
  4. Bill Grogan’s Goat – The Devils Trumpet
  5. King Crimson – 21st century Schizoid Man
  6. Gerard Smith – Cruiscin Lan
  7. Bill Grogan’s Goat – Dearg Doom
  8. Bill Grogan’s Goat – The Burning of Cork
  9. Mahavishnu Orchestra – The Dance of Maya
  10. Beatrix Players – High Heel Shoes
  11. Rainbow – Catch the rainbow

 

 

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This news story was originally published here: http://www.insideoutmusic.com/newsdetailed.aspx?IdNews=22540&IdCompany=8

Roine Stolt, known as the guitarist, singer, writer and at times band leader of the groups The Flower Kings, Transatlantic, Agents of Mercy, Kaipa DC, as well as from his work with prog icon Jon Anderson and the new super-group The Sea Within, has released ‘Manifest of an Alchemist’, his brand new studio album. Under the moniker ROINE STOLT’S THE FLOWER KING, this album offers 10 songs and almost 70 minutes of playing time celebrating the style Roine is most revered for: progressive rock, richly orchestrated with all the trademark elements from four decades of the genre.

To celebrate he is pleased to launch a stream of the new track ‘High Road’, which you can listen to here: https://youtu.be/GkIX3WJ6rHA 

Roine comments: “Today marks the day, “Manifesto Of An Alchemist” is released worldwide and I’m glad to be able to celebrate this and The Flower Kings’ music with our fans in Guadalajara, Mexico. It is a truly special ‘release day’ for me and I hope you will all enjoy this album as it offers an extensive prog rock journey that I consider a wonderful contrast to the haste and hectic pace of this age. So, enjoy the 12 minutes of ‘High Road’ on this day, get the album and see you on our European tour with Spock’s Beard kicking off November 30!”

Manifesto of an Alchemist has been receiving great reviews, find a selection below:

“immediate and energetic, gaining in grit”Prog Magazine

“Stolt’s virtuous musicianship and songwriting abilities shine throughout this masterpiece.”Daily Sport

“The Flower King at his very best.”The Prog Report

Watch Stolt discuss how the album together in this recently launched interview video here:
https://youtu.be/K2bxqEAx3PI 

A lyric video for the track ‘Lost America’ was released recently. Watch it now here:
https://youtu.be/y919myxnMAc 

‘Manifesto Of An Alchemist’ is a celebration of all the styles that have been part of the colourful, daring and dynamic songwriting and arrangements that Roine masters like no other, yet also offers a more immediate, more hands on approach. “Like that first TFK album, I’m the main lead vocalist here again – it works as these lyrics are important to me and resonate with my view of the world. A lot of the guitar work is actually my spontaneous ‘demo’ guitars” and that goes for much of the synth work, too. I didn’t want to ‘process’ ideas too much as there is much power in the initial creation – I wanted to keep it that way.”

The album features a host of other musicians, including long-time collaborators Jones Reingold, Hans Froberg & Michael Stolt, as well as fellow The Sea Within member Marco Minnemann, Max Lorentz, Zach Kamins, Rob Townsend & Nad Sylvan.

‘Manifesto Of An Alchemist’ features stunning artwork from Shaun Beyond
(https://www.instagram.com/shaunbeyond/), and will arrive as a limited edition CD digipak, Gatefold 180g 2LP + CD & as digital download. 

Order limited coloured vinyl at the InsideOutMusic store:
https://roinestoltstheflowerking.lnk.to/Manifesto/Insideoutshop

Order the album at Roine Stolt’s store: https://www.roinestolt.com

Order all formats here: https://roinestoltstheflowerking.lnk.to/Manifesto 

  1. Rainsong
  2. Lost America
  3. Ze Pawns
  4. High Road
  5. Rio Grande
  6. Next To A Hurricane
  7. The Alchemist
  8. Baby Angels
  9. Six Thirty Wake-Up
  10. The Spell Of Money

As previously announced, Roine will take The Flower Kings catalogue on tour later this year, as well as playing tracks from this new album. He comments: “I am excited that the album will be released in November this year and at the same time will be in South America playing The Flower Kings music with a band that also includes Hasse Froberg & Jonas Reingold and also introduces two younger friends; Zach Kamins on keyboards and Mirko DiMaio on drums – both fabulous musicians. We will also bring this to Europe where we join forces with legends Spocks Beard.”

South America 2018

16th November – Carioca Club, Sao Paolo, Brazil
18th November – El Teatrito, Buenos Aires, Argentina
19th November – Teatro Nescafe, Santiago, Chile
21st November – Teatro Del Patronato Peruano Chino, Lima, Peru
23rd November – C3 Stage, Guadalajara, Mexico
24th November – Auditoria Blackberry, Mexico City, Mexico

InsideOutMusic 25th Anniversary European Tour feat. Spock’s Beard & Roine Stolt’s The Flower King 2018

30th November – Cosmopolite, Oslo, Norway
1st December – Kulturhuset Studion, Stockholm, Sweden
2nd December – KB, Malmo, Sweden
4th December – Zeche, Bochum, Germany
5th December – Z7, Pratteln, Switzerland
6th December – La Machine, Paris, France
7th December – De Boerderij, Zoetermeer, Netherlands
8th December – Hedon, Zwolle, Netherlands
9th December – Islington Assembly Hall, London, UK
10th December – Academy Club, Manchester, UK

CANADA – North America 2019

28th February – Club Soda, Montreal, Canada 
1st March – Salle Jean – Paul Tardif, Quebec City, Canada

ROINE STOLT’S THE FLOWER KING online:
www.roinestolt.com
http://www.facebook.com/TheFlowerKings
http://www.reverbnation.com/theflowerkings

INSIDEOUTMUSIC online:
www.insideoutmusic.com
www.youtube.com/InsideOutMusicTV
www.facebook.com/InsideOutMusic
www.twitter.com/insideouteu

Edition 171 of Sounds That Can Be Made is now available as a podcast!

Playlist:

Public Service Broadcasting – White Star Liner (from White Star Liner EP)
Karmamoi – The Day Is Done (from The Day Is Done)
Tom Slatter – August and Whiteface (from Spirit Box)
Voices From The Fuselage – Life On Titan (from Odyssey: The Founder Of Dreams)
Conception – Feather Moves (from re:conception)

Connect 4:
Big Big Train – Hedgerow (from English Electric Part One)
Martin Orford – Take It To The Sun (from The Old Road)
Mogul Thrash – Something Sad (from Mogul Thrash)
Colosseum – Those About to Die (from Those Who Are About to Die Salute You)

Servants of Science – Burning In The Cold (from The Swan Song)

Jurassic Prog:
Barclay James Harvest – When The World Was Woken (from Barclay James Harvest)
Titus Groan – It Wasn’t For You (from Titus Groan)

I Am The Manic Whale – The Man With Many Faces (from Gathering The Waters)
Comedy Of Errors – Could Have Been Yesterday (from Disobey)

Monsters of Progzilla:

King Crimson – 21st Century Schizoid Man (live)
Genesis – Watcher of the Skies (live)
Emerson Lake & Palmer – The Barbarian (live)
Yes – Heart of the Sunrise (live)
Pink Floyd – Money (live)
Led Zeppelin – Immigrant Song (live)

Galahad – Seize the Day (from Battle Scars)

I’m delighted to announce that the podcast for edition 265 of Live From Progzilla Towers is now available.

In this special edition we spoke to Guy Manning and heard the following music:

  1. Damanek – Nanabohzo & The Rainbow
  2. Steely Dan – Pretzel Logic
  3. 10cc – Rubber Bullets
  4. Joni Mitchell – Amelia
  5. Weather Report – A Remark You Made
  6. Manning – The Last Psalm
  7. Alice Cooper – Ballad Of Dwight Fry
  8. Lindisfarne – Winter Song
  9. Roy Harper – Me & My Woman
  10. Manning – Antares
  11. Genesis – The Lamia
  12. Jethro Tull – Wind Up
  13. Al Stewart – Old Admirals
  14. Damanek – Skyboat
  15. Southern Empire – Goliath’s Moon

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Enjoy!

Edition 161 of Steve Blease’s Heavy Elements is now available as a podcast.

Playlist:

Conception – Grand Again
Shattered Skies – Shut In
Watershape – Stairs
Kadinja – Empire
King’s X – Run
Savatage – The Hourglass

Live at 11: Fates Warning live in Europe 2018…

Firefly (live)
A Pleasant Shade of Grey, Pt. IX (live)
Life in Still Water (live)

Sümer – Vanes
Red Circuit – My Serenade

Album of the Week: ReVamp – Wild Card

The Anatomy Of A Nervous Breakdown: The Limbic System
Misery’s No Crime
The Anatomy Of A Nervous Breakdown: Neurasthenia (feat. Devin Townsend)

Dissona – Totality

Thanks to everyone who tuned in, I hope you enjoyed the show. If you missed it, it repeats in a few hours at 3.30am (10.30pm EST on Friday in the US) and on Wednesday at 6.30pm GMT on progzilla.com

This news story was originally published here: http://www.insideoutmusic.com/newsdetailed.aspx?IdNews=22539&IdCompany=8

Two-time Grammy-nominated and millions-selling progressive music titans Dream Theater recently announced the forthcoming worldwide release of their 14th studio album, ‘Distance Over Time’ on 22nd February 2019. ‘Distance Over Time’ showcases a newfound creativity for Dream Theater while maintaining the elements that have garnered them devoted fans around the globe. The album also marks the first for the band’s new label InsideOutMusic / Sony Music. The artwork was created by long-time cover collaborator Hugh Syme (Rush, Iron Maiden, Stone Sour). ‘Distance Over Time’ was produced by John Petrucci, mixed by Ben Grosse and mastered by Tom Baker.

Now they are pleased to launch the first in a series of 3 in-the-studio video interviews, where the entire band sat down and discussed how the album came together. Watch the first one here: https://youtu.be/qplgAEuVN6g

“When I listen back to the album, I can distinctly recall every moment of the writing process; where I was standing in the room, what inspired us in that instant and the meaning behind each song. As a producer, my goal was to try and create the best-sounding Dream Theater record we’ve ever made so that listeners can just be enveloped in the music. I really wanted this recording to truly reflect the spirit, joy and passion that went into making the album and for people to walk away feeling some of the organic nature, personality and raw energy that the band captured while together in the studio. For me, I think it accomplishes that and I hope that other people will feel the same way,” explains John Petrucci.

In June 2018, Dream Theater secluded themselves in a private location in upstate New York to begin writing for the new record. While spending the summer living together in the property’s adjacent residence, the band spent their days and nights crafting the music that would make up the new album in the ‘Yonderbarn’; a beautiful and spacious barn that had been meticulously transformed into a state-of-the art film and recording studio. Following an intense & extremely productive period of group writing sessions and wanting to retain the magic that was captured in this scenic and inspiring location, they decided to record the album in the very room they had all convened to write together in. Living together during the writing and recording for ‘Distance Over Time’ marked another first for the band’s 33-year career. The result is a heavier collection of songs that showcases the early roots of the band while exploring new territory as musicians and as friends.

“It was like going back to summer camp,” adds James LaBrie. “Being around each other the whole time made it that much more of a profound experience. I think the songs reflect the energy. It was a lot of fun to have a situation so powerful at this point in our career.”

It has been 3 years since Dream Theater released new music. To announce the details of the brand new album, Dream Theater enlisted the help of one lucky contest winner to break the news of the record to the loyal fans of the band. An Alternate Reality Game was launched that encompassed a “treasure hunt” whereby fans were able to search for clues hidden in various photos, videos, social media posts, and more. Ultimately, one lucky winner was given access to content before everyone else including the release date and cover artwork, and the winner would be the one to share the first taste of never before heard music. Listen to that first teaser here: https://youtu.be/TKi3aQyWqHM

Dream Theater is also planning to hit the road in support of the new album. The ‘Distance Over Time’ Tour of North America was recently announced and kicks off on March 20, 2019 in San Diego, CA. The tour will run for seven weeks before wrapping up in Mexico City on May 4, 2019.
Information on tickets for all upcoming shows as well as VIP packages can be found at www.dreamtheater.net. More tour dates for the worldwide tour will be announced in the near future.

Progressive metal pioneers Dream Theater— James LaBrie (Vocals), John Petrucci (Guitars), Jordan Rudess (Keyboards), John Myung (Bass), and Mike Mangini (Drums) — share a unique bond with one of the most passionate fan bases around the globe as evidenced by their two GRAMMY® Award nominations and 15 million records sold worldwide. The 1992 opus Images & Words received a gold certification and landed on Rolling Stone’s coveted “100 Greatest Metal Albums of All-Time.” Guitar World placed the follow-up Awake at #1 on “Superunknown: 50 Iconic Albums That Defined 1994.” 1996’s A Change of Seasons notably soundtracked NBC’s coverage of Downhill Skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics. Fans voted the 1999 Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory the “Number One All-Time Progressive Rock Album” in a 2012 Rolling Stone poll. Not to mention, it ranked as the “15th Greatest Concept Album” by Classic Rock. 2009 saw Black Clouds & Silver Linings crash the Billboard Top 200 at #6 as A Dramatic Turn of Events [2011] and Dream Theater [2013] maintained a three-peat in the chart’s Top 10. Consequence of Sound dubbed 2016’s The Astonishing, “An absolutely unique experience.” Beyond three platinum and two gold videos, the group was inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame in 2010. On its 14th full-length and first release for InsideOutMusic / Sony Music, Distance Over Time, the band recharge the brotherhood that has kept them creating music together for over 30 years. It’s Dream Theater at their most dynamic, direct, and definitive.

In 2018, InsideOutMusic have been celebrating 25 years as one of the leading labels worldwide for progressive music and is part of the Century Media Label Group, a division of Sony Music.

Dream Theater is:
James LaBrie – Lead Vocals
John Petrucci – Guitars, Backing Vocals
Jordan Rudess – Keyboards
John Myung – Bass Guitars
Mike Mangini – Drums, Percussion


Find Dream Theater online:
www.dreamtheater.net
https://www.facebook.com/dreamtheater
http://twitter.com/dreamtheaternet
http://instagram.com/dtimages

INSIDEOUTMUSIC online:
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www.youtube.com/InsideOutMusicTV
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www.insideoutshop.de

This news story was originally published here: https://www.prog-sphere.com/specials/umae-echo-lyric-video-premiere/
UMÆ - Echo

After successful launch of their debut single “Turn Back Time” via PROG Magazine, international progressive rock outfit UMÆ are back with a new track taken from their upcoming full-length Lost in the View which comes out on December 18th. New single titled “Echo” — available now via Spotify and Google Play Music — once again features guest contributions from John Wesley (solo, Porcupine Tree) on vocals and Conner Green (Haken) on bass, in addition to guitarist Eric Gillette (The New Morse BandMike Portnoy’s Shattered Fortress) who is playing an enticing solo. Watch a lyric video for the song below.

Commented UMÆ guitarist Antony Cliplef: “This is our straight ahead rocker for the album, full of energy and attitude in all the riffs. I remember the main riffs for ‘Echo’ coming together at Faders Music, the store I work and teach at in my home town. I was tuning up, and playing guitars, and I just sort of came up with the first couple riffs of ‘Echo’ at that time. When Guðjón and I were discussing making music, prior to my first trip to Iceland, I would occasionally send video and audio clips, as well as MIDI files of music I was working on. So, I filmed this riff and sent it off to Guðjón. Later on, during the demoing phase, I brought it back up, but this time with a bit more of a structure to it.

He continued: “This song was one that we had almost zero idea what direction to go in with the drums. It remained as the drum-less demo on our album until we got together with Samy and he went to work on carefully crafting the drums to reflect the energy buried within the riffs. His drums made for this awesome groove that Conner was able to lock onto and really highlight in his performance. After I was back from my second trip to Iceland, I managed to catch Eric Gillette performing in Florida. I had known him for his playing in The Neal Morse Band, as well as his involvement in Mike Portnoy’s Shattered Fortress. I had been thinking of having a guest soloist on this track, and he had impressed me so much over the last few years that I decided to contact him. Before long, he got back to us with a real badass solo. This is also the second song featuring John Wesley on lead vocals. He did an incredible job of capturing the power, energy, and attitude of the track with his great vocal dynamics and character.

Lost in the View is out on later this year. Save new single “Echo” to your library on Spotify and Google Play Music.

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This news story was originally published here: http://www.prog-sphere.com/specials/umae-echo-lyric-video-premiere/
UMÆ - Echo

After successful launch of their debut single “Turn Back Time” via PROG Magazine, international progressive rock outfit UMÆ are back with a new track taken from their upcoming full-length Lost in the View which comes out on December 18th. New single titled “Echo” — available now via Spotify and Google Play Music — once again features guest contributions from John Wesley (solo, Porcupine Tree) on vocals and Conner Green (Haken) on bass, in addition to guitarist Eric Gillette (The New Morse BandMike Portnoy’s Shattered Fortress) who is playing an enticing solo. Watch a lyric video for the song below.

Commented UMÆ guitarist Antony Cliplef: “This is our straight ahead rocker for the album, full of energy and attitude in all the riffs. I remember the main riffs for ‘Echo’ coming together at Faders Music, the store I work and teach at in my home town. I was tuning up, and playing guitars, and I just sort of came up with the first couple riffs of ‘Echo’ at that time. When Guðjón and I were discussing making music, prior to my first trip to Iceland, I would occasionally send video and audio clips, as well as MIDI files of music I was working on. So, I filmed this riff and sent it off to Guðjón. Later on, during the demoing phase, I brought it back up, but this time with a bit more of a structure to it.

He continued: “This song was one that we had almost zero idea what direction to go in with the drums. It remained as the drum-less demo on our album until we got together with Samy and he went to work on carefully crafting the drums to reflect the energy buried within the riffs. His drums made for this awesome groove that Conner was able to lock onto and really highlight in his performance. After I was back from my second trip to Iceland, I managed to catch Eric Gillette performing in Florida. I had known him for his playing in The Neal Morse Band, as well as his involvement in Mike Portnoy’s Shattered Fortress. I had been thinking of having a guest soloist on this track, and he had impressed me so much over the last few years that I decided to contact him. Before long, he got back to us with a real badass solo. This is also the second song featuring John Wesley on lead vocals. He did an incredible job of capturing the power, energy, and attitude of the track with his great vocal dynamics and character.

Lost in the View is out on later this year. Save new single “Echo” to your library on Spotify and Google Play Music.

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This news story was originally published here: http://www.insideoutmusic.com/newsdetailed.aspx?IdNews=22535&IdCompany=8

Rikard Sjöblom’s Gungfly recently released ‘Friendship’, their brand new studio album, following the release of 2017’s ‘On Her Journey To The Sun’, as well as 2018’s retrospective 5CD collection ‘Rumbling Box’.

Now Rikard is pleased to reveal a brand new animated video for the track ‘They Fade’ which you can watch now here: https://youtu.be/fmfnINxMKss

Rikard comments: “I’m so glad that Love Fagerstedt went out on a mission to make such a fantastic animated video for ‘They Fade’. This song means a lot to me because I’m singing to several of my childhood friends and because of that it’s a very personal song. Love had his own vision for it and by portraying my words with his imagery of these two friends it made it an amazing combo I think!

You can watch a clip of Gungfly’s previous single ‘Ghost of Vanity’, here:
https://youtu.be/F3dmQqBArO0

Rikard comments: ”A song that really just came to me all at once while I was strumming away on my guitar one day, lyrics and all. I kept singing ‘I don’t want no part in this’ over and over at first and then started thinking about what it was I didn’t want to partake in. Well, vanity is something I’ve never been a big fan of but one way or another we’re all slaves to it. I think most people, especially teenagers and young adults strive to live up to unrealistic expectations from TV-commercials or the superficial parts of showbiz. I remember when I was a kid and thought everything they said on TV was true, or at least didn’t reflect too much about whether it was real or not. No matter how much we try to not care about how cool or pretty or rich we are, I think it gets to us. The ghost of vanity is always present and I guess it takes a lot of reflecting over your own identity and a lot of courage to try to be yourself. I admire those who truly are.


The album is available as a limited CD Digipak & gatefold 2LP + CD (both including 3 bonus tracks) as well as digital download. Order now here: https://Gungfly.lnk.to/Friendship


The full track-listing is as follows:
1. Ghost of Vanity
2. Friendship
3. They Fade
4. A Treehouse in a Glade
5. Stone Cold
6. If You Fall, Pt. 2
7. Crown of Leaves
8. Slow Dancer (Bonus Track)
9. Past Generation (Bonus Track)
10. Friendship (Utopian Radio Edit) (Bonus Track)



Rikard comments: “The idea for ‘Friendship’ came to me because of an old photo of me as a child. I found this old photo at my parents’ house, depicting me standing on top of this really tall treehouse in a glade near our house. Although I of course remembered it as being really high up in the tree tops as a child, this picture proved that it really was! As I reminisced about the treehouse I started thinking about my childhood friends with whom I built it. We were the best of friends and we spent so much time together in this little village where I used to live. This of course made me think about all the friends I used to have, these relationships where you hung out all the time, went through childhood together, grew up and knew everything about each other and then all of a sudden, for some reason, disappeared from each other’s lives. This phenomenon of falling out with someone is still a mystery to me, but I’ve learned to accept it, much like the separation of death it’s just a part of life and the nature of our course of life, I guess. So this is a collection of songs about and for all of my friends, dead or alive, past and present. I chose to base the stories around the treehouse in the glade, not because all of my memories are from there, but rather that it’s the place that made me think back on all of this.

Rikard comments of the musical direction: “Musically, what can I say? This is prog rock, but I want to be free to move in whatever direction the music wants to go and I happily go exploring where it wants to take me. Even though there are a few softer songs and sections, most of the album turned out to be a rocker; a collection of hard rock songs with lots of tricky parts, some heavier moments and some downright jazzy elements too!

Rikard Sjo¨blom is perhaps best known as the multi-instrumentalist frontman of Beardfish, who established themselves as one of the most consistently brilliant modern-day progressive rock bands over the course of eight studio albums. In recent years, he has also become known for his work with English progressive collective Big Big Train, playing live with them as well as performing on their most recent studio album ‘The Second Brightest Star’ as well as the new live album ‘Merchants of Light’.

Explore Rikard’s back catalogue with the recently released ‘Rumbling Box’ which contains 5 discs covering the years 2006-2016. Get your copy here: https://gungfly.lnk.to/RumblingBox

GUNGFLY online:
https://www.facebook.com/gungflyofficial/
http://www.rikardsjoblom.com/


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www.insideoutshop.de

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #287
(Music For The Dark Days)

As we transition from Autumn to Winter, the days grow shorter… but better for listening to great music.

Join me in listening to some classics… and soon-to-be-classics that will warm your cold heart. ;o)

Remember, you can stream/download this, and any of the 126 previous editions of The Progressive Tracks Show broadcast on Progzilla Radio, any time you want at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks.

PLAYLIST:

  • Twenty Sixty Six & Then – “Autumn” from Reflections on the Future on Glass Ark Music
  • Atomic Rooster – “Winter” from Atomic Rooster on Sanctuary
  • Magma – “Ork Alarm” from Köhntarkösz on Seventh Records
  • The Laze – “PolyGone” from Cryptic Plumage on Extreme Ultimate
  • Maat Lander – “Space Scum” from Seasons of Space • Book #2 on Clostridium Records
  • Space Streakings – “Do! Sports ”a little bit”” from First love on SKiN GRAFT
  • Yes – “Five Per Cent for Nothing” from Fragile (Deluxe Edition) on Rhino/Elektra
  • Amgala Temple – “Bosphorus” from Invisible Airships on Pekula Records
  • Maat Lander – “The Asteroid of Living Machinery” from Seasons of Space • Book #2 on Clostridium
  • Amgala Temple – “Moon Palace” from Invisible Airships on Pekula Records
  • The Laze – “Scaffolds” from Cryptic Plumage on Extreme Ultimate

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

But first… enjoy the show!

Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack

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