Review by ssmarcus — By now its a fairly familiar tale. An American millennial extreme music artist from the early to mid 'oughts specializing in "smothing-core," decides to dial back the intensity and veer off into some electronic and post-rock experimentation. Its a phenomenon that is both equal parts meme and illustration of the immense […]
Review by A Crimson Mellotron — 'Live at Knebworth' is an archival live album by Pink Floyd, recorded at the small village of Knebworth, south of Stevenage and north of London - an event that featured Paul McCartney (with whom Floyd had a little fuss over the headlining position), Genesis, Phil Collins, Tears for Fears, […]
Review by SteveG — Having acquired a little disposable income, I preceded to do just that and deposited it on this "A" 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition 6 disc set remixed by Steven Wilson. The main reason being that I liked, if not loved, the album and was annoyed by the noisy, somewhat harsh and congested […]
Review by ComaEcliptic — 𝗪𝗼𝗿𝗸 𝗜𝗻 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗴𝗿𝗲𝘀𝘀I find that this album was pretty well recorded, but it just doesn't have the most compelling of tracks. The production and engineering is quite modern, the mix is quite guitar heavy, barying the keys a bit. There is a very detailed string section on this album that actually […]
Review by UMUR — "Transmissions of Chaos" is a split release by US technical thrash metal act Vektor and Dutch technical thrash metal act Cryptosis. The split was released through District 19 in February 2021. It features 4 tracks and a total playing time of 20:03 minutes. Vektor are well known as one of the […]
Review by alainPP — ARTNAT is a Portuguese group founded by two of the members of TANTRA living musically from 1977 to 2005, known as distilling complex symphonic notes ranging from prog rock to jazz rock and dinosaur sounds namely YES, CAMEL, ELP and especially KING CRIMSON for the typical sound of the guitar. A […]
Review by nick_h_nz — [Originally published at The Progressive Aspect]Sometimes you hear an album and it just sweeps you away. When New Zealand band Pull Down the Sun's Of Valleys and Mountains fell into my lap for review in late 2020, I had several other albums I should have been listening to for review. I […]
Review by admireArt — An enticing trip. Jonas Munk blending a very acoustic/folk/electric, an intelligent gutatr playing along with Ulrich Schnauss´electronic landscapes.Jonas Munk´s guitar brings on a new touch to these well visited areas. His electronic folk, lo-fi funk, dynamic & virtous approach exhales new air into these electronic, down to earth, cosmic heights.Besides their […]
Review by alainPP — NINE SKIES is the French group based across the Atlantic to follow in recent times as they released their first opus in 2017. NINE SKIES, which is boosted by musical celebrities as guests, is also remarkable and worth mentioning. A live show to show off their rock, pop, jazzy and progressive […]
Review by Rivertree — What do you know about corporate design? Well, someone has really thought about that here. Recognition value for example. The band name lettering on the cover, yep, it's a typical ambigram, meant as a calligraphic design that has two or more distinct interpretations regarding the symmetries. Furthermore every symbol is standing […]
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