This week’s program is a variety show with lots of great new stuff from 3.2, The Sea Within, EvenFlow, Drifting Sun, and Strangefish! We’ll also hear great (but not quite new) music from Agam, Heresy, Black Peaks, and The Bedlam Furnaces, and our resident reviewer Dr. Rob Fisher will check in with a Progressive Discoveries feature on the latest album by the Italian band Victim Of Illusion! I hope you can come along for the ride!
532: Variety + Victim Of Illusion on Progressive Discoveries
This week’s Prog-Watch is another fabulous variety program with mostly new(er) music! We’ll hear from Wobbler, David Cross and David Jackson, Ben Craven, Spock’s Beard, Stratospheerius and The Bedlam Furnaces! Plus, Dr. Rob Fisher provides an insightful Progressive Discoveries segment on the new album ‘La Muerta’ from Subsignal!
529: Variety + Subsignal on Progressive Discoveries
This week on Prog-Watch it’s the long-awaited return of THE DOCTOR, Rob Fisher, with another great edition of Progressive Discoveries! This edition centers on the exciting new album by Sharon den Adel’s solo project My Indigo. Prepare for something a bit different! Also on this week’s program: a lot of great Progressive Rock (this ain’t Rap-Watch!) from Yuka & Chronoship, The Dame, Armonite, Emerson, Lake and Powell, Gazpacho, World Trade, The J Conspiracy, IO Earth, and BangTower!
525: Variety + My Indigo on Progressive Discoveries
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This week’s program is loaded with a plethora of great Progressive Rock for your listening pleasure! We’ll hear from Mothertongue, Ryan Parmenter, Klaatu, Umphrey’s McGee, Marco Ragni, the Strawbs, Zombie Picnic, It Bites, Pinn Dropp and StuckFish! We’ll also be checking in with our friend Dr. Rob Fisher for another fantastic voyage of Progressive Discovery featuring music from Liquid Tension Experiment and the Canadian band Intervals!
512: Variety + Intervals on Progressive Discoveries
This week on Prog-Watch: a great variety program with a mix of new and old! We’ll hear from Dave Kerzner, Anekdoten, Steve Tilling, Ian Anderson, Lifesigns, Styx, The Room, Kaipa, King’s X, and Soup! Plus, we’ll check in with THE DOCTOR, Rob Fisher, for another great edition of Progressive Discoveries on the new album by Brother Ape!
This week on Prog-Watch: another great show of mostly new stuff! We’ll hear from The Tangent, How Far To Hitchin’, Big Big Train, Cosmograf, Nad Sylvan, Karmamoi, Aisles, and Karibow! Plus, our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher, will take us on another trip of Progressive Discovery with the intense new solo album by Bjørn Riis, of the Norwegian band Airbag!
438: (Almost) ALL NEW Variety
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For this week’s program I’ve put together another eclectic variety show, with music spanning five decades! We’ll hear from Peter Gabriel, Amplifier, Lana Lane, Marillion, Karibow, Squackett, Discipline, The Mahavishnu Orchestra, and Roger Waters! Our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher will also be taking us on another voyage of Progressive Discovery, with the great new album by Damanek!
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There’s been no shortage of great music released so far this year. So to keep you on top of all the great sounds out there, this week I am doing a 100% ALL NEW variety show! Every song will come from an album released in 2017. We’ll hear from Sky Architect, Big Big Train, Cosmograf, The Winter Tree, Steven Wilson, Anathema, The Samurai of Prog, Nad Sylvan, and Drifting Sun. Dr. Rob Fisher will also take us on another voyage of progressive discovery, with the latest album by Steve Hackett.
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Variety is on tap in this week’s episode! Hear from Uriah Heep, Ben Craven, Dreadnaught, Foreigner, Syncage, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Manfred Mann`s Earth Band, Snarky Puppy, IO Earth, Anekdoten & Rocket Scientists! Also, our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher, will be enlightening us on the great new album by The Mute Gods!