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The Light Afternoon progressive rock studio project from Dorset

Introducing “The Light Afternoon” Introduced to me via a reader comment. I delete twenty or more spam posts per day on this blog.  So every now and then when someone posts a genuine comment it is a cause for celebration.

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Syndrome – experimental progressive alternative rock

Colourful Cows – Syndrome No, it’s not an illness but the latest e.p. from Alt-electro band Syndrome from …. well, it’s a bit hard to say where, for sure, actually. The website is  www.syndrome.nu which I have seen used for Dutch

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Moulettes – Alt folk from Glastonbury England

Introducing Moulettes from Glastonbury Female led alternative folk with prog leanings It is often a daunting task to write these articles, when I discover a band that I really like, and then discover that the band has an extensive history

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Introducing Mozart’s Revolver – Folk Prog from the USA

Introducing Mozart’s Revolver a blend of Irish folk and progressive rock I was just about to write an article about a band called the Moulettes and I wanted to reference Mozart’s Revolver. As I began, I realised I haven’t told

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Progfathers – Genre tribute to the Golden age of Prog

Introducing “Progfathers” Genre tribute to Prog rock’s golden era I found out about this new band via a mail shot sent to subscribers to Pink Fraud’s mailing list. Pink Fraud were the first Pink Floyd tribute band I saw, and

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Introducing Tinyfish – a bit late but here goes

Introducing Progressive Rock Band Tinyfish With thanks to my son for the recommendation It was my son Morton, who has been listening to The Reasoning a lot on Spotify, that told me about this band. I don’t really use Spotify

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Tinyfish article on hold until my question is answered

Prog rockers Tinyfish need to answer a question Until they do I just can’t write anything about them On their website, OK I will at least include the link, progressive rock band from … (OK let’s make that two questions

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Rolin Humes – stunning hard to define band from Croatia

Introducing Rolin Humes, from Croatia Live, Grow, Flourish If anybody asked you were in the world to look for fantastic unsigned music; assuming you are English speaking, you might expect to hear answers like U.S.A., Canada, Britain, Australia; well you’d

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The Longmen – original blues/rock/pop from Derbyshire

Introducing “The Longmen” from Derbyshire I got a message via Facebook, it took a while because FB has this brilliant idea that they are better at deciding which messages I want to read than I am myself. So when I

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Album review – Blissful Mop – Seventeen

Review of Seventeen by The Blissful Mop Blissful Mop are one of several bands to feature guitarist, songwriter, Joe Inkpen. Combing the name of the lead singer Bliss Nayler, with Joe’s earlier band The Mop Collective, gave them the name.

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