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Prog-Watch

Anthony Rowsick

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Prog-Watch is a weekly podcast and internet radio program dedicated to bringing the listener contemporary Progressive Rock music, album reviews, and artist interviews and features from around the world!
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Rock 'n' roll all night ... and party once a week! Hosted by Pat Francis, Rock Solid is the comedy/music podcast that brings you music “both new and classic," plus lots of laughs and musical guests. Joining the fun are Producer Kyle Dodson and Pat’s hilarious rotating Co-Hosts: April Richardson, Mike Siegel, Christy Stratton and Murray Valeriano.
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Hello and welcome to the Live From Progzilla Towers podcast – Proving that Prog isn’t just for Dinosaurs! Live From Progzilla Towers is a weekly radio show and podcast dedicated to new, forthcoming and recent releases, news, reviews, tour and release dates, interviews, competitions and much more from the world of Progressive Rock.
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A veritable local legend, The Nocturntable has been entertaining CJSW listeners with its signature madcap brand of “variety-core” for over twenty years. Join DJedi Christine each week for two-hours of psych-rock radio that’ll introduce you to that fine line between Saturday night and Sunday morning. Groove, garage, punk, rock, prog, industrial, metal – just put your hands on the speaker and think real hard. *Psychic request line is in effect. Sponsored by Blindman Brewing
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The Ugly American Werewolf in London is a weekly podcast about classic rock, hard rock, progressive rock, heavy metal and early MTV. Hosted by The Wolf, an American expat who misses his record collection more than his friends and family and Action Jackson from the East Coast. These two interview rock legends, review classic albums and concerts of their favorite classic rock bands each week. Action & The Wolf have an unquenchable thirst for knowledge of rock music and its history - tune in to ...
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Stairway to Eleven

Stairway to Eleven

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Stairway to Eleven is a must-listen podcast for any fan of rock music. Each episode covers several rock albums, delving into their history, production, and impact on the genre. The hosts are knowledgeable and passionate about rock music, and their discussions are engaging and insightful. Whether you're a die-hard fan of classic rock or a newcomer to the genre, this podcast has something for everyone. Through their in-depth analysis, the hosts provide listeners with a newfound appreciation fo ...
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Looking at every major Marillion release in order, from the early days of Fish, through the commercial success of Misplaced Childhood and Kayleigh, to the artistic peaks of the Steve Hogarth years. Longtime Marillion devotee and comedy writer Paul Rose is joined by his Marillion novice better half, Sanja, and together they delve deep into the musical journey of this legendary progressive rock band, track by track... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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One of modern modern music’s most enduring genres, progressive rock has flourished since the late sixties when radio switched to FM and music became adventurous and more artistic outside of the comfort zones of Pop. Progressive rock also branched into sub-genres; progressive folk, progressive metal, RIO — rock in opposition, avant-garde & experimental, progressive electronic, Psychedelic space rock, progressive Italiano, post-rock, krautrock, canterbury, jazz fusion, and many others. Unlike ...
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Juxtaposing Metal with Musicals - joined by iconic guests from the worlds of Music, Broadway, Hollywood, and more! https://www.thetonastontales.com/listen -- https://www.patreon.com/bloomingtheatricals - https://twitter.com/thrashntreasure https://linktr.ee/thrashntreasure ***** Help support Thrash 'n Treasure and keep us on-air, PLUS go on a fantastical adventure at the same time! Grab your copy of The Tonaston Tales by AW, and use the code TNT20 when you check out for 20% off eBooks and Pa ...
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Spanning the globe to give you the constant variety of Prog. The thrill of mellotrons. And the agony of the 80s. The musical drama of epic compositions. This is Soundchaser. The Professor will host three hours of music selected from the history of progressive rock, the 1960s to the present. The main feature of every broadcast will be at least an hour of symphonic progressive, the boldest, most robust flavors prog has to offer. The program will feature many varietal selections as well, from f ...
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Let's listen to records (or CDs, or mp3, or whatever you've got) together! I share stories, artist interviews and reviews from the world of music with an emphasis on rock, prog, metal, pop (especially 70s and 80s), indie, or whatever else is floating my boat at any given time. Support the show at: patreon.com/michaelsrecordcollection
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Two fifty-something music fanatics and entertainment industry veterans work through the decades to create a GenEx playlist and delve deep into the artists and songs that shaped their lives and continue to inspire them today. Listen along with Matt & Sheryl's GenExcellent Playlist on Spotify and Apple Music:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2dtoMOrC7FwrSIh70Tqi06?si=2a7bc45a03c44038
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A program devoted to new, unsigned and independent progressive rock artists. Featuring the latest new releases as well as classic older songs, It's the best of new and old from around the world with your host, author and broadcaster, Jerry Lucky.
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Progressive Rock was a revolutionary music genre that emphasized flashy musicianship and wild experimentation. In the wake of the psychedelic 60s, Prog Rock would scale the heights of commercial and critical success. Its star burned brightly, but only five years later it was in terminal decline, destined to be lost to the sands of time. Join your host Ian Prise and his guests each week as we trace the rise and fall of Prog Rock, album by album.
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The biggest names in rock music are Talkin’ Rock with Meltdown. From Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame members to bands just starting out, Meltdown takes rock music fans behind the scenes to find out what these talented musicians are really about. Come along for the ride as Talkin’ Rock with Meltdown invites you to find out more than you ever thought you knew about all genres of Rock from Classic to Prog to Grunge and everything in between.
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Starting with In the Court of the Crimson King and ending with The Power to Believe, we are going through the King Crimson catalogue one song at a time. Roughly each week, we will have a new episode up. Hopefully, you enjoy the ride as much as we will. email: framebyframepod@gmail.com socials: facebook group: King Crimson Courtposting twitter.com/thrak94 instagram.com/egg.chungo twitch.tv/thrak94
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Prog Notes

Destin Frost

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Find us: https://linktr.ee/prognotes Prog Notes is a podcast dedicated to the genre of progressive rock. Each episode Destin and Drew tackle an album and delve into the different aspects that make it prog rock. They maintain that progressive rock is still very much alive and kicking, whether it be highlighting key moments from the early years or tracking the evolution of the genre to today's more modern groups. With each new episode, these two childhood friends encourage more people to inves ...
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Modern Musicology covers topics on rock and pop ranging mostly from 70s, 80s and 90s (with occasional excursions into 60s and 00s). Anything is fair game -- classic rock, R&B, folk, punk, prog, rap, metal, and more. Hosted by DJ and author Rob Levy, solo artist and former Aquanettas drummer Stephanie Seymour, drummer and author R. Alan Siler, and guy from London Anthony Williams.
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That's My Vinyl Answer

Make A Difference with Records

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Welcome to That's My Vinyl Answer, brought to you by Make a Difference with Records. We raise funds for the mental health charity, Catalyst, by selling second hand vinyl and CD’s from our shop in Queen Street, Godalming. That’s My Vinyl Answer is a monthly podcast, split into two parts. In part one we talk to musicians about their career and future plans. In part two the artists discuss the music they love and nominate three records for our Virtual Vinyl Vault. We finish with the most import ...
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Pod Ween Satan

Jay Hunter and Dave Massey

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Ween is The Greatest Band in The World. This is the Greatest Podcast in The World about The Greatest Band in The World....Ween. We will introduce you to Ween in all their grandness and splendor. We shall take you on a tour of the entire Ween Catalogue...One album at a time...One song at a time...Until the end of time. Together we will listen to each and every Ween song. Together we will spread the good word of The Boognish. Buckle up Bitch. Step inside this spaceship and take a ride straight ...
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https://esumiyos.bandcamp.com/ Now the New Album Lepidoptera is available on Bandcamp Japanese indie rock musician/multiplayer(G,B,K,D,V), playing pop yet experimental songs, influenced by various music including 70's UK rock, Soviet rock, Japanese pops, TV soundtrack, heavy metal, new age, fusion, jazz, and prog rock (without programming). Artworks are made by esumiyos using ImageJ software.
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We Dig Music

We Dig Podcasts

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Three music geeks from the West Midlands jabbering on about music... Part of the We Dig Podcasts network, along with Free With This Months Issue & Pick A Disc. Find us at https://wedigpodcasts.com
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Progkast

Jul's Progkast - Progressive Rock Podcast

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Progkast, the all independent Prog Rock podcast, is a monthly podcast showcasing independent and small label artists. Progkast - is on Patreon at www.patreon.com/julsprogkast. It is through patrons that Progkast has been able to continue. Please consider donating or pm me for email address. Thanks! Progkast features independently produced/distributed artists as well as some artists on small record labels. This includes sub-genres of Prog including Lo-Fi, Psychedelic, Symphonic, Metal, Fusion ...
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Detroit radio personality and journalist Anne Erickson hosts Audio Ink Radio, featuring interviews with the best in music, entertainment and more, plus provides commentary. Anne has interviewed Chris Cornell, Myles Kennedy, Alice Cooper, Corey Taylor and many more. Get inked with Anne and her many special guests!
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In this episode of Underdubs, we talk about our favorite progressive rock live albums – and our not-so-favorite live albums! Episode 3 Playlist on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXimKUwGXTrk77MmjSMvU4eFAb0BzPEaK Episode 3 Playlist on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5iwsp13DlClU9zw1nxZIep?si=1a6d1bdc6b18422c Be sure to li…
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En este episodio una estupenda selección de rock progresivo con música de Six by Six (multinacional), Jordsjø (Noruega), Cubo di Rubik (Italia), The Nice (UK), Nuclear Power Trio (USA), Infinite Canvas (UK), IONS (República Checa), Clepsydra (Suiza), Tiputani (Costa Rica) y Zio Crocifisso Italia) Enjoy! Tracklist: 1. "Wren" de Six by Six (inicia 0:…
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Playlist: Scott Macleod - Straight Ahead Astra - Beyond to Slight the Maze Julian's Treatment - Black Tower\\\\\\\/Alda, Dark Lady of the Outer Worlds Pineapple Thief - Versions of the Truth\\\\\\\/Driving Like Maniacs Gungfly - A Treehouse in a Glade Madsword - Time in the Ice Røsenkreütz - Sitting On The Edge Of Heaven Renaissance - Island\\\\\\\…
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Enjoy a very loud and very heavy LIVE SESSION with NECHT this week, right here on The Nocturntable! <3 Lauz Playlist: Rymdstyrelsen - White Dwarf Mastodon - Roots Remain High on Fire - Snakes for the Divine Orange Goblin - Cemetery Rats Dead Quiet - Moon Curser Gone Cosmic - Crimson Hand Aboleth - Wytches Black Mirrors - Snake Oil Neck of the Woods…
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The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast is on the air. On the show this time I have new music from Rob Harrison and Methexis, an In Memoriam feature for keyboardist Richard Tandy, and plenty of progressive music from various places and times. It’s all here on Sound Chaser. Playlist 1. Adrian Belew - Oh, Daddy, from Mr. Music Head 2. Deep Purple -…
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Nice to see you, it's been awhile! We're still over at the Patreon doing the bonus show and having a deelightful time indeed. We're now doing a variation on the show called Pod Ween Satan: The Movie where we analyze shitty movies (instead of analyzing Ween songs for 2 minutes then talking about shitty movies and our telling stories from our jobs...…
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Produced by Joseph Cottrell, Jeffrey Crecelius and Ken FullerThis week, Mark and I take our cue from the recent announcement of the Talk deluxe box set to be released at the end of this month. It contains a live recording of a 1994 concert in Canandaigua, New York (interestingly seemingly misspelt on the adverts) that includes 5 songs from the rece…
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Resist the urge to fangirl because we're joined by THE Dark Urge, Mr. Neil Roberts! (Say what?! *faints*) This week, the Charming Neil joins AW for an exclusive 1-on-1 deep-dive into the superstar breakout character of Baldur's Gate 3- the Dark Urge! But not before we dig up Soundgarden's 'Louder Than Love'- almost-, before reliving Neil's 'Salad D…
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Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 517. In this edition we spoke to Mike Morton of The Gift and heard music by Airbag, An Endless Sporadic, Luca Zabbini, HFMC, Ghost On Mars, IZZ, Mandoki Soulmates, The Gift, Benjamin Croft, The Bardic Depths, Fearofdark, Kaipa, Pure Reason Revolution, Patchwork Cacophony & Oliver Wakeman.…
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Listeners of our show know that The Wolf loves Ronnie James Dio and his epic voice. We've done past episodes on his time in Sabbath (UAWIL #13), the Dreamers Never Die bio-pic/documentary (UAWIL #98) and last year's Holy Diver at 40 (UAWIL #129). So as Dio's sophomore effort turns 40 in 2024, we took the opportunity to celebrate Ronnie's voice and …
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I had the good fortune to speak with Slayer's Kerry King about his new solo album, From Hell I Rise, which drops on May 17th. What I've heard has been a brutal onslaught, like you'd expect! He told me why he chose that name for the album, there were other ones, but he picked this one, as it ends the album on track 13. He also told me about the flav…
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This week my special guests are Jamie Robertson, author of a book called Music Measures Memories, and the book's publisher, our friend and resident reviewer, Rob Fisher! (Bet you didn't know Rob was also a publisher!) The book deals with the importance of music in Jamie's life, it's ability to help us heal, and it's ability to intertwine with our m…
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Here’s what you’ll hear on this episode: Nektar: Recycled - "Recycle", "Cybernetic Consumption", Recycle Countdown" 6:30 Jane Getter Premonition: Division World - "Compass" & "End the Blame" 9:30 Tu-Ner: Tu-Ner For Lovers - "Attack of the Puppet People" 8:00 Yes: Talk 30th Anniversary Edition - "Endless Dream" 15:30 The Gardening Club: The Owl: "Th…
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Jeff Slate and Earl Slick first met over 15 years ago. In that time they have performed and recorded together many times. Jeff is a guitarist, producer, frontman, journalist, regular guest host on SiriusXM. and ASCAP songwriter. Earl is a legendary guitarist, most known for his long association with David Bowie, his work on the Double Fantasy album…
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Playlist: Scott Maclead - straight Ahead Inhalo - Mirror Door/Eventide Galbraith Group - Before the Dawn Wishbone Ash - Sometime World The Trip - Incubi Pink Fairies - Never Never Land Stud - Horizon Yes - Awaken Mary Newsletter - Cattolica Amon Duul 2 - All The Years Round Spontaneous Combustion - Reminder Tool - Fear Inoculum Leaf Rapids - Trepid…
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*"Hoppy Smothers Day"* Playlist: Western Bloc - I Am Subterfuge Empanadas Ilegales - Batidora The Black Keys - Please Me (Till I'm Satisfied) Parlour Panther - Fever Dream Dawn Richard - Your Love Legends Ohama - Julie is a TV Set Ty Segall - Denee Cuffed Up - All You Got Corker - Sour Candy Chemtrails - Business Class War Paint Dez Dare - A Chimp,…
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I've never talked with Stephan Jenkins from Third Eye Blind, so I can check him off my ever-growing list of rockers I've interviewed. Right off the bat, we talked about touring, and how much he likes it. He commented on how concerts bring us together "That collective sense of feeling lets us know that we're not alone." You can see him and Third Eye…
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Produced by Joseph Cottrell, Jeffrey Crecelius and Ken FullerThis week, Mark and I climbed aboard our state of the art time machine to visit the past of the world’s greatest progressive rock band. We each chose 3 Yes tours we would love to be able to visit and gave each other clues to guess which ones we were thinking of. You’ll get the idea I’m su…
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Andy Tillison from The Tangent returns to talk to me about the new album To Follow Polaris, which is a unique record in the band's catalog. The primary reason for this is because it's all Andy this time. With his bandmates' busy schedules, Andy decided to have a go at a Tangent album himself, playing all the parts and trying to get into the headspa…
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Time to dish up some Pavlova- the Queen of desserts, for the one and only Mr. Tony Sheldon! (Say what?! *faints) In this week's jam-packed, mini-reunion episode, we take Tony for a coast-to-coast trip from Mr. Bungle's 'California', across to the funky NYC of 'Seesaw' with the original Broadway cast! Plus, we chat Priscilla Queen of the Desert, The…
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Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 516. In this edition we heard music by Electric Light Orchestra, Dirty Loops, Cyan, Gallowstreet, Lost Atlas, Sykofant, Starcastle, Phil Manzanera, Zopp, Gentle Giant, Astral Magic, Bubblemath, Kavus Torabi, King Crimson, IQ, Seven Reizh, Simone Simons, The Dear Hunter, The Tangent, The Dixie Dregs & Mi…
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Pat welcomes legendary entertainer Mark Volman to the show to discuss his career as a founding member of The Turtles and promote his book "Happy Forever: My Musical Adventures with The Turtles, Frank Zappa, T-Rex, Flo & Eddie, and More." See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-no…
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Coming off the success of his 1999 album, Prince took everything to another level with 1984's Purple Rain. The album featured 5 singles that would get major airplay on different radio formats (pop, rock, r&b, dance) and MTV. The album would sell over 25 million copies worldwide but it was also the soundtrack to the movie of the same name which gros…
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This episode discusses the Marillion Weekends 2025, before we delve into the postbag to get some of your thoughts on Sounds That Can't Be Made. Also, we rank (certain) Marillion songs! Support Stephen's Marathon run: https://www.justgiving.com/page/stephen-wicks-1712393683925?newPage=true&fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTAAAR1uTCUQbrnEyoFjpz5PwdA_u3l31m4CI0f…
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This is the 388th edition of the Epileptic Gibbon podcast music show and the playlist to accompany it. You can CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD but note that the shows are large files. The show is also available to stream via Mixcloud and the Progzilla Radio Network (the show appears on Progzilla in alternate weeks). Following the last show when I previewed …
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Taylor Roberts from Taproot/Riding With Killers joins me on Talkin' Rock with Meltdown. We started off talking about RWK. He explained how the band formed, talked about their debut record "Full Circle" and more. He said they've done some pretty big shows, but it's time to get that band out to the forefront. "We're really getting ready to launch thi…
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Putting last week behind us, this was genuinely one of my favourite conversations I’ve had for the show. Like many, I was first aware of Isobel as member of Scottish indie band Belle and Sebastian. I found her such a compelling figure. She looked like she had stepped out of a French new wave movie. She was a cello player in an indie rock band. And …
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