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The Prog Notes Podcast is dedicated to exploring the genre of progressive rock. In each episode, Destin and Drew delve into an album and analyze the compositional elements, lyrics, and concepts that tie it to prog rock. They discuss the album’s historical context within the genre as well as its relevance in modern music. By sharing their passion, they hope to inspire more people to investigate this unique, sometimes overlooked genre of music and help listeners discover new albums or bands th ...
 
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 Twinbat Sticker Co.
 
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... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Ugly American Werewolf in London is a weekly podcast about classic rock, hard rock, progressive rock and heavy metal. Hosted by the Wolf, an American expat living in London who misses his record collection more than his friends and family. He and Action Jackson talk each week about bands, albums and concerts they love along with hot topics on rock music. These two friends have an unquenchable thirst for knowledge of rock music and its history. Recorded just off Abbey Road in the heart of ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
It's all prog rock, all the time! Giant art rock nerds Jeremy Parish, James Eldred, and Elliot Long gather together to hash out the art of progressive rock. From its roots in the ’60s to the best modern interpretations of the form, the only rule here is that each episode fills at least one full side of an LP and contains plenty of pretentious solos.
 
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.
 
Progkast is now back on at least a monthly schedule. Shows will range from 1-1.5 hours. Progkast is on Patreon at www.patreon.com/julsprogkast. It is through patrons that Progkast has been able to continue. Progkast features independently produced/distributed artists as well as some artists on small record labels. I include all sub-genres of Prog including Lo-Fi, Psychedelic, Symphonic, Metal, Fusion, Medieval, Electronic, and Experimental, amongst others. Please like and or follow Progkast ...
 
The history of the 1692 Salem Witch Trials told through music and story-telling in a format recalling an old time radio drama with a modern experimental prog-rock twist. Witch Hunt borrows freely from original sources of information from the time of the trials such as letters, books, poems, transcriptions of the trials themselves, as well as melodies from the Puritan hymn books. The music is highly original art-rock ranging from soft ambient soundscapes to heavy power riffs with many other s ...
 
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.
 
Emanating from KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles, Head Room is a wide-open venue for exploratory rock and roll, be it psychedelic pioneers such as the Grateful Dead, vintage prog, contemporary jam-rock, new music from myriad experimental, improvisational, accidental, avant-freak, wyrd-folk, and psychedelic cabaret artists or any other aural anomalies emanating from the nethersphere. Special emphasis is given to interesting offbeat local acts currently making the scene in Los Angeles.
 
Join us on a track-by-track, album-by-album exploration of the musical artists whose discographies spanned generations, inspired millions, and every night, lit the sky with some of the greatest stage shows seen on earth. Four not-middle-aged blokes dive into the greatest hard rock, metal, prog, and pop discographies ever to be pressed to vinyl. No interviews, no KISS talk, no filler, all killer discussion.
 
If you’re here then we’d like to assume you are a music fan with impeccable taste, and appreciate the job we’re trying to do in promoting the very best in alternative music. Both Stephen and Remfry (that’s us) have written and spoken millions of words about our favourite bands in everything from The Independent and The Guardian to Metal Hammer and Team Rock Radio, and beyond. We have dedicated large chunks of our lives to passionately promoting our favourite music, but never has there been a ...
 
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Produced by Jeffrey Crecelius, Wayne Hall and Preston FrazierThis week we return to our occasional 'What did they do next' series and it’s Rick Wakeman’s turn again. After some fairly typical personal and legal upset, the band and Rick parted ways and there was to be no repeat of the Keys to Ascension positivity.This left Wakeman free to indulge ot…
 
There are important updates on Broken Records, Classic Albums and Remfry's squeaky chair this week as well as news on will.i.am's latest foray into the world of tech and Ronnie Wood has been granted the freedom of the city of London ... lucky him! Reviews this week include Let the Bad Times Roll by The Offspring (19:47) The Greatest Mistake of my L…
 
Another killer, double interview edition of Talkin' Rock. Up first it's Jeremy Spencer of the band Psychosexual. We talk about the band and his move to the front of the stage, plus.... -His musical influences -The covers album he did -Theatrical rock bands -His time in Five Finger Death Punch -Does he still talk with the guys from 5FDP -Why they di…
 
Episode 45 covers the fifth Queen studio album, 1976's "A Day at the Races." It was the band's first completely self-produced album, and the first not to feature producer Roy Thomas Baker. The album serves as a companion album to the band's previous album, A Night at the Opera, both taking their names from Marx Brothers films, as well as sharing si…
 
Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 387. In this all request edition we heard music by Big Big Train, Camel, Alamaailman Vasarat, Beardfish, Mike Oldfield, Captain Marryat, Chaz Jankel, Barbara Thompson's Paraphernalia, How Far To Hitchin, It Bites, Jethro Tull, Ganga, Gov't Mule, Klaatu, Pendragon, Nektar, Oranssi Pazuzu, Outside In, Ste…
 
That most sacred of occasions when you download the latest episode of THE SMILE SYNDICATE MUSIC HOUR and prepare to have its wondrous Funtime Goodness seep into your awareness is something that never fails to excite and far be it for to delay it for one second longer! Jason and Miss Elizabeth bring you the good word from Smileton and present a pano…
 
YES came out of the 60s and forged their own identity through extraordinary musicianship, intricate songs and fantastic artwork. While some hits have kept them on classic rock for decades, the different eras and lineups over the last 50 years have created a catalog like none other. So whether you like the 20 minute epics, the uber popular Owner of …
 
Heavy Pod Is Heavy Cast! Back on track with the content. This week, we talk about new music from Gojira, Stortregn, Luna’s Call (kind of), Beast of Nod, Born of Osiris, Alustrium and Bodom After Midnight Then, cool people time with The Empty Man, Monster Train DLC, Doom Eternal DLC, Mundaun, Genesis Noir and Godzilla vs Kong. Enjoy! Join our commun…
 
Cream - White Room Donovan - Turquoise The Grateful Dead - Bertha 4/27/71 Spirit - Girl in Your Eye Harbinger Complex - Sometimes I Wonder Mahogany Rush - i'm a king bee The Grateful Dead - built to last (studio) The Chocolate Watchband - sweet young thing The Soft Machine - The Man Who Waved At Trains Iron Maiden - god of darkness The Grateful Dea…
 
This week on Prog-Watch I'm pitching another straight-up variety program of very recently released stuff...in fact, everything we'll be hearing this week has been released in 2021! We'll hear from 3.2, Raven Sad, The Prog Collective, The Flying Caravan, Kostas Sampanis, Astral Bazaar, John Holden and Friends, Garden of Live Flowers, Lifesigns, Arc …
 
Earth Hour D-Day Playlist: The Los Sundowns - Los Angeles Afrosound - En la Espesura del Monte Robert Cotter - Saturday Teno Afrika - Trip to Vlakas Pahua - Granito de Luna Ros Serey Sothea - Wait Ten Minutes Noga Erez - Bark Loud Dierdre - Waiting For Spring Folk Implosion - Natural One Barry Paquin Roberge - smoke Alan Evans - Are You With Me D-D…
 
It’s kinda like you ordered a pizza but instead of some goofball teenager delivering you a piping hot pie you get a piping hot new podcast episode filled to the brim with entertainment of a particularly DELIGHTFUL kind! Jason and Miss Elizabeth will charm their way straight into your heart as they keep those twin plates of Funtime Comedy Capering a…
 
In this very special episode, Marillion's original manager speaks to us about his 16 years with the band, from signing the band, through the revolving door of drummers, through Fish leaving, to H taking over, to his final days as manager. It's the BYAMPOD John Arnison interview! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Ever think just Dance Gavin Dance? Or do Opeth perfect prog for you? Feat Ciaran Marchant of Explosion Network THE SONGS Song 1 - ‘Strawberry’s Wake’ by Dance Gavin Dance Apple Music - apple.co/3wslMAT Spotify - spoti.fi/3sR4KdD Youtube - youtu.be/oTJWY2w31cU Song 2 - ’Porcelain Heart’ by Opeth Apple Music - apple.co/3ulK6CD Spotify - spoti.fi/3rQn…
 
Playlist: Scott Macleod - Straight Ahead Nexus - Sueno Inifinito Cargo - Summerfair Pulsar - Windows Babylon - Cathedral of the Mary Ruin Ines - Winter/Cover Me Quaterna Requiem - Toccata/Carceres Jimmy Hotz - Night Passage/The Vision Ship Illuvatar - Marionette La Bottega Dell' Arte - Un' Esistenza/A Cynthia Jumbo - Gil Culpepper's Orchard - Hey Y…
 
Playlist: Le Tigre - Deceptacon Phantogram - Cruel World pseudo-antigone - Everything you made me do Sleigh Bells - Riot Rhythm BRONCHO - Sandman Orbit the Fox - Her Destroy Boys - I Threw Glass at My Friend's Eyes and Now I'm on Probation Cherry Glazerr - Had Ten Dollaz Sudden Waves - We're All Connected Bratmobile - Cool Schmool The Slits - I Hea…
 
Produced by Jeffrey Crecelius, Wayne Hall and Preston FrazierThe two albums I chose for the episodeIn a change to our plans (which were not to release an episode at all over the Easter weekend), the host of the Underrated / Overhated podcast, Jacob, has given us permission to play his episode which features none other than me and Mark.Many thanks t…
 
Remfry's had his first vaccination much to Steve's chagrin. Irrefutable proof that the NHS believe Remfry is a better person than Steve (guess who's writing this episode description). In other far less exciting news, Daron Malakian has stated that 'guns are essential' in response to a frankly bizarre (and pretty crap to be honest) cover of BYOB by …
 
Brandon of Atreyu joins me today on Talkin' Rock. Lots to discuss with him, including.... -Leaving the drums and fronting the band -The new album Baptize -The singles Underrated and Warrior -How the pandemic treated the band -Working with Travis Barker -Cool rock merch ..and tons more. It's the first time I ever spoke to Brandon and it was very coo…
 
Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 386. In this edition we heard music by Anna Meredith, A.C.T, Caravan, Blind Guardian, Petra Haden, Gaspard, Kansas, Laughing Stock, The Mighty Handful, Elliott Millman, Stevie Wonder, Tonto's Expanding Head Band, Steve Hillage, Frost, Checking For Echo, Jethro Tull, Gu-Ru, Haken, Ward XVI, Tusmørke, Nek…
 
Like a meteor shower streaking across the sky, this latest episode of THE SMILE SYNDICATE MUSIC HOUR will delight you, concern your neighbours and cause car alarms to go off throughout your community. Sorry not sorry! Jason and Miss Elizabeth are re-doubling their efforts to bring you Grade A quality Funtime Comedy and Music Capering. Miss Elizabet…
 
Originally posted to Patreon – June 2nd 2020 Remfry and Steve discuss the self-titled debut album released by Placebo, as suggested by Cameron Sheppard. Released on 17th June 1996, Steve and Remfry discuss how the band exploded in a cloud of glitter and dewy panda-eyed cynicism into a British culture obsessed with Britpop and lad culture as well as…
 
Prior to 1988, Metallica hadn't made a video for MTV & couldn't get on rock radio. The release of One changed that but it was the release of 1991's Metallica (The Black Album) that forever changed their fate & fortunes. With 5 hit singles & a 2.5 year worldwide tour, Metallica usurped Guns n Roses as the biggest band in the world and never looked b…
 
Episode 44 covers the fourth Queen studio album, 1975's "A Night at the Opera." Hailed as Queen's best album and their crowning achievement, does it truly deserve this rating or do the "singles" on this album cloud judgement? Mark, Kevin, Alex, and Chris take you on a historical journey surrounding the album as well as share our favorites and not-s…
 
I've put together another eclectic mix of stuff for my turn this month on 101 Dimensions! Here's what I've cooked up: 1. Duncan Mackay – Visa; Peru Tu; Fistful of Keyboards; and See Sea (17:28) (from the album Visa, 1980) 2. Jon & Vangelis – Curious Electric; Each and Every Day; Bird Song; I Hear You Now; and The Road (21:19) (from the album Short …
 
The Mystery Trend - Johnny Was a Good Boy The Doors - soul kitchen The Grateful Dead - caution (do not stop on tracks) Lemurian Folk Songs - logos The Mothers of Invention - Status Back Baby The Seeds - pushin too hard The Grateful Dead - Shakedown Street 5/16/81 Tymon Dogg –The Bitter Thoughts of Little Jane Jefferson Airplane - Feel So Good The S…
 
More great, contemporary progressive sounds await on this week's Prog-Watch! We'll hear music from Nad Sylvan, The Franky Valentyn Project, Astral Bazaar, Skeptosphere and Sonus Umbra! Plus, our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher, returns to take us on a voyage of Progressive Discovery with the latest album by Kepler Ten!…
 
Me again! This week I talk to screenwriter and director William Nicholson about his incredible movie “Hope Gap” and the personal experiences that fed into the project. Bill also has screenwriting credits on “Les Mis”, “Gladiator”, “Elizabeth: The Golden Age”, and more, so it was fascinating to learn about his approach to projects that diverse. Also…
 
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