EP Review: Flicker Motel – Within Your Reach
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6d ago
With some heightened post-rock and indie rock, Greece’s Flicker Motel aim to make headway with their debut EP “Within Your Reach.” Every band with a debut record has a chance to show why they should become the next talked about artist of their genre and with this record it will definitely garner some attention in their field. Within Your Reach EP by Flicker Motel If you look at the genre of post-rock from its broad perspective, is that its a subgenre, which you get those strong influences in this release from top to bottom. Opener “Within Your Reach” invokes a lot of the trippy style elements ..read more
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Inside the Groove: Franck Biyong’s Journey from Progressive Rock to Afro Jazz
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by progsphere
6d ago
In this insightful interview, Franck Biyong, a seasoned musician in the realm of progressive and experimental rock, takes us on a journey through his musical evolution, creative process, and influences. From his early fascination with the guitar to the intricate storytelling behind his featured track “Dreamland,” Franck shares the challenges he’s faced as an artist, the ever-evolving music scene, and his unique contributions. As he reflects on memorable moments and future projects, Franck offers a glimpse into the dynamic world of his Afro jazz and rock-oriented endeavors. Join us as we delve ..read more
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Infinite Melodies of ALEPH NAUGHT AND THE NULL SET
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by progsphere
1w ago
From humble beginnings with an accordion to navigating the complexities of synthesizers and MIDI, Aleph Naught and the Null Set‘s musical journey is as diverse as the influences that have fueled his creativity. In this exclusive interview, Bob, the mastermind behind the project, shares insights into his unique approach to composition, the inspiration behind his latest track “Outdoors (In My Head),” and his perspectives on the evolving landscape of progressive rock. Join us as we delve into the mind of a musical mathematician, exploring the intricate symphonies that make up Aleph Naught’s disco ..read more
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Sci-Fi Universe of POLARYS
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by progsphere
1w ago
Tell us a bit about yourself and your musical journey. How did you get started in the world of progressive metal? Douchan: Hello, we are Polarys, a Paris-based band with two albums, “The Va’adian Chronicles” (LP, 2013) and “Cosmic Singularity” (EP, 2024). Both albums are set in a science-fiction universe that I created and continue to develop. While I wrote the story and lyrics, Sly, our bass player, significantly contributed to enriching the universe with his novel, “La Coulée Verte,” released in 2019. The journey began in 1996 when I started writing songs, leading to a 7-track demo released ..read more
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Interview with Secondmoses: Exploring the Cosmos of Progressive Rock
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by progsphere
1w ago
Welcome, music enthusiasts, to an enthralling journey into the cosmic realms of progressive rock. Today, we are thrilled to host Jordany Sylverian, the mastermind behind the musical entity known as Secondmoses. Hailing from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Secondmoses takes us on a unique sonic adventure, blending influences from the iconic Black Sabbath to the mind-bending sounds of King Crimson. With an insatiable passion for pushing the boundaries of music, Secondmoses shares insights into the inspiration behind the featured track, “Sky People,” as well as delves into the intricacies of the creati ..read more
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JOHNNY BOB’s Neo-Prog Saga
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by progsphere
2w ago
German neo-prog band Johnny Bob have been around for a several years, steadily putting out new music ever since 2017. The band’s genesis harks back to the influences of iconic acts like Jethro Tull, Marillion, and Genesis. In an exclusive interview with Carsten Díaz, one of the founding members, we delve into the band’s origins, inspirations, and the evolution of their sound. Carsten shares his musical roots, recounting the early days when his school band attempted to embrace the intricate layers of prog rock—a venture that faced inevitable hurdles. However, the allure of the genre persisted t ..read more
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WE ARE SPACE HORSES Gallop Beyond Genres, Unleashing ‘Apologia’
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by progsphere
2w ago
We Are Space Horses is a psychedelic rock band hailing from the musical hub of Somerville, MA. Formed in 2017 in Stroudsburg, PA, the band comprises the talents of singer/guitarist Kevin Vanderhoof, bassist Gabbi Vanderhoof, and drummer Eric Hochwald. The genesis of We Are Space Horses finds its roots in Kevin’s desire to channel his passion for 60s/70s psychedelic and progressive rock. Previously entrenched in the Stroudsburg music scene as the bassist for the stoner/doom metal band King Dead, Kevin sought to embark on a sonic journey that would meld the influences of psychedelic, progressive ..read more
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CONVECTION: The Meteorological Metaphors of Progressive Metal
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by progsphere
2w ago
Founded in 2011 by multi-instrumentalist Brian Ellis, Nashville-based band Convection‘s inception was fueled by Ellis’s deep fascination with meteorology, metaphor, and progressive rock. The early years saw the birth of Convection‘s first raw and ambitious offering, the 17-track album “Into Darkness,” independently released in the summer of 2014. Over the following years, Convection underwent several lineup changes, evolving its sound and artistic direction. By the spring of 2017, Convection unveiled their debut record, “Polarity,” which marked a significant departure in style, embracing a mor ..read more
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EP Review: SUNMANCER – Nothing Ever Happens
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by progsphere
2w ago
Debut releases are incredibly important for many reasons. It’s a risk for any label to release a debut album. It’s important for the band to nail their sound and deliver a product that will blow the minds of those who listen to it. It’s also the first time people will be hearing the band for the first time and this is the sound they will remember. Fortunately, Sunmancer’s debut EP “Nothing Ever Happens” is something that will benefit the band, more importantly the listener. These metallers from Atlanta give us a progressive melodeath sound that you will fall in love with. Nothing Ever Happens ..read more
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Album Review: CRISIS UNFOLD – A Dream Surreal
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by progsphere
2w ago
Crisis Unfold is a metalcore band haling from Bulgaria, and back in September lsat year the band put out their debut album titled “A Dream Surreal.” A Dream Surreal by Crisis Unfold The album contains strong blasting riffs, which are otherwise inherently catchy and actually suit the vocalist incredibly well. They are bludgeoning when paired with vicious screams and brutal gutturals of Todor Milev. He simply has such an intense level of passion and energy, like he pours his heart and soul into the music. The best example of this can be heard throughout the album, but as highlights I would menti ..read more
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