ESQUIRE III – No Spare Planet (Progressive Rock Music album)


Jolly old England’s Esquire is back with its third album of carefully crafted progressive rock, which is atmospheric in parts and emotional in others.

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Peter Gabriel – Still Growing Up Live & Unwrapped (Prog Rock DVD review)


Peter Gabriel is captured in his most ambitious stage and concert performance, from his “Still Growing Up” tour, from 2004, and this two DVD set is definitely going to elevate you to whole new level of mental bliss.

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Arjen Anthony Lucassen’s Strange Hobby (Classic Rock Album review)

Arjen Anthony Lucassen's Strange Hobby

Arjen Anthony Lucassen’s Strange Hobby is surely going to rock you with his covers of some the popular rock and classic rock bands from the 1960s and 1970s.

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ASIA – Phoenix (Progressive Rock album review)

Asia has always been a groundbreaking progressive rock band, and the rerecorded reissue of “Phoenix” just proves how much of a unique album this was in 1982 and still is today.

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The Curved Air Rarities Series Vol. 1/Tapestry Of Propositions (Progressive Rock album review)


Curved Air has released a live recording with 17 improvised cuts recorded at 15 different venues on their 2013/2014 tour, and it’s simply mind shattering…

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Armonite – The Sun Is New Each Day (Progressive instrumental rock album review)

Armonite - The Sun Is New Each Day

Italia’s Armonite play progressive instrumental rock with the violin as the lead instrument and keyboard elements within the background creating for some tripped out listening experience.

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Darryl Way – Myths, Legends and Tales (Symphonic Rock album review)

DARRYL WAY - Myths, Legends and Tales

The music of songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Darryl Way is more in the vein of Symphonic Rock, with some catchy guitar and violin parts to keep the songs somewhat together.

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Intelligent Music Project interview

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Milen Vrabevski, the mind behind Intelligent Music Project gave ExplicitlyIntense’s Sarjoo Devani some very interesting and unique insights to the band’s latest album “Touching The Divine”, and how it all worked out to the last detail.

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Uriah Heep – Totally Driven

URIAH HEEP totally driven

Progressive, melodic rockers Uriah Heep are sure to rock your world with awe-inspiring vocal performances and memorable guitar work that takes music to a whole new level of playing.

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Greg Lake & Geoff Downes – Ride The Tiger (Prog Rock album review)

Greg Lake & Geoff Downes - Ride The Tiger

“Ride The Tiger” is an amalgamation of experimental drum programming, melodically powered guitar licks, rhythms, and synth passages with semi-orchestral and pop rock sensibilities potent enough to rock your world.

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