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Album of the Week 03-2018: Kayak - Seventeen

Kayak is one of the few bands who can keep changing musicians and still sound like Kayak. ‘Seventeen’ is the ultimate proof. Only founding keyboard player Ton Scherpenzeel remains from the last album, yet it is the most inspired set of songs Kayak has released in at least ten years, possibly even as much as three and a half decades. 464 more words


Timeless Classic Of The Day

Can’t Take My Eyes Off You by Muse

 But if you feel like I feel, please let me know that it’s real.

Sonic Gems: The Flaming Lips - Soft Bulletin

Formed in 1983 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, The Flaming Lips are an American rock band the relentlessly recorded several albums and EPs on indie label, Restless, before finally being signed with Warner.  166 more words

Thought For The Day

VISIONS OF ATLANTIS - New ALBUM DETAILS Revealed & Premiere First Video!

Symphonic metal masters VISIONS OF ATLANTIS once more set sail to oceanic myths and the eternal dream of the sunken continent! Titled ‘The Deep & The Dark‘ and set for a release on February 16th 2018on Napalm Records, with their upcoming seventh studio album VISIONS OF ATLANTIS showcase all musical facettes of the genre with a breathtaking classic Symphonic Metal album. 328 more words


Review: Obiymy Doschu - Son

Staring a beautiful landscape and waiting for the sun to hide into the ocean… That is what I felt while I was listening to the new album by Ukrainian progressive / symphonic rock act Obiymy Doschu titled “Son,” which is possibly one of the most beautiful albums of 2017 . 292 more words


Review: Obiymy Doschu - Son

Ukrainian Progressive Rock six-piece Obiymy Doschu have just put out their new release titled “Son” (Ukrainian for ‘dream’). The first thing that is quite obvious is that the band sing in Ukrainian, and I would say that it makes the difference indeed. 437 more words

Progressive Rock

Album of the Week 47-2017: Steve Hackett - The Night Siren

After spending a lot of time touring with new interpretations of old  Genesis material, Steve Hackett finally found the time to release a new album of all original material again earlier this year. 489 more words