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Steven Wilson: Hand. Cannot. Erase. – album review

A chance to reappraise what in time will be considered a seminal album release. Hand. Cannot. Erase. from Steven Wilson.

Emerson Lake & Palmer: The Anthology (1970-1998) – album review

For a short period in the early and mid-seventies, they were one of the biggest bands in the world. Adored by fans, scorned by many, their “welcome back my friends to the show that never ends” signature lives on.

PFM: Celebration Live in Nottingham 1976 – album review

PFM Live - a grand record of the Italian prog rockers live in Nottingham during the great prog era of the mid seventies.

PFM:  The Manticore Studio Albums 1973-1977 – album review

PFM THE MANTICORE STUDIO ALBUMS 1973-1977 Cherry Red Records 4CD clamshell box Available now Making good use of the ‘classic  years’ tag, Cherry Red gather 4 albums from Italian...

Roine Stolt’s The Flower King: Manifesto Of An Alchemist – album...

Roine Stolt is The Flower King - his Manifesto Of An Alchemist is a modern classy take on progressive rock.

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Metronomy: The O2 Institute, Birmingham – live review

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Metronomy The o2 Institute, Birmingham November 16th 2019 Metronomy bring the UK leg of their successful ‘Metronomy Forever’ tour to...

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Nightingales: No Love Lost – Vinyl reissue reviewed

Album Review Nightingales - No Love Lost  Limited Edition Double Vinyl / DL  Available to download and pre-order vinyl 15...

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WATCH! Exclusive new song from L’EPEE – ANTON NEWCOMBE, EMMANUELLE SEIGNER…

Of course this was always going to a great experience. Anton never lets you down and the second single taken from their album, Ghost Rider’ is tripped out lysergic ooze and a wonderful suspension of belief

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The African Queen – film review

The African Queen (1951) Director: John Huston Cast: Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn Run Time: 105 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 18...

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Mirrors Festival 2019: London – live review

Mirrors Festival has relocated to Camden Town. Keith Goldhanger visits all six venues and reports from this...