Today we have an interview with Axel Hackner of Kraut rock band Karakorum by Philipp Röttgers, talking about their upcoming new album, the Burg Herzberg Festival, and more!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-054: a Round Table Review of The Tangent - The Slow Rust Of Forgotten Machinery!
Something for the Weekend: Five new albums for you to discover and enjoy.
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-053 with albums that apparently made some of our reviewers very happy! RPWL, Sounds Like The End Of The World, TDW & Dreamwalkers Inc, and a Duo Review of Until Rain - Inure!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-052: Mini Review Special with reviews of: Astral Son, Charles Brown, Kant Freud Kafka, Enrico Merlin & Valerio Scrignoli (Electric Guitar Duo), Qualia, and Tune!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-051: a Duo Review of Comedy of Errors - House of the Mind!
Concert Review: In the latest concert report we feature a review of PBII celebrating the launch of their latest album Rocket as well as having their 40th Anniversary Surprise Party!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-050: Astrosaur, Hoooffoot, and a Duo Review of Lion Shephard - Heat!
Something for the Weekend: Full streams of five new recommended albums from: KingBathmat, Dante, Woodsplitter, Dreadnaught & Laiddeah
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-049: Damanek, Gungfly, Pendragon, Sumo Sun, and Vespero!
Concert Review: In the latest concert report we feature a review of Shattered Fortress live in Sweden!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-048: Accordo Dei Contrari, Cast, Gandalf, Hawkwind (2 reviews), and The Light Afternoon!
Something for the Weekend: As we are halfway through the year, our writers each select their Top 3 recommendations of 2017 (so far). This week, there is a video for each album. See what you may have missed!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-047: Deep Imagination, Drifting Sun, Son Of Man, Steve Thorne, and Tuesday The Sky!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-046: a Duo Review of Big Big Train - Grimspound, Brother Ape, Semistereo, V2, and Wingfield, Reuter, Stavi, Sirkis!
Something for the Weekend: It's all all-French edition this week with five very different albums from: Yolk, Inüit, Yang, Colours In The Street & Igorrr.
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-045: Antethic, Disperse, Karfagen, Paidarion Finlandia Project, PBII, Saris, and Jonathan Segel!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-044: a Duo Review of Anathema - The Optimist!
Something for the Weekend: An amazing selection this week with new releases from: Galahad, Jean Madani, Siena Root, Cheer-Accident & Mindmaze.
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-043: Pat Mastelotto And Marcus Reuter, Progression, Thinking Plague, Utopianisti, and a Duo Review of Vangough - Warpaint!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-042: Andre Dinuth, Golden Caves, Light Freedom Revival, Pixie Ninja, and T!
Something for the Weekend: This week, one of our five new albums is so good that two of our writers have recommended it!
Prog History: When Prog And Pop United With pride we announce the re-activation of Prog History, which combines Counting Out Time, Forgotten Sons, and Milestones, and will be a place for regular articles as well. First is an article by Patrick McAfee looking into how the prog world changed in 1980s!
Concert Review: In the latest concert report we feature a review of Jean Michel Jarre live in the US!
The Archives of Prog with Frost*, The Mars Volta, Timothy Pure, Transatlantic, and Pallas!
Concert Review: In the latest concert report we feature a review of The Gift & The Far Meadow live in the Netherlands!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-041: Richard Barbieri, Birzer Bandana, Edensong, Suburban Savages, and Tohpati Ethnomission!
The Archives of Prog: Genesis - Calling All Stations, Twelfth Night - Live at the Target, Lalu - Oniric Metal, Martin Orford - The Old Road, Pendragon - Fallen Dreams and Angels: which of these stood the test of time?
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-040: Blonde On Blonde (2 albums), Bullet Height, Bjørn Riis, and Weserbergland!
DPRP SPOTIFY PLAYLIST: Our playlist has just had a big update and now features albums recommended by our reviewers in the first 40 editions of 2017. This is also your last chance to enjoy some of the best albums from last year. Over 700 followers can't be wrong! Listen to it here.
Something for the Weekend: The new album from Australia's Anubis is released today. It is one of five recommended listens - with full streams of each album. Also featured are: Bader Nana, eat lights become lights, Seabuckthorn & Miriodor.
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-039: an Inter-Review with Nad Sylvan about his latest album, The Bride Said No!
The Archives of Prog: Rush, Yes, Netherworld, Opeth, Cannata - who stood the test of time?
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-038: The Bob Lazar Story, Emmett Elvin, The Foxholes, and Lost World Band!
Something for the Weekend: A great variety of new albums for you to explore this week. Jump in now and see what you've missed - with full streams of all five albums from Lapis Lazuli, Prescott, Nau Aletheia, Fragile Vastness & Branch Arterial.
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-037 holds a perfect score for one of the reviews of: The Fierce And The Dead, The Land Of The Snow, Pymlico, Rivière, and Voyager!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-036: The Brackish, Curved Air, a Duo Review of Michael Holmes - Subterranea, and Kaprekar's Constant!
Something for the Weekend: We've found a pretty decent selection, from the progressive underground this week. Something for all tastes with: Syncage, Schooltree, Gordon Midgley, Uneven Structure & Buku Broux. Enjoy.
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-035: Alarion, Elements of Chaos, Mike Keneally, Levin Minnemann Rudess, Persefone, and Starfish64!
Concert Review: In the latest concert report we feature a review of Solaris live in Hungary!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-034: Big Hogg, Collapse, The Invisible, IQ, The Mughsots, and Retrospective!
The next batch of The Archives of Prog articles has been moved to our own server. Nemo, Pure Reason Revolution, Fish, The Flower Kings, and Porcupine Tree - did they stand the test of time?
Something for the Weekend: A fivesome of great new albums this week. Featuring Big Big Train, Djam Karet, The Paperweight Array, Malheur & aswekeepsearching. Enjoy.
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-033: an Inter-Review with Christina Booth on Magenta's latest album We Are Legend plus a Round Table Review of this great new release!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-032: an Inter-Review with Arjen Lucassen on Ayreon's latest album The Source plus a Round Table Review of this great new release!
The Archives of Prog: we're moving these articles from an external server to our own. Here's the first batch!
Concert Review: In the latest concert report we feature a review of Steve Hackett live in the Netherlands!
CD & DVD Reviews, Issue 2017-031: an Inter-Review with John Mitchell on Lonely Robot's latest album The Big Dream plus a Round Table Review of this great new release!
Something for the Weekend: A little trio of great new albums with some wonderful cover art for you this weekend. Featuring Maat Lander & Oresund Space Collective, Soup & oz urugulu. Enjoy.
Concert Review: In the latest concert report we feature a review of Anderson Rabin Wakeman live in the Netherlands!
Something for the Weekend: A little holiday present for you! We've laid a special edition of SFTW - eight great new albums of a heavier disposition, for your aural pleasure. Featuring Vangough, sleepmakeswaves, Synaptik, Awaiting Dawn, Theory, Kauan, Organized Chaos and Give Us Barabba. Enjoy.