“Eyevory is a progressive folk rock band from Bremen, Germany.
The Music is a colorful mixture, combining joyful flute melodies, two outstanding female voices and catchy hooks with hard rocking guitar riffs and complex instrumental.
With many other influences such as folk, classical, pop and hard rock. To sum it up: a total work of Art without boundaries and barriers.” youtube
Thomas MacLean is an English born guitarist and bassist. He is best known for being the guitarist in the progressive metal/jazz fusion band To-Mera and for being the former bassist of the progressive metal band Haken.
Our Chat took place at the time of the Generation Prog Festival – featuring Tom together with Michael Schetter (Relocator) – bass, Frank Tinge (Relocator) – drums together with Sebastian Halbig (Time Shift Accident) – keyboards and PV Bhaskar – percussion.
Hello Tom, my name is Peter, from the DPRP – Dutch Progressive Rock Page, thank you for taking your time to give us some information.
Ethernity is a Progressive Power Metal band from Belgium founded in 2000 by brothers Julien Spreutels (keyboards – Epysode) and Nicolas Spreutels (drums). In 2013, Ethernity started to work on their debut album « Obscure Illusions » which was mixed and mastered by Simone Mularoni (DGM, Empyrios) at Domination Studio (IT). Their debut received best reviews all over the world.
Enjoy deep inside views into a band which is ready to enter the big stage
As complicated as possible – as comprehensible as necessary.
PANZERBALLETT sounds as if a jazz combo would cover Meshuggah. Or like Meshuggah would play jazz standards. Simply, as if Panzers would do a ballet dance. The only difference is that the stage or orchestra pit will stand it without devastated. What’s going to happen to the ears or synapses of ingenuous listeners is written on another page. The title of the new album surely is a consistent tip of the sustainable consequence of consuming the band’s music. The album has been released via the Gentle Art of Music label. Reason enough for a chat with mastermind Jan Zehrfeld.
DISPERSE were founded in the Polish city of Przeworsk in December 2007 by guitarist Jakub Żytecki, vocalist / keyboarder Rafał Biernacki and Marcin Kicyk on bass. During the next six month the group composed four songs, which formed the basis of their first demo release “Promo 2008″. For their first shows including the prestigious GO-Rock Festival DISPERSE worked with session drummer Konrad Biczak, who was permanently replaced by Przemek Nycz in summer 2008.
Dprp: Hello guys, I am Raimond from the DPRP – Dutch Progressive Rock Page.
We’re doing this interview in a series of all bands that play the Generation Prog Festival, together with our German partners powermetal.de.
Chris Braide is a prominent singer songwriter and producer who has written and produced songs for such popular artists as Beyonce, Lana del Rey, Paloma Faith, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, David Guetta, Sia, Afrojack and Marc Almond. In his accomplished career, he also been awarded Ivor Novello, ASCAP and Billboard Awards. Most impressive though, is the music that Chris writes and records as a performer. From his excellent work in 2012 on ‘The Producers – Made in Basing Street’ with Trevor Horn to his entertaining solo albums, Chris Braide is a man of many musical talents.
On a wet afternoon on the day before the Solaris concert, Attila Kollár took time out from his busy schedule to travel to the Continental Hotel in Budapest where I was staying, to provide an extensive interview for DPRP to cover numerous topics including the bands history and future plans.
He was charming throughout and eager to answer the questions as fully as he could. It was a fascinating experience. Our detailed discussion ended some fifty five minutes later and I hope that DPRP readers will find his answers as interesting as I did.
So the question was asked, who would you like to interview and throw five questions at? Guthrie Govan and and Bryan Beller came Alan Weston‘s cry; Plot hatched, questions compiled and answers attained. A BIG THANK YOU must go out toRhiannon Jenkins of RJPR: Music Promotion and Tour Production for making this happen.
Hi Davy, my name is Rick Collins and I am representing the DPRP/ the Dutch Progressive Rock Page.
I’d like to thank you for taking the time to chat with me about your career, and about your exciting new lp, “Second Thoughts.”
DPRP: I’d like to begin the interview by asking you what exactly made you want to play guitar for a living? Was there any particular record, musician, or band, who stood out as an early career influence, for you?
Davy: I think that Scotty Moore, James Burton, the Beatles… read on
Two of the dinos of the progrockcosmos – Glass Hammer and DPRP (Peter Funke) – met in our virtual DPRP-Lounge and here you can join: read the full exclusive story. Just a few months after the release of the by now top-album “The Breaking of the World” you will get to know why GH wants to tie two of our reviewers to the stake (luckily they didn’t do it at last) and you will get some insight views of GH. And of course some very exciting news are waiting. Here is the great stuff for you: