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With the release of their new CD, V, I contacted Paatos singer Petronella Nettermalm to chat about the album, the direction of the music and the new line-up.
Dale & Lorraine Kay met with the Godfather of Electronic Music, Edgar Froese of Tangerine Dream with his beautiful wife and artist, Bianca Acquaye, in West Hollywood. Founder and sole remaining original member after 45 years, Edgar shared some exciting news about future products, possible … Continue reading
Rhys Marsh is a British composer and musician, now based in Norway. With his band, The Autumn Ghost, he has just released his third solo album The Blue Hour. DPRP’s Leo Koperdraat spoke with Rhys about his influences, inspirations and … Continue reading
Ahead of the Flying Colors gig at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire, DPRP’s John Wenlock-Smith chatted to the indefatigable Neal Morse. Although most of the discussion surrounded Neal’s new CD, Momentum, there were some snippets about a pending Christmas CD, Neal’s new … Continue reading
The Pineapple Thief have just released their new CD All The Wars and have some shows lined up for November in France and Holland. DPRP’s Roger Trenwith chats to the main man, Bruce Soord, about the new album, the band’s … Continue reading
With a John Lees’ Barclay James Harvest UK tour looming in October, DPRP’s Alex Torres caught up with John Lees to discuss the band’s plans both present and future.
Anima Mundi are on a two month visit to Europe for some gigs and recording. DPRP’s André de Boer caught up with them after their Helmond gig and chatted about the band, their approach to music and the difficulties they … Continue reading
One of the founding members of the so-called Canterbury Scene, Caravan are still going into their fifth decade and remain extremely popular as a live act. With a couple of shows in the Benelux looming, a full UK tour in … Continue reading
Regarded as one of the most quintessentially English of all the contemporary Prog bands, DPRP’s Alison Henderson shared some stories over a pint of real ale with Big Big Train’s founding members Greg Spawton and Andy Poole in that most traditional of settings, a … Continue reading
With the release of his third album, Crimes & Reasons, DPRP’s Alison Henderson popped into the studio to chat to Steve about collaboration, writing, recording and his future.