Monthly Archives: November 2011

Agents of Mercy (Mickael Walle Wahlgren)

Back in October 2010 I spent an evening with Agents of Mercy & Karmakanic at Spirit of 66. We did a chaotic interview backstage before heading to the hotel, getting lost on the way and discovering the place all locked-up … Continue reading

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Glass Hammer

Being somewhat of a fan, having once bought a plane ticket to go see them play live in Nashville, DPRP’s Brian Watson recently got to speak to Glass Hammer‘s Steve Babb and Fred Schendel about, amongst other things, their new … Continue reading

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Cressida

Formed in 1968, Cressida are considered one of the pioneering symphonic progressive bands, but released just two albums before disbanding in 1971. After all this time they have a strong cult following and are releasing a 12″ vinyl album of previously … Continue reading

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Karmakanic

DPRP’s Phil Chelmsford speaks with Jonas Reingold, bass player extraordinaire, about his band Karmakanic, their DPRP recommended new album In a Perfect World, how he writes music and the musicians he’s worked with. We also chat about music in general, … Continue reading

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Lazuli

In the ever-eclectic world of prog, Lazuli stand out as one of the most original bands with their diverse instrumentation and unique sound. Shooting into the limelight with their well-received 2007 release En Avant Doute, they took a setback in 2009 when … Continue reading

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Guy Manning

We bring you an interview with DPRP’s John ‘Jonno’ O’Boyle talking with Guy Manning about his latest release “Margaret’s Children“.  This ties in with DPRP’s duo CD review of the album. It has been 12 months since the release of … Continue reading

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