Category: CD Reviews

Sep 11 2016

Ray Wilson | Makes Me Think Of Home

Ray Wilson known to many  Prog fans as the singer on the Genesis album Calling All Stations seems to be having a productive year creatively with the release on October 7th of his second album of 2016. Hot on the heels of his melancholy Song For A Friend album, Ray continues his life journey and …

Continue reading »

Sep 08 2016

The Pineapple Thief | Your Wilderness

The Pineapple Thief are one of those bands that have managed to elude me. That was however until their new album Your Wilderness Landed at Progmeister towers for review,  I found myself intrigued from the outset having taken the album from it’s jiffy bag along with another disc to find a beautifully presented album with …

Continue reading »

Aug 07 2016

Freedom To Glide | Fall

Freedom To Glide are the produce of a Pink Floyd tribute band (Dark Side Of The Wall) and consist of keyboard player Pete Riley and guitarist/singer Andy Nixon. This is the duo’s second album the first being as simply titled “Rain” . My review of Rain was a favourable one sighting that obvious influences were …

Continue reading »

Jun 17 2016

Andy Tillison | Durch

2015 was a very difficult year for Andy Tillison having suffered a heart attack and all that goes with it. However, being as determined as he is Andy set about writing and recording another album under his Diskdrive moniker. These albums are very personal and very much solo projects allowing Andy to indulge himself his …

Continue reading »

Feb 06 2016

Tony Patterson | Equations Of Meaning

Over a year has passed since Tony Patterson teamed up with fellow North East muso Brendan Eyre to create Northlands. Time waits for no man and Tony has not suffered from idle hands. Equations Of Meaning may seem a strange title for an album though it all becomes clear after listening to it. Tony is …

Continue reading »

Jan 31 2016

Mog And The Water Tribe | Astronaut Ghost

North East Indie band Mog And The Water Tribe release their first album under their new guise moving on from being simply known as Mog. I must admit the new moniker seems a little more catchy and certainly adds to the intrigue behind the band. Mog And The Water Tribe consists of singer songwriter Phil Swinburne …

Continue reading »

Nov 29 2015

David Gilmour | Rattle That Lock

I came late to the party with regards to David Gilmour’s most recent outing Rattle That Lock having first dismissed it for numerous reasons. The first reason being that i simply contained the hallmarks of being On An Island part 2. No harm there is hear you say? Well yes and no! On An Island …

Continue reading »

Sep 21 2015

The Syn | Live At Rosfest

  I received this disc some weeks ago now from The Syn’s UK distributor and have not been able to post my review until now due to technical issues with the site. This in a way did me a favour as it give me even longer to fully assess this nicely packaged album which comes …

Continue reading »

Older posts «

Fetch more items