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Rhys Marsh: October After All

Read "October After All" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Hopefully, this alluring album by progressive rock multi-instrumentalist, composer, vocalist Rhys Marsh won't slip under the radar. It's an album that has staying power due to the artist's atmospheric and cleverly arranged works, largely containing memorably melodic hooks and emotive expressionism. Born in the UK, Marsh now resides in Norway, which has become a fertile region ...

October After All

Label: Karisma Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: River; Long Way Back; Golden Lullabies; Ride The New Wave; The Butterflies; Let It Be Known!; One Hundred Memories; The Summer Days; '22'; (It Will Be) October After All.

Caravela Escarlate

Label: Karisma Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Um Brilho Frágil no Infinito; Caravela Escarlate; Atmosfera; Gigantes da Destruição; Toque as Constelações; Futuro Passado; Cosmos; Planeta-Estrela.

False Memory Archive

Label: Karisma Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: We, the Drowned; Claire de Lune; False Memory Archive; Lost Causes; Intermezzo; The Lights; There are the Stars we're looking for; Transparent Eyes; Psalm 51.

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Caravela Escarlate: Caravela Escarlate

Read "Caravela Escarlate" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Caravela Escarlate is a rather stunning effort by this Brazilian trio that pays homage to the progressive rock genre's storied past, coupled with a modern sound and distinct modus operandi. Simply stated, this album is a refreshing and highly melodic program that is quite focused and congenial. The artists' cleverness sparkles on motifs where robust church ...

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Oak: False Memory Archive

Read "False Memory Archive" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This multitasking Norwegian trio's exceptional layering and mixing techniques provide a boost to the musicians' seamless ability to bridge a progressive rock aura with fresh material that occasionally skirts art-rock and pop. Simen Valldal Johannessen's warmhearted vocals (in English) are iterated with near flawless diction and mystical qualities. The melodic verses are often synched ...

Galasphere 347

Label: Karisma Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: The Voice of Beauty Drowned; The Fallen Angel; Barbarella’s Lover.

Minus

Label: Karisma Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Black Wandering Sun; Sirens; The Stranger; From Fire, From Stone; Minus; Tidlaus.

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Galasphere 347: Galasphere 347

Read "Galasphere 347" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

The record label duly notes that the ensemble's lineup is a pedigree from estimable progressive rock-based bands such as White Willow, Henry Fool, Änglagard, The Tim Bowess band, and more. Formed in 2018, Galasphere 347 occasionally draws similarities to prog giants, Porcupine Tree and Riverside amid the electro-symphonic stylings of many outfits from the strikingly advanced ...

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Krakow: Minus

Read "Minus" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Billed as a Stoner Metal band, Krakow is a quartet from Norway, which is a region that has rocketed into a progressive rock and progressive metal mecca, especially when considering the upsurge in young artists who seemingly learn from the masters and who are intent on cultivating distinct musical personas. With its fifth release, ...


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