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Space For The Earth

Label: Kscope Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Stripey Clouds; Blooperdome; Humboldt Currant; Popscape; Climbing Plants; Space For The Earth; Harmonic Steps.

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Article: Live Review

Damo Suzuki & Electric Octopus at The Menagerie

Read "Damo Suzuki & Electric Octopus at The Menagerie" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Damo Suzuki & Electric Octopus The Menagerie jny: Belfast, N. Ireland May 23, 2018 Appearances can be deceptive. The Menagerie, tucked away at the Ormeau Road end of University Street, is unlike any other music venue in Belfast. The old, weather-beaten red brick may look like a Temperance Hall-turned-squat, but ...

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Article: Album Review

Octaveleven: This Hyperlink

Read "This Hyperlink" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Hailing from Santa Fe, New Mexico, the all-instrumental keys-- bass--drums trio Octaveleven presents a dynamic blend of old-school progressive rock, math-rock, metal, fusion, and electronica on their debut EP, This Hyperlink. The result is highly appealing; catchy and tuneful in ways that one doesn't normally associate with progressive rock of any sort. Drummer Ben Durfee and ...

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Sploosh

Label: Lilith
Released: 2014

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Article: Album Review

Ray Russell: Now, More Than Ever

Read "Now, More Than Ever" reviewed by Ian Patterson


English guitarist/composer Ray Russell has flown under the radar for most of his 45-year career, dividing his energies between his own projects, sessions for some of the biggest names in popular music and composing award-winning music for television and film. Russell's wide-ranging musical interests have meant that his own recordings have sometimes been separated by long ...

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Article: Live Review

Penang Island Jazz Festival 2012

Read "Penang Island Jazz Festival 2012" reviewed by Ian Patterson


9th Penang Island Jazz FestivalBayview HotelPenang, MalaysiaNovember 29--December 2, 2012 From pickup at the airport at 10.30pm to personal send-off five days later at 4.00am, Paul Augustin, the Director of the Penang Island Jazz Festival, is what you could call the perfect host. It's this personal touch--instilled in the festival staff's ...

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Article: Interview

Louis Sclavis: Maps of the Mind

Read "Louis Sclavis: Maps of the Mind" reviewed by Ian Patterson


"My music? I know what it is, and I don't know what it is. It's a paradox." Now entering his fifth decade as a recording artist, multi-reedist/composer Louis Sclavis may not have a clear handle on the music he makes, but he has absorbed the lessons of all the music he has turned his hand to, ...

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Article: Album Review

Ozric Tentacles: Paper Monkeys

Read "Paper Monkeys" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


A band that has endured the dips and spikes of the progressive-rock genre since its inception back in 1983, UK-based Ozric Tentacles has the beat on jam-based space-rock via its signature style of execution. With undulating synths, driving pulses and layered sculpting techniques, the quartet almost always bestows a sweeping plane, centered on lucid imagery and ...

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Paper Monkeys

Label: Madfish Music
Released: 2011


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