Zachary Nathanson


I’m a freelance writer/blogger that started doing reviews nine years ago. I’m a fan of Hard Rock, Progressive Rock, Heavy Metal, and Jazz Rock. Also a musician for 20 years. Music has been my friend since listening to the Beatles when I was a little boy. It wasn’t until I discovered Pink Floyd 20 years ago and it changed my life. Geek also, but the Progressive genre has still kept me going from day one. And there’s no stop sign for me. I also have a blog site in which I also do reviews since 2008 entitled, Music from the Other Side of the Room.

Articles by Zachary Nathanson

Comet Control – Inside The Sun

They have taken the genre into a breaking rule book momentum that screams out with pure motherfucking vengeance! So if you want to go for a ride with Comet Control’s music, turn this mo-fo up really, really loud! Because Comet Control’s Inside the Sun is the cosmic voyage that we’ve been waiting for!

Trifecta – Fragments

While we’re still going through these tricky times, Trifecta has given us a chance to come inside their house and enjoy the party

Sally Decker – In The Tender Dream

In The Tender Dream may not be everyone’s cup of coffee per se, but for Sally, she has broken the rule book into big pieces.

Be-Bop Deluxe – Live! In The Air Age

But 44 years later Live! In The Air Age is quite the revelation. It’s not just the original live album, but the live recordings that are on this box set, will give you a historical momentum on how much the band went through.

NMB – Innocence & Danger

It may take a few listens, but it’s quite a bit of departure to understand that the NMB are more than just a conceptual rock band.

Steve Hackett – Surrender of Silence

Recorded during the lockdown, Steve himself can still pack a punch like no other. But at times, he is like the mad scientist on his new album.

Kal-El – Dark Majesty

It may be challenging at times, but Dark Majesty is like the comic book story that we really needed, right before our eyes.

Leslie Hunt – Ascend

She is doing her own thing, and there’s not a single stop sign for her.

Witchcryer – When Their Gods Come For You

Witchcryer aren’t just the real deal, they’ve poured their hearts and soul unleashing their second album.

Dee Snider – Leave A Scar

Leave A Scar, the follow-up to his 2018 solo release, exhibits Dee’s return with more blood and guts!

Emily Wolfe – Outlier

Outlier is Emily Wolfe’s icing on the cake.

Leila Abdul-Rauf – Phantasiai

Leila’s new album is a movie inside your mind.

Lucy Spraggan – Choices

Lucy Spraggan has taken the pop genre to a whole new level through various forms of music.

The Sparks Brothers Documentary

they fit in at the right moment at the right time.

Sleep Moscow – Of the Sun

Sleep Moscow’s debut album is like a movie inside our heads that is partly supernatural, science-fiction, and disguised as a horror film until the very end. And their mission has been accomplished so far this year.

Nick Prol & the Proletarians – An Erstwisle Alphabestiary: Book One

It was time for Nick to brainwash another concept.

Echoes Of The Past: Jon Anderson – Olias of Sunhillow

While Anderson is working on a sequel to Olias, this is an album that alongside Song of Seven, gets the recognition it deserves.

Possum – Lunar Gardens

Possum’s second album is the ultimate trip.

The Grid / Fripp – Leviathan

This collaboration is not only an amazing combination, but what the 25th century might have in store for us.

Frost* – Day and Age

Frost*’s fourth studio album is one of their brutally honest releases during the pandemic that is a wake-up call of what has become.

Jana Irmert – The Soft Bit

Jana always takes the listener beyond time and space with a neo-noir futuristic twist.

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