(((O))) Category: Echoes & Dust Guides
Rock comes full circle with the “brutal jazz” sound of Switzerland’s Schnellertollermeier.
In the final part of his deep dive in to the work of Jean-Michel Jarre, Dave Cooper follows the story his extravagant show on the Gizan plateau in Egypt on New Year’s Eve 1999 to the present day.
In the penultimate part of his deep dive in to the work of Jean-Michel Jarre, Dave Cooper tracks the story through the 90s.
In the second part of his deep dive in to the work of Jean-Michel Jarre, Dave Cooper takes the story from 1981’s Magnetic Fields album through to his spectacular performances at London’s Docklands in 1988.
“I knew instinctively, as I had upon hearing other records that had become hugely important to me, that this was a musician whose work I would seize upon, someone whose work I would follow closely for the rest of my days. That feeling would prove to be entirely correct.” – In the first part of a series, Dave Cooper explores the early works of Jean-Michel Jarre and their impact on his life.
Cameron Pikó proving that not all progressive rock is as long, bloated, unnecessary and self-indulgent as you might think…
Cameron Piko guides readers through the highlights of Univers Zero’s unique career in opposition…
In this post I’m going to treat your ears to around 45 minutes of some of my favourite songs from the most epic era in metal ever: The New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM)! By Rob Thompson
In the first of a new series of guides to our favourite bands, genres and scenes, Benjamin Bland comments on the remarkable career of Norwegian avant-garde collective Ulver…