Migration is another slab of excellence which increments on the band’s past and continues on the trajectory towards post-metal greatness.
Jana always takes the listener beyond time and space with a neo-noir futuristic twist.
Leaving California is quite a departure from Jack O’ the Clock’s previous music.
Whatever inspirations Hollier might have had or had, here on Way Out West he is able to blend them into something very much his and King Ropes own, keeping that Western vibe fully intact.
Once again, Justin is delving deep into the sea and elements of nature, applying a poetic slant to his always meaningful lyrics.
Mahogany Frog’s latest release may divide a line in the sand. Either you get it or you don’t.
Does Leo den Engelsen’s music have that ‘European feel’? Quite possibly, but then, Europe is changing and so is its music.
Big Mess is Danny’s return to being weird again.
Who needs to drop acid when you have music like this to take you there instantly?
King Buffalo have demonstrated how to put restlessness into great effect with seven masterly constructed songs, superb precision, and one hell of a top production. The bar is very high indeed.
Polaris is accessible, but heavy. It is catchy but clever. It is rowdy without being y’know, loud. And – I should mention – it is so much fun.
Simply, Acknowledgment is an engaging listening experience that works.
Exotic Monsters is a movie inside your head.
It shows that at times Prog is more than just a four letter word.
The band’s songwriting and playing capabilities pull them through making Figment That Was Me a good addition to a possible grunge revival.