Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 244 – 17 January 2021

Edition 244 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (464 in total), first broadcast 17 January 2021, is now also available to stream on demand or download. Two hours of fantastic melodic and symphonic progressive rock.

Also this week.. Andrew Halley from The Progressive Aspect reviews the latest album by The Flower Kings, and (if listening in time) you can win a great Polish prog rock double CD. (Competition closes midnight UK Tues 19 Jan).


1 Rain – Devils Will Reign (Singularity)
2 Argus – Depressed (The Outsider)
3 The Ryszard Kramarski Project – First Spirit (Mr Scrooge)
4 Kosmos – Ajan Peili (Ajan Peili)
5 Pierpaolo Bibbo – Ritratto D’Inverno (Razza Umana)
6 The Flower Kings – Solaris (Islands)
7 Omega – Gammapolis II (Gammapolis)
8 Friendship Time – Anonymiteten (Friendship Time)
9 Checking for Echo – The Distant Sunrise (Life & Other Short Stories)
10 Tim Morse – Voyager (The Archaeology Project)
11 The Mastelotto’s – Elephant Talk (A Romantic’s Guide to King Crimson)
12 Nick Bensen – Vegetable Man (Love You – A Tribute to Syd Barrett)
13 Bo Hansson – Black Riders/Flight to the Ford (Music Inspired by the Lord of the Rings)

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Your melodic and symphonic progressive rock music suggestions for the show are very welcome. Just email shaun@progzilla.com, or message via twitter @shaunontheair or facebook.com/theprogmill