Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 256 (11 April 2021)

Edition 256 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (476 in total), first broadcast 11 April 2021, is now also available to listen to anytime or download to your computer, phone or mp3 player.

Another two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock, including our fun quiz “How Proggy Are You?!” and this weeks review from The Progressive Aspect featuring Mark Kelly’s Marathon.

Here’s This Week’s Playlist

1 Karmamoi – Memory Holes (Room 101)
2 Huxley Would Approve – Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (Grave New World Part 2)
3 Ciccada – Who’s to Decide (Harvest)
4 Sylvan – On My Odyssey (One to Zero)
5 Alias – Pitch Black (The Second Sun)
6 Strawbs – Judgement Day (Settlement)
7 Silhouette – March of Peace (The World is Flat and Other Alternative Facts)
8 Marathon – 2051 (Mark Kelly’s Marathon)
9 Sonus Umbra – The Lost Menagerie (A Sky Full of Ghosts)
10 Fragile – Heaven’s Core (Golden Fragments)
11 Gravity Machine – She’s Calling Me Home (Red)
12 Supertramp – A Soapbox Opera – Live (Paris)

You can hear The Prog Mill on Progzilla Radio at these times every week (www.progzilla.com/listen – via the tune in and other internet radio apps and platforms – or ask your smart speaker to “Play Radio Progzilla on Tune-In”)

Sundays 10pm – Midnight UK (2100UTC) – main broadcast
Tuesdays 0300-0500 UK (0200UTC) – For North America – Mon 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern
Tuesdays 2300-0100UK (2200 UTC) – 1500 Pacific/1800 Eastern
Saturdays 6-8pm UK (1700 UTC) – Family friendly Saturday evening repeat

Plus: A podcast of the show which you can stream anytime or download as a mp3 file is normally online by Monday evening each week, with links here and at progzilla.com/podcasts

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

NEXT WEEK – ANOTHER PROG MILL CD GIVEAWAY – you can win the superb new album Grave New World Part 2 on CD by German progressive rock band HUXLEY WOULD APPROVE