Edition 310 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (530 in total), first broadcast 24 April 2022, is now also available to stream on demand or download.
Two hours of superb melodic & symphonic progressive rock. Plus (if entering before midnight UK time 26 Apr) a chance to win the new album from ESP Project on CD. And this week’s album review from the Progressive Aspect sees Leo Trimming taking a listen to Dark Before Dawn by Tony Patterson & Doug Melbourne.
1 Meer – Here I Go Again (Playing House Vinyl Bonus Track)
2 The Kaos Collective – Spiral to the Sky (Seven by Seven)
3 Stuckfish – Age of Renewal (Days of Innocence)
4 ESP Project – Cogs (Anarchic Curves)
5 AQ&F – Decouverte (Roan)
6 The Delicate Giants – Going Home (Moonworks)
7 Colin Mold – Blood on Your Hands (Now You See Me)
8 Peter Pan – Smiling in the Rain (Days)
9 Peter Pan – Flying Over Paradise (Days)
10 Tony Patterson & Doug Melbourne – Stopping Time (Dark Before Dawn)
11 Tony Patterson & Doug Melbourne – Reach Out (Dark Before Dawn)
12 Arthur Brown – Long Long Road (Long Long Road)
13 De Troubadours & Blaudzun – De Italiaanseweg (Single)
14 Agile Thumb – Edocesrom (Edocesrom)
15 The Light in the Ocean – Parthenon (Deep Reef Dream)
16 Mordecai Smyth – Out of Thin Air (Things Are Getting Stranger on the Shore)
17 Hannah Moule & The Moulettes – Lady Vengeance (Constellations/Journey Through The Moulteverse)
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