This week’s Prog-Watch is another edition of our Explorations series, this one looking at Neo-Progressive Rock, or Neo-Prog, for short! In this program we’ll explore the Neo-Prog sub-genre through great music from Marillion, IQ, Galahad, Pendragon, Arena, Magenta, Comedy of Errors, Collage, Sylvan, and the Barock Project!
Happy New Year! Join us and start the year off right with some of the best progressive rock produced last year, as we begin our Prog-Watch and The Progressive Aspect collaboration on the Best of 2021! We’ll hear music from Raven Sad, Sylvan, Lifesigns, Cyan, The Emerald Dawn, Octarine Sky, and Big Big Train! With brief reviews by our TPA contributors, Tony Colvill, David Edwards, Rob Fisher, Magnus Moar, Bob Mulvey, Jez Rowden, Graham Thomas, Roger Trenwith, and Leo Trimming!
On Prog-Watch this week it’s another installment of OUR PROGRESSIVE PLANET in which Dr. Rob Fisher and I will take you on a little tour of the vibrant progressive music scene in Germany! With music from Sylvan, Lucifer’s Friend, Subsignal, Panzerballett, Eloy, RPWL, Frequency Drift, Vanden Plas, Seven Steps To The Green Door, and Schmid and Arnold! We hope you will join us!
More great, contemporary progressive sounds await on this week’s Prog-Watch! We’ll hear music from Frost*, Nad Sylvan, The Checking For Echo Project, and Sylvan! Plus, our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher, returns to take us on a voyage of Progressive Discovery with the latest album by Raven Sad!
This week’s Prog-Watch is a straight-up variety program full of great contemporary progressive rock! I’ve got fantastic stuff from Liquid Tension Experiment, Karmamoi, Jon Anderson, Sylvan, Steven Wilson, Ciccada, Renaissance, Bob Lord, The Franky Valentyn Project, The Man From Ravcon, RPWL, and Raven Sad! I hope you will join me!
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