The Lost Art 2022 Review Part 1 with Steve & Lou 2nd Jan 2023

It’s that time of the year again folks, where we step into our time machine and take a whistle-stop trip over the past 12 months to see what was HOT in the Wolrd Of Prog, but as it was such an incredible year for new releases last year, we have had to break the show down into two parts (tbh we could probably make it a three show affair LOL). So strap yourselves in, sit back and enjoy the ride, 2022 here we come – Steve & Lou xxx

This edition.

Jethro Tull – The Zealot Gene

Tears For Fears – My Demons

Galaxy – Never The Same

Glass Hammer – Snowblind Girl

Ghost Of The Machine – Mountain

Ryo Okumoto – Mirror, Mirror

Kyros – Ace’s Middle

Big Big Train – Made From Sunshine

Marillion  – The Crow And The Nightingale

The Flower Kings – The Great Pretender

Porcupine Tree – Chimera’s Wreck

Derek Sherinian – Aurora Australis

King’s X – All God’s Children

James LaBrie – Am I Right

Lonely Robot  – Species In Transition

Threshold – The Domino Effect

Arena – Field Of Sinners

Lalu – Standing At The Gates Of Hell

Dimitri Toonen – When Nobody Likes You

Ed Wynne & Gre Vanderloo – Infinity Curtains

Phi Yaan-Zek – Interdimensional Garden Party (abridged)