Tags : prog rock

Album Review: Infest the Rats Nest // King Gizzard and

With a name as inaccessible and uproarious as King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, the odds were stacked against the scrappy progressive-rock band from the start. With an almost unrivalled level of output and a discography that flits erratically between a spectrum of genres, they have evolved into a tricky band to pin down, but […]Read More

Track Review: Of Heart // Bitch Falcon

Making the transition from live staple to studio epic, Dublin trio Bitch Falcon have released their latest single ‘Of Heart’ as a fan favourite from their notoriously rambunctious live shows. Following their sold out debut Irish headline tour, the band’s most melodic offering to date is six minutes of pure raw energy and impenetrable muddy […]Read More

Album Review: Transition // Maxi Curnow

Maxi Curnow, a singer songwriter from Guildford, draws from a range of influences including Frank Sinatra, Jeff Buckley, and Justin Timberlake. Alongside being a firefighter, and a previous member of the alternative rock band Silhouettes, he released debut album Transition earlier this month. The album consists of atmospheric, cinematic soundscapes with a progressive rock twist. […]Read More