Tag: progressive rock

The Matinee January 10th

The Matinee January 10th

The Matinee January 10th features nine stellar songs to jump start your Tuesday. There are some breathtaking electronic / ambient numbers, a couple of fierce rockers, and a few tunes that will take you back in time.   Doombird – “Sheer” (Sacramento, USA) RIYL: Maribou State, Phoria, Lane 8 At the tail end of 2016, Doombird released their debut album with […]

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Wolf People – “Ruins”

Wolf People – “Ruins”

For a decade, Wolf People have hovered in the shadows within the UK music scene. As bands like Alt-J, Disclosure, Mumford and Sons, and Temples shot to fame, the quartet of Jack Sharp (guitar/vocals), Tom Watt (drums), Dan Davies (bass), and Joe Hollick (guitar) pushed in a different direction. Forget mainstream, Wolf People aimed to impress through innovation and ingenuity. […]

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Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 12

Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 12

Welcome to another week of new music cocktails! Normally we focus on groups from across the globe, but today the spotlight is solely on North American artists. We’re serving up some Canadian indie disco-inspired pop along with two double shots of American ambient progressive, indie rock, and Americana.   o’brother – “Time Is a Length of Rope” (Atlanta, USA) The opening strains of […]

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Twitter Tuesday: Luna Kiss

Twitter Tuesday: Luna Kiss

Luna Kiss is a four piece alternative rock band from the UK (Coventry to be exact). The band is comprised of Chris Butler, Will Russell, James Pedley and Ross Morris. They have been making some pretty good alternative indie rock since 2009. One of their older tracks “Take Her Away” is a heavy guitar driven track (ala Zeppelin) with Jeff Buckley-ish vocals. They […]

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The Phoenix Foundation – “Mountain”

The Phoenix Foundation – “Mountain”

  The Phoenix Foundation caught our attention way before The Revue was born. Similar to Unknown Mortal Orchestra, The Phoenix Foundation have established a reputation for bringing together different sounds to create their own engrossing version of progressive rock or art-rock. Two months ago, they released an amusing single, “Big Mac (Run Rate)” and a year ago an EP, Tom’s Lunch. They’ve […]

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