Gordon Midgley - The Fall of the House of Usher
1 Painful Memories
2 Last Rays
3 Doctor's Warning
4 Roderick Usher
6 Haunted Palace
9 Escapist Tales
10 The Fall
The following press release has been kindly provided by Gordon Midgley
Gordon Midgley's The Fall of the House of Usher has been released September 22nd.
This Strange Show
Fridays 20:00 EDT at progcoreradio.com
New Prog show starting Friday September 8th at 20:00 EDT:
Chat and music with Prog bands.
Each show will be dedicated to a band or a musician.
Here is the schedule so far. I hope you like the show!
Sept. 8th 20:00 EDT Looking-Glass Lantern
Ghostly Beard - Infinite
1. Close Your Eyes 5:59
2. Frozen in Time 4:08
3. No Return 5:17
4. Limitless* 5:14
5. Winter Dance 3:44
All songs, music and lyrics ©2017 Patrick Talbot
All instruments and vocals by Patrick Talbot
Recorded and mixed by Patrick Talbot at GB Studio, Montreal, Canada * Except Limitless, recorded at GB Studio, Montreal, Canada,
Mixed by Andrew Gosden at Coldroom Studio, Brisbane, Australia
Mastered by Adrian Jenkinson at Hairy Monster Studio, Hull, UK
Cover photography courtesy of Jacob W. Frank Cover
Design by Stephanie Delisle, Plutôt Design
Gandalf's Fist - ShadowbornShadowborn (from "The Clockwork Fable")
UK Medieval Space rock Pioneers, Gandalf’s Fist have shared with us ("The Travellers") their brilliant video 'Shadowborn'.
'Shadowborn' has been nominated in the "Video of the year" category of the Prog Awards 2017!
If you like the video, you can vote for it here:
David Foster - 'Dreamless'
3.New York Rain
7.You Have No New Messages
Released April 25, 2016
David Foster, Al Unsworth, Dinet Poortman, Anne-Marie Helder, Steven Rothery, Yatim Halimi, Leon Parr, Stuart Browne, Riccardo Romano, Jonathan Edwards, Charlotte Evans, Matt Cohen, Sara Vernengo, Andrew ‘Wal’ Coughlan
Artwork by Antonio Seijas
About a year ago UK guitarist David Foster released his second solo album 'Dreamless' featuring Yatim Halimi, Dinet Poortman, Steve Rothery, Lean Parr, Matt Cohen, Charlotte Evans , Anne-Marie Helder, Stuart Browne, Riccardo Romano, Jonathan Edwards, Sara Vernengo, and Andrew 'Wal' Coughlan. Great band, amazing music! You can check it out and buy it at https://thedave.bandcamp.com/album/dreamless
Robert Ramsay - 'Confound And Disturb'
2.Open Up A Hole
3.Wizard Ramsay And Wizard Wilfred
5.Tramps In Their Purest Form
8.The Real Rap
9.The Black Box Society
12.Hawaii Fried Chicken
14.If I Ruled The World
Releases June 23, 2017
Omni - 'Spiral Arms' (single)
Released April 16, 2017
Chris Cullman - Warr guitar, synths
Patrick Allen - Guitars
Will Andrews - Drums
Recorded at Studio Litho, Seattle WA
Engineered and mixed by Don Gunn
Mastered by Ed Brooks at Resonant Mastering, Seattle WA
Press Release courtesy of Omni:
“ Spiral Arms” is the first new recording from OMNI in nearly a decade. This will be included on an upcoming instrumental EP to be released late 2017 and will pique the curiosity of people who love sounds from 80’s King Crimson, Boards of Canada, Rush and melodic progressive music in general.
Kaprekar's Constant - 'Fate Outsmarts Desire'
1. Hors d'Oeuvre
3. Pearl Of The Lake
5. Four-Faced Liar
Press Release courtesy of Kaprekar's Constant
"Uranium Club Records are very proud to present the debut album FATE
OUTSMARTS DESIRE by remarkable new Kent-based progressive rock
band Kaprekar's Constant.
The core of the band are songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Al Nicholson
and Nick Jefferson, who have written together for many years but formed this
project 18 months ago.
However, playing a major part on the album are legendary Van Der Graaf
Generator sax and flute maestro David Jackson, here united with his
daughter Dorie Jackson (Francis Dunnery) who shares vocal duties with
Crowns frontman Bill Jefferson.
Drums come from former Level 42 man Phil Gould. Playing piano and
keyboards and producing and mixing the album is TV and film composer
Musically, the band's melodic sensibilities, epic arrangements and love of
historical subject matter place them squarely in the same area of Prog as Big
Big Train and Genesis, indeed fans of the former band should find much to
love here, while David Jackson's inspirational sax and the mix of male and
female vocals offer mean that there are enough differences to set this
remarkable band apart."