If All Goes Wrong… Call The Aaron Clift Experiment

When one thinks of Texas the thoughts that come to mind are; Longhorns, Ten Gallon hats, southwestern food, people all called Bubba and good ol’ hospitality and not really Progressive music. The stereotypes are abundant about one of the biggest states in continental USA but those stereotypes are shattered by a band from Austin, Texas……

Let the Madness Begin!!!

Ahhhhh The U.K., a place where I could easily call home as well and one day be able to tour there. Why?!?! Because the U.K. has given the world, YES the world so many amazing bands over the decades, centuries for that even and continues to this day to continuously pour out the high levels…

CFRU Bound Next Week!

For those of you who have two hours of free time this coming Monday June 5th…… 3-5pm EST check this out! I’m playing and doing my first on air interview with a great DJ, Nicholas Cooper at the University of Guelph!

DEUTSCH ROCK and The Birth of Experimental Sound

So, Die Deutsch Rock Szene, we’ve covered it before, discussed it, referenced it and even become a part of it but what is it and how did it affect the whole Prog Rock movement or at least a good part of it? Personally I love, LOVE it because it’s so avant-garde and beyond left field…

Progcore Radio – Canadian Based, Globally Heard Awesomeness!!

Ahhh MontrĂ©al, the province next door to mine and home of amazing food (the bagels!), jazz festivals, Olympic Stadium, car racing and Progcore Radio!!! Based in the heart of the Quebec province lies a wonderful city with an amazing night life and tourism that rivals many other cities around the world for its beauty, grand…

The Sentinel’s Marvelous Kaleidoscope

Ladies and Gentlemen, for your listening pleasure we bring to you a wonderful radio show that comes to us from the University of Guelph here in Ontario where we try to get Prog out as much as possible but in North America it can be a little more difficult to do so but with much…

Here Here to Bandcamp!

So I know a lot of my readers around the world are musicians and Bandcamp has put this little bit up that I thought was quite generous and honourable of them to do. As a Canadian this does and does not affect me. It’s directly indirect. I generally as a rule of thumb DO NOT…