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Karnataka (uk) / Karnataka - Links & Info
« on: December 24, 2015, 02:50:54 PM »
Karnataka is a progressive rock band from the UK, which has been active since the late 1990s - present.

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Karnataka Website:

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Karnataka on Instagram:

Karnataka on YouTube:

Karnataka on Prog Archives:

Karnataka on ProgGnosis:

Solstice (UK) / Solstice - Links & Info
« on: December 24, 2015, 02:41:30 PM »
Solstice is a progressive rock band from the UK, which has been active from 1980 - present.

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Solstice on Prog Archives:

Solstice on ProgGnosis:

Tangerine Dream (Germany) / Re: Tangerine Dream - Quantum Key (2015)
« on: December 24, 2015, 02:09:41 PM »
Quantum Key has been released late November. Check it out on YouTube.


01. Genesis Of Precious Thoughts -

02. Electron Bonfire -

03. Drowning In Universes -

04. Mirage Of Reality -

Tangaudimax - The Tangerine Dream Sound Museum is a project by Bianca Froese-Acquaye in loving memory of her husband Edgar Froese who sadly “changed his cosmic address” (as he would name it himself) on 20 January 2015 in Vienna.

The sound museum will be set up in memory of the unique achievements of Edgar Froese’s electronic band Tangerine Dream within the musical world, especially in Europe and North America – the band made musical history.

More information and details will follow together with the simultaneous development of this project. Please stay tuned:

Kayak (NL) / Re: Kayak - Biography
« on: November 29, 2015, 07:10:57 AM »
2014 - 2015 Cleopatra- The Crown of Isis

After a period of over two years preparing and recording the new rock opera is finally released. The double album (the band's third within ten years time!) is financed partly by a crowdfunding campaign. Kayak allows fans to participate and invest in the new production, and in return band members are involved in special actions, like a unique semi-acoustic concert for an audience of 50, the possibility to get one's name in the liner notes of the album booklet, or getting the album delivered at home by Ton and Irene. The CD features several guest vocalists: Martin van der Starre, Alexander van Breemen, Marjolein Teepen (who had been part of the Nostradamus-cast in 2005) and Greek singer Tatiana Manolidou.
To everyone's suprise singers Cindy Oudshoorn and Edward Reekers announce that they will leave Kayak after the last gig in 2014. The news comes only a few weeks before the release and upcoming club tour. Though their decision will obviously have quite an impact on the band's future, Ton Scherpenzeel makes it clear that it does not mean Kayak will call it a day as well, but mentions no concrete plans to present a new line up any time soon.
In regards to developing 'Cleopatra- The Crown of Isis' as a spectacle to theaters or special events in the new year it will not make a big difference: for Cindy and Edward's respective roles as Cleopatra and The Sicilian replacements will be found.
In March 2015 Kayak (Ton Scherpenzeel, Rob Vunderink, Joost Vergoossen, Jan van Olffen and Sjoerd Rutten, replacing Hans Eijkenaar) & Guests (with Marjolein Teepen and Rolf Koster replacing Cindy and Edward) perform the rock opera at a special outside event on the Dutch island of Texel for a crowd of 1500 people that endure the cold and windy weather to watch and listen to this unique show. The band and guests are joined by a regional choir and two dancers, and the story itself is enhanced by video images that were especially made for the show.

Aries (I) / Aries - Links & Info
« on: November 29, 2015, 06:46:18 AM »
Aries is a Progressive Rock duo from Italy, one of the musical projects involving Fabio Zuffanti, known from his work with Finisterre.

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Aries on Prog Archives:

Finisterre (Italy) / Finisterre - Links & Info
« on: November 29, 2015, 06:40:47 AM »
Finisterre is an italian group born in 1993. Their music is a crossover of different styles like Rock, Prog, Electronic, Classical, Jazz, Folk, Ambient, Contemporary and Minimalism.

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Novalis (D) / Novalis - Links & Info
« on: November 27, 2015, 06:42:46 AM »
Novalis was a 1970´s Krautrock group formed in Germany. Their best-known albums include Sommerabend and Wer Schmetterlinge lachen hört.

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Novalis on German Rock:

Novalis on Krautrock Musikzirkus:,Novalis_204,N.html

Novalis on Wikipedia:

Novalis on German Wikipedia:

Novalis on Alex Gitlin´s Website:

Novalis on Last FM:

Novalis on .....

Huis (Canada) / Huis - Links & Info
« on: November 27, 2015, 06:31:40 AM »
Huis  is a five member musical project officially formed by Pascal Lapierre and Michel Joncas at the end of 2009 and which originates from Canada.

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Luna Rossa (UK) / Luna Rossa in Concert 2015
« on: November 26, 2015, 06:13:37 PM »
Luna Rossa will be playing live in the UK this December, with 3 shows full of beautiful music.

Each show will feature Anne-Marie & Jonathan playing songs from both their debut album and the critically-acclaimed new release Secrets & Lies.

The duo will be joined by Sarah Dean on shimmering Celtic Harp and Andrew ‘Wal’ Coughlan on double bass.
There will also be the prémiere of some brand new material, along with some festive surprises!

Chek out Luna Rossa´s website for more:

Luna Rossa (UK) / Luna Rossa - Links & Info
« on: November 26, 2015, 06:09:17 PM »
Luna Rossa is an acoustic project from Panic Room members Anne-Marie Helder and Jonathan Edwards.

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Leap Day (NL) / Leap Day - Links & Info
« on: November 26, 2015, 06:02:30 PM »
Leap Day is a Dutch Neo Prog Band, formed around Flamborough Head drummer Koen Roozen.
The band is influenced by the old sympho bands like Camel & Genesis and modern prog bands like IQ & Arena.

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In 2010 Klaus Schulze announced, that he would quit giving live concerts. Recently the news arrived, that there would be one final KS concert in 2016, on June 9th, in Szczecin (Poland), the seaport city at the Baltic Sea at the water mouth of the Oder river, 150 kilometers north-east of Berlin.

The concert will take place in the "Filharmonia w Szczecinie". For further information visit KS website:

KS live in Tokyo 2010

Listening Profiles / Re: Obi´s playlist
« on: November 26, 2015, 05:41:23 PM »
Listening to Klaus Schulze & Lisa Gerrard: Big in Europe Vol. 1.

I just love the Big in Europe series. Klaus at his best and Lisa with her mysteric vocal chants.

Listening Profiles / Re: Obi´s playlist
« on: November 25, 2015, 06:16:15 PM »
Listening to Fish - A Feast of Consequences, with the beautiful opening track Perfume River, 11 minutes of some of the best Fish.

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