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The Rockologist: For Your Consideration – The Jayhawks; Gavin Harrison; Steve Rothery; Lonely Robot

Glen Boyd-The Rockologist feature

The Rockologist is back from the dead, with a fresh batch of new music for your consideration. Read More »

I Shall Be Released: New Recordings and Tours from Modest Mouse, Shania Twain, Mumford & Sons, Joan Armatrading, My Morning Jacket, Josh Groban and More

Modest Mouse

Plus Tori Amos, John Patitucci, Wale, Zac Brown Band, Johnny Winter, Tony Bennett & Bill Evans, and More Read More »

Interview: Steven Wilson – Prog-Rock’s Reluctant 21st Century Man


The Grammy nominated "patriarch of prog" on his brilliant new album, those rumors of a Porcupine Tree reunion, and how to disappear in the modern technological age. Read More »

Music Review: Steven Wilson – The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories)

Steven Wilson's third - and best - solo album, is also his most ambitious to date. Read More »

Music Review: Colin Edwin & Jon Durant – Burnt Belief

Porcupine Tree bassist Colin Edwin & Jon Durant's stab at the apocalypse is post-New Age, electronica mood music - more Enigma than Metallica. Read More »

Music Review: Porcupine Tree – Octane Twisted

Porcupine Tree unleash a live album that is worth the price of admission. Read More »

Music Review: Porcupine Tree – Octane Twisted (2CD/1DVD)

If the performance on Octane Twisted is any indication, we haven't heard the last of Porcupine Tree. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – The Prog Collective and The Fusion Syndicate

The Prog Collective and The Fusion Syndicate are sister releases showcasing prog rock and jazz/rock all-stars. Read More »

Music Review: Steven Wilson – Grace For Drowning

An occasionally challenging, but ultimately rewarding listen from Porcupine Tree's renaissance man. Read More »

Music/DVD Reviews: Robert Plant’s Blue Note, Bai Bang, Outloud, Karma to Burn, Pagan’s Mind & Status Quo

Blues history, three-chord pop and some damn good hard rock fun make up this week’s collection. Read More »