Month: May 2019

A King Crimson Journey

[Last Update: 29/5/2019] Not too many moons ago, I had not heard a single LP by King Crimson.  It’s true.  I’m technically a child of the 70s (b. 1979) but I’d somehow not been introduced to the pioneers of progressive rock. There’s something about their reputation and the cover art of their debut album that […]

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2018 Retrospective

It’s almost June in 2019, so this is a little late, but if you’ll forgive me a moment – I’d like to indulge in a “better late than never” review of some of my favourite finds from last year in 2018. It should really come as no surprise to anyone at this stage that we’re […]

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