NOW : Writing 2nd Album
A stunning collaboration between top jazz singer Sue McCreeth, jazz/rock/funk guitarist Ian Salmon and producer/keys player Mike Varty. Jazz harmonies fused with solid gold bass and drum loops, ambient keyboards and sensuous vocals >>
NOW : Released Debut
In another Mike Varty collaboration with Sam Collins, the renewed interest from the new ‘Twilight generation’ has led to the ‘proper’ release of Noscaferatu’s particular blend of music for vampires on caffeine>>
NOW : Remastered Debut
The Mighty Rooster
Like a great leviathon emerging from the deep, The Mighty Rooster may be re-emerging after a number of years! The last studio album - Red Room - remains a classic of the very best in original folk rock >>
NOW : Rumoura Afoot…
Janison Edge made a huge impact back in 1999 with their debut album, ‘The Services
of Mary Goode’, and then disappeared from trace!
(Or rather for most of them into several other familiar bands).
But cages are rattling again and tunes appear to be emerging >>
Mick Pointer’s Marillion
Script for a Jester’s Tour
NOW : Regularly entertaining!
NOW : Writing 5th CD
“Progressive Rock’s best kept secret”, Credo are hoping to follow up the incredible response to their 2nd and 3rd albums - Rhetoric and Against Reason - with another studio album due for release Spring 2013>>
“The 2nd best album I’ve heard in 30 years”, so says the boss at Gargoyle! London-based progressive rock favourites Landmarq have just celebrated their 20th anniversary and their 8th CD ‘Entertaining Angels’ and live CD ‘Roadskill’ is out now>>
NOW : Released 8th Album
NOW : Recently re-emerged
... For a re-release of their classic material in box set ‘Cautionary Tales’ and some special gigs, captured on the DVD ‘Edge of Night’, Shadowland remains a firm neo-progressive rock favourite originally formed in the 90s, by Clive Nolan (Arena, Pendragon, Caamora) >>
Mick Pointer - founder member of Marillion - brings together some leading lights of today’s progressive rock world (Nick Barrett, Ian Salmon, Mike Varty and Brian Cummins) to recreate the classic ‘Script for a Jester’s Tear’ period. It’s nostalgic, fabulously performed and great fun>>
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