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Warm Winter
Review by Gary Hill
There is a school of modern art rock or progressive rock that focuses on moody, mellow music.

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Interviews
Memories of Machines
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Tim Bowness of Memories of Machines from 2011


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Nosound
Review by Mark Johnson

Interview with Giancarlo Erra of Nosound from 2010


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Nosound - A Sense of Loss
Review by Gary Hill
The latest disc from Nosound, this will again be well received by fans of Porcupine Tree and modern Marillion.
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Nosound - Lightdark
Review by Gary Hill
Fans of Porcupine Tree and Pink Floyd should find plenty to like here. This album has a lot in common with those two bands.
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No-Man - Mixtaped DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I have to say that I’ve liked the CD’s released by No-Man, but they just don’t do justice to this outfit.
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No-Man - Schoolyard Ghosts
Review by Gary Hill
Porcupine Tree’s Steve Wilson is half of this outfit. In many ways the music is similar to the output of that group.
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Downes Braide Association - Skyscraper Souls
Review by Gary Hill

I have to admit that I was initially drawn to this act because of Geoff Downes. As a fan of Yes and The Buggles, I follow his work.


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No-Man - Wild Opera
Review by Gary Hill
No-Man are re-releasing their Wild Opera album. It’s available now is a double disc set.

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