Tuesday, August 26, 2008

ProgCast - Episode 12

This is the first in a series of episodes recorded throughout August that have yet to be released. Our return to podcasting was plagued with technical nightmares. I'm sorry about any sound quality issues that may exist in the remaining episodes, but it's the best we can do with what we have. Hopefully when we return to podcasting again we will find a way to earn some money from our website that will help us improve our equipment and result in better sound.

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Sorry about the delay, we're back!

Theo Travis and Robert Fripp have joined forces and released an album entitled "Thread"

Release date for Genesis 1970-1975 box set

Return to Forever wins an award and tour review.

New Rush DVD info.

Dream Theater to appear in Rock Band video game.

New Bass Communion album "Molotov and Haze".

Review of Zappa's Roxy and Elsewhere.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Gabriel-esque Delays

I must apologies for the long silence. Mr. Coop and I have gone to New York and back and had an amazing time seeing King Crimson live. Partially due to this and partially due to other silly reasons I have not been able to mix and publish the ProgCast for the past few weeks.

Fear not though, we have at least another 2-4 episodes in the can and ready to go. They will be released over the next few weeks. We have a great exploration into the early works of Magma as Coop digs into some Kobaian mythology. We also have a really great episode where we did not plan a thing prior to starting the recording. It was a great hour long talk about various Prog related subjects. Finally, our season finale is our review of the King Crimson concert recorded on the bus ride back from New York.

Keep your iTunes locked on our ProgCast feed because you never know when we might start releasing new episodes again. I'm trying to find a way to keep this blog active throughout the winter months. If you have any ideas of ways I can keep this going while Mr. Coop is away at school don't hesitate to send me an email.

Expect the next episode of the ProgCast in the early part of this upcoming week.

And as always,