Monday, April 26, 2010

Turn On the (Internet) Radio

Last Sunday's show, April 25th 20010, is now available for download. We had a great interview with Jason Pomar and Edgel Groves, Jr. of Sun Domingo. This US band opened for two of the three nights of the Montreal Marillion Weekend 2009. Now they are releasing a live CD of their best performances from those two nights through Racket Records, Marillion's own label. You can view video of their performermance here. We also played new songs by Tunisian prog-metal band Myrath and by US eclectic prog band Mars Hollow, among others.
You can download the podcast here (Link no longer available)!


1. Burning Both Ends, by
Sun Domingo (Live in Montreal, 2010) - NEW
2. Mad Maze, by Sun Domingo (Live in Montreal, 2010) - NEW
3. Immigrant Song, by Sun Domingo (Live in Montreal, 2010) - NEW
4. The Race Has Already Begun, by Sun Domingo (Live in Montreal, 2010) - NEW
5. Mercy, by Sun Domingo (Unreleased New Song, 2010) - NEW
6. The Sweetest and the Saddest, by Sun Domingo (Live in Montreal, 2010) -
7. Something Face, by Sun Domingo (Live in Montreal, 2010) - NEW
8. Forever and a Day, by
Myrath (Desert Call, 2010) - NEW
9. Silent Cries, by Myrath (Desert Call, 2010) - NEW
10. Path of a Dying Room, by
Pinkroom (Psychosolstice, 2009)
11. Dawn of Creation, by
Mars Hollow (Mars Hollow, 2010) - NEW
12. The Fifth Queen of Everything - Live, by
Quidam (Strong Together, 2010)
13. Starless - Live, by
After Crying (Struggle for Life, 2000)
14. The Thing That Never Was, by
O.S.I. (O.S.I., 2003)

As always, if you love the music encourage the artists by purchasig their CDs, thus enabling them to produce more of what we all like!!


Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Welcome Back My Friends

The podcast of our last radio show, from Sunday the 18th of April, is now available for download here (Link no longer available). The playlist is as followed:


1. Thank You for the Evil, by
Phideaux (Doomsday Afternoon, 2007)
2. Comfortably Numb (Live), by
Roger Waters (In the Flesh Live, 2000)
3. Lucky Man (Live), by
Emerson, Lake & Palmer (King Biscuit Flower Hour 1974/77, 1997)
4. Not as Good as the Book,
The Tangent (Not as Good as the Book, 2008)
5. Cloak of Antiquity, by
K2 (Book of the Dead, 2005)
6. Children of Another God, by
Nick Magnus (Children of Another God, 2010) – NEW
7. Stranger in Your Soul, by
Transatlantic (Bridge Across Forever, 2001)
8. Metro, by
Tony Levin (Stickman, 2007)
9. Break My Wings, by
Crystal Palace (Reset, 2010) – NEW
10. The Haunting, by
WolfSpring (Wolfspring, 2010) – TO BE RELEASED
11. Afterglow (Live), by
Agents of Mercy/Karmakanic (The Power of Two, 2010)
12. Inferno, by Thomas Glunkler (Goldstadt, 2010) - NEW13. Yasgur's Farm, by
Moon Safari (Blomljud, 2008)
14. Continental Motion, by
Odyssice (Silence, 2010)15. Bridge Across Forever, by Transatlantic (Bridge Across Forever, 2001)

As always, if you love the music, encourage the artists and follow the links to there websites to purchase the music.


Sunday, April 4, 2010

So Here We Are Once More

As some of you may have noticed, I had to delete last Wednesday's post. The reason being Unitopia's latest CD is not on sale yet, and we cannot post their music online yet. So after some editing, including our review of the CD since we talk about the songs being played, I give you a pared down version of last Sunday's show (28 March 2010). As soon as we are able to post the whole show, you'll be the first to know. The link is here (Links no longer available).


1. 13th August, by From.UZ (Overlook, 2008)
2. Where Are They Now?, by The Tangent (Down and Out in Paris and London, 2009)
3. Ouroboros, by Astra (The Weirding, 2009)
4. Purple King, by Karcius (Episodes, 2008)
5. Deep Chasm Parts 1-4, by Sky Architect (Excavation of the Mind, 2010)
6. Milliontown, by Frost* (Milliontown, 2006)
7. One Day We find - Live, by Quidam (Strong Together, 2010)
8. Howard's End, by Abraxas (Blue Room, 2010)
9. Easter - Live, by Marillion (HotR-Le Transbordeur, 2009)

As always, if you love the music, visit the bands' websites and encourage them by purchasing the CDs.