http://promotions.prog-sphere.com (comming soon).
ProgSphere’s review special of Supertramp’s “Brother Where You Bound”, released in 1985.
ProgSphere’s review special on Miles Davis’ “In a Silent Way” album, released in 1969.
ProgSphere’s review special of the Tangerine Dreams early works, including albums “Electronic Meditation” (1970), Alpha Centauri (1971), Atem (1973) and Phaedra (1974).
The Øresund Space Collective has had a very busy year so far. The West, Space and Love vinyl record (SRP005) was released in 200 copies (110 hand painted) in April. This was a more laid back acoustic project with two of the members of Siena Root recorded in a weekend in 2009. It will be repressed in 300 copies this summer with one of the best painted covers.
Swedish space rock elite Darxtar is about to release their seventh full-length on May 14th via Transubstans Records. The album called Aged to Perfection (review here) picks up where previous We Came Too Late left off focusing on great tunes while keeping the band’s initial space rock fundament. Darxtar always strives for full artistic freedom and have once again written, recorded, mixed and produced the album all by themselves.
The video below is the second video single taken from Aged for Perfection after previously released Tired Nature. As Tired Nature, Aged for Perfection was also directed by the band’s keyboardist Per Hillblom. Commenting on the new video, singer/guitarist K. Soren Bengtsson states:
Greetings fellow music addicts!
We are proud to present to you, exclusively this day together with Prog Sphere, the brand new video to the opening track Aged to Perfection, from our new album with the very same title. The song is about our hope, that we all, one day, may wake up and take responsibility for our actions on this planet. To make her spin around for many more generations to come.
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For more info visit the band’s official website on: www.darxtar.com