Let’s get this out of the way: I’m a Steve Hackett fan. I have been one since I first noticed his pioneering work in Genesis.
“Even among my catalog, this next song is particularly miserable.” Thus did Steven Wilson introduce ‘Routine’, providing a brief moment of levity before the band
If anyone in contemporary prog is more ubiquitous than Steven Wilson, it’s Neal Morse (and maybe Mike Portnoy). After leaving Spock’s Beard, Morse has released albums
Welcome to the second installment of the Album Reclamation Project at Proglodytes! Again, we will revisit a maligned Album of the Past and discuss whether
If life were just, John Wesley would be more famous. I’m not talking about the theologian, who is overshadowed by his brother Charles, just because
As a regular reader of music reviews, I sometimes grow concerned that we who write them are sometimes too loose with our praise, too effusive