Honouring the day of Neil Peart's birth, Erik Neuteboom wrote the story that tells how the music of Rush found its way into his heart and how it played a role in the development of his taste for progressive rock, with the band's performance at Pinkpop taking a central place.
More Prog Rock Woo Woo! David Taylor found strange similarities between some famous prog rock double albums...
We've converted the Counting Out Time articles, published in 1999 (plus the Milestones articles that followed in 2002) into the new layout, and made them available again under Album Reviews.
More Prog Andaluz by Erik Neuteboom! Here is part 2 of Erik's 2022 sequel to his original 2009 article. This time the spotlight is on Alpesa, Qamar, Anairt, and Sherish.
In the sixth episode, DPRP's Menno von Brucken Fock is going to tell you about two Italian bands you might not have heard of: Quella Vecchia Locanda and Metamorfosi!
Prog Andaluz continues! 2022 additions and updates to Erik's own 2009 article. This time, Erik describes albums by Montoro, Mezquita, Mantra, and Juan Antonio Vergara.
We've converted the second batch of 6 artwork reviews by Mattias Norén published between 1999 and 2000.
Some songs can define a genre. Erik Neuteboom describes how and why Supper's Ready defines symphonic rock.
Re-publishing Erik Neuteboom's article Prog Andaluz from 2009 as an introduction to the sequel. Part 3 of 3, featuring three various albums compilations, Sabicas with Joe Beck, Juan Martin, Bijou, Elbicho, Senogul, Taifa, and Zaguán.
DPRP's Greg Cummins chats with Arjen Lucassen about the latest Star One release, performing live, and a lot of other things!
Re-publishing Erik Neuteboom's article Prog Andaluz from 2009 as an introduction to the sequel. This is part 2 of 3 of the original article, featuring Medina Azahara, Mezquita, Diego de Morón, Smash, Triana, and Vega.
We're re-publishing Erik Neuteboom's article Prog Andaluz from 2009, as an introduction to the sequel he wrote. A dive into the world of Prog Andaluz, where prog rock and flamenco meet! This time featuring Alameda, Azahar, Cai, Granada, Guadalquivir, Iceberg, and Iman.
In the fifth episode, DPRP's Menno von Brucken Fock is going to tell you about four albums by three French bands you might have never heard of: Shylock, Artcane, and Alpha Ralpha.
The second of five special features on progressive rock DVDs featuring Il Baletto di Bronzo, Camel, KBB, Varga, and a various artists compilation of the Krautrock Meeting.
We've started converting the artwork reviews by Mattias Norén, which were published in 1999 and 2000. Here are the first six issues.
Many things seem to happen by chance. Sometimes, different things seem to happen around the same time. Sometimes there seems to be a meaningful relation. That's called synchronicity. Often that relation is purely coincidental, but it's still fun to dive in and take a closer look. Connor Shelton created a career trajectory comparison between Yes and Kansas.
The first of five special features on progressive rock DVDs featuring After Crying, Ange, Apocalypse, Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso, and the Berg Herzberg Festival.
In this fourth episode, DPRP's Menno von Brucken Fock is going to tell you about The Load from the USA and Azahar from Spain - two bands with two released albums each.