Moon safari started as a figment of our imagination in the late twentieth century. Realised in 2003, we are now casting our first progressive pie of epic proportions,
Atlas&i are a six-piece band from the Norwich area, United Kingdom. Atlas&i includes members of two well known local bands, Deaf Havana and also Forever Falling.
It’s better with two Jean-François and Denis have been playing together since the year 1987. They formed many bands that had short lives. These groups were composed of different members and with different « sounds » (classic rock, grunge, etc.). These formations have permitted them to gain a lot of stage experience.
Brotherly reunion When in 1995 they lost their drummer, Denis proposed to invite Yves who had been playing for the last five or six years. Together they realized that playing covers of other artist work wasn’t satisfying them, it had become necessary to create their own music.
Aviva is an electronic music producer, dj and vocalist. After playing 5 string bass in bands for many years, her passion evolved into electronic music. She began creating her own soundscapes, beats and grooves and mixing her poetic and powerful spiritual lyrics on top. Her enchanting vocals, weave influences from Celtic, jazz, and eastern influences. Gradually her solo project is gaining more and more interest.. She is a resident artist at the Inspiral Lounge in Camden and has played at festivals including Sunrise, The Glade, Spaceport, The Big Green Gathering among others.
There are more than one artist with the name Mangrove: 1) Mangrove is a progressive rockband from The Netherlands.
Roland van der Horst (guitars, vocals) and Joost Hagemeijer (drums, vocals) start in 1995 with the project
Overhead the name of four popular bands. One is a French alternative/indie band and the other is a progressive rock band from Finland. There was also a third band called Overhead from Portugal. The fourth one is a band from New Zealand that plays rock and roll. The following information refers to the Finnish band. Alex Keskitalo: vocals and flute
Jaakko Kettunen: guitars
Tarmo Simonen: piano and keyboards
Janne Pylkkönen: bass
Ville Sjöblom: drums
MARSUPILAMI were an English proto-prog outfit who relocated to the Netherlands. The complexity of their music is quite unusual for the times – we’re talking 1970 here, when the big guns such as YES, GENESIS and CRIMSON were barely coming out of the woodwork. A mixture of blues, experimental jazz and hints of folk, their music is often dark and foreboding, favouring perilously complex structures. Try to imagine a mixture of KING CRIMSON, JETHRO TULL, the STRAWBS and EAST OF EDEN.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Without a doubt, one of Almighty’s biggest acts, with a string of club smashes to their credit, is Deja Vu Featuring Tasmin. The band who’ve been together for less than two years have already scored four Pop-Tip top 20 hits and have recently, rather fantastically, enjoyed their first American single in the US Billboard Top 75! DJs and clubbers first heard Tasmin’s strong yet emotive vocal with the release of their first single...