Sunday, 29 November 2015

Streaming on Floating Islands

I am starting streaming on my land on Floating Islands again.

Today I will play excerpts of:
- King Crimson: Live at the Orpheum (2014)
- Comedy of Errors: Spirit (2015)

On Floating Islands:
Sunday 2:00-3:30 pm SLT
Sunday 11-0:30 pm CET

My streaming URL

Saturday, 28 November 2015

Burnt Belief - Etymology (2014)

Burnt Belief is a project of guitarist Jon Durant and bassist Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree). Their release 'Etymology' is an instrumental album with some electronic/jazz/fusion vibes.
After the album I will play more from Marillion, The Samurai of Prog and Pod Cerny Vrch.

At Starport Omega:
Saturday 6:00-7:30 pm SLT.
Sunday 2:00-3:30 am UTC
My streaming URL

Saturday, 21 November 2015

Comedy of Errors - Spirit (2015)

The Scottish band Comedy of Errors have now released their third album. After the highly acclaimed previous album 'Fanfare & Fantasy' can there still be an improvement? It seems to be possible! The current release is a concept album, which has a more classical and symphonic approach than their previous releases.
After the album I will play more from Marillion, Echolyn and Burnt Belief.

At Starport Omega:
Saturday 6:00-7:30pm SLT.
Sunday 2:00-3:30am UTC
My streaming URL

Saturday, 14 November 2015

King Crimson - Live at the Orpheum 2014

Today I am presenting you a 45-minutes live recording of the current King Crimson incarnation. Because of the short duration it can only serve as a teaser, and I hope that they will soon release a full concert recording. I was at the show in Edinburgh and it was terrific, one of the best live experiences I had.
After that I will play more from Saga, Yes, Genesis, Guapo, Anekdoten, Anathema and Centric Jones.

At Starport Omega:
Saturday 6:00-7:30pm SLT.
Sunday 2:00-3:30am UTC
My streaming URL

Monday, 9 November 2015

Streaming again soon!

First my apologies for my long absence. After I returned from holidays in Scotland my laptop's harddrive broke down. Buying a replacement PC was not an option, because I am currently residing in Japan, where no one speaks English and everything is in Japanese only, including operating systems and keyboards. So after involving friends in Germany, who were sending me Software, friends in Japan, who helped me buying a new harddrive at the Japanese amazon, much struggling with Kaspersky's anti-virus program, which really has a 'country code' (which means you can only activate the program in the country where you bought it, unless you buy the country-code-free version on their website!), I could finally set up my laptop again, yay! It only needs a few more programs to install and some recovery of settings and then I will be streaming again. Check out for notices!