Featured Video Of The Week // A Space Odyssey (Part One) Monolith by RanestRane

RanestRane were invited as support band to open the show on 21 March 2015. This is SEMI, a suite from the album A SPACE ODYSSEY PART ONE – MONOLITH. The Marillion Weekend is a convention that takes place every two years in Port Zéland (NL). It host thousands of fans of the band, all over the world

You can buy the album directly on http://www.ranestranestore.com
This track hold the special featuring of Steve Hogarth from Marillion. He is the narrator voice.
The performance was filmed by Kees Nijpels.
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Nightschool For Idiots // The Mute Gods // Featured Video Of The Week.

The Mute Gods return with New Official Music Video – ‘Nightschool For Idiots’ is taken from their album, ‘Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me’
Released January 26th 2016 Inside Out Music

The Mute Gods
Nick Beggs // Bass Guitars, Vocals, Chapman Stick & Guitars
Roger King // Keyboards & Production

Marco Minnemann // Drums, Guitars & Sound Modelling

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Kate Bush // And Dream of Sheep // Featured Video Of The Week

This is a special piece of film to accompany the release of the live single ‘And Dream Of Sheep’. The vocal was performed live while filming Kate lying in the huge water tank at Pinewood Studios. This was to create a sense of realism, as the character in the song is lost at sea. However it became more realistic than Kate had imagined. She spent so long in the water during the first day of filming that she contracted mild hypothermia. She recovered after a day off and carried on filming. Everyone agreed it had added to the authenticity of the performance. This film was then projected onto a large oval screen which hung above the stage during the performances of her live show.

 

Astralis // Fantasia de Invierno (con letras) // Featured Video of the Week

Astralis is a Chilean progrock band rooted in 1999. The musical brainchild is guitarist and singer Patricio Vera-Pinto.

The music is scouting the borders between symphonic and neo prog with the emphasis on the latter genre, especially the early Marillion and Pendragon fans will be pleased. The varied, modern sounding keyboard work is wonderful and the guitarplay powerful, often very moving.

The Spanish vocals sound warm, it is a pleasant Latin-American flavor on this beautiful album by the promising Chilean progrock band Astralis.

From the Album Fantasia de Invierno (2013)

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