Transport Aerian releases 3rd teaser for upcoming new single “Big Heart”

Belgian progressive rock project Transport Aerian to release new single, titled Big Heart, which will feature critically acclaimed guests from all across Europe and the US, including Chris Allan, Peter Matuchniak and Marco Ragni. 

Big Heart explores the poetic reflection on concluded decade, love, progress, and simply the price of staying human. According to Hamlet, projects main composer and songwriter, such themes should not be exploited commercially, therefore, the song will be released as a charity effort and profits donated to Direct Relief.  

Direct Relief is a humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more than 80 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies – without regard to politics, religion, or ability to pay. Learn More

Besides releasing a new single, Transport Aerian has also assembled a new live band. The live line up features contemporary composer and pianist Umut Eldem, Gent’s young and gifted drummer Paul De Smet, and Transport Aerian’s long term partner, experimental guitar player Stefan Boeykens. 

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Evership Featured Video The Serious Room

The Serious Room Lyrics

A cloudy night
At the Fulsom Mansion
In the suburbs
He walks alone
Up familiar stairs
To touch the wall

The hidden door
Reveals a cherry chamber
Light the lamp stand
And draw the drapes
To hide the view
From all the common man

His fingers trace
The row of his
Prize collection
And like a magic trick
A pipe appears on his lips

He murmurs numbers
As the combination 
Cracks the book-safe
He draws the envelope
A hint of smile on his face

He thinks aloud
In The Serious Room
No jokes allowed
In The Serious Room
You pace around
In The Serious Room

He’s found a way
To mix oil and water
To fix the market
A sideways glance at
The picture of a girl
He once knew

They all appear
The boys from thirty-two
Back in the heyday
When things were hard
But he knew exactly 
What to do

They pace around
In The Serious Room
Things going down
In The Serious Room
No jokes allowed
In The Serious Room

There’s a mural on the wall
Old Lord Williamson with Derby’s Pride
How the footman came to call

As he makes himself a drink
He will tell the man to buy and sell
He won’t even have to think

Oh, Oh
The mighty stand in The Serious Room

“Well, things have changed”
He hears Winston say
From behind him
But no one’s there
Just the Theater of the Mind

Headlights outside
A dash to close the safe
And fan out the window
Put on your coat and apron
The master must be home

Don’t get found out
In The Serious Room
He’ll kick you out
Of The Serious Room
You have no clout
In The Serious Room

He thinks aloud
In The Serious Room
No jokes allowed
In The Serious Room
You pace around
In The Serious Room

From the album Evership II

Genre Progressive Rock
Band Members
Beau West Vocals & Shane Atkinson Keyboards
Live band John Rose Guitar, Joel Grumblatt Drums, Ben Young Bass

Nashville-based Rock band delivers powerful but approachable Art Rock. Musically sublime; lyrically poetic. Take the Journey!

What happens when Pink Floyd performs Interstellar Overdrive with Frank Zappa

Information via the HDPinkFloyd YouTube channel
Actuel Festival, Mont de lnclus, Amougies, Belgium. 25 October 1969. Frank Zappa’s jam with Pink Floyd “That was after the Mothers [of Invention] had broken up, and y‘know, I had time on my hands,” Zappa said several years later. “These people contacted me. They offered me $10,000 to be an emcee at a festival, all expenses paid, and go over there, and, y‘know, whatever I wanted to do, and I said, ‘Fine.’ So, I get there, and they neglected to tell me that nobody spoke English.” They did, however, speak the international language of music (sorry, that was corny)—so Zappa made a point of jamming with several acts on the bill, including Aynsley Dunbar and Pink Floyd. Oddly enough, even though the video shows Zappa on stage with Roger Waters, David Gilmour and the rest of Pink Floyd, Zappa had no recollection of the jam session. It must’ve been one hell of a music fest.

Featured Video Loss to Lost by United Progressive Fraternity (UPF)

Our latest featured video is a ‘Lost to Lost’ taken from the album by United Progressive Fraternity (UPF) entitled: Planetary Overload Part 1:

Loss Music & Melodies by Guillermo Cides, Jesús Gancedo García, Mark Trueack, and Steve Unruh Lyrics by Mark Trueack, Raf Azaria, Steve Unruh, Grace Bawden – Vox Raf Azaria – Piano Guillermo Cides – Stick Jesús Gancedo García – Drumkit Steve Unruh – Electric Guitar, Sitar Guitar, Flute, Percussion  

Mix engineered by Steve Unruh UPF would like to thank the following for their live contributions (in order of appearance): Matthew Atherton Nick Mastro Mark Franco Joe Toscano George Perdikis George Perdikis Published by Perfect Pitch Publishing Available on Giant Electric Pea
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The song ‘Choices’ taken from the UPF album ‘Fall in Love with the World’ (2014) Written by Sean Timms and Mark Trueack With Mark Trueack, Matt Williams, Guy Manning, Marek Arnold, Daniel Mash, David Hopgood, Tim Irrgang

Album artwork by Ed Unitsky:……

UPF is truly grateful for the enthusiastic support from: Silver Donald Cameron – The Green Interview – Mark Woods (Animator) – Afterskool International Expeditions – Trócaire – Andrew Still – Adaptive Seeds – The Greenpeace Media Library – International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) –
Video produced by Ted Ollikkala, Singapore ©2019

Flor de Loto Release 4th Official Video From Their Latest Album – Eclipse

Video Information
Directed by Mark Astorga
Taken from the new album “Eclipse”
Produced and mixed by Roy Z
Mastered by Maor Appelbaum at Maor Appelbaum Mastering – California – USA “ “

Flor de Loto is:
Alonso Herrera: Vocals and guitar
Alejandro Jarrin: Bass
Sergio Checho Cuadros: Quena
Gabriel Iwasaki: Keyboards
Alvaro Escobar: Drums

Eclipse Tracklist:
01. El Cóndor Pasa/Locomotive
02. Tempestad
03. Animal
04. Eclipse
05. Esclavitud de tu ser
06. Támesis
07. Paraíso
08. Almas Perdidas
09. Eterna Proyección
10. Líneas de Nazca
11. Bonus track: El Cóndor pasa/Locomotive (Live at Rosfest 2018)

Album Info
Produced and Mixed by Roy Z (Bruce Dickinson, Helloween,etc) at Mountain View Studios, Los Ángeles CA
Pre-production by Roy Z
Mastered by Maor Appelbaum
Recorded by Roy Z and Eddie Plegue at Dragón Verde Studios, Perú.
Digital Editing by Caverao
Additional Recording by Kenneth Quiroz at Lunch Box Studios, Perú.
Album Cover and Booklet Artwork by Estefania Fernandez “Fania”

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