Joe says, the song always spoke to him with its simple lyrics and dramatic theme. Co-written by Robert Fripp, Bill Bruford, Tony Levin, and Adrian Belew, whose voice, Joe says, “is right in my range and we’ve been playing this live a lot. I also thought I’d inject it with a lot of staccato violins to give it more of an edge and put my own spin on it.”
A studio version will appear on Joe’s upcoming album, “Imposter,” slated for late spring 2024 on Melodic Revolution Records.
“Frame by Frame” appears on the boxset (2 CDs/DVD/Blu-Ray) “Behind the Curtain (Live at ProgStock)” on Melodic Revolution Records/Amplified Distribution. The box set is three years in the making; the collection is made up of Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius’ 2019 and 2021 live performances at the ultimate Northeast progressive rock festival, ProgStock.
“Behind the Curtain (Live at ProgStock)” final song titles Disc 1 (2019) 01-Behind the Curtain-Live at ProgStock 02-Release-Live at ProgStock 03-Impostor!-Live at ProgStock 04-Frame by Frame-Live at ProgStock 05-Climbing-Live at ProgStock 06-The Missing Link-Live at ProgStock 07-Gods-Live at ProgStock 08-Game of Chicken-Live at ProgStock 09-The Prism-Live at ProgStock
Disc 2 (2021) 01-Take Your Medicine-Live at ProgStock 02-Cognitive Dissonance-Live at ProgStock 03-Storm Surge-Live at ProgStock (feat. Rachel Flowers) 04-Spain-Live at ProgStock (feat. Rachel Flowers and Alex Skolnick) 05-Hysteria-Live at ProgStock 06-Heavy Shtettle-Live at ProgStock (feat. Alex Skolnick) 07-One Foot in the Next World Live at ProgStock
Joe is the new violinist with legendary rockers Kansas, now on tour celebrating their 50th anniversary. He has played violin for the Who, Bruce Springsteen, 50Cent, Sheryl Crow, and as the concertmaster for Renaissance. The other Stratospheerius bandmembers have a great heritage, as well: Jason Gianni-drums (The Ultimate Queen Celebration, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Rock of Ages, Neal Morse Band), Michelangelo Quirinale-guitar (Thrilldriver), and Paul Ranieri-bass (Mark Wood, Riot Act).
The individual performances on StageIt are separate shows. Audience members will purchase a ticket to each performance individually, not the whole day as a block.
StageIt is all about experiencing music in the moment, duplicating the live music experience as closely as possible. You have to be there to see it, just like you would in a venue, so shows are only available during the performance window. No replays.
Details for StageIt: Shows will be presented on StageIt. To participate, you must have a StageIt account. If you don’t yet have an account, here’s what to do:
Go to Stageit.com
Click Sign Up (upper right corner)
Create a username and password
Click “Buy Notes” (10 notes = $1) – The StageIt system sells Notes in minimum intervals of $5 (50 Notes).
After choosing how many Notes you want to purchase, choose your payment type – it’ll be credit card or PayPal (with PayPal, you do not need to have an account, you can use a credit/debit card as a guest).
You will also be able to tip the artists before, during and after the shows with your Notes. Tipping is the way to applaud the artists during the show. Consider loading up your account now, so you can have some fun with tipping while supporting your favorite artists.
ProgStock 2023 is October 6-8, 2023
Single Day Passes are now on sale in our Box Office!
Our 5-year Patron passes are available with your choice of the best available seat this year and for future years at ProgStock, plus many other incredibly awesome perks! Contact us now for details before tickets start selling to the general public.
And, remember, Patrons and Prog-Ducers get exclusive access to our special event with Patrick Moraz event on Friday afternoon.
The official t-shirts and wristbands for ProgStock 2023 are now available in the ProgStock Store for pre-order and pickup at the festival in October.
You will also find the t-shirts, posters, programs, glasses, and wristbands from ProgStock 2022 in there, alongside the same from previous years.
We even have a set of the glassware from all six years: the pint glass, stemless wine glass, glass beer mug, both shotglasses from 2020/2021 (because you needed two shots), and the tumbler from 2022 all for only $60 for the whole set.
PLUS ProgStock hats, water bottles, coffee mugs, stickers, car clings, jewelry, key rings and guitar picks that don’t have a year on them at all.
Sister May is an exciting Progressive Industrial band from Belgium, with a strong influence from the 80s and 90s industrial music scene. Their upcoming first full album, set to be released on vinyl by Lay Bare Recordings on September 29, 2023, iS a highly anticipated release for fans of this genre.
The band’s musical style is described as a blend of provocative sounds, alternative rhythms, and mechanical noise, all presented with a modern production touch. This fusion of elements create an Industrial Punk vibe, characterized by edgy and genuine sounds that aim to offer a unique listening experience.
The preproduction is handled by Matt McJunkins, who is a member of bands like A Perfect Circle and Puscifer. This is a level of expertise and experience in shaping the project’s sound.
The production of “Undecided Behaviour” is managed by Filip De Bot, known for his work at Penthouse Studio. For Fans of A Perfect Circle – Nine Inch Nails – Puscifer
Label: Independent Release (the CD) and Lay Bare Recordings(the vinyl)
In a live setting, Sister May apparently knows how to create an intense atmosphere, weaving together noise-tinged ambient elements with infectious hooks. With a history of 130 shows across Europe in the past 5 years, it’s evident that they have built a substantial presence in the live music scene.
Fans of industrial music and those looking for a fresh and unconventional musical experience might find Sister May’s work intriguing. The combination of their influences, unique sound, and energetic live performances could make them stand out in the modern music landscape.
The release of this album on September 29, 2023, at De Kreun Kortrijk/Wilde Westen We have already sold 200 tickets for the release, which indicates a strong level of interest and anticipation from our audience.
Ou album will be available on both vinyl and CD formats which we’re providing options for fans who prefer different ways of experiencing our music.
We’re well on our way to making a significant impact with our music project. The combination of a live release event, strong ticket sales, and physical album formats bodes well for the success of our album launch.
A NEW 4CD / BLU RAY BOXED SET 50th ANNIVERSARY EDITION OF THIS CLASSIC ALBUM.
NEWLY REMASTERED FROM THE ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES
FEATURING NEW 5.1 SURROUND SOUND AND STEREO MIXES OF THE ALBUM ALONG WITH A PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED LIVE CONCERT FROM JANUARY 1974, THE 1973 QUAD MIX AND ADDITIONAL VIDEO CONTENT OF THE REMEMBER THE FUTURE PROMOTIONAL FILM, THE FILM OF WINGS FOR BBC TVs OLD GREY WHISTLE TEST AND THE LIVE PERFORMANCE OF “DESOLATION VALLEY / WAVES” FOR THE TV SHOW.
WITH ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET AND NEW ESSAY
First released in November 1973, the album was a conceptual piece comprising a musical cycle divided into two parts and was recorded at Chipping Norton Studios in England. “Remember the Future” became the band’s most successful album, being a chart hit in Germany, but also reaching number 13 on the US Billboard charts without the band having ever toured America. It was a pivotal album for the band and broke them to a wider audience and remains one of Nektar’s most well-known and highly regarded works.
This 50th Anniversary edition comprises 4 CDs and a multi-region Blu Ray disc and features a newly remastered original stereo mix of the album along with and additional two CDs featuring a previously unreleased concert recorded at the Stadthalle, Munster, Germany in January 1974 and stunning new 5.1 Surround Sound and Stereo mixes of the album from the original multi track tapes. Also included on the Blu ray disc are the original 1973 Quad mix and additional video content comprising of the rare “Remember the Future” promotional film, the film of “Wings” shown on BBC TVs Old Grey Whistle Test and a live performance of “Desolation Valley / Waves” for the same TV show.
DISC ONE Remember the Future – The 50th Anniversary remaster 1 Remember the Future Part One 2 Remember the Future Part Two Bonus track 3 Let it Grow (Live Erbach, Germany April 1973)
DISC TWO Remember the Future – The 50th Anniversary stereo remix 1 Remember the Future Part One 2 Remember the Future Part Two Bonus tracks 3 Lonely Roads (German promo single version) 4 Let it Grow (German promo single version)
DISC THREE Live at Stadthalle, Munster, Germany 28th January 1974 Previously unreleased 1 King of Twilight 2 Desolation Valley 3 A Day in the Life of a Preacher 4 Cast Your Fate
DISC FOUR Live at Stadthalle, Munster, Germany 28th January 1974 Previously unreleased 1 Odyssee 2 That’s Life 3 Fidgety Queen 4 Ron’s On 5 Show Me the Way 6 Little Boy 7 Need Love 8 Smile / Lonely Roads 9 Let it Grow
DISC FIVE Remember the Future 96 kHz / 24-bit 5.1 Surround Sound mix / stereo remix / original stereo mix / 1973 Quad mix 1 Remember the Future – Part One 2 Remember the Future – Part Two Visual content 1 Remember the Future – (promotional film 1973) 2 Wings (BBC TV “Old Grey Whistle Test” – 10th July 1973) 3 Desolation Valley / Waves (BBC TV “Old Grey Whistle Test” – 23rd October 1973)
About the video: “I wanted the visuals to remain still, whilst the music is so dynamic. The video is about how the physical elements of a human’s life are temporary and many are often taboo (birth, milking, death and turning to ashes, etc.) I think it echoes the subject matter of the EP, not just on ‘Latibulate’ but also ‘For You’ (‘The sky is blue, the sky is doomed but today it shines for you’) and ‘Ptichka’ (‘Nothing meets eternity, fly, little bird, fly’) In my lyrics for that EP I wanted to look at mortality as a reminder of how brief one’s presence in this world is and that there’s no reason not to spend this time in peace.” – Dikajee 2023
It’s been a long and convoluted process but it’s finally here! Featuring sublimely evocative vocals from the ever-enchanting Dikajee, Quicksilver Night’s “Ptichka” EP is nearly thirty minutes in length across five captivating songs of progressive-influenced rock music with operatic and madrigal nuances set on fire by pyrotechnic solo contributions from special guest guitarists. “Ptichka” was first announced in December of 2021 as a collaborative single nearly eight minutes in length that we intended to initially release digital-only and later include on Quicksilver Night’s next full-length album but, in the manner of all best-laid plans, it didn’t quite pan out that way. The invasion of Ukraine by Russian-led forces in February 2022 and the ensuing sociopolitical and economic upheavals threw a huge figurative spanner into the “Ptichka” works. We eventually got things back on track and as we did the song “Ptichka” itself became the title track of what ultimately evolved into a discrete five-song EP.
1. “Monochrome Memories” featuring Marco Iacobini 3:31 2. “Ptichka” featuring Andrew N Project 7:51 3. “Nihil Tactum” featuring Andrew N Project 4:15 4. “For You” featuring Farzad Golpayegani 6:51 5. “Latibulate” featuring Andrew N Project 4:39
“Ptichka” Releases 9/9, Preorder Now!
Pre-order the physical CD or digital album at the following locations:
About Quicksilver Night is guitarist/composer Warren Russell and a small but widening circle of musical collaborators around the world. The music of Quicksilver Night is probably best described as “distilled progressive rock” because it often incorporates elements of progressive rock such as exotic modes and composite meters but it generally eschews extended song structures in favor of a more concise songwriting style than is usually associated with the genre. Visit https://quicksilvernight.com/
Dikajeelinks her connection with nature back to her childhood, having grown up near Lake Ladoga in northwest Russia. Dikajee’s compositions draw inspiration from the progressive music of Kate Bush, Nightwish, and Björk. Her pieces never stand still, driven forward by her own visions and the talent of her fellow musicians. Visit https://dikajee.bandcamp.com/
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