The David Rhodes Band - The David Rhodes Band (cd)
Produced by Chris Hughes, mixed by Tchad Blake and featuring Ged Lynch (Gabriel/Sylvian) on drums and Charlie Jones (Robert Plant/Goldfrapp) on bass, The David Rhodes Band is a trio led by legendary Kate Bush/Peter Gabriel guitarist David Rhodes.
Produced by the legendary David Bottrill (Tool, Muse, Peter Gabriel etc), Atlanta, Georgia group The Sixxis' 2014 debut bristles with inventive ideas and energy, recalling aspects of Rush, Soundgarden and Kings X.
A storming 70 minute live album by Prog supergroup Circa.
Featuring ex-Yes members Billy Sherwood and Tony Kaye plus Rick Tierney (bass) and Scott Connor (drums), Circa deliver a soaring fusion of melodic modern Rock and epic 1970s Progressive that plays to the strengths of a gifted collective of players.
Fragile, dark and melancholic, with Rust ex-Pain Of Salvation member Kristoffer Gildenlow presents a highly personal musical statement far removed from his Metal origins.
Echoes of Anathema and Pink Floyd collide with elements of David Sylvian and Elbow to produce an unexpectedly thought-provoking yet soothing musical experience awash with electric pianos, fretless basses and acoustic guitars.
Poland's Gods of widescreen, cinematic Rock return with a brand new 3 track, 33 minute mini-album, Memories In My Head.
A special release to mark the band's 10th anniversary, MIMH is unmistakably Riverside and unmistakably powerful and haunting, moving with ease from the mysteriously melancholic to the aggressively intense.
Mariusz Duda: "This new material, concerning themes of passing time, will be a pleasant surprise for those who have missed the kind of melodies and space known from the band's early releases."
The mini-album is available as a cd and a download (mp3 and flac) exclusive to the Glassville site.
Riverside's first ever DVD is mainly drawn from a 2 hour performance in May 2008 and highlights the most significant songs from the 'Reality Dream Trilogy' (Out Of Myself, Second Life Syndrome and Rapid Eye Movement).
Reality Dream's second disc includes a selection of live performances filmed in various locations, including Canada, Germany and Holland, plus a documentary Behind the Curtain and a photo gallery.
N.B. The dvds are region 0, ntsc and should play on most players worldwide (stereo only).
'Feel' is available as a free download. The song is taken from new
mini album "V".
The first edition of this mini album comes in a luxurious 3 panel digipack with
a 20 page booklet.
"V" is also available as a gatefold 180 gr vinyl edition.
Sensors is a live album recorded during the 2006 Paatos tour of Europe.
Containing songs from the band's first three studio albums, its recording and original release was symbolic of the band's desire to close one chapter of its artistic development and move on to create something new.
Previously released in vinyl and Japanese cd versions, Sensors is now exclusively available as a download via Glassville's Burning Shed store.
Sun Domingo's new release Songs For End Times combines the Hard Rock influences of Rush and Soundgarden with the pop sensibilities of Tears For Fears and Crowded House, and the conceptual ambition of Brave-era Marillion.
Recorded and engineered in Atlanta by John Holmes the album has been co-produced and mixed by Bruce Soord (Pineapple Thief), and features performances from Steve Hogarth (Marillion), Adrian Belew (King Crimson) and John Wesley (Porcupine Tree).
Glassville Records latest signing is US band, Mandrake Project.
Joining the impressive roster of Riverside, Paatos and Sun Domingo, Mandrake Project's Glassville debut Transitions is an accessible and adventurous affair utilising all aspects of the band's abilities and drawing from influences as diverse as David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, Elbow, 10cc, Sigur Ros and The Arcade Fire.
Atlanta based Rock band ill have drawn comparisons to the likes of Soundgarden, Queens of the Stone Age, Kings X and Stone Temple Pilots, while the band's live show has been described as "...a stripped down, Hendrix-inspired guitar power trio with the sonic ambition of Nine Inch Nails".