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Topic: Kettlespider - The Heavy Prog Band From Down Under
Posted By: simonwood44
Subject: Kettlespider - The Heavy Prog Band From Down Under
Date Posted: August 30 2012 at 08:39

Meet http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=7400" rel="nofollow - from Australia..

If you like HEAVY PROG music ranging from artists like Rush and Mahavishnu Orchestra to Liquid Tension Experiment -

then you might just like the sounds that Kettlespider have to share with you! Smile

THIS YEAR - they have released their independent, self produced debut album 'Avadante'.

http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=7400" rel="nofollow">

Avadante is a heavy, instrumental prog rock journey that has something that will suit the tastes of everyone that likes progressive music - it's a must hear, with excellent musicianship, spirited performances and crisp production.

As a young band that are new to the prog scene, Kettlespider are looking to get their music and name out there, and share their love for the progressive music genre with a supportive community of new and like-minded friends!

The positive reviews for 'Avadante' have been flowing in from the likes of Classic Rock presents PROG Magazine,  SeaofTranquillity, SinfoMusic, and some of the Progarchives most esteemed reviewers.

So come on - have a listen to the debut album, ‘Avadante’ and hear it for yourself!

Better yet, you might even like to leave a progarchives review for it?!

ENJOY!

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com" rel="nofollow -

Cheers! Beer






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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com



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Posted By: aapatsos
Date Posted: September 01 2012 at 14:20
It's a great piece of work - well done Clap


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: September 04 2012 at 18:52
So nice to hear encouraging words! What would you look forward to hearing in Kettlespider's second album? 

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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: infocat
Date Posted: September 04 2012 at 20:12
cow bell

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Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: September 05 2012 at 02:42
Originally posted by infocat

cow bell



You'll hear some tone block in the track 'Avadante'..
But if that's not enough and it's cow bell you crave,
Leave it with me and wait for album number two ;)

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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: AtomicCrimsonRush
Date Posted: September 05 2012 at 08:24
Always great to hear Oz Prog from an Aussie! Hope that the band continues to create great prog. The band are relatively new and need more support I believe. I could add a review.

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Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: September 05 2012 at 21:06
Originally posted by AtomicCrimsonRush

Always great to hear Oz Prog from an Aussie! Hope that the band continues to create great prog. The band are relatively new and need more support I believe. I could add a review.

So nice to hear this from a fellow aussie prog fan! really appreciate the support.

Of course. any reviews of the album are SINCERELY appreciated and your work will not go unnoticed!

Cheers Cool


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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: September 13 2012 at 00:09

KETTLESPIDER PROGFEST REPORT!

Hello prog lovers!
 
As i sit and listen to 'A Passion Play' on a rainy Melbourne day, I thought i'd use the blog here to tell you a little bit about a gig that Kettlespider did last week here in Melbourne! I think i might make a habit of this too.. It's good to keep everybody in the loop!
 
The 'Espy Hotel' is an iconic Melbourne music venue that is home to many metal/rock gigs and awesomely enough, PROG gigs too - particularly in it's 'Gershwin Room', a long, hall-like room with great sound and a very unique appearance and feel.
 
Last Saturday, Kettlespider had the chance to perform in the Gershwin Room alongside 22 other BRILLIANT Australian prog bands at Australia's biggest progressive music festival, PROGFEST. The band played a selection of songs from debut album 'Avadante', including seldom played 'Comatose' - which was a personal highlight. Two brand new songs from the second album, Samsara were also trialled - and were greeted with a warm reception.
 
From up on stage it was very special to see a PACKED room full of enthusiastic and attentive prog fans, and it certainly gave the band a big adrenaline rush, really bringing the best out of our performances!
 
The event was a huge success and certainly showed us that the prog scene is well and truly alive, with an attendance of well over 1000 people cramming into the Hotel's two main rooms!
 
Stay tuned to the Kettlespider youtube -
http://www.youtube.com/Kettlespider" rel="nofollow - www.youtube.com/Kettlespider
 
As there will be VIDEO FOOTAGE from the gig posted there soon!
 
Long Live Prog!
 
Simon



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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: bensommer
Date Posted: September 13 2012 at 21:33
Kettle Spider! Beard Fish! Earwig Cat!

Great prog band names continue!


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Posted By: M27Barney
Date Posted: September 14 2012 at 06:24

I just looked on wikipedia - expecting it to be some new species of australian arachnid with a venom capable of delivering a killing bit that even prayers to the Lord Jesus won't stop you from dying horribly....Tongue

But no - it's just a name....But the Yes/Rush/Haken/LTE sounds promising - can we buy a CD?
Wink


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Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: September 14 2012 at 21:29
Haha! So sorry to disappoint you after your Wikipedia research - its just a funny band name that came about when we were making some coffees at a rehearsal one day! I'm sure glad we didn't drink that venomous coffee though..

Glad people are enjoying the band name though, and hopefully the tunes!

You can indeed buy a cd! We'd be so grateful. Amazon and cdbaby have it, but we'd take great pride in sending it out ourselves to be honest, it's more personal and we can show you how we appreciate it that way!

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com

Thanks for keeping the thread from an early death guys!

Live live PROG



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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: September 17 2012 at 07:16
Originally posted by M27Barney

I just looked on wikipedia - expecting it to be some new species of australian arachnid with a venom capable of delivering a killing bit that even prayers to the Lord Jesus won't stop you from dying horribly....Tongue

But no - it's just a name....But the Yes/Rush/Haken/LTE sounds promising - can we buy a CD?
Wink


CD's are available here my friend!

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com" rel="nofollow - http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com


Thanks so much for the interest :)



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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: menawati
Date Posted: September 17 2012 at 17:37
Listened on bandcamp, really good stuff.


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: September 20 2012 at 18:15
Originally posted by menawati

Listened on bandcamp, really good stuff.
 
Thanks for listening in! Very pleased you enjoyed the album - the bandcamp site just makes everything so easy! Love it :)
 
Also, our facebook fage has undergone a makeover of late!
 
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider" rel="nofollow - www.facebook.com/kettlespider
 
Worth a look and a like i say!


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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: menawati
Date Posted: September 20 2012 at 18:20
Are you guys going to stick with the instrumental only or eventually get a vocalist in ?

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Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: September 22 2012 at 21:17

Originally posted by menawati

Are you guys going to stick with the instrumental only or eventually get a vocalist in ?


Thanks for the question! We get asked this quite a bit haha..

To answer in brief before i elaborate slightly, there will likely be vocals on future albums of ours.

We are open to incorporate whatever is best for each song.. and some songs we have on the pipeline are perhaps calling for a vocal hook of some kind, or maybe a woodwind instrument etc...

In the case of 'AVADANTE', it was natural to capture the album in the way it was written and intended to sound, instrumental.. The challenge of conveying a story/message through music is one that we are excited by.. it just takes that connection between musician and instrument to the next level.. and as we've found talking to people after shows, it can be very powerful for the listener too!

If we happen to cross paths with someone who is the right fit for our band both socially and vocally, things can always change i guess! 

Until then, we are writing album number two, 'SAMSARA', and it's turning out to be one of the most rewarding things each of us have ever done. Can't wait to share it with all of you!






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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: October 03 2012 at 18:44
Originally posted by AtomicCrimsonRush

Always great to hear Oz Prog from an Aussie! Hope that the band continues to create great prog. The band are relatively new and need more support I believe. I could add a review.

Kettlespider would like to thanks AtomicCrimsonRush for leaving a lovely review of our debut album 'Avadante' here on the progarchives! We're glad to have you on board for the journey!

We invite you to have a read of the superb review (linked below), and encourage you to listen to the album (we're offering a discount for the digital download on our bandcamp at the moment) and write a review of your own if you have the time and are interested in supporting a hard working, up and coming progressive rock band!

Review:  http://www.progarchives.com/Review.asp?id=831902" rel="nofollow - http://www.progarchives.com/Review.asp?id=831902
Bandcamp: http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com" rel="nofollow - http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com

Cheers
Kettlespider


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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Date Posted: October 03 2012 at 18:55
Hey guys!

Going to look into this too, I noticed the CD is very affordable!

Excited to see that it'sall instrumental as well!

Always good to find some more Australian progressive-related bands!


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: October 03 2012 at 22:44
Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother

Hey guys!

Going to look into this too, I noticed the CD is very affordable!

Excited to see that it'sall instrumental as well!

Always good to find some more Australian progressive-related bands!
 
 
Thanks a lot! Awesome to see you're in Melbourne too!
 
If you like the music - please come on over and become a friend on our facebook page, so you can stay in touch with our gigs etc! Hope to hear from you soon!
 
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider" rel="nofollow - www.facebook.com/kettlespider
 
Kettlespider


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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: faaisal
Date Posted: October 04 2012 at 01:10
The most well-known and respected progressive rock band to emerge from Down Under that  includes elements of world, classical, jazz, heavy rock and groove..The music never gets slowed down, and although the composition style is awesome.

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Posted By: topographicbroadways
Date Posted: October 04 2012 at 04:55
It aint half bad yano Thumbs Up. Got any gigs coming up in Melbs? Wouldn't mind checking it out


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Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: October 06 2012 at 06:02
Originally posted by topographicbroadways

It aint half bad yano Thumbs Up. Got any gigs coming up in Melbs? Wouldn't mind checking it out


Thanks a lot for the compliment! Glad you had a listen! We do have a gig coming up later this month mate.. We will be playing at 'Creepshow' halloween festival at the Espy Gershwin Room on Saturday the 20th.


There will be burlesque dancers present and lots of crazy halloween inspired costumes too!



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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: topographicbroadways
Date Posted: October 07 2012 at 20:09
Originally posted by simonwood44



Thanks a lot for the compliment! Glad you had a listen! We do have a gig coming up later this month mate.. We will be playing at 'Creepshow' halloween festival at the Espy Gershwin Room on Saturday the 20th.


There will be burlesque dancers present and lots of crazy halloween inspired costumes too!



Hey coincidence :O I was going to Creepshow anyway haha Smile. See you there I guess lol


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Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: October 07 2012 at 20:20
Originally posted by topographicbroadways


Originally posted by simonwood44

Thanks a lot for the compliment! Glad you had a listen! We do have a gig coming up later this month mate.. We will be playing at 'Creepshow' halloween festival at the Espy Gershwin Room on Saturday the 20th.

There will be burlesque dancers present and lots of crazy halloween inspired costumes too!

Hey coincidence :O I was going to Creepshow anyway haha Smile. See you there I guess lol


Haha that's fantastic!

This may be of interest to you in that case my friend! We are actually offering discount tickets for creepshow festival at our bandcamp - with a free download of our album 'avadante' as an added bonus!

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com/kettlespider

See you there indeed! Thanks again



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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: October 07 2012 at 20:21
Originally posted by topographicbroadways


Originally posted by simonwood44

Thanks a lot for the compliment! Glad you had a listen! We do have a gig coming up later this month mate.. We will be playing at 'Creepshow' halloween festival at the Espy Gershwin Room on Saturday the 20th.

There will be burlesque dancers present and lots of crazy halloween inspired costumes too!

Hey coincidence :O I was going to Creepshow anyway haha Smile. See you there I guess lol


Haha that's fantastic!

This may be of interest to you in that case my friend! We are actually offering discount tickets for creepshow festival at our bandcamp - with a free download of our album 'avadante' as an added bonus!

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com/merch

See you there indeed! Thanks again



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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: KSaffiliate
Date Posted: October 15 2012 at 07:48
Hello everyone,

I'm Colin - The bass player from Kettlespider. It's exciting to see how many of you have supported the band and contributed to this thread!

As Simon mentioned earlier - our gig at Progfest in Melbourne was one of the highlights of the year. So i thought i'd contribute to the thread by sharing with you all a video of us playing the song 'Avadante' - the title track from our debut album at Progfest. 

Also, If anyone knows how I can have this video featured on our Progarchives 'Kettlespider' artist page - i'd love to know how! 

[TUBE]EEkJMi5gxhI[/TUBE]

We have another very special gig coming up this weekend, called 'Creepshow' at The Esplanade Hotel.

Anyone that likes progressive music in Melbourne should pick up a ticket for this event at:

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com/merch" rel="nofollow - http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com/merch

There'll also be burlesque dancing ;)

As for anyone else interested in our music, as Simon has mentioned - you can download our album 'Avadante' at our bandcamp page for just $5!

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com" rel="nofollow - http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com

Cheers, and nice to be in the loop with you all!

Colin

 


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: October 17 2012 at 07:22

Wow! We are so delighted that our album 'Avadante' has made it into the Progarchives Top 100 albums of 2012! Big smile Thankyou so much for your reviews and ratings friends, we truly appreciate it!

I guess i'll finish by just kindly asking you guys to encourage others who may be interested in our music to have a listen to the album!  This is where it can be done!

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com" rel="nofollow - http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com




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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: AtomicCrimsonRush
Date Posted: October 19 2012 at 08:46
Originally posted by KSaffiliate

Hello everyone,

I'm Colin - The bass player from Kettlespider. It's exciting to see how many of you have supported the band and contributed to this thread!

As Simon mentioned earlier - our gig at Progfest in Melbourne was one of the highlights of the year. So i thought i'd contribute to the thread by sharing with you all a video of us playing the song 'Avadante' - the title track from our debut album at Progfest. 

Also, If anyone knows how I can have this video featured on our Progarchives 'Kettlespider' artist page - i'd love to know how! 

[TUBE]EEkJMi5gxhI[/TUBE]

We have another very special gig coming up this weekend, called 'Creepshow' at The Esplanade Hotel.

Anyone that likes progressive music in Melbourne should pick up a ticket for this event at:

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com/merch" rel="nofollow - http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com/merch

There'll also be burlesque dancing ;)

As for anyone else interested in our music, as Simon has mentioned - you can download our album 'Avadante' at our bandcamp page for just $5!

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com" rel="nofollow - http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com

Cheers, and nice to be in the loop with you all!

Colin

 


Hey guys that video is going to go on your bio page at PA here as I am now loading it on. Thanks for all the kind words too and I loved the album so great to discover this amazing album. Cheers!


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Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: March 28 2013 at 20:15

An exciting new split release, featuring performances from three of Australia's most promising progressive music acts - Kettlespider, Xenograft and Bear the Mammoth - is now available for purchase, stream and download! 


The release was successfully launched in front of a capacity crowd at Melbourne's Evelyn Hotel venue and is finally ready to share with the world.

The three bands' featured on this much anticipated new release have become identified as the driving force of Melbourne's emerging 'Heavy/Instrumental' scene, with Kettlespider's debut album 'Avadante' receiving much praise within the Progarchives community.

The selection of songs present here perfectly demonstrate each band's unique sound and approach - from Xenograft's complex arrangements and jazz/fusion influences to Bear the Mammoth's atmospheric Post Rock tendencies.

The Split release can be streamed and purchased (including remixes of the songs) at the Anon Islet label bandcamp.
http://anonisletrecords1.bandcamp.com" rel="nofollow - http://anonisletrecords1.bandcamp.com

Alternatively, there are a strictly limited number of physical copies available from the official Kettlespider bandcamp.
http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com " rel="nofollow - http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com 

All media and review enquiries for this release can be forwarded to me (Simon) in a private message, or onto Karen Heath from Anon Islet records:
karenlouiseheath@gmail.com

We hope you enjoy hearing the songs on this release and exploring a new, emerging scene!




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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: August 21 2013 at 21:26
Hey guys!

Kettlespider have officially announced the release of their new single, "Inevitable", on August 22, 2013.
"Inevitable" is now available for FREE download at Kettlespider's Bandcamp page (Enter $0.00).

This long-awaited follow-up to the young band's debut 2012 album "Avadante" marks a step forward in terms of production and musicianship and is a recommended download for fans of modern Progressive music of all kinds.

http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fkettlespider.bandcamp.com%2Ftrack%2Finevitable&h=LAQF-YwYB&s=1" rel="nofollow - http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com/track/inevitable



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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: BORA
Date Posted: August 22 2013 at 16:45
Hi Simon,

Very promising work and please do keep it up!
(Instrumental is just fine by me. Many good works had been ruined by forced vocals.)

Cheers from a bit further up the coast


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: August 23 2013 at 18:00
Thanks a lot for sharing the feedback BORA,

Glad you like it the way it is! We are currently writing for our second full length album, it is shaping up to be a very layered, rich sounding album with a diverse range of sounds - maybe even the occasional vocal (think camel snow goose style).

Up the coast! cool :)
Where abouts are you based?

Cheers



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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: dr prog
Date Posted: August 23 2013 at 20:57
I'm in melbourne. I should get myself a Hammond with a fuzz box and a rhodes and start composing. When I'm ready ill hire a jazz guitarist, drummer and bass player

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All I like is prog related bands beginning late 60's/early 70's. Their music from 1968 - 83 has the composition and sound which will never be beaten. Perfect blend of jazz, classical, folk and rock.


Posted By: BORA
Date Posted: August 24 2013 at 03:44
Hi Simon.

"Snow Goose"- style vocals sound yummy and a very intelligent approach to me!

(I am in Bermagui, Far South-Coast of NSW.)

 


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: September 11 2013 at 06:41
Originally posted by dr prog

I'm in melbourne. I should get myself a Hammond with a fuzz box and a rhodes and start composing. When I'm ready ill hire a jazz guitarist, drummer and bass player


I must admit: i wish there were plenty more people like you living in Melbourne! what a plan! once you're set up let us know and we can assemble a bill to put on a show :)


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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: September 11 2013 at 06:46
Originally posted by BORA

Hi Simon.

"Snow Goose"- style vocals sound yummy and a very intelligent approach to me!

(I am in Bermagui, Far South-Coast of NSW.)

 


Glad you think so Bora! Update: i have been working on some of these melodies for the next album and they're starting to take shape, plenty of recurring themes and conceptual threads :)

For everyone's notice: The new Kettlespider single "Inevitable" is indeed available for download, free of charge, at our bandcamp page. Please help yourselves.

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com/" rel="nofollow - https://kettlespider.bandcamp.com/


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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com


Posted By: simonwood44
Date Posted: August 25 2014 at 07:41
Kettlespider have released the first of two new "Live in the studio" videos on Youtube.

Drawing influence from a variety of genres, Kettlespider's sound provides a fresh take on 1970’s progressive rock, but with a modern post-metal punch. The band made their mark in 2012 with the release of their independently released debut album, "Avadante", which features in the Progarchives "Top 100 Albums of 2012" chart, and has received critical acclaim in publications such as Classic Rock's "PROG" magazine and HeavyBlogIsHeavy.

The two new tracks, "Tundra" and "Evolution" were recorded live at Melbourne's Black Pearl Studios and will be made available for FREE download on http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com" rel="nofollow - Kettlespider's Bandcamp page in September.

Watch the band's performance of "Tundra" here:

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Kettlespider - Heavy Instrumental Prog

http://kettlespider.bandcamp.com
http://www.facebook.com/kettlespider
http://www.youtube.com/kettlespider

kettlespider@hotmail.com



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