Category Archives: Sound of Contact

Nick D’Virgilio ~ Invisable

If you’re a fan of Spock’s Beard, the progressive rock band that has captured my heart, then you’re going to love this album. It has that Spock’s Beard feel to it. There are some guest stars on the album as … Continue reading

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Simon Collins ~ Becoming Human

Simon Collins ~ Becoming Human wasn’t quite what I thought it would be. Being the son of Genesis drummer & frontman, & also the frontman of Dimensionaut, & Sound of Contact. This album, to me, doesn’t quite hold up to … Continue reading

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