Sat, 29 September 2018
"This is real cream!" So says a YouTube commenter about the music of Perth, Australia's Voyager (Simone Dow, guitar; Ashley Doodkorte, drums; Danny Estrin, vocals and keyboards; Scott Kay, guitar; and Alex Canion, bass and backing vocals). Seems as good of a description as any of the powerful (and tasty) blend of metal, pop, and prog that they've been banging out for six albums now. The most recent of those, Ghost Mile, is just out, and host Mark Ashby catches up once again with Canion about the crowds they've been playing for, including in their hometown, how it's possible to be close friends and still make a band work together without either suffering, and if djent is an appropriate word to apply to them. Visit www.voyager-australia.com for more information.
"Misery Is Only Company"
"As the City Takes the Night"
"What a Wonderful Day"
To hear previous episodes featuring Voyager, click these links: http://progtopia.libsyn.com/episode-051-breaking-down-voyager and http://progtopia.libsyn.com/backstage-pass-4-progpower-usa-xvi-retrospective
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Originally posted 21 May 2017
Direct download: Progtopia_111_Riding_the_Ghost_Mile_with_Voyager.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:18am EDT