Interview – TrojanHorse (2012)

Shamelessly stolen from Trojanhorse’s Facebook page.

#IFOWONPRO. That’s the only thing you need to think when you listen to Trojanhorse. Well, you could also think about socialism, space fights in ships resembling F-14 Tomcats (with T. Rex’s in the pilot seat, of course) or what would happen if you do an impromptu interview with a super friendly singer/guitarist with a penchant for prog loveliness, a voice like Simon Pegg in Spaced and an army of well armed finches in his beard.

So, yeah, Nicholas Wyatt Duke from Trojanhorse, a man wanted in 4 boroughs for baptising sweet lyrics and bootlegging overdubs, is sitting across me in Nexus Café, in Manchester. The coffee is excellent and the music is just the right shade of suave, so I ask him a few question while the finches steal my eccles cake. Selah.  Continue reading “Interview – TrojanHorse (2012)”

The true story of a bearded band and their progginess

TrojanHorse. A band we have talked about several times before. Not only due to the heavy riffage they offer in spades on their prog nouveau music, but also because of their massively expanding rise to overlording the musical soundwaves. As a thank you note, like the Gideons leaving a Bible below your bed, the band is giving away their album FOR FLIPPIN’ FREE until God … Continue reading The true story of a bearded band and their progginess

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