Tag: Karisma Records

The Chronicles Of Father Robin – The Songs & Tales Of Airoea Book 3: Magical Chronicle (Ascension) Review

[Cover art by Lars Bigum Kvernberg] This is the third and final installment of our review of The Songs & Tales of Airoea, a trilogy released by the band, The Chronicles of Father Robin. Below

The Chronicles Of Father Robin – The Songs & Tales Of Airoea Book 2: Ocean Traveller (Metamorphosis) Review

[Cover art by Lars Bigum Kvernberg] This is the second installment of our review of The Songs & Tales of Airoea, a trilogy released by the band, The Chronicles of Father Robin. This second album

The Chronicles Of Father Robin – The Songs & Tales Of Airoea Book I: The Tale Of Father Robin (State Of Nature) Review

Cover art by Lars Bigum Kvernberg Most of us must have core memories of grand plans we made with our best buds in school. To grow up and all be cops or robbers or sports

Bjørn Riis’ Everything To Everyone, And A Reminder Of The Unique Greatness Of Pink Floyd

When it comes to commonplace tropes in storytelling, the line between a blessing and a curse can get thorny pretty quick. If you’re a fan of the fantasy genre, for example, you are at risk

As Ever, This Is The Golden Age – An Interview With Wobbler

Last Rites’ graybeards and greenhorns alike share an abiding love of the classic styles. Likewise, we appreciate and even revel in all that shiny new shit at the cutting edge. As such, we reject the

Wobbler – Dwellers Of The Deep Review

[Cover artwork: Mundus Subterraneus, an engraving by Athanasius Kircher from 1664 redefined by graphic artist Thomas Kaldhold] Not sure you’ve noticed, but the Nordic countries are quite powerful when it comes to progressive music. Oh,