Artist/ Band: Nog Cavanagh
Title: Everything Leads To Here
Label: Angry Robot Records
Year of Release: 2004
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The Review:

Multi-instrumentalist Nog Cavanagh creates his own brand of instrumental progressive music that combines various genres including space rock and psychedelic but done in a modern fashion.

On his debut solo album, Everything Leads To Here, is eight instrumental tracks all programmed by Cavanagh including live guitars, bass and analog synths. The album was recorded between 2002 and 2004. You wouldnít know that since it sounds like a cohesive album from start to finish. Itís an amazing aural journey that you canít help but revisit after the music stops.

I feel that the name, Nog Cavanagh is destined to be synonymous to modern space rock and psychedelia. Iím no expert but I can say itís by far one of the better recordings of the genre that Iíve come across in all my years as a music fan. This one unfortunately slipped under the radar in 2005, lets hope the next one doesnít. This is without a doubt a very recommended purchase!

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on July 25th, 2006

Tracks:

1. Scorpia Mossmoon (5.06)
2. Tiny Beams Of Light (6.56)
3. A Quiet Reprieve (5.44)
4. Out Of Body (8.23)
5. Accept This Gift (8.04)
6. Samarkand (7.15)
7. The Garden (7.20)
8. It Can Be As Big As You Want It (6.28)

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