The final day of the Cambridge Rock Festival with Mostly Autumn, Heather Findlay and Odin Dragonfy, plus the legendary Curved Air and Focus. Amongst others. Continue reading
Welcome to Where Worlds Collide, a website that’s been around in some shape or form since the late 1990s.
As the title suggests, it covers a wide range of topics. There’s music news and reviews from the world of progressive rock and metal. There are thoughts on software development from the perspective of a software tester. There’s stuff about trains, science-fiction, and games. And there are political thinkpieces guaranteed to get up the noses of anyone who is either too far to the right or too far to the left.
Since it’s a rare person who is deeply interested in every single one of those things, the site is organised into different blogs for different topics. So if you really can’t stand our taste in music or are appalled by our politics, dive into the things that do interest you.
And if you still want to read everything, there’s always the “All Posts” view.
When you realise a record is really wall-to-wall neo-prog clichés, but it’s all done so well you love it anyway.
Saturday of the Cambridge Rock Festival, Featuring Derecho, 4th Labyrinth, Hekz, Hazel O’Connor, Anne-Marie Helder and Carl Palmer Continue reading
The first three days of the Cambridge Rock Festival, featuring Don Airey, Doris Brendel, The Mentulls, Rebecca Downes, Voodoo Vegas, Haze and more. Continue reading
Former Touchstone keyboardist and songwriter Rob Cottingham has formally announced his new band. Continue reading
The Guardian repeat their annual complaint that the Reading Festival bill is far too male. Perhaps they went to the wrong festival? Continue reading
A couple of short videos of the Weymouth Harbour Tramway from the days when it was still in operation Continue reading
One unexpected consequence of railway privatisation that shouldn’t be overlooked. Continue reading
What has this game got to do with motorcycles or Fender Stratocasters? Continue reading