Ex-felon, Eugene Brown, establishes a Chess Club for inner city teenagers in Washington, D.C.
Sunrise Auranaut is an instrumental Progressive rock band, led by Russian multi-instrumentalist Vitaly Kiselev. The instrumental concept-album "Way Of The King" (Musea Parallèle, 2013) is mostly in the symphonic Progressive rock genre, with frequent incursions into Progressive heavy-metal territory. Music on this album illustrates stories from the life of the king who, in order to find itself and to be happy, decides to refuse the throne and all richess. He then becomes a wandering musician.
Datura Curse from Sydney Australia started out as many bands do. Two guys in a basement with their guitars, their amps and their mutual love of heavy metal. A lot has changed in the world of Datura Curse since 2008, as they have since morphed into one of the strongest acts in the Australian metal scene. After six month of hard work Datura Curse announce the title and track listing of our forthcoming full length album, "Take the Head of the King" best describes the sentiments behind this 9 song metal journey which will be available to you sometime in the next few months.
The Tale of the Golden King is a 72-minute concept presented in 10 gapless tracks. The concept is based on medieval sleeping hero and mountain king legends. Like previous albums by The Psychedelic Ensemble, the music blends symphonic rock and other progressive rock genres. The Tale of the Golden King introduces new colors to the usual sonic palette of The Psychedelic Ensemble with the inclusion of orchestra and lead and backing vocals by Ann Caren.
Edward VIII is a maligned figure in recent British history, widely seen as the playboy prince who refused to conform to establishment rules, and remembered as the King who threw away the throne and turned his back on his country, all for the love of a twice-divorced American woman.
The Sun is the monarch of the Solar System, but where does its kingdom end? At the furthest outposts, the two Voyager spacecraft are having a surprisingly turbulent time as they leave The Sun's realm. The team are at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, to see how the Sun affects our planet. Solar physicist Dr Lucie Green joins them to enjoy the observatory's historic telescopes, which are still being used to gaze at the night sky.