Author Archives: Michael

Michael interviewed on Bill’s Prog Blog

Bill Knispel, who runs the excellent Bill’s Prog Blog site, conducted an extensive interview with our bassist Michael recently. Lots of cool Relocator trivia and detailed information on how the album came together in there, so check it out! πŸ™‚

Bill’s Prog Blog: (More than) 10 questions with Michael Pruchnicki of Relocator

Extensive German interview with Michael in the new Progressive Newsletter

The new issue of the German magazine Progressive Newsletter features an extensive interview with Michael, including the most detailed account of Relocator’s history leading up to the debut CD yet.

More information about the magazine and its current issue here:
http://www.progressive-newsletter.de/pnl69.htm

New interview with Stefan at Guitar Nine Records

Guitar Nine Records have just published this brand-new interview with Stefan, check it out! πŸ™‚

http://guitar9.com/interview154.html

Please keep in mind that they chose to omit any smileys from Stefan’s original answers, so if you don’t know Stefan personally, some of those statements might seem a bit arrogant when they were really just meant to be funny (e.g., “Real music fans don’t want…”).

Free download of the Relocator CD booklet (for iTunes buyers etc.)

For those who got our album from iTunes and similar digital music stores, we have decided to make a PDF of our CD booklet available for free on our website’s media subpage:
http://relocator-project.com/index2.php?m=10

Enjoy! πŸ™‚

Our debut is album of the week on ProgScape Radio – tune in! :)

We are proud to anounce that our debut has been named “album of the week” on ProgScape Radio! This is the first time in the show’s 7-year history that a CD that was sent in has achieved this, so you can imagine how proud we are! 8)

Tune in tonight, catch the encore broadcast tomorrow or just download the Podcast once it’s available – it should be an interesting show! πŸ™‚

http://www.progscaperadio.com

Relocator finally added to Progarchives.com – post your reviews! :)

It’s taken half a year, but today Relocator was finally added to the ProgArchives database. We already got our first review, even! So, if you’re a PA contributor, please post a short review (if it’s a good one, that is! mrgreen) and rate our album so we may rise to the top of their various Top 100 lists! πŸ˜€

Progarchives.com – Relocator reviews

New interviews with Stefan and Michael

Here’s a niceΒ  interview (in French) that Progressive Area conducted with Stefan:
http://www.progressive-area.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1556&Itemid=43

And Drop-d magazine from Ireland just published their interview with Michael:
http://www.drop-d.ie/archives/9845

Thanks to Declan and Jonathan for these opportunities to talk about our music! πŸ™‚

Relocator debut CD now available in Japan!

Our debut CD is now available in Japan via Marquee Inc.’s import store World Disque. Special thanks to Nobuhisa Nakanishi! πŸ™‚

Here’s their website: World Disque Web

Some live footage from last year’s release party

Who says you can’t play instrumental prog without rehearsing? πŸ˜€

Here’s some live footage from our little release party last November. We couldn’t find anyone to play keys in time for the gig, so Bartek ended up having to cover at least the essential keyboard parts. The gig was great fun and we hope to play live again soon – then as a quintet with a full-time keyboard player! πŸ™‚

Relocator support The Haiti Projekt – and so should you! :)

The Haiti Projekt is a digital charity compilation that was put together by members of the progressive rock community to raise money for the victims of the recent catastrophic Haiti earthquake. It features music by popular progressive rock artists like Neal Morse, Agents of Mercy (the new band of Flower Kings leader Roine Stolt), Dave Meros (Spock’s Beard) and Andy Tillison (The Tangent). We are proud to be part of this project alongside such big names and have contributed our track called ‘Relocator’.

For just $20 you get 40 tracks, adding up to over four hours of music! And the most important thing about it: All of the proceeds from this compilation will be donated to the Red Cross and its Haiti aid efforts.

So don’t hesitate, do some good and get some great music in return!

Click on the banner below to visit the Haiti Projekt website: