Tag Archives | Rob Aubrey

Good progress

Things are going well.  Mr Nick D’Virgilio played an absolute blinder as usual and demolished the entire album’s worth of drums in a single day session at Aubitt Studios last month. The man is a prog machine. He listens once, and by the second take is so into the groove of the track, it’s often […]

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On the Shoulders of Giants…

This is turning out to be quite a year for Cosmograf.   February saw the release of TMLIS which has exceeded all my expectations in terms of critical acclaim.  I was even nominated for a PROG award, as well as the album getting great reviews in the progressive rock press. The new album scheduled for […]

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Interview with Robin Armstrong, ‘The Man Left In Space’

Martin Kielty from PROG Magazine, asked Robin a few questions about the latest Cosmograf album, The Man Left in Space released in February 2013. <MK>On the surface the concept behind the album sounds dark and even negative. Is that the case, or is it more reflective than that?     Yes, it could be construed as negative […]

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We are nearly there!

The mastered CD of ‘The Man Left In Space’ was finally sent away for manufacturing last week. I thought I was going to breath a sigh of relief and wonder what to do with myself for the next 18months but no such luck. The collywobbles have started already. What happens if the artwork doesn’t come […]

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Curry, Prog and Progress.

Once again I’ve managed to go months without updating this blog so it’s time to redress that. The new album is going well, and I’m hoping to get it released this year.  It’s called ‘The Man Left in Space’ and in typical Cosmograf fashion is another concept piece. I’ve been blessed once again in my […]

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