Live Review Peel

By Richard Thompson While they have always merited praise in the past, tonight IOEarth really do sound like the real deal. Their spacious and sendory-grabbing atmospherics become almost spiritual on a certain level, like the staggering title track of their latest...

Classic Rock Live Review Peel

Classic Rock Presents Prog Magazine Live Review Peel by Richard Thompson There’s a genuine buzz around IOEarth at the moment and it’s easy to see why this Birmingham-based band, led by guitarist Dave Cureton and keyboardist Adam Gough, are gaining such...

Redefining The Genre

By Ross Muir Being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else. Belonging or connected to one particular person, place, or thing. Particularly remarkable, special, or unusual. Along with genius, the word unique tends to be over-used, especially in the world of...

RoSfest USA Performance 2012

By Thomas Arena¬† I knew NOTHING about this band, never heard a note of their music before, and now I’m left wondering why, what a surprising show! I was expecting something between a neo and symphonic act, still more song based than anything. Instead we got some...

Excellent Album

By: Henri Strik (edited by Peter Willemsen) I received many CD-releases in 2009, but none of them sounded as impressive as the debut album of IO Earth. This duo consists of Dave Cureton and Adam Cough, two musicians from Birmingham (U.K.). They have been friends since...