Cosmograf to Release New Album in March

Cosmograf’s Robin Armstrong has announced he is releasing a new album on March 26. He also shared this brief album trailer: The album will be released on Gravity Dream, a record label he launched last year. See more info at Cosmograf’s website: https://www.cosmograf.com. Check out some of our reviews for some of Cosmograf’s previous albums: …

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Cosmograf – new beginnings

I first came across Robin Armstrong and his musical project Cosmograf back in 2011 when one of his songs was featured on a Prog magazine sampler. It was the stand-out track on that particular compilation as it had that certain something which usually draws me in: interesting  instrumental and sound effects, thoughtful lyrics and astonishing …

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Existential Genius: Cosmograf’s HAY MAN DREAMS

Cosmograf, THE HAY MAN DREAMS (Cosmograf Music, 2017).   Professor Birzer’s grade: A. Having grown up on Great Plains of North America, surrounded by grazing horses, big skies, and farms, that guy that hangs out on a big kind of crucifix in the fields of wheat was always, to me, a “Scarecrow.” And, that really, …

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Cosmograf – When Age Has Done Its Duty – 2011 (2018 remix) – Review by Alison Reijman Cosmograf – The Man Left in Space – 2013 – Review by Brad Birzer Cosmograf – The Man Left in Space – 2013 – Review by Tad Wert Cosmograf – Capacitor – 2014 – Review by Brad Birzer …

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Cosmografic Silences: The Unreasonable Art of Robin Armstrong

When it comes to finding the legitimate inheritors of the legacy of Pink Floyd’s dystopian psychedelic prog phase (in particular, ANIMALS), there are only three serious contenders: Airbag; Dave Kerzner; and Cosmograf.  While all three are excellent, Cosmograf has consistently honored the tradition while progressing in the most existentialist ways possible.  Airbag might be more …

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An Edwardian Trip through Hades: CAPACITOR by COSMOGRAF

Cosmograf’s CAPACITOR is everything a rock album should be.  And, I do mean EVERYTHING.  EVERY.  SINGLE. THING.  It is wholesome, fractured, creepy, uplifting, contemplative, mythic, existentialist, moving, intense, wired, dramatic, contemplative, Stoic, mystifying, weird, satisfying, honed, nuanced, dark, and light.   The Meaning of It All If I could capture the album in one sentence, …

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Cosmograf, CAPACITOR: Preorder Tomorrow, April 11.

Master of all things Chronometric and Progometric, Robin Armstrong, has just announced that the new Cosmograf CD, CAPACITOR, will be available for pre-order tomorrow, Friday, April 11. Progarchy’s advice: pre-order early and often. Pre-order will be available through the Cosmograf website: http://www.cosmograf.com To see the album trailer, watch below. Cosmograf Trailer, “Capacitor”