Captain Phil's Planet playlist for 10/11/2018

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
IZZLate Night SalvationMy River Flows
JollyFirewellThe Audio Guide to Happiness
JollyCircuit Heaven*
Joe Deninzon & StratospheeriusGuilty of InnocenceGuilty of Innocence*
SpirlingA Face for Radio
Barock ProjectBack to YouCoffee in Neukolln
IQBorn BrilliantDark Matters
PhideauxHave You Hugged Your Robot?313
ResistorGroove RevolutionRise

This Thursday Captain Phil returns from Progstock with new music, stories of the super fest in New Jersey and Live Intervews with Louis from the local band Jolly, Poetry and stories of the Universal Monsters with Gwynne Garfinkle and the search for
Roy Bjellquist who was last seen on the Dark side of the moon before it blew out of Earth Orbit! All this and more on Captain Phil's Planet!


Gwynne Garfinkle

Roy Bjellquist

Jolly (aka The Incredible Jolly)

Members Anadale
Joe Reilly
Louis Abramson
Anthony Rondinone
Jolly is an American progressive metal/alternative metal band from New York City, also known as The Incredible Jolly.

Jolly names Tears For Fears, Radiohead up to Pink Floyd their influences in their style. In 2006, the 4 members of the band met each other on internet forums and formed the idea to release an EP with own material,[1] as the Swiss label Galileo Records took notice of their YouTube videos. The band signed with Galileo in 2006. The first album released on that label was named Forty Six Minutes, Twelve Seconds. Jolly toured with Riverside (Band) and Pure Reason Revolution outside the United States, mainly in Europe. After finding success on Galileo, the band signed with InsideOut Music.

With the album The Audio Guide To Happiness Vol. I, the band stated the rumor of binaural tones on that album, which may cause absolute happiness to the listeners.

Mike Portnoy invited the band to be opener of his supergroup Flying Colors. Portnoy has also been featured in one Jolly music video.[2]

In 2014, the band performed at ProgPower Europe.

In 2015, the band switched to using Patreon to fund continued music composition and recording. Joe Reilly, the keyboardist, has stated that the band has built a reputation for closeness with fans and a heavy reliance on fans when touring, and Patreon is a way of allowing the fans to directly support the band's music and video creation.[3]

In 2016, Jolly began releasing episodes of a cartoon webseries called the JOLLYSHOW.[4] The first episode featured the appearance, and death, of a fictionalized version of Steven Wilson.

Conversation Pieces
Vol. 63 — People Change by Gwynne Garfinkle

The stories and poems in People Change illuminate the personal and feminist concerns evoked by classic horror movies and other aspects of popular culture. Mining the implications of figures like the Bride of Frankenstein, Samantha Stephens, and the Stepford Wives, the book explores such themes as family and misogyny. At times horror merges with autobiography, as in "It's a Universal Picture." The women and girls in Gwynne Garfinkle's stories variously seek the gift of flight and the gift of friendship, real and imaginary.

Roy Bjellquist

As you know, as Alphans, we will be celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Breakaway, next year on September 13th, 2019. This is a landmark date in Space:1999 history, and will be a VERY SPECIAL time for us to celebrate together, not only as fellow Alphans, but as fans of this wonderful series which we love.

With that said, I wish to announce that BREAKAWAY:2019 - 20TH ANNIVERSARY - A SPACE:1999 EVENT CONVENTION will be held in the Northeast, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

The venue will be at the Best Western: Lehigh Valley Convention Center.

The event will begin on the early evening of September 12th, with a welcoming of all attendees, and progress into Friday, September 13th, Saturday, September 14th, and Sunday, September 15th.