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There's No Time Like the Present

The Belgian band Present has been one of the best avant-rock bands in the world since its formation in 1979. Over the years since then, Present has released nine amazing albums, and now they're ready to start work on number ten. They're looking for some financial help from their fans around the world.  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2019-12-11)

Hazards of Swimming Naked - Take Great Joy

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Just to recap, I am not a listener who is fond of pigeon-holing music into genres, which seem to be essentially arbitrary and subjective. The category called post-rock is no different, with the...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2019-12-12)

Moon over Mountain - The Colors of Life

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Moon Over Mountain is the Colorado based duo of Ken Roberts on keyboards (piano, synthesizer, mellotron) and electronic drums, and vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Megan Buness, the latter...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2019-12-13)

Kraan - The Trio Years - Zugabe!

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Those who are familiar with Kraan throughout their career know that they have some excellent studio recordings, but where they really hit their stride is in a live setting, as any of their previous...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2019-12-11)

Stereo Total - Ah! Quel Cinéma!

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Euro lofi twisted pop duo Stereo Total is back with their twelfth album, Ah! Quel Cinéma! If earlier albums resonated with influences from chanson, trash or disco to punk,...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2019-12-08)

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2019-12-11
There's No Time Like the Present – The Belgian band Present has been one of the best avant-rock bands in the world since its formation in 1979. Over the years since then, Present has released nine amazing albums, and now they're ready to start work on number ten. They're looking for some financial help from their fans around the world. » Read more

2019-11-07
Glenn Smith RIP – Glenn Smith, founder, mandolinist, and primary composer of the DeLand, Florida based prog / fusion band Magnatar, passed away on October 18th 2019 at the age of 68, after a brief illness.  » Read more

2019-11-04
Dino Brassea RIP – Word reaches us of the passing of Dino Brassea, who sang and played flute in Cast for many years. By our count, Brassea appeared on 11 Cast albums between 1994 and 2002. He also released music as a solo artist. » Read more

2019-10-06
Ginger Baker RIP – Legendary English drummer Ginger Baker has died at the age of 80. After coming to fame with Cream in the 60s alongside Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce, he became one of the most recognized and influential drummers of the rock era. On September 25, his family announced that he was critically ill, and on October 6 his death was confirmed. » Read more

2019-08-20
Alex's Hand Seeks Spa Treatment – American / European band Alex's Hand has a new album in the works called Hungarian Spa, which looks to be their biggest and best yet, featuring a large roster of guest musicians. They're seeking funding to take the project on the road, and are looking for help from the crowd of wisdom. » Read more


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Roots of Consciousness - Roots of Consciousness – On first listen I wasn't sure what to make of this debut release from Atlanta's Roots of Consciousness, a four piece of guitars, keys, bass and drums, with vocals by all. After a few listens those...  (1994) » Read more

Flower Kings - The Sum of No Evil – Best I can figure, this is around the twelfth album by Sweden's Flower Kings, and across all those years they have pretty much maintained a course of prog-rock purity that stays the straight and...  (2008) » Read more

Už Jsme Doma - Jeskyne (Caves) – Rhythm dominates Caves: polyrhythms, driving rhythms, natural rhythms. The music on Caves is a blend of influences and styles combined to create Už Jsme Doma’s unique sound. Rock and ska, heavy...  (2011) » Read more

Sorten Muld - Mark II – Sorten Muld exist in the same milieu as Hedningarna, Garmarna, and Afro Celt Sound System, bringing modern sounds and techniques to traditional music, in this case that of Denmark. They are masters of...  (2000) » Read more

Wendy Carlos - Tales of Heaven and Hell – Tales of Heaven and Hell is Wendy Carlos’ new album, somewhat of a self-admitted sequel to her soundtrack to A Clockwork Orange. Wendy is rather underrated for her contributions to electronic...  (1999) » Read more



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