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Snares of Sixes – MoonBladder

Perfect for meditation and self-reflection, not so great for parties. Except if you have weird friends.

RoTW_15Oct2021

Debuts, electro prog, strings, weirdos from Oz & a French circus!

Releases of the Week 41/2021 with Athemon, Shwesmo, Luo, Hippotraktor, A.A. Williams, Twelve Foot Ninja & Altesia.

Spiritbox – Eternal Blue

This album maintains many of the elements that Spiritbox have displayed on previous releases, but also brings a lot of fresh new ideas and creativity to the table.

Progtalks interviews Max Mobarry (Others by No One) – Ep. 27

Progtalks host Dario welcomes Others by No One vocalist/guitarist Max Mobarry. We discuss their new album “Book II: Where Stories Come From”, and all of their other musical projects, as well as Max’ experience of coming out as non-binary.

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Prog Rock, Post Metal, Deathcore: we got them all!

Releases of the Week 40/2021 with The Paradox Twin, Shy, Low & Every Hour Kills

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The Omnific – Escapades

I’m sure these eleven “Escapades” will further expand their fanbase while also cementing their importance in the brimming worldwide instrumental prog scene.

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Spiritbox – Eternal Blue

This album maintains many of the elements that Spiritbox have displayed on previous releases, but also brings a lot of fresh new ideas and creativity to the table.

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The Omnific – Escapades

I’m sure these eleven “Escapades” will further expand their fanbase while also cementing their importance in the brimming worldwide instrumental prog scene.

Yes – The Quest

So, after a decade is “The Quest” a great album? I would say no, good but not great, it’s interesting and enjoyable in parts, bland in others.

6:33 - Feary Tales for Strange Lullabies

6:33 – Feary Tales For Strange Lullabies – The Dome

“Feary Tales For Strange Lullabies – The Dome”, 6:33 marks a step higher in musicianship, composition and craziness, as well as opening a new path in this chaotic world the band created. They streamlined the story making it easier to grasp (if that is possible?) as a concept album – though certainly, it is closer to a wild modern urban rock opera than a traditional concept album. I think the only thing that is a constant about this band: they don’t hold their horses in any aspect, unashamedly free of tags or musical boundaries.

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Progtalks interviews Julian Helms (A kew’s tag) – Ep. 26

In this episode of the Progtalks, Dario welcomes vocalist Julian Helms from German acoustic proggers of A Kew’s Tag. We discuss their brand new third album “Hephioz”, their approach to writing a concept album, their side project Son of a Bach and more.

Progtalks interviews Florent Charlet (6:33) – Ep. 25

Vocalist Rorschach, aka Florent Charlet from French weirdos of 6:33 is our guest on this episode of the Progtalks. We talk about the band’s history, the story behind their new album “Feary Tales for Strange Lullabies: The Dome”, his vocal idols and more.

Progtalks interviews Grace Hayhurst – Ep. 24

Up-and-coming UK musician Grace Hayhurst is our guest on this episode of the Progtalks. We discuss her recently released EP “Existence is Temporary”, her love of progressive music, and her plans for an upcoming future debut album.

Progtalks Interviews Aeon Zen (Rich Gray) – Ep. 23

Rich Gray, multi-instrumentalist and mastermind of UK based progressive metal band is our guest on this episode of the Progtalks. We talk about the history of Aeon Zen, their new (and sadly last) album “Transversal”, and also our favorite one-song albums.

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Odd Circus premiere Arch Nova video

Odd Circus’ music explores the suspension of space and time navigating a boundary-less sonic landscape that embraces the unknown and welcomes the bizarre. The result is an experimental style of psychedelic art-rock that weaves its way into garage, fusion, krautrock,...

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The Progfiles Archives: June 2021

A forgotten gem of Israeli prog rock from the ’70s, a triad of connected, excellent Norwegian progressive metal albums, Syrian and Mexican prog-death, ambient, drony progressive doom from France, modern prog-rock from Italy and the Netherlands, and more! Should be something for just about everyone in this month’s edition of The Progfiles Archives.

The Progfiles Archives: May 2021

Vietnamese traditional progressive metal, French djent, progressive/technical death-metal and cinematic post-rock, American 70’s inspired prog-rock, a lesser-known true gem of British early prog, some Swedish doomy prog and much more in this month’s Progfiles Archives.

The Progfiles Archives – Promotour April 2021

This month Progfiles Archives is here for your reading and listening pleasure. This time it’s a “Promotour” edition, put together by The Progspace writer, and Progfiles host Cees, focusing on brand new progressive music releases of all styles and sub-genres. So if you are up for discovering a diverse selection of new music released over the last few months, this is the place you want to be.

The Progfiles Archives: March 2021

Grievously overlooked progressive artrock by Olivia & the Random, powerprog by Dakesis, modern progressive folk by James Lindsay, prog-thrash by Paranorm and a look back to the seventies with classic band Gryphon.
There should be something for absolutely everyone in this edition of Rune’s Progfiles Archives.

The Progfiles Archives: February 2021

A new song by UK band Konom, great Italian Prog by Logos and feel-good music by Norway’s MEER are just some of the highlights of the February edition of Rune’s Progfiles!

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VOLA – Live from the Pool

The sound is as crystal clear as it’s bone-crushingly heavy when it needs to be. The light show and camera work is mesmerizing. And VOLA are playing hit after hit. What a show!

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Voyager – A Voyage Through Time

A voyage in 5 jackets and 7 albums: Voyager managed to capture the immense fun of their live shows for audiences around the world – and leave us craving for more.

Fractal Universe – The Impassable Horizon Alive

In these strange times and longer than expected restrictions, the possibility of safely attending a normal live gig still seems remote. There is light at the end of the tunnel although concerts booked keep getting postponed, some getting pushed back a year....

An Evening with Baard Kolstad – Live Streaming

It was just a matter of time for drummer-extraordinaire Baard Kolstad to do a live-stream drum clinic. But not just any: hosted by his longtime friend and fellow drummer, Simen Sandnes, this was more a gathering of friends, present in the studio and online. Talking about his career and style and seasoned with playthroughs of some of his band’s songs as well as special covers.

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