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Author: Alexandre

Sergey Golovin – Satellite

“Satellite” is much more than your average “bedroom-prog” release for the fact it is the perfect balance between catchiness and technicality. The 80s elements gives a really catchy vibe to the album, and the punchy and crystal clear production adds dynamics to a flawless sense of songwriting. And as the record is 35 minute long, you just wished it was longer since the whole thing flaws like water.

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Nightmare Scenario – Beyond What is Real

Nightmare Scenario is everything you can expect from Dan Briggs: Dark, experimental, and amazingly creative. Each song has its proper identity, its proper atmosphere, and yet the record as a whole flows very well. If you’re into this more experimental side of prog music, don’t miss this project under any circumstances.

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Richard Henshall – The Cocoon

“The Cocoon” doesn’t have the pretension to appeal to everyone’s ears. But those who dig this style will undoubtedly get how brilliant this album is. All the songs are so different but yet so reminiscent of each other, so destructured yet so cohesive. And the icing on the cake: a perfect reflection of every aspect of Mr. Henshall’s musicianship is represented into an artwork designed by his soulmate. This is Richard Henshall’s masterpiece. 5/5 ★

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StarSystems – Lift

“Lift” is by far Joseph StarSystems’ most polished record, carefully introducing jazz soundscapes to his musical palette. This album is a journey provided with lots of elements from diverse styles, pushing Joseph Stevenson to explore new territories, in which he executed brilliantly.

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Clément Belio – Patience

Clément Belio’s “Patience” is an eclectic and beautiful album. Complex yet cohesive. It’s not only a record leaving you speechless on the first listening, it’s a grower filled with subtle leitmotifs requiring patience to be found, but making you discover something new every time you give it a listen. 4.5/5★

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The Resonance Project – The Resonance Project

To conclude, The Resonance Project came out of nowhere with a record reaching a level of creativity I have never seen anywhere. Everything about this record is phenomenal, from the musicianship to the production, and this album definitely stands out as one of the best debut albums of the whole modern progressive scene. 5/5★

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