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Behind the scenes of Prog: Interviewing digital artist Wayne Joyner

Take a sneak peek behind the scenes of our most loved bands ! We at The Progspace are interviewing the talented artists who allow the bands we love to sound and look so good. We will explore different fields (sound, light, management, technician, promotion …) in a series of interviews over this year. Wayne Joyner, digital artist / light and visual wizard opens this series. Enjoy!

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The Progspace List 2018

In 2018 we had an extraordinary number of quality releases, a real feast for all progressive music fans and lovers. As our team grew up, this list is a tad longer than before and it reflects very well how many releases were top of the top on so many diverse progressive genres mashups or combinations, or if you prefer, progressive sub-genres. From melodic to djent to doom to prog-death to piano-chamber music. There’s a bit for everyone! These are the favorites of our Progspace crew – our very personal short “best of” list, if you want – purely subjective, of course!

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Madder Mortem – Marrow

“We know who we are and where we belong”: Avant-Garde/prog/doom metallers Madder Mortem from Norway stand their ground with their new album “Marrow”, an uncompromising masterpiece of genres led by the unique vocals of Agnete M. Kirkevaag proving once again that the Norwegians have crafted an incomparable gem.

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Manes: on death and rebirth.

Interview with Manes: on death and rebirth. Rune and Pauline sat down with Eivind Fjøseide, Torstein Parelius and contributing Chilean vocalist Ana Carolina Ojeda and had a long talk about the album, live shows, working as collective and much more. Read ahead for an insight on the process of this norwegian collective. /Rune & Pauline.

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UK Tech Fest 2018 Festival Review

The festival runs over four days with more than fifty bands performing. In addition there are industry workshops. For the two of us, who were Tech Fest virgins, the festival was a very pleasant experience. The audience is lively, but very friendly and easy-going. The festival is extremely well run, bands being on time, and changeovers going smoothly and quickly. The staff is generally pleasant, smiling and helpful, something that rubs of on the audience, making it easy to meet new friends.

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Lux Terminus – The Courage To Be

Not only does the musical prowess of Lux Terminus have to be credited, but their daring concept to place piano at the core of their music is bold, pioneering and absolute genius. “The Courage to Be” will leave you with goosebumps; it is a sensory journey and powerful statement that will challenge you from the start, and a must for any prog fans.

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Kadinja – Ascendancy

It took me some time to get around this album but now I can say without a doubt that “Ascencandy” is a true raw gem mixing rough and heavy sounds with tight rhythm sections topped with amazing vocals. Based in Paris, it is the first full length album of the band and they have done a great job at pushing djent/tech metal to another level. 4/5 ★

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The Progspace List 2017

The Progspace crew’s favorite releases of 2017 – our very personal short “best of” list, if you want – purely subjective, of course!

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ico-2 We’re a group of Prog-lovers who started a journey to share with you our thoughts about albums, concerts, tours and festivals, the photo galleries of the Prog concerts we visit, as well interviews with upcoming or established musicians or prog-related people. Follow our Facebook page for frequent updates and news around the Progniverse.

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