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Best of What’s Hot?! – November 2020

Best of What’s Hot?! – November 2020

To keep the focus of our Progcast episodes on the interviews, we decided to bring you our monthly Best of  What’s Hot?! in this form, just as the weekly lists!

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The Videos

Kansas – ‘The Absence of Presence’ (“The Absence of Presence”, July 17, Inside Out Music)

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Chaosbay – ‘Mediteranean’ (“Asylum”, Sept. 18)

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PreHistoric Animals – ‘A Good Start/What A Lucky Day’ (“The Magical Mystery Machine (Chapter One)”, Sept. 30)

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Fates Warning – ‘Begin Again’ (“Long Day Good Night”, Nov. 06, Metal Blade Records)

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Rodrigo San Martín – ‘Ouroboros (Prelude)’ (“Arcana, Act 1”, Nov. 14)

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Aviations – ‘Outliers’ (“Retrospect” EP, Nov. 20)

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A Burial At Sea – ‘D’Accord’ (“A Burial At Sea”, Nov. 20, Moment of Collapse Records)

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Votum – ‘One of Them’ (“Duhkha” EP, Nov. 25)

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Plini – ‘Papelillo’ (“Impulse Voices”, Nov. 27)

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Psycroptic – ‘A Fragile Existence’ (“The Watcher of All” EP, Prosthetic Records)

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Paul Sadler – ‘The Fear’ (“Soon to be Absorbed”, Dec. 01)

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Iamthemorning – ‘Cradle Song’ (“Counting the Ghosts” EP, Dec. 04, Kscope)

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Vanden Plas – ‘When the World is Falling Down’ (“The Ghost Xperiment – Illumination”, Dec. 04, Frontiers Music)

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Daniel Tompkins – ‘Ruins’ (“Ruins”. Dec. 11, Kscope)

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Le Grand Sbam – ‘Nephesh’ (“Furvent”, Dec. 11, Dur et Doux/Broken Silence)

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Need – ‘Nemmortal’ (“Norchestrion: A Song for the End”, Jan. 12)

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Need – ‘Beckethead’ (“Norchestrion: A Song for the End”, Jan. 12)

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Jason Bieler and The Baron von Bielski Orchestra – ‘Apology’ (“Songs for the Apocalypse”, Jan. 22, Frontiers Music)

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Steven Wilson – ‘12 Things I Forgot’ (“The Future Bites”, Jan. 29)

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Steven Wilson – ‘Personal Shopper’ (“The Future Bites”, Jan. 29)

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Heave Blood & Die – ‘Radio Silence’ (“Post People”, Feb. 05, Fysisk Format)

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Transatlantic – ‘Overture/Reaching for the Sky’ (“The Absolute Universe: The Breath of Life”, Feb. 05, Inside Out Music)

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Humanity’s Last Breath – ‘Vittring’ (“Välde”, Feb. 12, Unique Leader Records)

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Abiotic – ‘Souvenir of Skin’ feat. Trevor Strnad (“Ikigai”, Feb. 12, The Artisan Era)

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Solum – ‘Entrance’ (“Encountering Murk”, tba 2021)

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Sturle Dagsland – ‘Kusanagi’ (tba)

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ObliQ – ‘Indigo’ (tba)

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Vola – ‘Head Mounted Sideways’

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Delta – ‘Oceans’

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Pariahblaster – ‘Episode 1: A Wizard Departs’

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Dane Walton – ‘Goan’

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P.U.L.S.E. – ‘ourpulseisyours’

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About the Author

Dario

Dario

Co-Founder of The Progspace - Dario discovered the world of Prog upon hearing "Shine on you crazy diamond" for the first time at the tender age of 12 around the turn of the millennium. Coming from a musical family and brought up with classical music, this seemed to be the logical next step. Attended the school of www.progulus.com from 2002, delving into both directions: catching up with the history of already more than 30 years of progressive music as well as always staying up to date with the newest prog sounds. He loves meeting like-minded people and enjoying live music at a concert somewhere in Europe.

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