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The Progspace Awards 2020

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Trond Gjellum from Suburban Savages is our guest this time here on the Progtalks. The Norwegians recently released their third album “Demagogue Days”, and we go into both the history of the band, as well as their current status. We also talk about the theme of the album, which is communication, information, or perhaps the lack of it. In addition, we’re exploring a plethora of other projects Trond is involved with, such as avant-garde/RIO inspired band Panzerpappa, his outlet for electronic music, Electrond, and the long-form woodland-prog of Ingelrii. So if you’re interested in finding out what’s next for Suburban Savages and Trond with his multi-faceted musical outputs, please watch and listen to this episode of the Progtalks.

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  • Host: Rune Belsvik Reinås
  • Produced by Rune Belsvik Reinås, Vanessa and Matthias Kirsch
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