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The Freqs Progcast, presented by The Progspace, Episode 022

Continuing our interview series from this year’s Euroblast Festival, we talk with french bands Uneven Structure and Kadinja after another full run of Prog News with your hosts Randy M. Salo and Dario Albrecht.

00:00 What’s hot!?
38:22 Interview Kadinja
49:30 Interview Uneven Structure

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Dont’t forget to check out the accompanying Spotify playlist as well. Below, I attached the videos of the songs that are not (yet) on Spotify.

Listen to the episode on Spotify here!

Listen to the accompanying playlist on Spotify here!

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Video-Link: https://youtu.be/p1-EHRu027U

Controversial – Modern Era (click here if the video doesn’t play)

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Qais Essar – To Mars and Back (click here if the video doesn’t play)

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Wilderun – The Tyranny of Imagination (click here if the video doesn’t play)

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Bluewave Quartet – Southbound Feelings (click here if the video doesn’t play)

 

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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