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    This album has been getting lots of plays from me lately. Krautrocky avant jazz. Dig it!



    Great thread idea, by the way!
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    This was mentioned on other threads, but not on this one: Agusa, new Swedish band releasing its debut on Transubstance Records. Got a lot of spins in my household.


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    I mentioned this band on another thread: here's the link:

    http://www.progressiveears.org/forum...l=1#post268121

    It seems that Ned Collette and Wirewalker have been around for some years, but are largely unknown outside Melbourne, though Ned Collette is developing a following in Berlin, where he has recently moved.

    Check out a track called "Across the Frozen Bridge" if you can manage to locate it somewhere (Nudge, nudge).
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    Umphrey's McGee- Similar Skin

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    For those that like instrumental symphonic, check out this new album from Spain.

    http://kantfreudkafka.bandcamp.com/


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    Quote Originally Posted by nosebone View Post
    I got one.

    Instrumental French prog with a touch of zeuhl.

    Masal – Viens Des Quatre Vents (2014)

    Quote Originally Posted by emperorken View Post
    For those that like instrumental symphonic, check out this new album from Spain.

    http://kantfreudkafka.bandcamp.com/

    those two are my favs so far... nice stuff!
    Why is it whenever someone mentions an artist that was clearly progressive (yet not the Symph weenie definition of Prog) do certain people feel compelled to snort "thats not Prog" like a whiny 5th grader?

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    I know I'm a whore for Syd Arthur, but they really are awesome. Their second album, Sound Mirror, came out a few weeks ago.

    Here's a taste of what folks going to see Yes this summer will get from the opening band:



    And for those not in the know yet, that's Kate Bush's nephew on keys, mandolin and violin.
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    I'm holding out for the Wilson-mixed 5.1 super-duper walletbuster special anniversary extra adjectives edition.

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    I got the new 7 For 4 this weekend and it's as good as their other discs...
    Enjoy the moment... It's the only way to fly!

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    Please forgive my shameless shilling, but should you wish to pre-order the forthcoming Knifeworld album, The Unravelling on CD or LP (with CD) , direct from InsideOut, you can do so here: http://www.insideoutshop.de/Artist/Knifeworld/21239

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    2014 albums Iíve been digging: from Perfect Beings, Druckfarben and Agusa. I donít know if the Perfect Beings has been mentioned yet in this thread, but the other two have. And from Italy: FEM Prog Band (shame about the name, though) and Ad Maiora.



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    Caught these guys in Palm Beach, FL last Saturday. Live they were 3 guitars, bass, drums and were joined by violin on one song. They are all instrumental. The CD came out in February, but I'll bet it's news to everyone here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meme Prog Mutation View Post
    Caught these guys in Palm Beach, FL last Saturday. Live they were 3 guitars, bass, drums and were joined by violin on one song. They are all instrumental. The CD came out in February, but I'll bet it's news to everyone here.
    wow... impressive
    at first I though "no Keyboards?!" cause I'm a freak for great Keyboards and don't care for "Power Trios" much any more
    but then I thought when I first pushed play... Djam Karet!
    but these guys have their own sound different from the early Key-less DK

    very cool sound
    Why is it whenever someone mentions an artist that was clearly progressive (yet not the Symph weenie definition of Prog) do certain people feel compelled to snort "thats not Prog" like a whiny 5th grader?

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    Fans of jazz sax/flute player Charles Lloyd will be interested in the release of a live 2-cd archival set from 1965 featuring Lloyd with Gabor Szabo-guitar,Ron Carter-bass and Pete LaRoca-drums.Recorded at Judson Hall and Slug's.To be released in early September on Resonance Records.

    I attach a page re: this on the Organissimo site.

    http://www.organissimo.org/forum/ind...1965-concerts/
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    D project's "Making Sense"

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    I know Tides of Man after them getting a bit of hype a few years ago. I recall their vocals resembling Circa Survive a little too much for me. They didn't get a new singer did they?

    1 album I am excited for that is a little ways away

    22- You Are Creating

    coming in September.

    1st new song "Ectypes" was shared in a video on this page:
    http://p3.no/musikk/p3-spanderer-22/

    a bit different compared to some of their other music, but I still wouldn't be surprised if they have a lot of the prog/pop/post/meshuggah meets The Dear Hunter kind of elements like their debut LP from 2010 "Flux."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnprogger View Post
    I know Tides of Man after them getting a bit of hype a few years ago. I recall their vocals resembling Circa Survive a little too much for me. They didn't get a new singer did they?"
    No. They have decide to forgo vocals as explained here:

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    prog metal

    The Ralph - Delimiter [full EP stream] Self-released 16th April 2014

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    ^ Fairly blah cover, but very excellent news!
    The desert is not a rose.
    Softly goes the coda.

    Never let good music get in the way of making a profit.

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    Also:

    New Wolves In the Throne Room album (Celestite) coming out July 8th (date according to amazon).
    The desert is not a rose.
    Softly goes the coda.

    Never let good music get in the way of making a profit.

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    Dare I mention my own new Lawn Ornaments album is now available at Wayside Music. It will be available at ReR in August for those who might want it in Europe. You can see the cover and hear two songs from it here: http://bdblog.bdrak.com/lawn-ornamen...ists-and-more/

    Bob
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    http://http://rascalreporters.bandcamp.com/album/bonus-tracks-vol-5

    Just issued: it's the fifth volume of the Rascal Reporters' authorized archival archeology project.
    RIYL: weird vibes, hurt feelings, music in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zalmoxe View Post
    This was mentioned on other threads, but not on this one: Agusa, new Swedish band releasing its debut on Transubstance Records. Got a lot of spins in my household.

    I'm digging this! Is that track representative of the entire album?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Progbear View Post
    And from Italy: FEM Prog Band (shame about the name, though)
    They are really called "Forza Elettro Motrice". There are some horrible girlie bands called FEM so they saw them forced
    to make clear what they do They dropped the Prog Band part by now, as you can see on the artwork of the new Album.

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