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  1. #26
    ^yeah, that Serious Beak is pretty wild. they got a newer one too. glad you liked Mammoth. should have noted there were some vocals in a few of those others but I was really just thinkin' bout the instruments, not the pipes.
    i.ain't.dead.irock

  2. #27
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    It's funny that you added Zebulon Pike, because I live in Minnesota and I totally forgot about them. Eric used to work for Cheapo when I did, and we used to talk about Metal all the time. I doubt he would remember me from 20 years ago though
    That's pretty cool. Have you checked out any of Eric Fratzke's work with Happy Apple (bass) or The Dave King Trucking Company (guitar)? Definitely classifiable as jazz, although the Trucking Company is a little less so.

    Do you have any Zebulon Pike? They're awesome

    Jeff

  3. #28
    you might wanna check out Zombie Frogs and Echopraxia too. here's something a little lighter

    The Parallax Method - Owl Pacino vs Mega Mango (The Squid/2017)



    and heavy

    [STÖMB]- The Complex (The Grey/2015)

    i.ain't.dead.irock

  4. #29
    Turing Machine. Hard-hitting and very informed by Don Cab, but more minimalistic. Highly emotive still.


    And the excellent but sadly long gone San Diego wonder which was Sleeping People


    Plus PAK, the inimitable project of ex-Molecules mainhead Ron Anderson (gtr/bs), here with music specifically written for Keith Abrams' drumming in a hypercharged cartoonafish-dish.
    "Improvisation is not an excuse for musical laziness" - Fred Frith
    "[...] things that we never dreamed of doing in Crimson or in any band that I've been in," - Tony Levin speaking of SGM

  5. #30
    The immense zaniness of Grand Ulena:


    And the -awesome- Yowie, as already mentioned:
    "Improvisation is not an excuse for musical laziness" - Fred Frith
    "[...] things that we never dreamed of doing in Crimson or in any band that I've been in," - Tony Levin speaking of SGM

  6. #31
    Testa de Porcu - i call it crazy/hi-energy prog. Claudio Trotta (Deus Ex Machina) on Drum



    and Monkey Diet, my band since i left Accordo dei Contrari


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    I can't help but recommend my short-lived, admittedly-poorly-named, but nevertheless apt project Three Piece Combo. Qualities include:

    * Features members from Secret Chiefs 3/miRthkon (i.e. me)
    * I've also been in other bands with other musicians already mentioned in this thread. It's a family!
    * The full length debut (linked below) mixed by Dan from Sleepytime Gorilla Museum/Free Salamander Exhibit/et al.
    * Ticks all the boxes: odd times, unpredictable arrangements, even a few syncopated quintuplets!

    https://threepiececombo.bandcamp.com...ee-piece-combo

    Note about the band name: we were going for the gimmick of being purposefully "generic" but turns out that was a huge marketing mistake. Oh well!

    - Matt

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    Zombie Frogs
    Von Frickle
    Uranian
    The Goddess Nemesis Project
    Super-String Theory
    Save Us From The Archon
    R.W.S. (Razor Wire Shrine)
    Pomegranite Tiger
    Polyphia
    Parallaxe
    PanzerBallett
    Octopus
    Nathan Frost
    miRthkon
    Measures
    Mammoth
    Lye By Mistake
    Liquorworks
    Leprechaun
    Karcius
    Joseph Magazine
    It's the End
    Hydra
    Hexatonica
    Haamoja
    Electrocution 250
    Delta De Dirac
    Counter World Experience
    Continuo Renacer
    Collins Wardingham Project
    Citriniti
    Centrica
    Cartoon Theory
    Behold... The Arctopus
    Aphelion
    Amogh Symphony
    [STOMB]
    Chimp Spanner
    Clément Belio
    David Maxim Micic
    Gru
    Jakub Zytecki
    Mendel
    Owane
    Paul Wardingham
    Plini
    Sithu Aye
    Widek
    Arch Echo
    The Wormhole Experience
    Angels And Demons
    Spark7

    This should keep your YouTb searching busy, best of luck, lots of good ones on this list.

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    ^^^holy shit, thanks!

  10. #35
    a few more for ya

    from Istanbul...Kes - Hak (Kamlama/2014) Turkey



    Edge Of Reality - Elephant In My Pajamas (2014) eclectic prog from Tennessee



    Sigma Project - Reality Field (2015) Brazil...a great album for DToxing

    i.ain't.dead.irock

  11. #36
    Here's something by Arch Echo called "Hip Dipper". Instrumental Prog-Metal/Math Rock at it's best.

    https://youtu.be/SxsSUSuZKaQ

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