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    Nobody has mentioned my favorite:

    VESPERO got together in 2003!

    Quote from Prog Archives: "Since the very first demos their sound has been influenced by GONG, early FLOYD, FAUST and related bands from that era. Highly recommended for all fans of these (and beyond!)."

    19 Albums and everyone of them is rated SUPER HIGH:

    http://www.progarchives.com/artist.a...41#discography

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    I think perhaps Hooffoot should be mentioned. Somewhat paradoxically, I suppose, seeing as very little of their sound and/or idea reaches for anything very new or different. But they do as Swedes have been experts in doing, namely approaching past endeavours with an attemptive angle of perfectioning it and - if possible - elaborate a bit on it too. Consequently their two albums, and especially their sensationally good debut, sound like titles someone else never got around to make; Nucleus, Energit, Isotope et al.

    As great at this as Änglagård were at addressing the long-lost cause of "symph", Hooffoot arguably belong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mythos View Post
    Nobody has mentioned my favorite:

    VESPERO got together in 2003!

    Quote from Prog Archives: "Since the very first demos their sound has been influenced by GONG, early FLOYD, FAUST and related bands from that era. Highly recommended for all fans of these (and beyond!)."

    19 Albums and everyone of them is rated SUPER HIGH:

    http://www.progarchives.com/artist.a...41#discography
    Wow...super interested. Can you please hit us with maybe a good first three (3) or so to start with? Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    Wow...super interested. Can you please hit us with maybe a good first three (3) or so to start with? Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    Wow...super interested. Can you please hit us with maybe a good first three (3) or so to start with? Cheers
    As you can see by the ratings, they are ALL good (great!), I suggest starting with two of their early releases and then their latest (which was released last month!). Believe me once you hear "both ends" of the spectrum, you'll be filling in all the rest!

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    Stolen Babies is pretty neat. They just released a new tune, featuring Nils from Sleepytime Gorilla Museum.
    https://youtu.be/JIz6hnvJXjA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Maske View Post
    Stolen Babies is pretty neat. They just released a new tune, featuring Nils from Sleepytime Gorilla Museum.
    https://youtu.be/JIz6hnvJXjA
    Good band.
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    Good to hear this, finally something new.

    I'm glad they were able to do it. My understanding is that the Sharone Bros. tend to be crazy busy - Rani does movie and TV soundtracks, Gil subs as a tour drummer for various big acts. And Dominique suffers from bad stage fright, so performing is difficult for her. At this point, it's almost impossibly hard for them to work on anything together at all, to say nothing of actually performing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotum Scissor View Post
    Rune Grammofon recently released the excellent second album by I Like to Sleep, for instance, sporting an instrumental lineup of mallet percussion, double bass and drums. Great stuff...
    Indeed great. Sad that I cannot really afford the vinyl, that most likely will already be in the local store which brings all Rune Grammofon. The new crisis is taking its toll on my income.

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    Forgot one in my earlier list: Phideaux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotum Scissor View Post
    Sleepytime.
    Kayo Dot.
    Time of Orchids.
    Zombi.
    Dungen.
    Make a Rising.
    Jaga Jazzist.
    Upsilon Acrux.
    Battles.
    Yugen.
    Jack O'the Clock.
    Aquaserge.
    PoiL.
    Redfearn.
    Kavus.
    That's a pretty good list.
    Yup, I'd add a few Soleil Zeuhl bands, like Vak, Setna, Scherzoo, etc...
    Wrong Object as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    Beardfish
    Gungfly
    Elephant9
    Electric Orange
    Jordsjø
    Knifeworld/Kavus Torabi
    Wobbler
    Broadcast
    Tricot
    Could add a couple more Scandic groups like Tuskmorke or Gargamel (the latter is provbably not active anymore)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Gogo Penguin
    Mehliana
    Glass Museum
    Not sure rany of these would qualify as "prog" , but yes, agreed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Gogo Penguin
    Mehliana
    Glass Museum
    And amazingly enough, there are bands on this list that I've never heard before. Just listened to Glass Museum's opening track, Reykjavik, off their album of the same name. Terrific stuff. And THAT'S what I love about this site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zappathustra View Post
    Indeed great. Sad that I cannot really afford the vinyl, that most likely will already be in the local store which brings all Rune Grammofon. The new crisis is taking its toll on my income.
    This is very good indeed, and I’m a sucker for vibes in a rock context anyway.

    Bit of a taste:



    Sorry to hear the crisis is biting.
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    Psychedelic Ensemble
    Daal
    Eccentric Orbit
    Electric Asturias
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    Sonar (Switzerland)

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    A lot of bands from South America.

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    It's a big tent. Many of the above bands.
    and some more
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    Thank You Scientist
    Corima
    miRthkon
    Ephemeral Sun
    Necromonkey
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    Did I forget Setna?

    Setna and their sister project Xing Sa are some great releases. It is a pity that their third album stalled out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiz_d_kidd View Post
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    Very glad to see mention of this group. They’re very good.

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    I already mentioned Chrome Hoof in the other thread. Other favorites that have not yet been mentioned:

    The Underground Railroad
    Bubblemath
    Interpose+
    Dawn
    Planeta Imaginario
    TEE
    Argos
    ptf
    Ingranaggi della Valle
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