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    How am I?
    Ugh I mean I dont want to drag everyone down...
    ...but 2020 has been peek 2020 for me. My husband I bought a house up in Sacramento and we moved here back in may. Then in august without any real warning at all he passed away. Thankfully I'm still close enough to my friends/family back in the bay area so I'm able to get help and support and stuff.
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    You've also got us here , IMWeasel.

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    I can't imagine, for the life of me, have devasting that loss must be for your Weas. It makes me quite sad. I'm very happy you have a support network, and, as Gruna said, you have everyone here. Please take good care of yourself. I'm also happy you found a house, I hope this brings solace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    I can't imagine, for the life of me, have devasting that loss must be for your Weas. It makes me quite sad. I'm very happy you have a support network, and, as Gruna said, you have everyone here. Please take good care of yourself. I'm also happy you found a house, I hope this brings solace.
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    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMWeasel View Post
    How am I?
    Ugh I mean I dont want to drag everyone down...
    ...but 2020 has been peek 2020 for me. My husband I bought a house up in Sacramento and we moved here back in may. Then in august without any real warning at all he passed away. Thankfully I'm still close enough to my friends/family back in the bay area so I'm able to get help and support and stuff.
    I'm on facebook too if some folks want to follow. also on twitter if you want spicier takes, heh.
    I'm very sorry to hear this. Please hang in there, and don't be a stranger around this place. Friends and family are so important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMWeasel View Post
    How am I?
    Ugh I mean I dont want to drag everyone down...
    ...but 2020 has been peek 2020 for me. My husband I bought a house up in Sacramento and we moved here back in may. Then in august without any real warning at all he passed away. Thankfully I'm still close enough to my friends/family back in the bay area so I'm able to get help and support and stuff.
    I'm on facebook too if some folks want to follow. also on twitter if you want spicier takes, heh.
    That really is sad news. Hope you find support with friends and family and of sourse the people around here.

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    Should I revive the introductions thread? I think I should

    Hiya, I'm Aaron, I'm 22, I'm from Devon, and I listen to far too much music. I've also been playing bass for about 3 years now.

    I got into Rush and Cardiacs hard, and my brain's still recovering fro the sheer musical complexity I've been exposed to. Seriously those bands freaking slap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antlermagick View Post
    Should I revive the introductions thread? I think I should

    Hiya, I'm Aaron, I'm 22, I'm from Devon, and I listen to far too much music. I've also been playing bass for about 3 years now.

    I got into Rush and Cardiacs hard, and my brain's still recovering fro the sheer musical complexity I've been exposed to. Seriously those bands freaking slap.
    Yes, welcome aboard. It's good to have you here!

    Rush and Cardiacs are two of my favorite bands, so you have good taste IMO.

    Keep up the bass playing too, it's always nice to have more musicians around these parts.

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    Hi Aaron, I'll just echo the above comments. Welcome here!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by antlermagick View Post
    Should I revive the introductions thread? I think I should

    Hiya, I'm Aaron, I'm 22, I'm from Devon, and I listen to far too much music. I've also been playing bass for about 3 years now.

    I got into Rush and Cardiacs hard, and my brain's still recovering fro the sheer musical complexity I've been exposed to. Seriously those bands freaking slap.
    Welcome, Aaron. It's great to see some young, new blood 'round here. Most of us are geezers, but this is a fun bunch. Prepare to spend a ton of money on music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by antlermagick View Post
    Should I revive the introductions thread? I think I should

    Hiya, I'm Aaron, I'm 22, I'm from Devon, and I listen to far too much music. I've also been playing bass for about 3 years now.

    I got into Rush and Cardiacs hard, and my brain's still recovering fro the sheer musical complexity I've been exposed to. Seriously those bands freaking slap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by antlermagick View Post
    Should I revive the introductions thread? I think I should

    Hiya, I'm Aaron, I'm 22, I'm from Devon, and I listen to far too much music. I've also been playing bass for about 3 years now.

    I got into Rush and Cardiacs hard, and my brain's still recovering fro the sheer musical complexity I've been exposed to. Seriously those bands freaking slap.
    Always good to get some younger perspectives around here. Any good younger bands you have come across that you would recommend?

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    Hey! I'd have to apologize for not properly introducing myself here. I think some of you even thought I was a sockpuppet or something. But actually, no.

    I'm Czyszy. I'm from Poland. My English may sometimes feel a bit dodgy because I don't speak it every day.

    Since 2013 ish I've been listening to a lot of progressive rock music. I love 70s classics and also new stuff with a retro vibe. Bands such as: Yes, Genesis, Gentle Giant, Caravan, Todd Rundgren's Utopia, Kaipa, Anyone's Daughter, IQ, The Flower Kings, Echolyn, Transatlantic, The Tangent, Simon Says, Wobbler, Needlepoint and so on. I find the textures and sonic qualities found in 70s music so satisfying. I have a soft spot for 20+ minute songs. I don't like metal all that much. It just doesn't tug my heart the way less heavy kind of music does. I'm also an indie music producer. You can find me on YouTube, Bandcamp and Progarchives.com (as hrychu).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Czyszy View Post
    Hey! I'd have to apologize for not properly introducing myself here. I think some of you even thought I was a sockpuppet or something. But actually, no.

    I'm Czyszy. I'm from Poland. My English may sometimes feel a bit dodgy because I don't speak it every day.

    Since 2013 ish I've been listening to a lot of progressive rock music. I love 70s classics and also new stuff with a retro vibe. Bands such as: Yes, Genesis, Gentle Giant, Caravan, Todd Rundgren's Utopia, Kaipa, Anyone's Daughter, IQ, The Flower Kings, Echolyn, Transatlantic, The Tangent, Simon Says, Wobbler, Needlepoint and so on. I find the textures and sonic qualities found in 70s music so satisfying. I have a soft spot for 20+ minute songs. I don't like metal all that much. It just doesn't tug my heart the way less heavy kind of music does. I'm also an indie music producer. You can find me on YouTube, Bandcamp and Progarchives.com (as hrychu).
    Welcome! That's a nice selection of bands you've mentioned there!

    Your mention of Simon Says made me think of their great (debut?) album, Ceinwen, so that's my next listen! I'd sort of forgotten about the band, but I only have Ceinwen and Tardigrade, neither of which I've listened to in a long time, and I see there are a few other albums. Ceinwen has a very unusual mix of elements (for the time it came out, anyway).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czyszy View Post
    Hey! I'd have to apologize for not properly introducing myself here. I think some of you even thought I was a sockpuppet or something. But actually, no.

    I'm Czyszy. I'm from Poland. My English may sometimes feel a bit dodgy because I don't speak it every day.

    Since 2013 ish I've been listening to a lot of progressive rock music. I love 70s classics and also new stuff with a retro vibe. Bands such as: Yes, Genesis, Gentle Giant, Caravan, Todd Rundgren's Utopia, Kaipa, Anyone's Daughter, IQ, The Flower Kings, Echolyn, Transatlantic, The Tangent, Simon Says, Wobbler, Needlepoint and so on. I find the textures and sonic qualities found in 70s music so satisfying. I have a soft spot for 20+ minute songs. I don't like metal all that much. It just doesn't tug my heart the way less heavy kind of music does. I'm also an indie music producer. You can find me on YouTube, Bandcamp and Progarchives.com (as hrychu).
    Welcome aboard! You have quite a few interests in common with some folks here (myself included).


    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Your mention of Simon Says made me think of their great (debut?) album, Ceinwen, so that's my next listen! I'd sort of forgotten about the band, but I only have Ceinwen and Tardigrade, neither of which I've listened to in a long time, and I see there are a few other albums. Ceinwen has a very unusual mix of elements (for the time it came out, anyway).
    Oh man, I loved Tardigrade when it came out in late 2008. I had just started a new job, and I remember listening to it a lot at work and in the car that October. Good times.

    I should dust that one off and listen again. I used to have Ceinwen on CD too, but I think I sold it a few years back.

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    Welcome, Czyszy. Nice selection of bands you mention. Pretty much the same style of stuff I like in prog, too. You'll have fun here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czyszy View Post
    Hey! I'd have to apologize for not properly introducing myself here. I think some of you even thought I was a sockpuppet or something. But actually, no.

    I'm Czyszy. I'm from Poland. My English may sometimes feel a bit dodgy because I don't speak it every day.

    Since 2013 ish I've been listening to a lot of progressive rock music. I love 70s classics and also new stuff with a retro vibe. Bands such as: Yes, Genesis, Gentle Giant, Caravan, Todd Rundgren's Utopia, Kaipa, Anyone's Daughter, IQ, The Flower Kings, Echolyn, Transatlantic, The Tangent, Simon Says, Wobbler, Needlepoint and so on. I find the textures and sonic qualities found in 70s music so satisfying. I have a soft spot for 20+ minute songs. I don't like metal all that much. It just doesn't tug my heart the way less heavy kind of music does. I'm also an indie music producer. You can find me on YouTube, Bandcamp and Progarchives.com (as hrychu).
    Very cool! Welcome aboard, don't be a stranger!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
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