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    Quote Originally Posted by Splicer View Post
    Andras Atlason - Atlantis. Don't know what to call it. Art-Rock I guess. It just sounds beautiful to me so I guess that's what it is.

    This one really impressed me. Interesting mix of styles and textures, but always melodic and lushly arranged. Sort of... almost quasi-operatic vocal style, but very soothing and heartfelt?

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    GRICE: Polarchoral
    New, fifth album from GRICE, featuring amongst others Richard and Suzanne Barbieri, drummer Robert Brian (Goldfrapp, Loreena McKennitt, etc.) Luca Calabrese, B.J. Cole and Steve Bingham).


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    The new Sammal (from Finland) album is out as of today: https://sammal.bandcamp.com/album/aika-laulaa

    I have all their previous albums and have been enjoying these, although the new one sounds little different in style.

    BTW, how do you embed these Bandcamp album covers and tracks (as above)?

    Last edited by Dunamis; 1 Week Ago at 02:45 PM.

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    There is also a new album out by Sammal related musicians (esp Juhani Laine, who has left the group), called Tavat: https://tavat.bandcamp.com/album/tavat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunamis View Post
    BTW, how do you embed these Bandcamp album covers and tracks (as above)?
    See: https://www.progressiveears.org/foru...Bandcamp-album

    Good luck!

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    Thank you, interbellum, it worked! Yeah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunamis View Post
    yup, it is different-sounding.


    Quote Originally Posted by Dunamis View Post
    wow, thx Svettie.

    Good Finnish picks.
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    I don't remember ever having heard Grice before. Firmly in the Steven Wilson/Tim Bowness sub-genre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Splicer View Post
    I don't remember ever having heard Grice before. Firmly in the Steven Wilson/Tim Bowness sub-genre.
    I've been following this band from Jim Peters since their first release. It was mainly because of the participation of former-Japan keyboarder Richard Barbieri (indeed, now Steven Wilson's man on keyboards) I got interested. Next to the Wilson/Bowness (No-Man)-atmosphere, I also hear early David Sylvian-solo on the albums by Grice.
    Here's a nice cover from the Love Theme of Blade Runner featuring Raphael Ravenscroft from the early days:

    https://www.hungersleepproductions.com/hungersleep.html

    https://www.hungersleepproductions.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    I've been following this band from Jim Peters since their first release. It was mainly because of the participation of former-Japan keyboarder Richard Barbieri (indeed, now Steven Wilson's man on keyboards) I got interested. Next to the Wilson/Bowness (No-Man)-atmosphere, I also hear early David Sylvian-solo on the albums by Grice.
    I'm listening to previous albums by Grice now (on Amazon Prime) and I do hear the David Sylvian influence as well as some Jeff Buckley.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    wow, thx Svettie.
    Incorrect.

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    Emnalóc by Roland Bühlmann (Switzerland) - David Cross is a guest on one of the tracks


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    Good Finnish picks
    Here is another one you may like. Stick around past the first couple of minutes, after they finish the vocal part.


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    New Masal album


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    Was listening to that over the weekend, sound promising
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheH View Post
    New Masal album

    Had no idea there was more from Masal coming out. I really like his music.

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    Ryuichi Sakamoto announces first album in six years

    https://ra.co/news/78133

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zalmoxe View Post
    Emnalóc by Roland Bühlmann (Switzerland) - David Cross is a guest on one of the tracks
    In that Crimso genre. Like it.
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    My new LP is on Bandcamp in digital format! Come on and take a listen!

    Scent Emmental is the 7th prog LP in my discography. If you enjoyed the textures found on my past albums, you're gonna love this. Get ready for some blast'n synth/organ heavy rockers, sprinkled with vocals, guitar and bass. I decided to create 3 new compositions this time: a 20 minute multi-movement epic and two songs half as long.

    One Dracula, two Dracula, three Dracula...

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    What the hell, Magma. First I'm reading about all these other people commenting on Kartehl from way back in September. Then I saw that they do have a bandcamp page, and that it would be released there as a download on November 25th. Okay, kind of disappointing and a long wait, but I'm sure they have their reasons. Today, I go to buy Kartehl and finally get a chance to hear it and...they have now pushed back the release date to December 16th! Certainly not how I would choose to do a release, but there you go.

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