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    Spacesquid Brain
    by Boltzmann Brain
    (experimental / progressive)

    https://boltzmannbrain.bandcamp.com/...acesquid-brain


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    Quote Originally Posted by nosebone View Post
    If you like Caravan, camel or early 70s Canterbury, check out Melange from Spain

    https://melangemadrid.bandcamp.com/track/haftraum-25-2
    Thanks Nosebone for the H.U.!: first time here!.

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    Also, from Spain (Barcelona):
    - On The Raw just released their second album "Climbing The Air": it´s more eclectic than their first one "Big City Awakes (2017): both are good albums IMO!.
    A mix of jazz, progressive rock, latin, electronic and many other influences. -

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    http://www.ontherawband.com/
    https://ontheraw.bandcamp.com/album/climbing-the-air

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    I thought their first album showed promise... terrible name for a band tho
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by MYSTERIOUS TRAVELLER View Post
    I thought their first album showed promise... terrible name for a band tho
    Agree!

    I like their second one a little bit more: "Climbing The Air" is more eclectic as I wrote.
    Pura Vida!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stgrmain View Post
    Spacesquid Brain
    by Boltzmann Brain
    (experimental / progressive)

    https://boltzmannbrain.bandcamp.com/...acesquid-brain

    Hi Svetie!!

    You again, in these parts of the web??
    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from heroin-addicts to crazy ones

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    Soleil Zeuhl are active again


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    Looks like a new Panzerpappa is on the way! Very cool cover.

    https://panzerpappa.bandcamp.com/album/summarisk-suite

    neil

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    ^ Apparently they decided to scrap an ongoing project and return to work on sketches of old instead. I'm looking forward to this one.
    "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

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    Joep Beving: Henosis (third CD from Dutch musician with neo-classical piano-music, this time featuring orchestra's, choirs and modular synths)


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    Well, this is certainly exciting! May 21st, new IZZ!!

    https://www.facebook.com/izzmusic/ph...type=3&theater

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    Saw this news that this band will be on a North American Tour starting in July. The image below mentions a new album is out.
    altingun_usa.jpg

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    New Jordsjø coming out in late May, pre-order info here...

    https://jordsjo.bandcamp.com/album/nattfiolen

    I'm excited, I've grown to really like these guys and look froward to this new one!

    Bill

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    Snowy White And The White Flames just released a new album called "The Situation".
    One of my favorite tracks is "Why Do I Still Have The Blues":


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    Green Desert Tree - Progressive Worlds

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    German Neo-Prog in English. On first listen it's pleasant comfort prog with a rock opera storyline going on somewhere in there but I can't make heads or tails of the story. Every song an anthem. Certainly a good listen if you want something you never heard before that fits into your Neo-Prog tastes but I wouldn't call it any sort of musical revelation.
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    Erik Hammarström (All Traps On Earth, Änglagård, ex The Flower Kings) just signed a contract for a solo Album
    with AMS Records.

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    There's a new Pampa Trash album out 'Burzako' and they have an odd way of lauching it. First they announced it was on Spotify, then a week later that it was on Youtube but no mention of a Bandcamp or physical release. I've now found its available as a download on Amazon, but I wonder why they don't promote the paid for options? Anyway good album, on a par with their first. For accordian and tango fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanterrill View Post
    There's a new Pampa Trash album out 'Burzako' and they have an odd way of lauching it. First they announced it was on Spotify, then a week later that it was on Youtube but no mention of a Bandcamp or physical release. I've now found its available as a download on Amazon, but I wonder why they don't promote the paid for options? Anyway good album, on a par with their first. For accordian and tango fans.
    I SO hope this is on CD. I absolutely love their debut album. Thanks for the head's up!

    Bill

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    New CD from Chester Thompson called Steppin', and he's got Alphonso Johnson on there with him. I ordered it from CD Baby, hasn't arrived yet though!
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    New Album by Goetz Steeger ("User") - Am Ende der Parade


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    Two new elephant9 live albums coming at the end of May, recorded during a 4-nights-long residency in Oslo. I was there for 3 of those gigs and oh boy these guys set the house on fire.

    Psychedelic Backfire I


    Psychedelic Backfire II (with Reine Fiske from Dungen)


    There's also a Psychedelic Backfire III which is going to be vinyl-exclusive and only available with the limited vinyl boxset.

    http://www.runegrammofon.com/artists...fire-i-cd-2lp/

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    ^ oh boy! Sad that PBIII will be vinyl only, but given their tenddecny to only release live albums on vinyl, I'm quite thrilled we get two versions with the wide release.

    excited.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobo Chang Ba View Post
    ^ oh boy! Sad that PBIII will be vinyl only, but given their tenddecny to only release live albums on vinyl, I'm quite thrilled we get two versions with the wide release.

    excited.
    Yeah, that made me preorder the boxset. Can't risk losing the chance to hear it.

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    I don't know much about this band other than what's up on Bandcamp, and enjoyed listening to them. Sort of metal, electronic progressive, reminded me a bit of Porcupine Tree somewhat maybe.


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