Category Archives: modern prog

Non Newtonian Man – “Clouds”

I guess all the good band names are officially taken. Non Newtonian Man is certainly one of the worse ones that I’ve heard other than maybe Soul Enema. It’s interesting how a bad name can impact your desire to even … Continue reading

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Slug Comparison – “IIb”

Slug Comparison is the solo project from Doug Harrison of Fen (the Canadian prog band). “IIb” is the third release from this project with “IIa” also being an EP. This two track EP is a tribute to Doug’s late friend … Continue reading

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Staring Into Nothing – “Power”

Staring Into Nothing is a trio from California who have a very modern prog sound. Musically, they remind me a bit of a mix of Steven Wilson and Roger Waters. The Waters comparison comes from the overall message in the … Continue reading

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Edge of Haze – “Deluge”

Edge of Haze’s “Deluge” is the type of record that is a bit difficult to write about. The trim and tight work checks many of the requisite boxes for this type of modern prog release, but ultimately while the production … Continue reading

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Interview with Mick Moss of Antimatter

It’s been 10 years since you released “Leaving Eden,” which has now been reissued. How has your approach to your music changed since then? Or has it? I’m constantly learning and evolving, so without a doubt my approach to music … Continue reading

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