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Nine Skies – “Return Home”

If you are a music nerd such as I am, you tend to have a pretty open mind towards styles of music. That means there is a lot of music out there in the world to discover and listen to. … Continue reading

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Perfect Beings – “Vier”

It seems like it’s getting harder and harder for artists to be truly progressive. The genre has been around for so long that you would assume that it’s all been done by now. And then a band comes along that … Continue reading

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Kayak – “Seventeen”

When comes to actual progressive pop, two bands come to mind for me: Supertramp (one of my favorite bands) and Kayak. Each band embrace the melodies and hooks of good pop music while maintaining the high standard of progressive rock. … Continue reading

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Umphrey’s McGee – “it’s not us”

Umphrey’s McGee has been one of my favorite bands for quite some time now. The main reason is that they can play literally any style and easily fit it into what they do. When I say they “can,” this is … Continue reading

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Orphaned Land – “Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs”

Orphaned Land are one of those bands that I keep trying with mixed success. The Israeli band are immensely talented so that’s never the problem for me. They mix their trademark “Oriental Metal” with progressive metal, symphonic metal and even … Continue reading

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Sendelica – “The Cromlech Chronicles II”

Sendelica are a progressive/psychedelic rock band from Wales, and they have been making music as a unit since 2006. They are yet another band that I had never heard of until the ProgBoss offered me a release of theirs to … Continue reading

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Vinide – “Reveal”

Finland’s Vinide sound a bit like a lot of different bands. Influences are bound to crop up but on their album “Reveal,” I find little revealed about Vinide other than they are a mix of Epica, Therion and Avantasia. On … Continue reading

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