All posts tagged "crossover prog"

  • Gekko Projekt – Electric Forest

    Long before the time Gekko Projeckt and their debut “Electric Forest” rolled around, each of the musicians that comprise this quartet were experienced performers, and...

  • Coralspin – Honey and Lava

    Although my progressive listening journey has tended to veer towards more of the left-field and strange, it’s refreshing to hear a band that takes the...

  • Disconnect – Enough Blame To Go Around

    Say what you will; the internet is a pretty cool thing. It’s arguably an innovation of significance on par with that of the printing press...

  • A Liquid Landscape – Nightingale Express

    Although much of the Progressive Rock coming out nowadays still has a tender spot for 1970′s bombast, the past decade has seen a distinctly modern...

  • Tunisia – Two False Idols

    BEN CRAVEN was one of 2011′s breakthrough prog artists. Whether it was his singer- songwriter approach to progressive rock, or simply the lavish Roger Dean...

  • Delusion Squared – II

    Though I cannot say I was one of the lucky few to discover DELUSION SQUARED upon the release of their debut in 2010, I was...

  • IOEarth – Moments

    IOEarth is a band that has been receiving quite a bit of attention in the progressive rock community as of late. Although I had heard of...

  • Field Music – Plumb

    “They” say that The Beatles are the most influential band in popular music, and while that would not be much evident in my usual diet...

  • Franck Carducci – Oddity

    Cannot close my mouth upon listening to his album, by his music / instrumental versatility. As if all the instruments around him were his hands...

  • Fourteen Twentysix – Lighttown Closure

    Hailing from the city of Eindhoven in the Netherlands, musician Chris Van Der Linden and his melancholic art rock project Fourteen Twentysix find their debut...