All posts tagged "progressive"

  • LESBIAN Premiere Third Segment Of “Forestelevision”

    LESBIAN‘s third full length offering and Translation Loss debut Forestelevisonis a single song, 44+ minute all-encompassing force of nature!  Never has an album sifted through the...

  • Tangerine Dream – Sorcerer

    Progressive rock seems to have a connection with horror films. Goblin wrote the haunting soundtrack for Dario Argento’s Suspiria, and William Friedkin’s The Exorcist was...

  • Tangerine Dream – Tangram

    It’s no secret that the 1980′s had a pretty harsh effect on the artistic success of many of the progressive rock bands. While the early...

  • Tangerine Dream – Cyclone

    “Cyclone” is, in some respects, a continuation of the increasingly streamlined sound of “Stratosfear”. Although Tangerine Dream were holding strong to their electronic roots, there...

  • Tangerine Dream – Zeit

    “Zeit” is an album with the sort of legacy that genuinely interests me. Unlike most ‘classic’ albums where listeners are ultimately able to come to...

  • Tangerine Dream – Stratosfear

    With “Rubycon”, it is this reviewer’s opinion that Tangerine Dream finally tapped into the true potential of their sound. Vast, mysterious, and even downright creepy...

  • Tangerine Dream – Force Majeure

    Listening to “Force Majeure”, I find myself with a new appreciation for Tangerine Dream’s best work. From where I’m standing, that’s in reference to ambient...

  • ICHABOD: Boston Psyche/Sludge Act Drop Most Expansive Album To Date

    Following more than a decade of perpetually mutating and expanding their unique style of rock/metal, Boston-based ICHABOD release their most progressive album to date with Dreamscapes From...

  • Fates Warning – No Exit

    Save for the twenty one minute long ‘Ivory Gate of Dreams,’ there isn’t too much of a progressive theme to be found on this album....

  • THE MERCURY TREE: For The Pursuit Of Progress

    Portland experimentalists The Mercury Tree emerged as a solo project of Ben Spees in 2004 and became a full band in 2006. The band is...