Progstravaganza 13: Submissions Open Now


Are you one of those who think that there are 13 reasons of why the number 13 is unlucky? To be honest with you, we are not superstitious at all. If so, we wouldn’t probably even think of releasing another, thirteenth part in our Progstravaganza series of progressive rock compilations. It’s 2013 and Black Sabbath just put out their new album named 13 (guess what?), so there has not been better moment for putting this part out.

But we are far from release still. To release a compilation, we need to have songs. And to have songs we need bands and musicians send them to us. So, this is an invitation for all of you who work in music full-time or part-time to send your submissions. There is not official release date yet, but it should be out some time in July.

What do you have to do? Simply, drop us an email to info(at)prog-sphere(dot)com (‘(at)’ = ‘@’, ‘(dot)’=’.’) and we can discuss everything related for the project.

Now, let’s talk a bit about numbers. Not about number 13 in particular, but some much larger numbers. Numbers like 22,000. That’s right! We hit twenty two thousand on a download counter recently, and this number is something that really makes us feel great. For that matter, we would love to thank everyone for downloading, sharing and listening to our compilations, that makes everything worth it. We are grateful.

Nikola Savić is a prog enthusiast, blogger and author, in addition to being the founder of Prog Sphere, Progify, ProgLyrics and the ongoing Progstravaganza compilation series.


  1. Julie Hankinson

    June 7, 2013 at 1:22 pm

    When is the deadline? I know of at least one band who would be interested.

    • Nikola Savić

      June 7, 2013 at 1:32 pm

      The deadline is July 20th. But it could be postponed.

  2. Karsten

    June 10, 2013 at 2:58 pm

    Hey guys, do you prefer links to songs (to bandcamp, for example) or files sent to you via Email?

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