All posts tagged "electronic"

  • 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...

  • OSI – Free

    Prog rock supergroups are generally consistent in two ways. First, they are bound to create a level of excitement for the fans of whatever artists...

  • 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...

  • Kraftwerk – Radio-Aktivität

    Following their seminal record ‘Autobahn’, Kraftwerk were now under the stress to release something that faithfully continued the band’s legacy of electronic music. Some bands...

  • Synergy – Sequencer

    Electronic pioneer Larry Fast’s second album is a neoclassical exploration that verges on the ambient. Along with others such as Jean-Michel Jarre and Vangelis, Synergy...

  • Yellow Magic Orchestra – Yellow Magic Orchestra

    For something fun, weird and silly, I would think Japan is the first place I would go to! Yellow Magic Orchestra is widely considered to...

  • Farthest South – Uganda Jerusalem with Spark O

    “A band of silver winged explorers out to find the primordial fields of the No Place.” Whatever it means, I have to say that this...

  • Progstravaganza 11: Call For Bands And Musicians

    Call to bands & musicians from all around the world: If you are interested to take a part on the upcoming Progstravaganza compilation, please send...

  • The Ayreon Special

    All journies begin with a single step… And in the case of Ayreon’s ‘The Final Experiment,’ it was a step that shook the progressive world....