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Obscure Progressive Rock: J. T. Bruce

From Prog Archives: ‘JT BRUCE is an artist from San Diego, California. Little is known about him. His website (subjectruin.net) features not only his two albums but also graphic art, short experimental films, and short essays written both by him … Continue reading

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Prog Metal Zone – 2015 Top 50 Albums

‘Welcome to our third annual top progressive metal albums! This year’s list may have been our hardest to compile as we easily found many albums that we absolutely loved but didn’t quite make our top 50. As usual, this year … Continue reading

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Obscure Progressive Rock: Sinto

From Prog Archives: ‘Sinto is a versatile hybrid kraut jazzy project in the typical vein of bands coming from 70’s German underground (Morpheus, Out of Focus, Kraan, Ibliss…) They punctuate their soulful jazzy rock improvs with funky-catchy grooves and tones. … Continue reading

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Obscure Progressive Rock: Moving Gelatine Plates

From Prog Archives: ‘MOVING GELATINE PLATES were in retrospect one of France’s finest progressive rock bands. Forming in the wake of the tumultuous political situation of France in the late 60s, their music was distinctly apolitical, filled with a refreshing … Continue reading

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Obscure Progressive Rock: Phylter

From Prog Archives: ‘PHYLTER is an almost unknown Belgium band born in the late 70’s in the borderline that divides Classical Symphonic from Neo Prog, a school that we’ll be adding soon with the name of Neo Symphonic for those … Continue reading

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Obscure Progressive Rock: Aurora

From Prog Archives: ‘This mid-70’s Texas outfit was inspired by the music of Jean-Luc Ponty (the band was indeed named after Ponty’s album “Aurora”). During their short existence (1976-80), they never actually released any official album. The two founders of … Continue reading

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Obscure Progressive Rock: Osiris

From Prog Archives: ‘Who would had believed back in the early 70’s when Prog was young and almost an exclusively UK and Europe phenomenon, that some day I would be writing a bio for a band from the Middle East? … Continue reading

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