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ANTEMASQUE: A New Business Model for Success?

Last night I thought about this “overnight” popularity of Antemasque, what is as you probably already know (and all the birds) a new band comprised of the former The Mars Volta members and air...

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The Fall and Rise of Progressive Rock

When progressive rock reached a nadir in the 1980′s and 1990′s, everything was indicating that the genre was just an experiment with a short shelf life. The press, in particular, were pretty hard on...

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Best Albums of 2013: Part P

Palms – Palms Pandora – Alibi Filosofico Parks, Aaron – Arborescence Papir – Papir III Pearl Jam – Lightning Bolt Pelican – Forever Becoming Phantom Glue – A War of Light Cones Pomegranate Tiger...

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These Albums Turn 10 in 2014

After the post highlighting the albums that celebrate the 40th anniversary in 2014, I thought it was a good idea to come up with some of the albums that were released back in 2004....

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Best Albums of 2013: Part O

Ocean, The – Pelagial October Falls – The Plague of a Coming Age Okta Logue – Tales of Transit City Omb – SwineSong Oranssi Pazuzu – Valonielu Orchid – The Mouths of Madness Oresund...

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These Albums Turn 40 in 2014

Though we’ve just entered the 2014, I thought it might be cool to check out which records turn 40 this year. 1974 was one of the greatest years for progressive rock and its related...

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Best Albums of 2013: Part N

Naam – Vow National, The – Trouble Will Find Me National Orchestra of the United Kingdom of Goats, The – Vaaya and the Sea New Keepers of the Water Towers – Cosmic Child Northless...