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Wednesday, December 4 2013

The Best Progressive Rock (and Metal) of 2013

This year saw the release of some of the best modern progressive music from a wide array of subgenres and idiosyncratic approaches.


Wednesday, March 30 2011

Emerson Lake & Palmer: Live at Nassau Coliseum ‘78

Everyday mediocrities may be swept away by time, but great atrocities must never be forgotten.


Monday, July 12 2010

The Most Serene Republic: Fantasick Impossibliss

It's one-of-a-kind stuff that'll keep you glued to the speakers.


Monday, April 19 2010

Cathedral: Keep ‘em Guessing

Instead of carrying on with the same old doom metal, Cathedral mastermind Lee Dorrian decided to pull out all the stops. The result is a lavish double album that will befuddle some and enthrall many.


Monday, March 2 2009

Best of the Test (vol.1): Bowie, Magazine, King Crimson, Orange Juice

A look at some of the most memorable performances from the BBC’s Old Grey Whistle Test television program.


Thursday, December 20 2007

Shark Move: Ghede Chokras

There's something ineffably charming about this unabashed flower-child music with its whales and butterflies, and not even aged source vinyl can ruin it.


Monday, May 28 2007

The Bad Plus: Prog

Jazz trio covers Tears for Fears without irony, Bowie with care, and outdoes Rush's "Tom Sawyer" with their originals. No jazz album this year even comes cloes.


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