World Oceans Day- All ‘Black Inscription’ Proceeds Going to Ocean Preservation and Research
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World Oceans Day- All ‘Black Inscription’ Proceeds Going to Ocean Preservation and Research

Earlier this year, I had the distinct honor of interviewing Carla Kihlstedt (Rabbit Rabbit Radio, Tin Hat Trio, ex Sleepytime Gorilla Museum) about her latest project, a love letter to the ocean called Black Inscription, written with her husband and collaborator Matthias Bossi and composer Jeremy Flower. The final product was predictably brilliant and haunting. Well, … Continue reading

Man Claims To Love “Progressive, Boundary Pushing Music”, Doesn’t Listen to Anything Made Past 1975
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Man Claims To Love “Progressive, Boundary Pushing Music”, Doesn’t Listen to Anything Made Past 1975

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania- A progressive music fan states emphatically that he only listens to innovative, boundary pushing music, but doesn’t own a record that was released after 1975. Barry Smith, a lifelong progressive music fan, has a difficult time with music today. “No one writes anything as innovative or as rebellious as King Crimson in their … Continue reading

Eddie Jobson announced as Sunday headliner for Progstock 2018
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Eddie Jobson announced as Sunday headliner for Progstock 2018

Prog fans rejoice!The ProgStock Festivel 2018 lineup is now complete, with Eddie Jobson taking the Sunday night headliner spot. He will be doing a set that features music from the legendary prog supergroup UK. From Sonic Perspectives Facebook page: Eddie Jobson announced as the Sunday headliner for ProgStock Festival 2018, will play a UK set with a … Continue reading

Interview with Roie Avin (The Prog Report) about new book, ‘Essential Modern Progressive Rock Albums’
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Interview with Roie Avin (The Prog Report) about new book, ‘Essential Modern Progressive Rock Albums’

Roie Avin, editor of The Prog Report, announced yesterday that their website will be releasing a new book, titled Essential Modern Progressive Rock Albums. Unlike a lot of the current books on progressive rock that seem to stop in the mid-to-late 70s, this book will include influential and important albums that were released between 1990 and … Continue reading