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Show Review: Haken in Columbus, OH 8/29/17
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Show Review: Haken in Columbus, OH 8/29/17

Haken has become, in recent years, one of the most formidable progressive metal acts currently out there. While they made waves (pun intended) with their debut album, Aquarius, and saw a bump in profile with the follow up, Visions,  it has been their last two albums (the more prog-oriented The Mountain and the djent and electronica influenced Affinity) that have … Continue reading

Album Review: Alberto Rigoni, “Duality”
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Album Review: Alberto Rigoni, “Duality”

Italian bass virtuoso and composer, Alberto Rigoni, is set to release his sixth solo album, Duality, on September 20.  Duality is an intriguing album that explores the expressive potential of electric bass through seven instrumental compositions.  Rigoni’s instrument of choice for creative navigation is a hybrid 7-string fretted/fretless bass that allows him to tap into a … Continue reading

Joe’s Garage: Disasterpeace, “Rise of the Obsidian Interstellar”
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Joe’s Garage: Disasterpeace, “Rise of the Obsidian Interstellar”

Joe’s Garage is a column provided by Joe Dorsey (keyboardist of Tea Club and Proglodytes contributor) in which he shares his diverse musical discoveries and examines records and genres from an unusual perspective: a cultural and historical one. In today’s column, Joe talks about Disasterpeace’s album Rise of the Obsidian Interstellar, an album that pushes … Continue reading

Album Review: Jandergan, Tilted Heads EP
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Album Review: Jandergan, Tilted Heads EP

I’ve been following  Lexington-based band Jandergan since I first saw them open for Dream the Electric Sleep (another fantastic Lexington band). They have a unique sound that is melodic without being saccharine, and technical without being overbearing. They recently released their sophomore EP, Tilted Heads. This album seems to represent a coalescing of their sound … Continue reading