First Listen: Devin Townsend Project, ‘Failure’
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First Listen: Devin Townsend Project, ‘Failure’

The Proglodytes team gives our first impressions for the latest Devin Townsend Project track, ‘Failure’, from their new album, Transcendence, which will hit the stores on September 2, 2016.   Arthur: My first impression was, ‘this is definitely prog.’ More proggy song structure (a lot of the song is in 5), orchestral elements, protracted guitar solo over … Continue reading

Podcast Ep. 14 – Joe Dorsey and Keyfest
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Podcast Ep. 14 – Joe Dorsey and Keyfest

In this episode, Thomas interviews Joe Dorsey from The Tea Club about the apparently amazing Keyfest 2016. Keyfest is a keyboard workshop/festival created by Jordan Rudess to allow fantastic progressive keyboardists to network, perfect their keyboard mastery, and use keytars. And we all know the world needs more keytars. Continue reading

Podcast Ep. 13 – Bent Knee
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Podcast Ep. 13 – Bent Knee

This episode of Proglodytes Radio Podcast is brought to you by Helix Cuffs – high quality, handmade men’s accessories in raw Earth metals. To receive a 20% Proglodytes discount, just use the promo code “prog” at checkout. Thomas and Arthur discuss Jon Anderson, ponder which Lord of the Rings character best corresponds with previous Prog God … Continue reading

Podcast Ep. 12 – The Tea Club
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Podcast Ep. 12 – The Tea Club

This episode of Proglodytes Radio Podcast is brought to you by Helix Cuffs – high quality, handmade men’s accessories in raw Earth metals. To receive a 20% Proglodytes discount, just use the promo code “prog” at checkout. What do Soundgarden, Sonic Drive-In, 98 Degrees, Mammoth Cave, and Peru have in common? Find out in this amazing … Continue reading

Podcast Ep. 10 – Prog and Order
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Podcast Ep. 10 – Prog and Order

This episode of Proglodytes Radio Podcast is brought to you by Helix Cuffs – high quality, handmade men’s accessories in raw Earth metals. To receive a 20% Proglodytes discount, just use the promo code “prog” at checkout. In the progressive rock legal system, the musicians are represented by two important, yet equally important groups: a big … Continue reading