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Quiet Sonia – ‘Wild and Bitter Fruits’ EP

Wild and Bitter Fruits is a newly released EP from Quiet Sonia, a Copenhagen-based project releasing on Danish indie label Pink Cotton Candy. The seven-piece project is fronted by singer, songwriter, and guitarist Nikolaj Bruus...
 
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Mental Fracture – “Inception of Fear”

Disaccord, the new album from Israel-based band Mental Fracture, struts a strong rock sound with prog and metal influence. “Inception of Fear” is evident of the band’s consuming songwriting. Buzzing guitars an...

 
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PORT NASIM – “The Need”

It’s Murky Grey, the new album from Italy-based rockers PORT NASIM, unleashes a fervent blend of ’70s-inspired prog-rock and contemporary alternative. Opening track “In the End” wastes no time with its heavy g...
 
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Flavour Nurse – “Majesty”

Merging psychedelic and prog-rock components with creative vigor, “Majesty” is a soaring rocker from Flavour Nurse. The UK-based conceptual rockers recently released their self-titled debut album, of which “Ma...

 
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Beo String Quartet – “Introspectre”

Ghosts Revisited is a stirring new album from Pittsburgh-based collective Beo String Quartet. Their merging of prog-rock and classical music makes for a uniquely impactful sound, full of interesting tonal twists and turns. Amon...
 
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Squanky Kong – “Know End Insight”

“Know End Insight” is a gripping rocker from Los Angeles-based act Squanky Kong. Their prog-rock backbone explores blues, jazz, funk, and beyond throughout new album Dawn of the Cataclysm. “Know End Insight...

 
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Gary Craig – “Carousel Of Time”

Yesterday Into Day by Gary Craig The opening track on Gary Craig‘s recent album Yesterday Into Day, “Carousel Of Time” compels with a creative prog-rock intensity. The Alabama-based artist conjures an ambitiou...
 
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Thai Food – “Swiss Alps”

Bay Area act Thai Food show eclectic charm throughout “Swiss Alps,” traversing from suave rock into brass-forward jazz and funk. An expansion at the one-minute mark shows strong melodic pull. The “why would yo...

 
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beauty is the end – “The Glass Wall”

“The Glass Wall” is an impressive track from duo beauty is the end, comprised of Clinton Degan and drummer Cullen Corley. Its seven-minute length features an eclectic array of styles, from soaring prog-rock and lush...
 
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Street Rat – “Overland”

One of several singles released ahead of Street Rat‘s upcoming album, out this month, “Overland” showcases the artist’s stellar songwriting and knack for consuming structural evolution. The solo project ...