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This week’s Prog-Watch is one of our semi-annual collaborations with the fine reviewers of The Progressive Aspect to bring you some of the Best of 2018 (So Far)! Nine fantastic pieces from nine of the best albums released so far this year and short reviews of each! With contributions from Mel Allen, Tony Colvill, Rob Fisher, Bob Mulvey, Roger Trenwith, Leo Trimming, and John Wenlock-Smith!

526: Some of the Best of 2018 (So Far)

 

Progressive Tracks Show #257 (Messin’ With Your Mind), originally broadcast on Saturday, April 14, 2018, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.

Great music gets in your head… and roots around in there for a while.

This week’s show features a lot of brand new music, sprinkled with some interesting oldies, that will do just that.

So open up your mind, put on some headphones, sit back, and enjoy this show (or any of the previous shows anytime at:  http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks

PLAYLIST:

  • Kronos Quartet – “Kongerei” from Night Prayers on Nonesuch/WBR
  • Fervent Send – “Roach With Half Head (Still Feeds)” from Liquid Mirror Inhabitant on Fervent Send
  • Nash The Slash – “R.S.V.P.” from And You Thought You Were Normal on Artoffact Records
  • Frequency Drift – “Who’s Master?” from Letters to Maro on Gentle Art Of Music
  • Flicker Rate – “Skylight” from Skylight on Flicker Rate
  • Pharnal – “Limbes (Part 2)” from Limbes on Pharnal
  • Hillmen – “The Mestizo Insect Frog Jam” from The Whiskey Mountain Sessions, Vol. II on Firepool Records
  • Fervent Send “The Triumph of Sebastien the Great” from Liquid Mirror Inhabitant on Fervent Send
  • Mike Keneally – “Cardboard Dog” from Free EP, Vol. 2  on ExoWax Recordings
  • Hillmen – “Fire Breather” from The Whiskey Mountain Sessions, Vol. II on Firepool Records

If you have comments (always welcome), or suggestions for show topics/music, feel free to contact me anytime via email:  ProgTracks@KPTZ.org

But first… enjoy the show!

Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack

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