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THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #312       (SeaProg 2019 Festival Preview #3)

The Seattle Festival of Avant and Progressive Rock (SeaProg) will hold its sixth event June 7th – 9th at the Columbia City Theater, with an amazing bill of unique artists.

The Progressive Tracks Show is proud to once again be the voice of SeaProg on the airwaves, and will host a half-dozen shows featuring SeaProg artists!

This THIRD week will feature two Prog heavyweights who have “the touch”.  

Warning: Hearing these SeaProg shows will entice you to spend your money getting to Seattle in order to attend this amazing event. Listen intently, but responsibly! 😉

Additional information can be found at www.seaprogfest.org

Remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are over 150 now!).


  • Tuner – “So High” from Pole on Unsung Records (2007)
  • Security Project – “Fly On A Windshield” from Slowburn on 7d Media (2019)
  • Markus Reuter String Quartet – “Boon” from Heartland on Solaire Records (2019)
  • King Crimson – “FraKctured” from The ConstruKction of Light on DGM (2000)
  • Stick Men – “Blacklight (First Show)” from Midori on Stick Men Records (2015)
  • Trey Gunn – “Thick and Thorny (feat. Quodia)” from I’ll Tell What I Saw on 7d Media (2010)
  • Security Project – “Slowburn” from Slowburn on 7d Media (2019)
  • Tuner – “11-11” from Pole on Unsung Records (2007)
  • The Trey Gunn Band – “The Joy of Molybedenum” from  The Joy of Molybedenum on 7d Media (2000)
  • Xavi Reija feat. Tony Levin, Markus Reuter, Dusan Jevtovic – “From Darkness” from The Sound of the Earth on MoonJune Records (2019)
  • Deep Energy Orchestra – “The Return” from Playing with Fire on 7d Media (2019)
  • centrozoon – “The Cult of Bibbiboo” from Fool of Music on MoonJune Records (2016)

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

Progressive Tracks Show #267 (Words Cannot Express…), originally broadcast on Saturday, June 23, 2018, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.

Sometimes music will take you on a roller-coaster of emotions…  more than mere words can describe.  This week we’ll explore music that speaks for itself.

Warning:  Either clear your mind for the experience… or the show will clear it for you.    ;o)

Exclusive Tracks Alert:  This week you’ll hear a couple of track premieres from two of my favorite artists:  Ángel Ontalva & Vespero, from their upcoming collaboration, “Carta Marina”!

Take time to relax, put on some headphones, and immerse yourself in some quality progressive rock.  It may well be the best part of your day.

Remember, you can access any previous edition of The Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks.


  • Jason Rubenstein – “Conviction” from Four Points of Focus on Jason Rubenstein
  • Cthulhu Rise – “Opus 34” from The Second One on Cthulhu Rise
  • Subsignal – “Teardrops Will Dry In Source Of Origin” from La Muerta on Gentle Art Of Music
  • Yowie – “Ineffable Dolphin Communion” from Synchromysticism on Skin Graft Records
  • Ángel Ontalva & Vespero – “Sea Orm” from Carta Marina on VMS
  • Curlew – “Kangaroo” from Paradise on Cuneiform Records
  • Xavi Reija – “Deep Ocean” from The Sound Of The Earth on MoonJune Records
  • Lorenzo Feliciati – “The White Shadow Story” from Frequent Flyer on RareNoiseRecords
  • Jazz Robots – “Ligamentous Laxity” from Jazz Robots Learn to Ride a Bike (With Training Wheels) on Jazz Robots
  • Ángel Ontalva & Vespero – “Sledges Crossing the Gulf of Bothnia” from Carta Marina on VMS
  • Jason Rubenstein – “Unequivocation” from Four Points of Focus on Jason Rubenstein
  • Meteor Vortex – “Absorb” from Absorb/Implode on Independent

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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