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MIGHT COULD consists of Andy TILLOSTON, Tim MCCASKEY, and Aaron GELLER on acoustic guitar, and Luis NASSER on acoustic bass. For over a decade, they have created instrumental progressive music featuring a wide range of styles and tightly interlocking guitar parts.

The band formed at the University of Maryland and has now mostly relocated to Chicago. They've released three albums: All Intertwined (2005), Wood Knot (2007), and the brand new Relics from the Wasteland (2013). Listeners may hear progressive rock, classical, metal, jazz, and video game music influences in all three albums. Might Could's newest release features their most collaborative songwriting to date, more percussion, two of their favorite covers, and even a little gypsy jazz.

The Chicago band members (Luis, Andy, and Tim) also perform with the original progressive rock band SONUS UMBRA, who has just released the new album Winter Soulstice (2013).

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Wood KnotWood Knot
CD Baby 2007
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All IntertwinedAll Intertwined
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Wood Knot
Might Could Crossover Prog

Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Originally a duo formed in Maryland, USA, in the year 2000, MIGHT COULD has since 2003 been a quartet consisting of three guitar players and one bass player. Over the last few years the members of the band have become more spread out geographically, but still manage to produce music collectively. "Wood Knot" is the band's third album.

"Wood Knot" is a release for a select audience; an entire album of instrumental, acoustic guitar-based music isn't likely to have a wide appeal. But those into this kind of music should find this album enjoyable, and fans of progressive, be it rock or metal, might want to check this one out if they want to get more familiar with how their favorite music is structured and composed.


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