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    Posted: April 02 2015 at 22:30
Here's the playlist from my first broadcast (the pilot) of Prog Is Alive on WDRT Viroqua, Driftless Community Radio, from Sunday, March 29, 1:00-2:00:

Opening Song Collage (1:53) plus one minute introduction =~ 3 mins.



(Opening Set: “Prog Is Alive!” =~ 14 mins.)



Garden of Time” (4:40) — SYD ARTHUR (Canterbury Revival) (Canturbury, County Kent, England, UK) from the band’s 2014 sophomore album, Sound Mirror.


Yesterday Dormant” (5:41) — FIVE-STOREY ENSEMBLE (Neoclassical Chamber Folk) (Belarus) from their 2013 debut album, Not This City.


Serenade” (2:28) — IAMTHEMORNING (Neoclassical Prog) (St. Petersburg, Russia) from their debut album, “tilde.”



(Second Set: “Exciting New Bands” =~  20 mins.)



My Alien Father” (4:46) — THE GABRIEL CONSTRUCT (Eclectic) (Chicago, USA) from their 2013 debut release, Interior City


The Unravelling King” (5:37) — MIDAS FALL (Post Rock) (Manchester, England) from their 2013 sophomore release, Wilderness.


Drowning in the Fog of Yours” (4:21) — CICADA (Neoclassical Chamber Post Rock) (Taiwan) from their 2011 second release, Pieces.


In Limbs and Joints” (4:31) — SLEEPMAKESWAVES (Post Rock/Math Rock) (Australia) from their 2011 debut release, …and so we destroyed everything.



(Third Set: “Today’s Prog Epic” =~ 10 mins.)



Oh, My Gravity!” (9:42) — SEVEN IMPALE (Eclectic) (Norway) from their 2014 debut album, City of the Sun.




(Closing Set: “Three Ear Worms” =~ 12 mins.)



To Human Misery” (4:19) — IAMTHEMORNING (Neoclassical Prog) (St. Petersburg, Russia) from their 2014 sophomore release, Belighted


Bondsman’s Wings” (2:25) — FIVE-STOREY ENSEMBLE (Neoclassical Chamber Folk) (Belarus) from their 2013 debut album, Not This City.


Autograph” (3:50) — SYD ARTHUR (Canterbury Revival) (Canturbury, County Kent, England, UK) from the band’s 2014 sophomore album, Sound Mirror.



I'm not sure if my first two shows (pilot/practice shows on "Radio Free Space") will be archived for Internet streaming, but all future shows thereafter will be. Enjoy if you're interested! 


Sincerely, Drew Fisher aka "BrufordFreak"


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 03 2015 at 01:23
Originally posted by BrufordFreak BrufordFreak wrote:

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Serenade” (2:28) — IAMTHEMORNING (Neoclassical Prog) (St. Petersburg, Russia) from their debut album, “tilde.”

 

My Alien Father” (4:46) — THE GABRIEL CONSTRUCT (Eclectic) (Chicago, USA) from their 2013 debut release, Interior City.

 

 

To Human Misery” (4:19) — IAMTHEMORNING (Neoclassical Prog) (St. Petersburg, Russia) from their 2014 sophomore release, Belighted

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 03 2015 at 08:46
Thanks, Svetie! Glad to see someone else who knows much less appreciates The Gabriel Construct!

Can't wait for the start of my two hour shows--more songs, longer songs . . .
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 03 2015 at 08:52
Originally posted by BrufordFreak BrufordFreak wrote:

(...) Glad to see someone else who knows much less appreciates The Gabriel Construct! (...)
 http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=92662&FID=1 Wink
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 03 2015 at 21:39
I love The Gabriel Project.
Also Five-Storey Ensemble which disappointingly (unjustifiably?) was rejected for a place on PA.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 03 2015 at 23:43
Originally posted by infocat infocat wrote:

I love The Gabriel Project.
Also Five-Storey Ensemble which disappointingly (unjustifiably?) was rejected for a place on PA.

Exactly! In my humble opinion, Five-Storey Ensemble was unjestifiably rejected as a band that is signed on prog label AltRock and already had other (prog) web presence, for example here. Though, I think that it's not any PA team's mistake. It seems that they have fear of an "not-enough-rock" act inclusion to PA database; of course, with a big exception of the Berlin School of Electronic music and the bunch of great newcomers from all over the world that make music in the vein of that stunning Neo-Berlin School.
However, Five-Storey Ensemble is more *prog rock* than any act of the Berlin School of Electronic music; just as a musical illustration, I chose this track:
 
 
So, what's the problem with inclusion?
Imho the problem lies on the fact that the PA don't have that, at the present day really necessary, *Chamber prog* section. The *Chamber prog* section could be a perfect home for such kind of magnificent prog bands as Five-Storey Ensemble as wel. Why there's not a *Chamber prog* section yet? That's the problem, actually. Personally, I can't understand that lack of *Chamber prog* section at the site that earlier did have the guts to invent the sub-genres as *Eclectic Prog*, *Heavy Prog*, *Crossover Prog*, and yet to include Post Rock as a progressive rock sub-genre... Last but not least, I don't understand that lack of *Chamber prog* section also because no one time I read *chamber prog* the term in discussions at Prog Archives' Public Forum.

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Here's the playlist from my second broadcast (another pilot) of Prog Is Alive! on WDRT Viroqua, Driftless Community Radio, from Sunday, April 5, 1:00-2:00:

Opening Song Collage



(1st Set: “21st Century Prog Folk” =~ 19 mins.)



Satentuoksuisia Unia” (4:55) — AALTO (Finland) from their 2014 release, Ikaro.


The Foundry” (4:22) — GRAVENHURST which was the musical pseudonym for the late Nick Talbot, singer-songwirter and multi-instrumentalist from Bristol, England. From his 2012 album, The Ghost in Daylight.


Aurora Gone” (4:38) — MIDLAKE (Denton, Texas) from their 2013 release, Antiphon—their first without founder and former frontman Tim Smith.


Lupercalia” (3:15) — FAUN (Munich, Germany) from their 2013 masterpiece, Eden.



(2nd Set: “The Heavy Proggers” =~ 14 mins.)



Eidolon” (3:45) — KARNIVOOL (Perth, Australia) from their 2013 sophomore release, Asymmetry.


Revolution by Design” (3:57) — PHI (Austria) from their 2014 release, Now the Waves of Sound Remain.


New Made Man” (5:27) — VOTUM (Warsaw, Poland) from their sophomore album released in 2013, Harvest Moon.



(Final Set: “The Young Italians” =~ 25 mins.)



Dell’innocenza perduta” (7:29) —UNREAL CITY (Parma, Italy) from their 2013 debut release, La crudeltà di Aprile.


Cavalcata” (5:48) — INGRANAGGI DELLA VALLE (Rome, Italy) from their 2013 debut album, In hoc signo.


Danza esoterica di datura” (6:13) — IL TEMPIO DELLE CLESSIDRE (Genoa, Italy) from their 2010 self-titled debut album.


Lenta discesa all’averno” (5:11) — LA COSCIENZA DI ZENO (Genoa, Italy) from their 2015 release, their third in six years, La notte anche di giorno.




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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 07 2015 at 13:57
My next show, airing live this Sunday night (April 12), 10-12 Midnight (Central Daylight Savings Time), will focus on 21st Century Zeuhl--a topic I've chosen because of the frustration I feel at finding out that Magma is in Chicago Friday night--but was sold out before I could get tickets!

Probable artists represented on the show: Magma, Koenjihyakkei, Guapo, Universal Totem Orchestra, jannick Top, Ga'an, Xing Sa, Camembert, Unit Wail, Rhûn, Setna.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 13 2015 at 19:49
Here's my playlist from my debut live broadcast, Sunday April 12, 10:00 PM to 12:00 AM on WDRT Viroqua, community radio serving Wisconsins Driftless Region. 

My show will be airing every Sunday at that same time. Prog Is Alive! is the name of the show--and my Facebook page. This week's theme was "21st Century Zeuhl" in honor of Magma's current tour of the USA (which I missed).
 
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Prog Is Alive (Music) with Drew 04/12/2015 10:00PM to 12:00AM

10:04PM-10:25PM (21:45Magma “K.A. III” composed by Christian Vander from K.A. (2004) on Seventh Records (France)

10:26PM Set break

10:28PM-10:34PM (6:37Guapo “Topan” composed by Guapo from Five Suns (2004) on Cuneiform Records

10:35PM-10:42PM (7:05Koenjihyakkei “Rattims Friezz” composed by Koenjihyakkei from Angherr Shisspa (2005) on Skin Graft Records

10:42PM Set break

10:44PM-10:57PM (13:23Universal Totem Orchestra “Vento madre” fromThe Magus (Rock, 2008) on Black Widow Records (Italy)

10:57PM-11:02PM (5:53Jannick Top “part VI” composed by Jannick Top from Infernal Machina (Jazz, 2008) on Le Chant Du Monde (France)

11:03PM Station ID

11:04PM-11:10PM (6:32Ga'an “Servant Eye” from Ga'An (Rock, 2010) onCaptcha Records (HBSP-2X) (USA)

11:10PM-11:16PM (6:49Xing Sa “Métal 1” composed by Xing Sa from Le création de l'univers (2010) on Soleil Zeuhl (France)

11:17PM-11:28PM (11:14Camembert “Untung Untungan 2.0” from Schnorgl Attack (Rock, 2011) on AltrOck (Italy)

11:29PM Set break

11:30PM-11:35PM (4:53Magma “Öhst” composed by Christian Vander fromFélicité thösz (Jazz, 2012) on Seventh Records (France)

11:35PM-11:41PM (6:46Unit Wail “Aqua permanens” composed by Vincent Sicot Vantalon from Retort (Single, 2013) on Soleil Mutant (France)

11:42PM-11:47PM (5:34Rhùn “Bùmlo” from Fanfare du chaos (2013) onAltrOck (Italy)

11:48PM-11:54PM (6:20Setna “Cycle II (A)” from Guerison (2013) on Soleil Zeuhl (France)

11:54PM-11:56PM (2:57Magma “Dumb” composed by Christian Vander fromSl*g Tanz (2015) on Jazz Village (France)

11:56AM Set break

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Prog Is Alive!

Playlist for Sunday, April 19, 2015

21st Century Canterbury (a tribute to Daevid Allen)



Opening song:


1. “Zion My T-shirt” (6:09) - GONG from their late 2014 release, I See You.



Set One:  Canterbury lives!


2. “Little Machines” (4:50) - Oxford’s ANTIQUE SEEKING NUNS from their 2003 debut album, Mild Profundities.


3. “Ballad of Lord Sogomore” (5:15) - Devon’s MAGIC BUS from their 2014 album, Transmissions from Sogmore’s Garden.


4. “Caravana” (4:37) - Brazil’s VIOLETA DI OUTONO from their 2007 album, their fifth, Volume 7.




Set Two: Canterbury humour


5. “Syllabub” (4:31) - GONG from their 2014 release, their 23rd studio album, I See You.


6. “Knee” (5:07) - Oakland/San Francisco’s INNER EAR BRIGADE from their 2012 debut full-length release, Rainbro.

 

7. “Little Bird” (4:09)- Belgium’s HUMBLE GRUMBLE from their 2011 release, their third in six years, Flanders Fields.



Set Three:  Canterbury-Like jazzy instrumentals


8. “Son of Bassoon” (3:28) - ANTIQUE SEEKING NUNS from their 2006 sophomore release, Double Eggs with Chips and Beans (and a Tea).


9. “Avanti” (8:18) - Canada’s MIRIODOR from their 2009 release, their seventh, Avanti!


10. “Message from Uncle Stan:  Green House” (3:49) - Saskatoon/Winnepeg’s MAHOGANY FROG’s 2012 release, Senna.


11. “Cat Factory” (2:57) - Oxford, England’s SANGUINE HUM’s 2015 release, their third, Now We Have Light.


12. “Rayuela” (4:43) - from USA’s THE NERVE INSTITUTE from their 2015 release, their third in sixth years, Fictions.



Set Four:  the smoother side of Canterbury jazz      


13. “Dirty Spoons” (5:13) - INNER EAR BRIGADE from their 2012 release, Rainbro.


14. “Hoy hes un nueva día” (4:25) - Catalonia’s PLANETA IMAGINARIO from their 2008 sophomore release, Biomasa.


15. “La dans du Pantin” (7:44) - Italy’s ALCO FRISBASS from their self-titled 2015 debut release.



Fifth and final Set:  21st Century Canterbury


16. “Nothing Between Us” (6:10) - SANGUINE HUM from their 2008 debut release, Diving Bell.


17. “In the C” (5:14) - San Francisco’s BEYOND-O-MATIC from their 2013 sophomore release, Relations in the Border Between.


18. “Chariots” (4:11) - Canterbury’s own SYD ARTHUR from their 2014 sophomore release, Sound Mirror.


19. “Morning Mantra” (6:55) - MAGIC BUS from their 2014 release, Transmissions from Sogmore’s Garden.



Exit song: Tribute to Daevid Allen, Canterbury’s once and future king


20. “Isle of Everywhere” (10:20) - GONG from their 1974 album, the third in the Radio Gnome Invisible series, You. 


Good night, Daevid.


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This email contains playlist data from WDRT sent to you from Spinitron.com, WDRT's playlist automation provider. 


Contact us at [email protected] with any questions or comments. Or call 608-638-9378 (toll free: 888-589-7198

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Prog Is Alive (Music) with Drew 04/26/2015 10:00PM to 12:00AM

Post Rock: Its Roots and Development

10:00PM-10:05PM (5:21Bark Psychosis “Big Shot” from Hex (1994) onVirgin UK (UK)

10:06PM Set break

10:08PM-10:13PM (5:56Slint “Breadcrumb Trail” from Spiderland (1991) onTouch and Go Records (USA)

10:14PM-10:19PM (5:24Talk Talk “Inheritance” from Spirit of Eden (1988) onEMI UK (UK)

10:19PM-10:24PM (5:41David Sylvian “Weathered Wall” composed by David Sylvian from Brilliant Trees (1984) on Virgin Records (UK)

10:25PM Set break

10:26PM-10:31PM (5:28Tortoise “Glass Museum” from Millions Now Living Will Never Die (CD, 1996) on Thrill Jockey Records (USA)

10:32PM-10:39PM (7:54Stereolab “Metronomic Underground” from Emperor Tomato Ketchup (CD, 1996) on Elektra Records (USA)

10:40PM-10:50PM (10:05Sigur Rós “Svefn - G - Englar” from Agaetis Byrjun(1999) on Smekkleysa (Iceland)

10:50PM-10:55PM (5:36Don Caballero “Details On How to Get Iceman On Your License Plate” from American Don (2000) on Touch & Go Records (USA)

10:56PM Set break

10:58PM-11:20PM (22:32Godspeed You! Black Emperor “storm” from Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven (CD, 2000) on kranky

11:20PM Set break

11:21PM-11:27PM (6:38Sigur Rós “Sigur 1 (Untitled)” from ( ) (Rock, 2002) on FatCat Records (Europe)

11:28PM-11:36PM (8:05Explosions In the Sky “Your Hand in Mine” fromThe Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place (Rock, 2003) on Bella Union (UK)

11:36PM-11:44PM (8:30Oceansize “Women Who Love Men Who Love Drugs” from Effloresce (2003) on Beggars Banquet (UK)

11:45PM-11:54PM (9:02My Education “crime story” from 5 Popes (2004) onThirty Ghosts Records (USA)

11:53PM-11:59PM (6:03Bark Psychosis “Shapeshifting” from Codename: Dustsucker (Rock, 2004) on Fire Records (UK)

11:59PM Station ID

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Prog Is Alive!

Playlist for Sunday, May 3, 2015

New Music of 2015



Opening song:  “The Drifter” (6:13) - KLONE Here Comes the Sun



First Set:


Stray the Skies” (4:13) - VOLA Inmazes


Vers la nuit” (3:30) - MAGMA Sl*g Tan


Shooting Star” (4:46) - STEVEN WILSON Hand. Cannot. Erase.



The Best song of the year (so far):


Shooting Star” (10:11) - ANEKDOTEN Until All the Ghosts Are Gone



Second Set:


Lo schermo di pietra (Kenosis)” (7:54) - UNREAL CITY Il paese del tramonto


Pas a pas” (6:42) - ALCO FRISBASS ALCO Frisbass


Come statua de dolore” (7:07) - LA COSCIENZA DI ZENO La notte anche di giorno



Third Set:


Eternal” (8:02) - CICCADA The Finest of Miracles


i. Who Can It Be” (6:34) - METHEXIS Suiciety


A Hundred Years” (8:04) - THE PSYCHEDELIC ENSEMBLE The Sunstone



Two Long songs:


Teratoma” (10:34) - ABSTRACT Limbosis


Peasantry or ‘Light Inside Light’” (10:28) - GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress



Final Set:


River so Wide” (6:23) - NICE BEAVER The Time It Takes


With Joy We Espy the Sarcophagus” (6:22) THE NERVE INSTITUTE Fictions


Desolation Song” (6:28) - SANGUINE HUM Now We Have Light



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Here's my playlist from my May 17 show (which I pre-recorded), themed "Some of my Favorites from Y2K"

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Prog Is Alive (Music) with Drew 05/17/2015 10:00PM to 12:00AM

10:00PM-10:09PM (9:28Iona “Open Sky” from Open Sky (Single, 2000) on Alliance Music

10:10PM Set break

10:11PM-10:16PM (5:38Doves “Rise” from Lost Souls (Rock, 2000) on Heavenly, Heavenly, Heavenly (UK)

10:16PM-10:22PM (6:06The Gathering “Analog Park” from If_Then_Else (2000) on Century Media (UK)

10:22PM-10:27PM (4:50Porcupine Tree “Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recylced” fromLightbulb Sun (Rock, 2000) on Kscope (UK)

10:27PM-10:31PM (4:11Radiohead “Everything in its Right Place” from Kid A (MP3, Single, Private, 2000) onParlophone (Bear Family, UK)

10:31PM-10:36PM (4:16Coldplay “High speed” from Parachutes (CD, Rock, 2000, added 12/11/2010) onCapitol Records (usa)

10:36PM Set break

10:38PM-11:00PM (22:36Godspeed You! Black Emperor “static” from Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven (CD, 2000) on kranky (Canada)

11:00PM Set break - Some Prog "Epics" from Y2K

11:02PM-11:11PM (9:32KBB “Catastrophe” composed by Akihisa Tsuboy from Lost and Found (Rock, 2000) on Musea (France)

11:12PM-11:27PM (15:18Taal “Barbituricus” composed by Loïc Bernardeau from Mister Green (Rock, 2000) onMusea (France)

11:27PM-11:37PM (10:18White Willow “Gnostalgia” from Sacrament (Rock, 2000) on Laser’s Edge

11:37PM-11:47PM (10:39The Flower Kings “I Am the Sun, Pt. 2” from Space Revolver (Rock, 2000) onInsideOut Music

11:47PM Set break - Three more from my three favorite albums of Y2K:

11:47PM-11:52PM (4:11The Gathering “Herbal Movement” from If_Then_Else (2000) on Century Media (UK)

11:52PM-11:56PM (4:39Doves “Break Me Gently” from Lost Souls (Rock, 2000) on Heavenly, Heavenly, Heavenly (UK)

11:56PM-11:59PM (3:00Iona “Wave After Wave” from Open Sky (Single, 2000) on Alliance Music


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Here's my playlist from sunday, May 24, themed "My Favorite Prog Epics of the Past Four Years":

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Prog Is Alive (Music) with Drew 05/24/2015 10:00PM to 12:00AM

10:03PM-10:17PM (14:12Seven Impale “God Left Us for a Black-Dressed Woman” from City of the Sun (2014) on Karisma Records (Europe) — Norwegian band's debut

10:17PM Set break

10:18PM-10:38PM (20:03Humana Prog “Fiori, frutti, farfalle” from Fiori, frutti, farfalle (2014) on AMS (Italy) — Paolo Farina, ex-Maxophone

10:38PM Set break

10:38PM-11:45PM (67:23) Edison's Children “Silhouette” from The Final Breath Before November (Rock, 2013) on Random Disturbance Records (UK) — Pete Trewavas/ Eric Blackwood

11:46PM Set break

11:00PM Station ID

11:46PM-11:59PM (13:35Nine Stones Close “Frozen Moment” from One Eye On the Sunrise (2012) onProgrock Records (UK) — UK-Dutch collaboration

 
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Prog Is Alive (Music) with Drew 05/31/2015 10:00PM to 12:00AM

10:00PM-10:07PM (7:25maudlin of the Well “Stones of October's Sobbing” from Leaving Your Body Map(2001) on Dark Symphonies (USA)

10:07PM Set break — Introduction of tonight's theme: Some of My Favorites from 2001

10:08PM-10:15PM (7:37Karda Estra “eve” from Eve (Rock, 2001) on No Image (UK)

10:16PM-10:21PM (5:38Bjork “undo” from Vespertine (2001) on ONE LITTLE INDIAN (UK)

10:25PM Set break — Second set: The Heavy Proggers from 2001

10:21PM-10:25PM (4:10Stereolab “Naught More Terrific Than Man” from Sound-Dust (CD, Rock, 2001) onDuophonic (UK)

10:27PM-10:37PM (10:54Opeth “The Drapery Falls” from Blackwater Park (MP3, 2001) on Music For Nations(UK)

10:38PM-10:44PM (6:54Devin Townsend “Nobody's Here” from Terria (2001) on Inside Out Music

10:45PM-10:51PM (6:04Tool “Parabola” from Lateralus (MP3, Other, Other, 2001) on Volcano Entertainment

10:51PM Set break — Third Set:

10:52PM-10:58PM (6:23Anathema “Looking Outside Inside” from A Fine Day To Exit (2001) on The End / Music For Nations

11:00PM Station ID

10:58PM-11:03PM (5:45Nexus “Metambo” from metanoia (Rock, 2001) on RecordRunner

11:03PM-11:08PM (5:20No-Man “Returning Jesus” from Returning Jesus (2001) on Hidden Art Recordings

11:08PM Set break — Fourth set: Some long-playing "epics" from 2001

11:09PM-11:17PM (8:45maudlin of the Well “Girl With a Watering Can” from "Bath" (2001) on Dark Symphonies (USA)

11:18PM-11:27PM (9:14Seven Reizh “Hybr'ys” from Strinkadenn Ys (2001) on Yaka (France)

11:28PM-11:37PM (9:57Bill Bruford's Earthworks “The Sound of Surprise” from The Sound of Surprise(Single, 2001) on Summerfold Records UK

11:38PM Set break — Final set:

11:40PM-11:45PM (5:09Bjork “It's Not Up to You” from Vespertine (2001) on ONE LITTLE INDIAN (UK)

11:45PM-11:48PM (3:24Karda Estra “Thoughts and Silences” from Eve (Rock, 2001) on No Image (UK)

11:48PM-11:54PM (6:46maudlin of the Well “Monstrously Low Tide” from Leaving Your Body Map (2001) onDark Symphonies (USA)

11:54PM-11:59PM (5:13Stereolab “Baby Lulu” from Sound - Dust (2001) on Duophonic UHF Disks (UK)


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https://progisaliveandwell.blogspot.com/
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Here's the playlist from my Sunday, June 7 show, themed "21st Century Prog Folk":

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Prog Is Alive (Music) with Drew 06/07/2015 10:00PM to 12:00AM

10:00PM-10:04PM (4:26Fleet Foxes “Blue Ridge Mountains” from Fleet Foxes(CD, Album, Private, 2008) on Sub Pop Records (USA) — Robin Pecknold on lead vocals.

10:04PM Set break — Introduction of tonight's theme: 21st Century Prog Folk; first set: The Indie boys

10:06PM-10:10PM (3:42Bon Iver “Michicant” from Bon Iver (CD, Album, Rock, 2011) on Jagjaguwar (USA) — Justin Vernon on lead vocals.

10:09PM-10:14PM (5:18Midlake “Corruption” from Antiphon (Rock, 2013) on Bella Union (UK)

10:15AM-10:19AM (4:11Gravenhurst “Circadian” from The Ghost in Daylight(2012) on Warp Records (UK) — Nick Talbot on lead vocals.

10:19PM Set break — Set two: Some ladies

10:20PM-10:23PM (3:09Tirill “Voluspa” from Um Himinjǫður (2012) onFairyMusic (Finland) — Mohn, from Norway

10:23PM-10:26PM (3:43Mediæval Bæbes “Märk Hure Vår Skugga” fromMirabilis (2005) on Netwerk America (USA) — Katharine Blake on lead vocals.

10:27PM-10:32PM (5:54Ataraxia “Borea” from Llyr (2010) on Prikosnovenie(Spain) — Francesca Nicoli on lead vocals.

10:33PM-10:36PM (3:10Ciccada “The Finest of Miracles: 4(as Fall the Leaves)” from The Finest of Miracles (2015) on Fading Records (Italy) — Evangelina Kozoni on lead vocals.

10:36PM Set break — Set three: Some Pagan/Celtic music

10:37PM-10:42PM (5:37Faun “Von den Elben” from Licht (2003) on Curzweyhl(Germany)

10:43PM-10:46PM (3:28Kosmos “Pelli” from Salattu maailma (2013) — Päivi Kylmänen on lead vocals.

10:46PM-10:50PM (4:39Seven Reizh “Enora ha Maël” from Strinkadenn Ys(2001) on Yaka (France)

10:51PM Set break

10:52PM-10:56PM (4:33Thieves' Kitchen “The Weaver” from One for Sorrow, Two for Joy (Rock, 2013) on Thieves' Kitchen (UK) — Amy Darby on lead vocals.

10:57PM-11:01PM (4:32North Sea Radio Orchestra “When Things Fall Apart” from I a Moon (2011) on The Household Mark (UK) — Sharron Fortnum on lead vocals.

11:01PM Station ID

11:01PM-11:05PM (4:42Amarok “Final” from Quentadharken (2004) on Luna Negra (Spain) — Marta Segura on lead vocals.

11:06PM Set break — Set four: Some longer songs

11:08PM-11:14PM (6:16Porcelain Moon “parts” from ...as It Were, Here and There (Rock, 2011) on Musea Parallele (France) — Charlotta Kerbs on lead vocals.

11:13PM-11:18PM (5:44Corde Oblique “La città dagli occhi neri” composed by Riccardo Prencipe from The Stones of Naples (World, 2009) on Prikosnovenie(Spain) — Caterina Pontrandolfo on lead vocals.

11:19PM-11:25PM (6:32Fauns “Scenes from a Dream” from Awaiting the Sun(2011)

11:24PM-11:31PM (7:51Leafblade “Oak Machine” from The Kiss of Spirit and Flesh (Rock, 2013) on Kscope (UK)

11:32PM-11:40PM (8:39Comus “The sacrifice” from Out of the Coma (2012) onComus Music (France)

11:39PM Set break — Final set:

11:40PM-11:45PM (5:15The Opium Cartel “The last rose of summer” fromNight Blooms (2009) on Termo Records (USA) — Rachel Haden on lead vocals.

11:45PM-11:50PM (5:18Espers “Cruel Storm” from Espers II (2006) on Wichita Recordings (USA) — Meg Baird on lead vocals.

11:50PM-12:00AM (10:39Aalto “Kuun Tytär” from Ikaro (2014) on Presence Records (Finland) — Petra Poutanen on lead vocals.

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https://progisaliveandwell.blogspot.com/
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