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    Posted: February 02 2012 at 10:48
Hello,

Today we have a special update, with some music you MUST NOT MISS. So, please, check out:

* Raven Sad - Layers Of Stratosphere
* Lagartija - Particelle
* Telergy - The Exodus
* Acid Empire - Acid Empire
* Introvision - 08:36:59

If you have trouble actually buying certain releases, e-mail Progstreaming. Praise, complaints, suggestions on what to stream, or just any feedback is - as always - more than welcome.

Enjoy the music!

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Post Options Post Options   Quote progstreaming Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 05 2012 at 12:18
Sorry for the spam (is it?) but I'm personally very enthusiastic about this release, and I just want everybody to hear this:

http://www.progstreaming.com/2012/02/05/dark-suns-orange/

It's soooo good Smile 
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Ah, I see this thread is read at least by one person (= the moderator). 
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I get most of these updates by email, so I half read it. Wink
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Epignosis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 05 2012 at 15:33
I use progstreaming quite often, especially when the filter is on at work.  It filters a lot of streaming music websites but progstreaming isn't one of them.  Cool
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Ghehe.

Now that I've got your attention, I need some tips for new CDs. I've got some 20 left for the next couple of weeks, but it's a bit quiet.

Gotta be not older than 6 months though, or upcoming.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Andy Webb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 05 2012 at 15:44
March should be pretty bumpin' with new releases, with new ones from The Mars Volta, Meshuggah, Portnoy/Morse/Morse/LaRue/McPherson's new band Flying Colors, OSI, and a few others I can't think of.

Oh and Gavin Harrison & 05ric's new effort is coming out in a few weeks IIRC.
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The forthcoming RPWL, if they want it on there.
A few recent additions to the PA database:
Glass Kites
Churn Milk Joan
Gandalf's Project
Zerothehero

All with new albums out in recent weeks and months.

Nagakanya - French band with an album out just now on Musea.

Effloresce - German band with their debut out on fledgling label Generation Prog Records these days.

IOEarth has a new album out these days too.
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2012
- January: 
Alias Eye "In between"
Profusion "RewoToweR"
TEE "Trans-Europe Expression"
Marco Minnemann  “Evil Smiles Of Beauty”/”Sound Of Crime”
Paul Cusick "P'dice"
Delusion Squared "II"
IOEarth "Moments"
Aldo Tagliapietra "Nella pietra e nel vento"
L'Ombra Della Sera "L'Ombra Della Sera" (from members of Maschera di Cera)
Landmarq  "Entertaining Angels"

- February:
Dean Watson  “Imposing Elements”
Cross "Wake Up Call"
Motorpsycho "The Death Defying Unicorn"
Steve Hogarth & Richard Barbieri  "Not The Weapon But The Hand"
InVertigo "Veritas"
Nexus "Air"
Kotebel "Concerto for Piano and Electric Ensemble"
Citizen Cain "The Skies Darkened"
Gavin Harrison & 05Ric “The Man Who Sold Himself”
Gazpacho "March of Ghosts"

- Spring:
4Front "Malice in Wonderland"
Astra "The Black Chord"
Flying Colors "Flying Colors"
Hostsonaten "The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner"
Steve Thorne "Crimes and Reasons"
Anathema "Weather Systems"
Jethro Tull's  Ian Anderson "Thick As A Brick 2: Whatever Happened to Gerald Bostock"
Frames "IN VIA"

2011
Zerothehero "Horror Vacui"
Balloon Astronomy  "Balloon Astronomy"
Cast  "Cast Art"
The Future Kings Of England  "Who Is This Who Is Coming"
Aethellis "Northumbria"
Karfagen “Lost Symphony”
Paidarion “Behind the Curtains”
Edison's Children  "In The Last Waking Moments"
Hipgnosis "Relusion"
Nine Books "Nine Books"


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Great, keep em coming!

RPWL I'll do in March. Aethellis is also in. Edison's Children I'll do only for one week. Cross is also in (like everything Progress). Alias Eye is in (like everything Progrock).

Other labels I stream everything, without having to need further permission are AltrOck, 10T, Black Widow, Lynx, Musea, Glassville, Karisma, a few others I forgot.

Some labels just don't respond, like K-Scope. Often the bands or artists themselves give permission though. Finally there are some labels who just don't 'believe' in streaming, which are InsideOut (Thomas), Cuneiform (Steve), The Laser's Edge (Ken), F2 (Dave) and Frontiers (Marcello). Maybe (hopefully) they'll come around soon. I've tried my best!

Anyway, I like to share the new Raven Sad was listened to 1471 times since on-line last Thursday. Agents Of Mercy is more than 2400 times right now. On an average, streams receive a thousand listens in a fortnight, up untill 3000 listens in the whole duration of the stream.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Windhawk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 06 2012 at 05:32
I guess you have been in touch with Mellow Records, Galileo Records and Lizard Records? And MALS? Checking out the labels here might be an idea. Some aren't alive anymore and some are sublabels, but should be a few there you haven't been in touch with.
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Yes, yes, yes and yes. All support Progstreaming. Also that label that's doing Mystery... Unicorn. But thanks for the link, I'm sure to find some new stuff!
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I hope you load the new Astra - I know I will be listening to that!



Hearing Raven Sad right now - and YES that is working or me.... terrific music


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Originally posted by AtomicCrimsonRush

I hope you load the new Astra - I know I will be listening to that!



Hearing Raven Sad right now - and YES that is working or me.... terrific music


I've send a press-release to Astra. Thanks!

Yeah, Raven Sad was a surprise for me too. Right up there with Airbag's latest, IMHO.
Try Lagartija too, right next to it. It's different (more in the vein of Paatos), but I'm pretty sure you'll enjoy it too.
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Hello,

Some amazing new stuff at Progstreaming. New are:

* Sylvan - Sceneries (check the competition, see below!)
* Dark Suns - Orange
* Montresor - Daylight
* Diversion Voice - Underwater (buy it with 3D-glasses, or download it for free)
* Exawatt - Among Different Sights

Already mentioned in the previous extra update, but too good to miss are:

* Raven Sad - Layers Of Stratosphere (listened to more than 1500 times since Thursday!)
* Lagartija - Particelle (listened to more than 1200 times since Thursday!)
* Telergy - The Exodus
* Acid Empire - Acid Empire
* Introvision - 08:36:59

Popular streams also are as of now: Arena, DeeExpus, After, Syncromind Project (that one is for free), ExCubus, Yuka & Chronoship, Autumn, The Psychedelic Ensemble, Agents Of Mercy (more than 2500 listens!), Eye 2 Eye, Ignatius, After Crying and Light Coorporation.

Last chance listens:
Next Monday the following will be removed: Brighteye Brison, Glass Hammer, Discipline, Garden Wall, 66Crusher, Meniscus, The Anabasis, Damian Wilson, Wally, Gazpacho, Transatlantic and Neal Morse. Check them out again, see if they're worth your money!

Sylvan competition!
The band themselves offered us three copies of "Sceneries" to give away. All you have to do is tell Progstreaming:
* Why you want to win "Sceneries",
* What your feelings are about at least one other albums at Progstreaming. Whether that's positive or negative.

Support Progstreaming. You know how.

Enjoy, and don't hesitate if you have any question, tip or complaint.

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Hi there,

Since our last newsletter 5 new CDs have been added to Progstreaming:

* Paul Cusick - P'dice
* Randy George - Action Reaction
* Aethellis - Northumbria
* Gandalf's Project - Insights
* AsZension - AsZension

Plus we have this new and exciting news:
* Progstreaming will endorse and cooperate with Progulator, a music blog for the pseudo sophisticated listener. Reviewer Matt Di Giordano will - under the moniker "Bite-sized Prog" review in small doses most (but not all) of the streams we present at Progstreaming. Surely a fun read! Every Saturday a new edition of Bite-sized Prog will appear, and the address is: http://progulator.com/reviews/bite-size-prog-intergalactic-troubadour-of-symphonic-fusion/. Highly recommended!
* Progstreaming will also cooperate, as of now, with Syn-Phonic, an e-store run by Greg Walker since the age of dawn. To say he's good, would be an understatement worth severe punishment. He has almost everything in stock, and he's famous for delivering what others can't. On top of that, he's cheap, fast and trustworthy. His site is very old-fashioned, like all good old fashioned progrock. We all hope he'll never change. Please do visit his site: http://synphonic.8m.com/. You will find a banner for Syn-Phonic at almost every stream.

Finally:
* Due to the success of Progstreaming the annual rate for copyright, to be paid to Dutch BUMA/Stemra has tripled! For that we are in serious need for sponsors or donations. You can use the PayPal donate button, or contact Progstreaming through this e-mail-address. Note that all money will directly flow to Progstreaming, and indirectly to the artists we stream.

Enjoy the music!

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Hi there!

6 CDs have been added to Progstreaming for your listening pleasure:

* Cross - Wake Up Call
* Field Music - Plumb
* Profusion - RewoToweR
* Paidarion - Behind The Curtains (check out the competition!)
* Cliffhanger - Dug Out Alive! (a compilation of a DVD, which contains 10 hours of music)
* Spiral - The Traveler (a free download!)

Competition:
* Progstreaming is giving away three items of the new Paidarion! Just e-mail your address, no questions asked this time!

Don't forget to check out Bit-size Prog, for mini-reviews (updated once a week) on many of our streams at Progstreaming! This is the link to it: http://progulator.com/reviews/bite-size-prog-intergalactic-troubadour-of-symphonic-fusion/.

Support Progstreaming by buying your favorite progressive rock using the banners. Our respected partners for now are:
* Synphonic (new!)
* Beyond Rock
* Just for Kicks
* Mindawn
* Amazon
* Bol
* ITunes
* Bandcamp

Although Progstreaming HQ is always searching the internet for new releases, we would surely need your recommendations. Maybe we've missed a gem, worthy for others to discover. Let us know!

Enjoy the music!
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Hi, how are you doing?

6 new CDs have been added to Progstreaming since our last newsletter:

* IOEarth - Moments
* Sebastian Hardie - Blueprint
* Centric Jones - The Anitkythera Method
* Falloch - Where Distant Spirits Remain
* Effloresce - Coma Ghosts
* Special Providence - Soul Alert

Last-chance listens!
As February comes to a close, we'll dust off the bottom half, and therefore the following albums will be removed within a few days. Hurry up if you want to listen to it, for there are some masterpieces among them!
* Ignatius - Lights From The Deep
* Light Coorperation - Rare Dialect
* After Crying - Creatura
* Herba D'Hameli - Girafes A Siberia
* Metus - In Memory Of My Lost Dreams
* Crystal Breed - The Place Unknown
* Soul Secret - Closer To Daylight
* Eye 2 Eye - The Wish
* Arena - The Seventh Degree Of Separation (one-month-only-stream).

Support Progstreaming by buying the CDs we stream. That's by far the best way to show your gratitude towards this site. Do this while using the links we submit. As for Amazon and Bol, don't forget we receive a % for EVERYTHING you buy. So now you know where to buy your birthday-presents!

Also, check out the new Bit-size Prog reviews over at our friends at Progulator: http://progulator.com/reviews/bite-size-prog-orange-a-color-i-hate-but-a-record-i-love/. They've also recently set up their own Facebook, so why don't you all join them: http://www.facebook.com/progulator.

Next week we'll have Edison's Children's brilliant album for streaming, but - it's only for one week. So be ready for that.

But for now, enjoy the music!
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Surprise!

Just moments ago Progstreaming put up a brand new stream, a real treat:

* Spock's Beard - The X Tour Live
The original package also comes with a DVD, so check this one out, and go ahead and buy it. If you've enjoyed 2010 "X", you will want this!

And now for something a bit more serious:

* Following the success of Progstreaming, the on-demand music-licenses have tripled. This is of course good news too, especially for the artists in question, but we don't want collapse under our own weight. So if you ever thought about supporting Progstreaming: now would be a good time. To motivate this: everyone donates $ 20 or more will automatically become a "Friend Of Progstreaming", which will come will all sorts of benefits soon to be announced.

Donating is easy: use the PayPal-button. If you don't have a PayPal-account, contact Progstreaming.

Don't worry, we won't go away without a fight!
Enjoy the X!

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Hello again,

5 more CDs, but beware: one of them is only for one week:

* A Liquid Landscape - Nightingale Express
* Dimension Act - Manifestations Of Progress
* Edison's Children - In The Last Waking Moments (only for one week!)
* Villebrad - Ampersand
* Collecting Space - Subside

Check out the new Bit-size Prog reviews at Progulator: http://progulator.com/reviews/bite-size-prog-not-just-guitar-albums/. Join them at their Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/progulator.

Also, check out the interactive progtop 20 of Progwereld. If you'll visit http://www.progwereld.org/cms/de-wereldse-10/ you will find the current top 20. The site is in Dutch, but of course you are permitted to vote for the April-edition. It's easy to vote and a great way to show your support to your current favorite CD! This month you can even win the new A Liquid Landscape!

Thanks to all the people who've donated to Progstreaming. Rewards will come this week! If you want to become a FRIEND OF PROGSTREAMING, donate at least 20 $ and you're set for this year. We will be able with your support to continue this site, and you'll be part-of-the-elite! This will of course come with benefits...

Meanwhile, enjoy the music!

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