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Eclectic Prog definition

The term 'eclectic' in the context of progressive rock describes a summation of elements from various musical sources, and the influences and career paths of bands that take from a wide range of genres or styles. While progressive music can be, in a larger sense, eclectic, the 'Eclectic Prog' term is specially meant to reference bands that trespass the boundaries of established Progressive Rock genres or that blend many influences.

Eclectic Prog combines hybrids of style and diversity of theme, promoting many elements from different sources. The Eclectic category recognizes bands that evolved markedly over their career (in a progressive, evolutionary way), or have a plural style without a clear referential core.

The basic features lie within the music's variety, rich influences, art tendencies and classic prog rock elements. Among the representative bands are KING CRIMSON, VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR, and GENTLE GIANT.

- written by Ricochet (Victor)

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Eclectic Prog Top Albums


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4.61 | 3616 ratings
IN THE COURT OF THE CRIMSON KING
King Crimson
4.53 | 2846 ratings
RED
King Crimson
4.49 | 1712 ratings
GODBLUFF
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.41 | 2424 ratings
LARKS' TONGUES IN ASPIC
King Crimson
4.42 | 1829 ratings
PAWN HEARTS
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.35 | 1404 ratings
IN A GLASS HOUSE
Gentle Giant
4.31 | 1384 ratings
H TO HE, WHO AM THE ONLY ONE
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.29 | 1616 ratings
OCTOPUS
Gentle Giant
4.33 | 706 ratings
THE SILENT CORNER AND THE EMPTY STAGE
Hammill, Peter
4.29 | 1306 ratings
THE POWER AND THE GLORY
Gentle Giant
4.29 | 1266 ratings
STILL LIFE
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.28 | 1257 ratings
FREE HAND
Gentle Giant
4.25 | 1264 ratings
ACQUIRING THE TASTE
Gentle Giant
4.22 | 1174 ratings
VOYAGE OF THE ACOLYTE
Hackett, Steve
4.27 | 448 ratings
ANABELAS
Bubu
4.27 | 400 ratings
BANTAM TO BEHEMOTH
Birds And Buildings
4.25 | 358 ratings
MEMENTO Z BANALNYM TRYPTYKIEM
SBB
4.20 | 632 ratings
SLEEPING IN TRAFFIC: PART TWO
Beardfish
4.16 | 729 ratings
SPECTRAL MORNINGS
Hackett, Steve
4.31 | 196 ratings
1000 AUTUNNI
Ske

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Replikas

Latest Eclectic Prog Music Reviews


 All Will Be Changed by FRUMPY album cover Studio Album, 1970
3.60 | 56 ratings

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All Will Be Changed
Frumpy Eclectic Prog

Review by Tarcisio Moura
Prog Reviewer

3 stars I had never heard of this German band until recently, when a friend borrowed me their interesting debut album. I was expecting some kraurock ou space rock stuff and instead what I got was a very blues-rock instrumental trio without guitar (only keyboards, bass and drums) backing a unique vocalist. I was quite surprised by their singer Inga Rumpf: her strong, low registered, bluesy vocals could easily pass by as a man´s voice sometimes. The results are quite stunning, although hardly groundbreaking: in fact, if they were american or english they would be just another band in the same vein of Atomic Rooster, Paladin or Chicken Shack. There are some experimentalism thrown in here and there, but quite what was expected from the time, including the infamous drum solo (a short one, fortunately). For most of the time french keyboardist Jean-Jacques Kravetz runs the show with his above average skills on the Hammond organ, but the rhythm section is equally very good and versatile.

The songs are ok, I guess. Not really my cup of tea, but good for the style and sometimes Kravetz adds some classical influenced themes for good measure, which I liked. They were surely different from most that was being produced in Germany. And certainly they had both the skills and knack for writing decent songs to develop their sound much further.

If you like the style, go for it. Frumpy could be on par with the best organ based blues rock bands of the time. Although All Will Be Changed was not a CD that shook my world, it did spur my curiosity enough to try to get its follow up. And the music here is quite enjoyable too. A nice discovery.

Rating: 3,5 stars.

 Prog Noir by STICK MEN album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.91 | 63 ratings

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Prog Noir
Stick Men Eclectic Prog

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

4 stars This is my first trip into STICK MEN territory and it won't be my last. I'm such a fan of that KING CRIMSON style that is dark, heavy and complex. Having Pat Mastelotto and Tony Levin both KING CRIMSON members on board is reason enough alone for me to be surprised I haven't checked these guys out yet. Markus Reuter rounds out this American power trio who are obviously riding the "Make America great again" wave adding his Touch guitars to Levin's Chapman Stick and Pat's muscular drumming.

I became an instant fan when the sounds of "Prog Noir" started to come out of my stereo. So much depth and it's dark as the vocals join in. Lots of atmosphere as well. Simply ground-shaking and where's that repeat button. "Mantra" is another killer track as the first four tunes are. Outbursts of heaviness in this dark atmosphere to start before it settles in with Stick and Touch guitars. The drums and dark atmosphere continue, I'm such a sucker for this type of music.

"Plutonium" is an innovative track with some really cool lyrics. Spoken words and plenty of humour on this one and I like the nods to other bands as the vocalist says "Cue the music of..." and then says the band's name then we get a snippet of their music played by STICK MEN. This happens a few times including YES being mentioned and the song "Roundabout" getting a brief cover by these guys. What an entertaining track! "The Tempest" has a catchy beat and it's very KING CRIMSON-like as these deep, almost spoken vocals join in. Man four really good songs in a row. "Schattenhaft" is fairly uptempo and it turns heavier before a minute. So impressive after 3 minutes, especially the guitar, and the drumming 4 minutes in to the end has my approval.

"Rose In The Sand/ Requiem" is mellow and pretty as the title would suggest. The second half that starts around 2 1/2 minutes in called "Requiem" is slower with more atmosphere and I like it better than the first part. "Leonardo" is also fairly laid back and quite beautiful with intricate sounds although there's quite a bit of depth here. It calms right down late and it's emotional. "Trey's Continuum" has all these intricate sounds coming and going and it's even better when it turns heavier a minute in. So good! The guitar starts to create some noise then a calm arrives around 2 1/2 minutes in, very KING CRIMSON-like.

"Embracing The Sun" has this catchy beat and I love the drumming. This is complex like "Discipline" by KC with all those intricate sounds weaving around each other. A highlight for sure. "Never The Same" is lighter sounding to start and quite uplifting then the drums and some deep sounds join in changing it completely and that for the better as the vocals join in. Man that drumming and sound before 3 1/2 minutes is almost TOOL-like. The guitar then soars as the drums pound 5 minutes in. That opening theme is back before it ends with static-like noise.

One of the years best in my opinion, I think 4.5 stars is about right. I'm so into this album! I will be checking out some of their earlier ones like "Deep" and "Soup" along with the live one "Midori".

 Frumpy Live by FRUMPY album cover Live, 1973
3.38 | 22 ratings

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Frumpy Live
Frumpy Eclectic Prog

Review by Rivertree
Special Collaborator PSIKE Team & Band Submissions

3 stars Life (live) keeps going ... just another album which has been a reliable compagnion next to me during the 70's. I was always fascinated by Inga's unique while somewhat raw singing voice. Just given with the same importance it went with, let's say, Renaissance and Annie Haslam or Jefferson Airplane and Grace Slick (though musically of course not really comparable, I know). Just another attraction in general is keyboard wizzard Jean-Jacques Kravetz, who's excelling with his solos during diverse jamming parts.

On a special side note, not joking, most of the songs have been recorded in my close neighborhood. This means 10 respectively 15 kilometers away from my hometown, which is still the same 'til today. Far away from a cultural metropolis. Not that this has been a special attraction to me for a long time actually. But today, yeah, 45!!! years since then, when listening to this again ... I'm wondering, back then, it must be a real thing, that I have attended the gig at Bünde in April 1972 above all. Man, if I ever would have have kept a log about such things.

Anyway, you should know, it's not that unusual when considering the recording era, that the songs are presented in a strong heavy blues rock outfit. Where some of them are rather decent, I'd like to underline Singing Songs at first, a marvelous blues tune which shines with perfect vocals. Duty comes as the album's absolute highlight. It's an 18 minutes lasting joy of playing, with a lot of prominent guitar and hammond interaction. While rich in contrast, provided with way more progressive characteristics, always associated with the band name, my alltime FRUMPY favourite is manifested by Take Care Of Illusion.

Completing the best-of ranks here, finally let me also mention the jamming stand out track Release which shows them experimenting quite a bit. This also includes the obligatory or maybe essential drum solo. Overall the album is not what prog purists are looking for. Fans of rrrrrrocking live performances though can't fail here. I mean those gigs where the band is featuring a lot of prowess and acting very close to 100 percent. Nice remembrance, at turbulent times nonetheless, for diverse reasons. Although being prolific and successful, surprisingly the group was disbanded in 1972 for the first time - 3.5 stars.

 Do Not Disturb by VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.65 | 93 ratings

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Do Not Disturb
Van Der Graaf Generator Eclectic Prog

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Is this VDGG's final act? I would be very surprised if this isn't their last studio album, especially with how reflective this album is and the lyrics seem to point to this. I think for me that's part of my faults with this record as it comes across almost like a dirge overall with the vocals being the focus much of the time. Some have said this is more like a Peter Hammill solo album which I can appreciate. On the final track "Go" Peter sings "Time to leave, close the door" and it ends with these final words "It's time to let go" and I have to say this is a sad record, it really is. Of course even the album's title and cover indicate retirement.

David Jackson is not here so they're a trio like on the last album. They have added a lot of complex passages despite how reflective this often is which is why I picked this up in the first place, I was curious. "Present" was their first comeback album and by far my favourite of this last period of the band. I also have to say that there's a line in the song "Alfa Berlina" that for me sums up why so many bands from the golden era fail to make anything close to what they did when they were young and those words are "But when I think about the way it was we were recklessly alive." That fire and passion of youth and just starting out can't be bottled or bought and it's rare, really rare to see in an older band.

"Aloft" and the next track are my two favourites. This starts out as one of those reflective songs as fragile vocals join the relaxed guitar and cymbal melody a minute in. A change though after 2 1/2 minutes as it picks up with organ, accordion, drums and vocals. A third theme arrives that's nastier and more passionate. That second theme is back at 4 1/2 minutes before the opening theme returns to end it at 6 1/2 minutes. An inventive tune. "Alfa Berlina" is experimental to start with lots of samples. Spoken vocals in atmosphere will take over before we get the main melody before 1 1/2 minutes. The lyrics are so meaningful. A change 4 minutes in as it turns experimental and sparse again and the spoken vocals return like earlier. Back to the main melody a minute later. "Room 1210" is mellow with piano, cymbals and reserved vocals. Accordion and drums join in as well. It kicks in before 1 1/2 minutes with a brighter mood. It continues to change though as it calms down after 3 1/2 minutes.

"Forever Falling" is one I can't get into. A catchy beat to start as the vocals join in. The vocals are faster paced 2 minutes in as is the punchy instrumental work. Back to that opening theme before 4 minutes to the end. "Shikata Ga Nai" is almost haunting, kind of exotic too while a chamber music vibe is felt in this dark piece. "(Oh No! I Must Have Said)Yes" is one I can't get into with that abrasive sound with heavy drums. It changes though to a surprising jazzy motif before 3 minutes but then this abrasive guitar starts to come and go over top that I don't like. "Brought To Book" is mellow with a beat, piano and reserved vocals. Organ and drums arrive as it picks up around 2 minutes, vocals too. Back to the opening theme a minute later then it kicks in to a higher gear but the tempo will continue to shift.

"Almost The Words" is a sad dirge-like tune with sad vocals, piano, percussion and atmosphere. A change at 4 1/2 minutes as fast paced keys and drums take over as multi-vocals come in over top. The organ kicks in before 6 1/2 minutes with prominent bass and drums. I want more of this last part because I feel that's what's missing here and these guys can deliver but I think it's more about the farewell. And speaking of farewell the final song is "Go" which opens with spacey organ and sounds before these fragile vocals join in around a minute.

A sad and reflective album that doesn't scratch that itch for me but it comes across as being a must-have considering the circumstances. For the music 3 stars for lyrics 4 stars.

 Vortex by MOUTH album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.00 | 1 ratings

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Vortex
Mouth Eclectic Prog

Review by Rivertree
Special Collaborator PSIKE Team & Band Submissions

— First review of this album —
4 stars That was quite a surprise at the end of the last year, when Chris informed me about a new album the band has at the start. Well, in the first place, I don't really mean to consider the relatively long hibernation since their debut in 2009 came out. A little more though I'd like to emphasize the evolution regarding the musical approach in general. Back in the days 'Rhizome' was made of heavy art rock songs, provided with an eclectic touch ... but 'Vortex' yet is full of psych and kraut rock stuff, sort of sounding like an early 1970's treasure, incidentally detected somewhere in the attic or cellar recently.

Superficially it seems so, but it's not. Hailing from Cologne multi-instrumentalist Christian Koller is the driving force when it comes to this new songs, which were recorded between 2011 and 2015. He's handling the guitar, bass (mostly), vocals, diverse keyboard instruments and is responsible for the music and lyrics. The concept expresses a time and space travel right up to a dystopian future, the Vortex precisely. This will end in an epilogue which describes a hopeless, disenchanting state of affairs. Well, somewhat trendy, or what? While possibly born out of more and more mixed feelings our society provides in these days. Which, at least spontaneously, doesn't force a very positive expectation really.

Come what may, I will take this as a warning to mankind. And the music will not get you down, promised. As the word has different meanings, music-wise you can also see this as a vortex of impressions, emotions, at best presented by the extended title track. Besides the tricky guitar work, here we have plentiful mellotron, hammond, moog and piano underway. March Of The Cyclopes appears as a march in delirium mode, fantastic! My current favourite. Soaring multi-tracked guitars at the beginning. The krautish drums are perfectely complementing when the band switches into a halting groove, provided with flippy as well as hallucinogenic synthesizer adds. Incorporating a looping moog the hypnotic Parade sets the focus on the keys by way of example.

'The sun was fading everywhere' - yes, Epilogue actually expresses a rather melancholic, depressive mood right from the beginning. This will be replaced though by those inevitable hidden tracks, for example the repetitive Pedalboattrip, another highlight for sure. The second one Floating - End Theme then surprises with sitar, clavinet and obvious pop influences. As for a rough orientation this comes akin to the sound of bands like Turzi, Vibravoid, Cranium Pie and similar, also incorporating some progressivity ... of the Beatles let's say. In short, picking up the spirit of the 'old days' the album is a consistent listening pleasure, should not be ignored, at least when it comes to declared psych and kraut rock fans.

 Crafty Hands by HAPPY THE MAN album cover Studio Album, 1978
3.88 | 182 ratings

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Crafty Hands
Happy The Man Eclectic Prog

Review by poito

5 stars Crafty hands those of the band that play so beautifully. This is the second album of a major band that was born a bit late, after Prog music went down when the Prog heroes of the early 70's were giving up or selling their souls by the pound. Some of their heirs kept it high in the backstage of the big business that music had become. They had little air, but many as Happy the Men belong to the major leagues by own merits. The first eponymous release was simply a jewel of Prog, and their finesse keeps intact in this Crafty Hands. What a wonder for music lovers. Don't know how else to describe what you`ll get here. The guys admitted a strong influence by the early 70's classics, but I do not see it, at least not that marked. Sometimes, the genius inside is so powerful that inputs have little influence on outputs, even if the brains do love the inputs. Does it make sense for you?

If you are about my age (you know, too young to die) and never listened to them before, you'll get a nice surprise as I did (and I blame the damned disc-business for ruining it all by promoting only money-makers, they got what they deserved and I thank piracy for that), but if you are newer, don't be impatient, listen to the album 3-4 times before you decide whether it is a 3 or a 5. Those disqualifying old guys don't get quite that we already know old music and Crafty Hands is and will always be new music. You know what that means, just train your taste a little bit. Don't miss it. These guys create!

 Second Album by CURVED AIR album cover Studio Album, 1971
3.60 | 172 ratings

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Second Album
Curved Air Eclectic Prog

Review by SteveG

4 stars Curved Air's unimaginatively titled Second Album, for all it's dour melancholy, is an album of full-blown classically influenced prog that features standout ensemble playing, along with much improved vocals from Sonja Kristina. Francis Monkman expands his role on the the VCS-3 synthesizer along with suplying eerie swirls from the mellotron and organ when he's not accompanying Daryl Way'a multi tracked electric violin with some classically tinged piano. Monkman also ups his game in electric guitar playing with both very clean leads and wonderfully distorted chords.

The first five songs are still, more or less, in the verse, chorus, bridge, verse and chorus variety, and are dominated by Way's somber violin or Monkman's funky electric piano, as evidenced on the UK hit "Back Street Love". Again, the emphasis on these songs is on the mood of the music and the somber lyrics that are delivered quite well by Kristina, in a style and sound now reminiscent of Renaissance's Annie Haslam, but clearly lacking Haslam's incredible power and multi octave range.

Where this album gets interesting is with the last three songs penned completely by Monkman that breakout of the standard pop song format and go head long into odd tempos and time signatures. Kristina does well to handle the lyrics and phrasing necessary to stretch over this material without the song's sounding too awkward. Way is in full compliment to Monkman's more jazzy free form vision, as are drummer Florian Pinkington-Miksa and temporary bassist Ian Erye. (It seems that Curved Air went through bass players like Spinal Tap went through drummers.)

This synergy would not last after the group's third album which would go into almost a free form format from the get-go. However, the balance found on Curved Air's Second Album of classical and hard rocking prog would be the best from the first incarnation of this band.

Cleaner and better mixed album production, when compared to the band's debut album Airconditioning, helps to place Second Album close to a four star rating.

 Playing Live At One Music Fest by ICHTHYANDER DAD'S ONLY DOLPHIN album cover Live, 2015
4.00 | 1 ratings

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Playing Live At One Music Fest
Ichthyander Dad's Only Dolphin Eclectic Prog

Review by rdtprog
Special Collaborator Prog Metal / Heavy Prog Team

— First review of this album —
4 stars The band has one release and it's a reunion concert recorded live in 2014 even though the band was formed in 1994. The band through some line-up changes decided to revisit some old songs and write some new songs. The music is mostly a combination of Jazz fusion and Progressive Rock inspired by King Crimson, Frank Zappa, Mahavishnu Orchestra, and others with many instruments to add to the richness of the sound. The music is not without reference to many bands from the Japanese scene who has played this kind of Jazz Fusion and also because the last song "Comeback To Life" is heavily influenced by Japanese music. There is also some classical music in a couple of songs to change the pace. So, this is for those who enjoy some intense instrumental Jazz fusion and King Crimson. In fact, on the CD, you get the cover of "Starless" and you can watch the whole thing on DVD.
 Phantasmagoria by CURVED AIR album cover Studio Album, 1972
3.82 | 198 ratings

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Phantasmagoria
Curved Air Eclectic Prog

Review by SteveG

3 stars Phantasmogoria is the third studio album by the celebrated prog ensemble Curved Air which features founding members Daryl Way on electric violin and Frances Monkman on keyboards, guitar and proto electronica. Along with founding member Sonja Kristina, the band had firmly established, for better or worse, their vision of early 70's progressive rock. The groups' sound, at this stage, was firmly marked out by playing songs with odd or jazzy time signatures such as 12/8, 9/8, 5/4, and even plaintive 6/8, with Kristina trying like hell to match her vocal delivery to these tempos before she runs out of breath. As truly progressive as this approach is, its an acquired taste. Edgy and dramatic jazz rhythms can easily come off as jerky and manic when vocals are placed on top of them.

That being said, the songs that work the best are the Way composed "Marie Antoinette" which is accompanied by an excellent synth played by Way and is one of those grandiose classically tinged prog songs that somehow survives it's lyrical pretentiousness. Followed immediately by the Kristina penned ballad "Melinda (More or Less)" which is a folk like song reminiscent, both lyrically and musically, of the sentimental ballads of the Strawbs' Dave Cousins. However, the band goes quickly south after this with the brass accompanied "Not Quite The Same" kicking off into it's manic rhythms with Kristina vocally trying to play catch up and clumsily trying to paste lyrics over the song's galloping rhythms and melodies. Even in the slightly slowed down sections, she still sounds awkward, and this sets the stage for the album's remaining songs.

What makes these gallivanting song and vocal concoctions suffer even more is Frances Monkman's arrangements of horns and annoying xylophone accompaniment on the album's last two "epic" prog songs "Over And Above" and "Once A Ghost, Always A Ghost", which renders these two songs in the clichéd realms of cheesiness. The few brief electronic/synth manipulated experimental pieces from Monkman seem out of place and offer no respite to his overproduced songs.

On the upside, Kristina's vocals are much more palpable on Phastamogoria with the rough edges firmly tucked away, but that does little to aid the album. As I said, Phantasmogoria is a record of truly progressive rock music, but it's not the kind that I like. Others may differ and if they find enjoyment in this album, nobody would be more pleased than I.

 Alados by HOMÍNIDO album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.00 | 2 ratings

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Alados
Homínido Eclectic Prog

Review by ProgShine
Collaborator Errors & Omissions Team

3 stars It's not very easy for me to give a low rating for the second album by the Chilean band Homínido. I want to like the album in general, but it's just hard to.

The concept of the album is unique: they talk about the different types of birds found in the band's native land (Chile) and how their personalities may be related to human characteristics.

Couple this fact with the beautiful artwork on the cover and the booklet and my curiosity was high. I had listened to the band's previous album, Estirpe Lítica, but it did not excite me very much, anyway, I decided to give the band a new chance by listening to their new album Alados.

The truth is that Homínido is a good band and has good ideas (musically and otherwise), but it is also true that the sound of the band got lost a bit in the recording process. The production of the album is lacking and it is confusing, instruments everywhere (not always harmonized) and uneven sounds everywhere. Even with the interesting mix of elements (which at times remembers a bit the Brazilian band Los Hermanos - not a Progressive band) Alados is not much superior to the debut album and doesn't have that to offer in the end.

The new vocalist, Javier Briceńo, is good, I like his voice, but in tracks like 'Vari' (a track that should have been cut off from the record) he is totally out of context, not to mention that there is not much variation in his vocal lines, but to be honest, there is not much variation in the sound of the band here for him to work with anyway. The fact that the album is almost 64 minutes long does not help much either.

I would like to see the band more tight and with a more professional recording, I believe this would do well for them, because the ideas and talent they have!

2.5 stars actually!

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Eclectic Prog bands/artists list

Bands/Artists Country
16 DEADLY IMPROVS United States
17F Switzerland
4/3 DE TRIO France
8 DAYS IN APRIL Germany
A.C.T Sweden
ABRETE GANDUL Chile
ABSOLUTE ELSEWHERE United Kingdom
ABSURDCUS Romania
ACADEMIE OF FARSIDE Indonesia
ACINTYA France
ADVENT United States
AFFINITY United Kingdom
AKO DOMA Slovakia
AKRITAS Greece
AKT Italy
JEAN-PIERRE ALARCEN France
ALBATROS Germany
ALCO FRISBASS France
ALEXL Brazil
ALGERNON United States
ALLOMERUS Australia
ALON United States
ALPHA RALPHA France
ALQUILBENCIL Spain
ALQUIN Netherlands
ALTABLANCA Argentina
ALTAIR Spain
ALTERNATIV QUARTET Romania
ALTERS Poland
MICHEL ALTMAYER France
AMPLEDEED United States
APERCO Israel
COSTE APETREA Sweden
APPLE BELLS Poland
ARBATEL Mexico
ARDO DOMBEC Germany
AREKNAMÉS Italy
ART AND ILLUSION Italy
ARTCANE France
PETER ASHBY United Kingdom
THE ASHQELON QUILT Israel
ASTRID PRÖLL Puerto Rico
ATHELSTONE Malta
ATLANTIDE France
AUDIENCE United Kingdom
AUDIO VISIONS United States
AUNT MARY Norway
AVE ROCK Argentina
AVIATOR United Kingdom
ÁVORA DI CARLLA Brazil
AXON-NEURON United States
BAD ALCHEMY United States
VLADIMIR BADIROV Uzbekistan
BAG France
DAVID BAGSBY United States
BAKU LLAMA United States
FRANCK BALESTRACCI France
BARBARO Hungary
BARRACUDA TRIANGLE Sweden
AL BASIM Iraq
BASTA! Italy
BATABEAT Canada
BEAR IS DRIVING United States
BEARDFISH Sweden
ADRIAN BELEW United States
SERGIO BENCHIMOL Brazil
IL BERLIONE Japan
MICHAEL BERNIER United States
BIRDS AND BUILDINGS United States
BLOQUE Spain
THE BOB LAZAR STORY New Zealand
BOOTCUT Sweden
EMMANUEL BOOZ France
BORDERLINE SYNDROME Greece
EDUARDO BORT Spain
BRAINSTATIK United States
VYTAS BRENNER Venezuela
BRIGHTEYE BRISON Sweden
BUBBLEMATH United States
BUBU Argentina
JEAN-LOUIS BUCCHI France
BUDKA SUFLERA Poland
C & K VOCAL Czech Republic
CABEZAS DE CERA Mexico
CALLE DEBAUCHE United States
CAMERA CHIARA Italy
NEIL CAMPBELL COLLECTIVE United Kingdom
CANGACEIRO Chile
JOSE CARBALLIDO Spain
CARPE DIEM France
CARPET Germany
CARTOON Brazil
CASTLE FUSION Italy
CATAPILLA United Kingdom
CENTENAIRE France
CHAMELEON United States
CICCADA Greece
CIRCLES END Norway
CIRCUS Switzerland
CIRKUS United Kingdom
BARRY CLEVELAND United States
CLOUDS ON STRINGS United States
CMU United Kingdom
COLONEL CLAYPOOL'S BUCKET OF BERNIE BRAINS United States
CONSIDER THE SOURCE United States
THE COWBOYS FROM HELL Switzerland
CRIME IN CHOIR United States
CRÓ! Spain
THE CRYSTAL SUN United Kingdom
CULPEPER'S ORCHARD Denmark
CURVED AIR United Kingdom
CZAR United Kingdom
DAAL Italy
THE DAEDALUS SPIRIT ORCHESTRA France
DAGMÄHR Canada
DALTONIA Chile
DARK AETHER PROJECT United States
DAYS BETWEEN STATIONS United States
GUILLAUME DE LA PILIERE France
DEBOCO France
DIAGONAL United Kingdom
DICE Sweden
DIONYSOS Canada
DISCORDIA Finland
DISEN GAGE Russia
DISTINGUISHED PANEL OF EXPERTS Multi-National
DJAM KARET United States
JULIUS DOBOS Hungary
WILLIAM D. DRAKE United Kingdom
DREADNAUGHT United States
DREADNOUGHT United States
DRIFT United States
EARTH SIZE DIAMONDS United States
EAST OF EDEN United Kingdom
ECHOES France
EDENSONG United States
EFECTO Chile
EKSEPTION Netherlands
ELEKTRYK BESTIA United States
EMMETT ELVIN United Kingdom
EMPTY SPACE ORCHESTRA United States
EPIDERMIS Germany
ERE G Canada
ERIK BARON & D-ZAKORD France
ESPERANTO Multi-National
ESTHEMA United States
ET CETERA Canada
EVELINE'S DUST Italy
EXCLUSIVE RAJA France
EXPERIMENTAL Chile
EXPERIMENTAL QUINTET Romania
FAMILY United Kingdom
FANTASIA Finland
FETUS MAXIMUS Finland
OLIVIER FEUILLERAT France
FINNEUS GAUGE United States
FLASH United Kingdom
FLÄSKET BRINNER Sweden
FLIGHT United States
THE FLOCK United States
HUGO FLORES Portugal
FOND OF TIGERS Canada
FONDERIA Italy
FOXTROT Norway
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