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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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4.62 | 3923 ratings
IN THE COURT OF THE CRIMSON KING
King Crimson
4.54 | 3113 ratings
RED
King Crimson
4.48 | 1888 ratings
GODBLUFF
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.42 | 2652 ratings
LARKS' TONGUES IN ASPIC
King Crimson
4.42 | 2013 ratings
PAWN HEARTS
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.36 | 1544 ratings
IN A GLASS HOUSE
Gentle Giant
4.31 | 1512 ratings
H TO HE, WHO AM THE ONLY ONE
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.31 | 1449 ratings
THE POWER AND THE GLORY
Gentle Giant
4.30 | 1781 ratings
OCTOPUS
Gentle Giant
4.29 | 1393 ratings
STILL LIFE
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.28 | 1381 ratings
FREE HAND
Gentle Giant
4.31 | 785 ratings
THE SILENT CORNER AND THE EMPTY STAGE
Hammill, Peter
4.26 | 1392 ratings
ACQUIRING THE TASTE
Gentle Giant
4.23 | 1288 ratings
VOYAGE OF THE ACOLYTE
Hackett, Steve
4.27 | 515 ratings
ANABELAS
Bubu
4.24 | 454 ratings
BANTAM TO BEHEMOTH
Birds And Buildings
4.25 | 386 ratings
MEMENTO Z BANALNYM TRYPTYKIEM
SBB
4.19 | 676 ratings
SLEEPING IN TRAFFIC - PART TWO
Beardfish
4.13 | 1989 ratings
LIZARD
King Crimson
4.15 | 804 ratings
SPECTRAL MORNINGS
Hackett, Steve

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AEROLIT
Niemen, CzesŁaw
LE JOUR OŮ LES VACHES...
Booz, Emmanuel
L'ENFANT ASSASSIN DES MOUCHES
Vannier, Jean-Claude
DIAGONAL
Diagonal

Latest Eclectic Prog Music Reviews


 Half-Live by LIZARD album cover Studio Album, 2018
4.91 | 2 ratings

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Half-Live
Lizard Eclectic Prog

Review by wiz_d_kidd

5 stars Lizard is Lizard again!

I had been a long time fan of this Polish band, up until they released Master & M, when I noted in another review that their style had changed substantially, and not for the better (in my opinion). All that disappointment I had is now gone with this wonderful release.

Gone is the Damian-only vocal/guitar show that was Master & M. And also gone is the poor mixing that sent the rest of the band to inaudible oblivion. Back are the wonderfully melodic vocals of Damian Bydlinski -- pure tonal with no annoying runs or other embellishments -- vocals that fans will appreciate from the Spam era and before. Back are the wonderful compositions that feature all the band members unabashedly displaying their talented musicianship with ample time in the foreground. They're balanced again. They're Lizard again.

The lineup is the same as on Master & M, except for drummer Mariusz Szulakowski who returned to the band shortly after Master and M's release. The violin performance is un-credited, but a good guess is that it is Krzysztof Maciejowski who played with them on Spam and prior releases, and whose play is credited on Single Omen, a single released prior to this album. Welcome back to both of them! Mariusz wastes no time in making his presence known with some cool poly-rhythmic work at the start of the album (beginning around the 2:00 mark). I just wish Krzysztof had a greater violin presence, but what he does is truly sublime.

Interestingly, this album has only one track at 44 minutes. You might think that it comprises a bunch of unrelated passages, unceremoniously glued together, but in fact, the entire piece is well composed, flows seamlessly, and incorporates a recurring piano theme to tie it all together. Also interesting is the incorporation of excerpts from prior albums. The attentive listener will hear Bez Litosci, Pt. 2 from the album W Galerii Czasu at around the 32:55 mark.

Thank you, Lizard! Thank you for returning to your roots and your strengths. Four and a half stars, rounded up to five for the shear joy of having you back!

 The Apocalypse Inside of an Orange by RODRIGUEZ-LOPEZ, OMAR album cover Studio Album, 2007
4.15 | 95 ratings

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The Apocalypse Inside of an Orange
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Eclectic Prog

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

4 stars An outstanding solo album from THE MARS VOLTA guitarist Omar Rodriguez Lopez. Released in 2007 this was his fourth studio album at the time, I was shocked to see he's released 50 some studio albums now. His brother plays drums on this instrumental album, well all instrumental except for some male vocals almost spoken on one track. We get sax, clarinet, bass and a variety of keyboards including plenty of clavinet and synths.

"Melting Chariots" opens with some great sounding bass as clavinet, drums and horns join in quickly. It settles with intricate guitar, bass and drums 2 minutes in then the clavinet returns along with that earlier sound. "Knee Deep In The Loving Hush Of Heresy" opens with an all out assault but it settles quickly. Nice guitar 2 minutes in as it turns experimental. Some crazy outbursts after 3 minutes then back to horns and that experimental sound. It kicks in again after 4 minutes.

"Jacob Van Lennepkade II" is an 18 1/2 minute tour de force. Or maybe trippy force would be more accurate. Active drumming with horns over top to start out. It's kind of melancholic with the horn bringing NUCLEUS to mind. Some ripping guitar takes over for the horn after a minute. He is lighting it up until just after 4 1/2 minutes as the horn returns. Synths will lead for a while as the active drumming continues. Check out the clavinet then the horn leads after 8 1/2 minutes but they both will light it up here for some time. The horn is dissonant 13 minutes in but it's brief as the guitar returns shredding. An impressive section.

"Fuerza De Laboracion" begins with synths I believe as other sounds join in. It calms right down and it's dark and experimental as well. Nice. Percussion around a minute as guitar and clavinet join in. Male processed vocals follow pretty much spoken until 3 1/2 minutes in and it's avant right to the end from here. "Sparked From The Insult List" is brighter and quite catchy. Horns before a minute and synths follow. Some intensity after 1 1/2 minutes then a calm with flute, bass and a beat after 2 minutes. The guitar starts to solo slowly a minute later. A Latin vibe to this one.

Baby Fat" opens with atmosphere as guitars and beats join in. It's kind of cool and I like when it kicks in hard before 2 minutes to the end. "The Apocalypse Inside Of An Orange" is one of my favourites. More of a soundscape of atmosphere and spacey sounds. Experimental too. A lone horn cries out of the atmosphere after 2 minutes and continues for some time. It's haunting 7 1/2 minutes in. "Coma Pony" has a catchy beat with piano as guitar comes in over top. Such a relaxing guitar solo. Love this. A horn takes over before 3 minutes and I really like that base of drums and bass.

A very solid 4 stars for this adventurous album.

 Private Shangri-La by ZIP TANG album cover Studio Album, 2015
3.97 | 23 ratings

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Private Shangri-La
Zip Tang Eclectic Prog

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars And so, onto the difficult fifth album, which came out in 2015. Not only had the band lost saxophonist and keyboard player Marcus Padgett, they had decided not to replace him and to continue as a trio. Fred Faller provided drums, Rick Wolfe was on bass and vocals while Perry Merritt provided vocals, guitar and synth. Also, there are no guests whatsoever, which means that musically this was a shift as sax and woodwind had previously been a major part of the band's sound. Interestingly, this album finds the guys much more of a cohesive and complete unit than they had been on 'Das Reboot', and they were also releasing this only two years on from the last, which along with the change in direction is quite an achievement.

The jagged approach is back, along with gentler sections (which may or may not include acoustic guitars), but this time the feeling is of dynamic contrast and the different sections working to accentuate the other instead of competing against them. They twist, they turn, and Rick is providing an absolutely filthy bass sound which ensures that the acoustic guitar is stark in it's difference. The music is sharp, with venom and bite, refusing to conform to what people think progressive rock should be like, but it easily moves from this to something smooth and more relaxing, but one can never be sure of what is coming next.

At times this is strongly commercial, but then they throw in some Zappa-like twists which takes the song in a totally different direction. The guys could easily have thrown in the towel with the departure of Marcus, but instead have revitalised and produced an album which has a great deal in common with their early works while also moving in a new direction. 2017 saw the band again go through a shift with the departure of original founding member/ bassist Rick Wolfe, but thy have found a new bassist and will soon be recording their next album which is a concept that Perry has been working on for the last couple of years. Zip Tang is not a name known by many progheads for some reason, but five albums in they're not slowing down. This is an excellent return to form and I am looking forward to the next one with great interest.

 Das Reboot by ZIP TANG album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.60 | 44 ratings

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Das Reboot
Zip Tang Eclectic Prog

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

3 stars Following on from 'Feed Our Heads' it took three more years until Zip Tang released their fourth album, 'Das Reboot'. Although the band at this time was still the original quartet, changes were afoot, and not long afterwards they parted ways with sax/keyboard player Marcus Padgett and Perry took over most of the writing. Although the front cover of this album is stark, it is still a digipak with other artwork inside. It certainly stands out against their other releases, and musically there has been something of a change to what they had been doing previously. Whereas the first three albums can be seen as being directly related to each other with a very similar approach, this shows the band again moving out and changing their approach. It is also the first album where two of the songs are attributed to just one of the guys, Perry, whereas all other music up to this point had always been attributed to the complete band.

Although there are times when the heavy attack and jaggedness normally associated with the band can be easily heard, there are plenty of others where the band slow it down and take it more easy. The impression is of a band that is in flux, and I get the impression that this was a hard album for them in many ways. There is definitely a lot less sax from Marcus on this release, and while Fred is driving this far more forcefully from the back, there are times when it comes across more like Tangerine Dream than Poisoned Electric Head or Mr. So & So, which is how I normally associate them. When they hit it hard, they are still very much a force to be reckoned with, of all their albums this is my least favourite as although there is significant contrasting styles it doesn't always gel as it should.

 Feed Our Heads by ZIP TANG album cover Studio Album, 2010
4.00 | 37 ratings

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Feed Our Heads
Zip Tang Eclectic Prog

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars Some ten years ago I was lucky enough to be sent the first two albums by Zip Tang, 'Luminiferous Ether' and 'Pank', and I was incredibly impressed not only by the gorgeous digipaks from an independent band, but the quality of the music which was quite unlike anything else coming out of the scene at that time. I was told that they were recording a third album, and that I would be sent it to review, but then heard nothing and attempts to contact the band went nowhere. Fast forward to 2018, and one day I received an email from guitarist/singer Perry Merritt. It transpired that the person who used to undertake their publicity had long parted from the band, and they were trying to get back in touch with those who had been involved previously, and would I be interested in hearing their last three releases? Would I?

'Feed Our Heads' was released in 2010, with the same line-up from the previous albums, namely Perry, Fred Falller (drums), Marcus Padgett (keyboards, woodwind and vocals) and Rick Wolfe (bass, mandolin and vocals). The band move between multiple styles, so one is never sure what is going to come next. Their jagged attack is reminiscent of early Mr So & So combined with Poisoned Electrick Head, while there is also plenty of Zappa, Soft Machine, Gentle Giant and kitchen sink. Yes, definitely lots of kitchen sink. One minute they can be frenetic with music so sharp that they are all at risk at cutting themselves on the notes, and then they move into a mandolin folky number with flute and acoustic guitar, and drums that have a major impact by not being involved at all! I really enjoyed their first two albums, and this continues in the same vein, showing that here is a band that is truly progressing through the music by refusing to sit in any particular area for too long, and within individual numbers there is so much going on that the only way to enjoy it is by paying close attention.

But, for all the cleverness and intricacy, this is still an incredibly enjoyable and accessible album which is a delight from start to end.

 Saison 8 by LAZULI album cover Studio Album, 2018
3.86 | 38 ratings

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Saison 8
Lazuli Eclectic Prog

Review by Antonis Kalamoutsos

4 stars It has been some years now that I desire to dive in to Lazuli' s material and I finally managed to get synchronised with them only with their 8th album, aptly titled Saison 8. And while some elements were instantly understood from the first listen, some stylistic issues gave me a hard time, to be honest.

I find it very hard to believe that any experienced listener, no matter personal tastes and preferences, would disagree that Lazuli deliver music of the utmost quality. All technical aspects of their work is really close to excellence. More specifically, their personal sound is unique (with the custom-made stringed instrument called "Leode" playing in important role in this), they deliver flawless production and extraordinary instrumentation/arrangements, revealing musicians with the highest levels of perfectionism and advanced "quality control" mechanisms. Furthermore, the musicianship is equally admirable, with none of the 5 members never playing not even an unnecessary or not ideally expressed note. Finally, their songwriting skills demonstrate players/composers of the ultimate artistic confidence and knowledge. All 8 compositions stand in the exact same level and Saison 8 is truly one of the most balanced and controlled albums you can listen to, really.

Now that we got some things straight, it's fair to say that I can imagine two potential contrasted ways to view Lazuli' s music, especially in the way the music actually feels. One view could be that, besides the excellence described above, their style feels quite "safe" and radio friendly. That their undoubtedly beautiful melodic songs balance somewhere between sophisticated pop and rock music, without really being progressive or innovative, that there are no risks taken and nothing to really challenge the prog enthusiast. It's true that there is nothing technical or complex here and that Saison 8 feels more with that beloved old companion with whom you can share deep feelings of tenderness rather than passionate, adventurous love.

On the other hand, one may say that Lazuli capture many of the fundamental essences of prog music, after complexity and technicality is removed. The prog vibes are ever-present, the beautiful harmonies, the bittersweet notes, the uplifting or delicate atmospheres that define the cream of the prog style. It's all here, trapped within the notes. And while the sound is familiar, in the end Lazuli resemble nothing particularly. Even in moments when you can vaguely connect them with post-2000 prog rock bands like Porcupine Tree and the likes, or when you recognise folk, jazz or world music elements here and there, they remain intact and untouched, safe within their prog minimalism.

I traveled a lot between these two different opinions, between 3 and 4 stars, only to end up giving them 4 stars with all my heart and the reason is the songs. Those beautifully crafted 8 songs that may not have the power to change or shape me differently as a person but generously offer their "easy" but still intellectual delights, in a way that only a virtuous band can. And while I find it easier to get bonded with the slightly darker moments ("Un Linceul de Brume", "Les Cotes"), nothing stands out really. And you don't need to understand the French language in order to realise that this whole construction can't escape a remarkable level of poeticness. There are no Babel towers in art, anyway!

Saison 8 by Lazuli don't reserve the qualities of a wild, passionate lover but those of a good and trustworthy friend. I can strongly recommend this album to anyone that is after these values. As for me, I really enjoyed the album and the constant trip between its imaginary oppositional aspects!

 Proxy by TANGENT, THE album cover Studio Album, 2018
4.32 | 29 ratings

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Proxy
The Tangent Eclectic Prog

Review by CeeJayGee

5 stars Just over a year after the release of the wonderful album The Slow Rust Of Forgotten Machinery comes the band's 10th. I was delighted when Andy Tillison announced its planned release date offering early access to demos of the songs, so I have followed the album's development closely and many of the songs already feel like old friends. The strapline to the album is "A protest, a reflection, a couple of regrets and a rant". I can confidently say that the rant is Supper's Off, a demo song included on the little known companion disc to Le Sacre Du Travail (L'Étagere Du Travail). The quality of this song has always meant it deserved wider recognition and it is great that it has finally been released. Also included as a bonus track is an excerpt from one of Andy's side projects, Kalman Filter and taken from another of his 2018 releases Exo-Oceans, another fine album (instrumental) that deserves much wider recognition. That leaves the four tracks that are new to me. My favourite is The Adulthood Lie, at over 16 minutes, it is a fast- paced monster (you will also see it released as a single) that delighted me from first listen. This must be one of Andy's regrets. The album opens with the title track Proxy, also at over 16 minutes it is the longest track (just). This has to be the protest song. As is so often the case with The Tangent, the vocal is used sparingly to deliver the message (which it does) within a complex and enjoyable prog track. The Melting Andalusian Skies is an enjoyable and interesting instrumental track at just under nine minutes has a more laid back tempo but still a strong edge to it. I assume that this is the reflection. The shortest song is A Case Of Mistaken Optimism, and must be the other regret. This is an enjoyable toe-tapping piece with the clarity of Andy's vocal getting the message over very clearly. The musicianship on the album is of the highest standard and the overall packaged album is, for me, by some way the best of the year. Brilliant 5 stars.
 Decalogue Of Darkness by DAAL album cover Studio Album, 2018
4.31 | 46 ratings

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Decalogue Of Darkness
Daal Eclectic Prog

Review by Matti
Prog Reviewer

4 stars This is the other new release from the contemporary Italian masters DAAL. Whereas "Navels Falling into a Living Origami" consists of a single 49-minute piece of music, "Decalogue of Darkness" is a 71-minute instrumental prog album divided into ten chapters without separate track titles. This time all music is composed by Alfio Costa (Mellotron, Moog sub 37, piano, synth and samplers). Davide Guidoni handles drums, acoustic percussion, noises and samplers, and the duo is accompanied by guitarist Ettore Salati and bassist Bobo Aiolfi.

I can't say this would be anyhow less inspired album, but personally I prefer "Navels" which feels more like an adventurous journey and which in the end seems to have more variety in the soundscape. Mellotron is very central in "Decalogue", undoubtedly making the listener's associations to the early King Crimson even more evident than what DAAL's originality would deserve; despite the Mellotron and all the 'Crimsonesque' details there may be, also this album has a unique, timeless personality instead of copying some music made over 40 years ago.

For those wishing for a track-by-track approach I advice reading especially BrufordFreak's long review. As funny as it feels to say out loud, occasionally I feel this album is relying TOO heavily on the familiar, thick Mellotron sound. For example Chapter Five starts delicately in a way that reminds me of Popol Vuh (Hosianna Mantra era) but then it all returns to the same old 'tron thickness. In my opinion the best things here are more spacey, acoustic moments (such as 50% of Chapter Six, and Chapter Nine completely) without the Mellotron. Also "Decalogue of Darkness" is clearly meant to be listened as a whole, but the 10-part form makes it possible to return to one's favourite parts much easier than on the one-part "Navels". The best track on its own is the second longest, Chapter Ten (10:20). It's "the most melodically engaging" as BrufordFreak points out.

Even though I didn't quite find the similar enthusiasm to this album as the three preceding reviewers (or as I myself had for "Navels Falling into a Living Origami" some weeks earlier), I can sincerely agree on its artistic value. If you're fond of dark instrumental prog featuring lots of Mellotron, this is EXACTLY the album you want to have. The 12-page leaflet features intriguingly morbid photographs to accompany the dark-toned world of this music.

 The Sea Within by SEA WITHIN, THE album cover Studio Album, 2018
3.88 | 48 ratings

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The Sea Within
The Sea Within Eclectic Prog

Review by javajeff

4 stars This is an excellent and underrated release with a stellar lineup of prog veterans. It features some very well written songs, and is a real grower the more you take it in. The first thing I noticed was the drums. I have never really zeroed in on Marco Minnemann's style before, but I am extremely impressed as they stand out on this release. Also, Daniel Gildenlow's vocals stand out from the start of this album all the way to the bonus track Denise. He sounds great and performs with passion and conviction, and you can tell when he is not singing on a track. The musicianship is excellent as expected, and the album feels like a collection of experiences from all of the members. The album is marketed as art-rock, but it crosses many genres and should appeal to any progressive rock fan. There are several long songs like Broken Cord 14:10, An Eye For An Eye For An Eye 7:01, and two bonus tracks.
 Navels Falling Into A Living Origami by DAAL album cover Studio Album, 2018
4.40 | 37 ratings

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Navels Falling Into A Living Origami
Daal Eclectic Prog

Review by CeeJayGee

4 stars Daal are not a band I had come across until 2018 with their two releases Navels Falling into a Living Origami (which I cover here) and the second, Decalogue of Darkness (which I cover elsewhere). This album is a single near 50 minute track that is not yet on my regular streaming site but is available for streaming on Bandcamp. The album is instrumental with the occasional use of vocal sounds for rhythmic effect and concludes with a pleasant vocal section. This is my second full listen of the album for the purpose of a written review. This is an interesting experimental eclectic release. I find it an easier and slightly lighter listen that its sister album that seemed to me to be ponderous and depressing. I did get some enjoyment out of listening to this album and I would listen to it again (which I wouldn't for Decalogue of Darkness). Based on this second listen I stand by my original rating of four stars.
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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
ANAKDOTA Israel
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
ARNAUD BUKWALD France
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
EL CIRCULO DE WILLIS Spain
CIRCUS Switzerland
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CMU United Kingdom
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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
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DJAM KARET United States
JULIUS DOBOS Hungary
WILLIAM D. DRAKE United Kingdom
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DREADNOUGHT United States
DRIFT United States
EARTH SIZE DIAMONDS United States
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ECHOES France
EDENSONG United States
EFECTO Chile
EKSEPTION Netherlands
ELEKTRYK BESTIA United States
EMMETT ELVIN United Kingdom
EMERGENCY EXIT France
EMPATHI Thailand
EMPTY SPACE ORCHESTRA United States
EPIDERMIS Germany
ERE G Canada
ERIK BARON & D-ZAKORD France
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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
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FLASH United Kingdom
FLÄSKET BRINNER Sweden
FLIGHT United States
THE FLOCK United States
HUGO FLORES Portugal
FOND OF TIGERS Canada
FONDERIA Italy
FOXTROT Norway
FRAMUS 5 Czech Republic
FRATERNITY Australia
FRIENDSHIP TIME Sweden
ROBERT FRIPP United Kingdom
FROM.UZ Uzbekistan
FRUMPY Germany
FUN MACHINE United States
FUSIOON Spain
THE GAK OMEK United States
GALAAD Switzerland
GARDENIA Argentina
GARGAMEL Norway
GAYLORD United States
GECKO'S TEAR Italy
RON GEESIN United Kingdom
GENTLE GIANT United Kingdom
GESTALT Japan
JANE GETTER United States
GEVENDE Turkey
GEYSIR Germany
GLAZZ Spain
GLOBALYS Belgium
GNIDROLOG United Kingdom
GOAD Italy
GOMA Spain
GOOD NIGHTOWL United States
GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA Sweden
JEAN-PHILIPPE GOUDE France
THE GOURISHANKAR Russia
SÉBASTIEN GRAMOND France
THE GRAND ASTORIA Russia
GRATTO United States
THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH United Kingdom
MAREK GRECHUTA Poland
GREYLYNG United States
GRIOT Portugal
GROOVECTOR Finland
THE GUARDIAN'S OFFICE Norway
GUERNICA Japan
TREY GUNN United States
GUNS AND BUTTER United States
GURUH GIPSY Indonesia
GUZZLEMUG United States
GYPSY United States
H7G Costa Rica
STEVE HACKETT United Kingdom
HAIKARA Finland
BRENDAN HAINS Australia
HALF PAST FOUR Canada
HAMADRYAD Canada
PETER HAMMILL United Kingdom
JACK HAMMOND United States
HANAGARIA Israel
HAPPY THE MAN United States
GAVIN HARRISON & 05RIC United Kingdom
STEVE HART United Kingdom
HEADSHEAR United States
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