A heavy-hitting release from a collaboration of veteran prog artists, “The Sea Within” takes the sum of its parts and creates an impressive whole.
The followup to 2015’s “Ones & Zeroes: Volume 1,” this new installment has mature, thought-provoking writing and entertains from start to finish.
Heavy, melodic prog with an edge, “Leaving the Land” is a strong sophomore album for Finland’s Sisare.
A high-energy indie rock album with some musically progressive ideas, Dobbeltgenger’s sophomore release is both explosive and memorable.
Justin’s gargantuan, track-by-track study on the deeper themes of The Flower Kings’ 2006 double-LP.
Old school flair with a modern edge, “Seventeen” is a jumpstart to a classic band’s extended career.
“A Handful of Stars” teases great ideas and nods to some of the greats, but lacks the explorative qualities that should define modern progressive music.
Justin’s top 25 favorite releases from 2017.
Wobbler’s fourth studio record boasts clear ties to classic progressive rock while still sounding fresh and current.
A powerful live release that hints at great things to come for Hasse Fröberg and Musical Companion.