Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 368 (4 June 2023)

Edition 368 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (588 in total), first broadcast 4 June 2023, is now also available to stream on demand or download. Another two hours of amazing melodic and symphonic progressive rock old and new. This week I’m joined by Leo Trimming of The Progressive Aspect who reviews I D.Entity by Riverside, and you can test your knowledge of the current prog scene in 2023 in our fun quiz as we ask “How Proggy Are YOU?!).

This Week’s Playlist

1 Sound of Strangers – Endless Night (Crossing Borders)
2 The Samurai of Prog – Berceuse to the King (The Man in the Iron Mask)
3 Giant The Vine – The Potters Field (A Chair at the Backdoor)
4 Pablo El Enterrador – Emigrante (Pablo El Enterrador 2)
5 North Atlantic Oscillation – Glyph (United Wire)
6 Motorpsycho – Patterns (Yay!)
7 A Multitude of One – Terra Nova (Terra Nova)
8 Riverside – Landmine Blast (I D.Entity)
9 Riverside – The Place Where I Belong (I D.Entity)
10 Caravan – Winter Wine (In The Land of Grey and Pink)
11 The Drinking Club – But For The Waves (….really?!?)
12 Covet – Merlin (Catharsis)
13 Focus – Round Goes The Gossip (Focus 3)
14 Flame Dream – Gate to Calatea (Calatea)

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