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THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #431 (“The Fruits Of Our Labor”)

It’s another unusual Labor Day weekend in the United States.
Somehow this week’s music just fits…

 

 

PLAYLIST:
  • Rush – “Working Man” from Rush on Anthem Records (1974)
  • Lucid Lynx – “Traces” from Traces – Single on Independent (2020)
  • RIP KC – “It Was Fun Until The Crash” from Spinguölf on Spinda Records (2020)
  • GorMusik – “The Deception” from Snakes & Angels on MRR (2021)
  • Ángel Ontalva – “Roads to Sunrise Cities” from Angel On A Tower on OctoberXart (2021)
  • Earthside – “All We Knew And Ever Loved” from All We Knew And Ever Loved – Single on Music Theories Recordings (2021)
  • Glasgow Coma Scale – “Syntagma” from Apophenia EP on Glasgow Coma Scale (2014)
  • Ars de Er – “Light In The Window” from Other Side on Independent (2021)
  • Brendan Byrnes – “Semantics” from Realism on Independent (2020)
  • BANTAMWEIGHT – “The Weight” from Sounds + Haptics on Independent (2021)
  • Asaf Sirkis – “Aquila” from Solar Flash on MoonJune Records (2021)
  • Ángel Ontalva – “Doppelganger” from Angel On A Tower on OctoberXart (2021)
  • Zero Times Everything – “Die Nacht Ist Leben” from Sound of Music on Independent (2021)
  • Moon Machine – “Post-Upgrade I – Discovery” on Moon Machine on Independent (2021)
  • Moon Machine – “Post-Upgrade II – Grief” on Moon Machine on Independent (2021)
  • Moon Machine – “Post-Upgrade III – Requiem” on Moon Machine on Independent (2021)

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 THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #347 (In Your Face…)

There IS harmony to be found in the dissonance…especially if it’s in your face (whether new or classic).

And while that may not be what you always listen to, shows like this provide an opportunity to stretch your progressive ‘aural muscles’.

So join me… and get to stretchin’!     ;o)

 

PLAYLIST:

If you have comments or suggestions for show topics/ music (always welcome), feel free to contact me any time via email:  ProgTracks@KPTZ.org

And remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are well over 180 podcasts now!).

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