PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #449 (“Best of Prog – 2021”)

January 11, 2022

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #449 (“Best of Prog – 2021”) This week Mike celebrates a “baker’s dozen” of what he considers the best progressive music of 2021. All he said is that his list is not like the others… PLAYLIST: Kairon;IRSE! – “An Bat None” from Polysomn on Svart Records (2020)  ***The One That Got […]

The Podcast of This Week’s Prog-Watch is Available!

November 4, 2021

More astounding progressive sounds await on this week’s Prog-Watch! We’ll hear music from Fractal Mirror, Alex Pilkevych, Alcantara, Krokofant, Tom Slatter, Choclat Frog, Pentesilea Road, and Premiata Forneria Marconi! Plus, our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher, will take us on a voyage of Progressive Discovery with the solo debut of Riverside kyeboardist Michal […]

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PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #435 (“Getting Back To New Music”)

October 5, 2021

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #435 (“Getting Back To New Music”) This week is easy:  There’s a LOT of newly-released music out there, and I’m playing it. C’mon along and partake! PLAYLIST: Glasgow Coma Scale – “Magik” from Sirens on Tonzonen Records (2021) Krokofant – “Big Heavy Thing” from Fifth on Rune Grammofon (2021) Liquify – […]

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #350 (Heroes…Old and New)

February 4, 2020

The Progressive Tracks Show #350 (Heroes… Old and New) Fact: We’re sadly losing our classic Prog musical heroes. Response: This week we pay tribute to one such hero, while looking to the future for new ones. PLAYLIST: Rush – “Natural Science” from Permanent Waves on Mercury (1980) Rush – “Subdivisions” from Signals on Mercury (1982) […]

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #225 (Out Of The Bowl… Challenging Listens)

August 29, 2017

The Progressive Tracks Show #225 (Out Of The Bowl… Challenging Listens), originally broadcast on Friday, August 25, 2017, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire. We’re all very comfortable in our own little “bowls”… our homes… our cars… and quite frankly, it can be boring as hell. So this week we’ll […]