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O Terco were one of the earlier progressive bands from Brazil. This is their third album from 1976, and is, I believe, the first time that this album has been reissued with the original Portugese language vocals (do you really want to hear a bunch of B...

with Jeb Bishop, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Jason Roebke, Ben Vida [Atavistic]

"TERRAKOTA are a young multiethnic band from Lisbon who have already received full consent with previous releases, such as Terrakota and Humus Sapiens.

With their latest Oba Train they continue with an even deeper belief in genuine and heart.

Axel Doerner (trumpet); Per-Ake Holmlander (tuba); Lasse Marhaug (electronics); Paul Lytton (percussion); Paal Nilssen-Love (percussion); Jim Baker (piano); Fred Anderson (tenor); Fredrik Ljungkvist (baritone & tenor); Dave Rempis (alto & tenor); Ken...

“As half of the legendary R&B duo Don & Dewey (alongside Don "Sugarcane" Harris), Dewey Terry was responsible for numerous classic songs, and toured alongside Jimi Hendrix in Little Richard's Band. After a period out of the spotlight, he resurfaced in 1972 with this lost classic, a fun and funky stew of blues, soul, and rock that was produced by Bill Szymczyk (shortly to find fame for his work with the Eagles), and features guest appearances from Harvey Mandel, Jim Horn, and others. It makes its long...

This 1988 release was the second release by this Japanese progressive rock outfit.
Like so much of the 80s and 90s Japanese progressive scene, this has long been unavailable.
Now it's available again at a reasonable price, especially for a Japanese release, as a special blu-spec CD release!

"This band, led by guitarist Terutsugu Hirayama (who was originally with the band Novela) has an extremely powerful symphonic sound somewhat reminiscent of mid-period Renaissance, but more extreme in.

This band, led by guitarist Terutsugu Hirayama (who was originally with the band Novela) has an extremely powerful symphonic sound somewhat reminiscent of mid-period Renaissance, but more extreme in every way. Their sound is positively stunning. Yes, t...

This 1988 release was the second release by this Japanese progressive rock outfit.
Like so much of the 80s and 90s Japanese progressive scene, this has long been unavailable.
Now it's available again at a reasonable price, especially for a Japanese release, as a special blu-spec CD release!

"A very nice release by this Japanese band, some of you could say 'much too Neo to me', but for me, this records is far more symphonic than Neo Prog besides the sounds too 80's of the keyboards.....


Tesei is a young (well, he doesn't look that young in his photo, but he's younger than me, damnnit!) Italian composer who is quite unknown, but I was really taken with this album of pieces from the late 90's, performed by pianist Fausto Bongelli. If yo...

''After a life spent wandering with his melodeon between the Italian folk and World Music Riccardo Tesi comes back to the sounds of his homeland: Tuscany.Banditaliana is able to mix together the tradition of Tuscany with jazz and contemporary music w...

''After a life spent wandering with his melodeon between the Italian folk and World Music Riccardo Tesi comes back to the sounds of his homeland: Tuscany. Recorded in 1983 Il Ballo della Lepre is the first recording by melodeon player Tesi. It is a v...

Tom Bruno, drums / Daniel Carter, winds / Matthew Heyner, bass / Sabir Mateen, winds.

"NYC free jazz cooperative TEST was literally an underground favorite -- as part of the Music Under New York program in the 1990s, TEST was out on the street and subway platforms year-round, playing long-form unadulterated free jazz with an energy and creativity rarely encountered. Even on a scene known for strong personalities, these guys were renegade cats.

Eremite heard and recorded TEST many, many...


"An ecology-inspired Krautrock album (1971) from a short-lived group comprised of German school-chums, some of whom had recorded an LP as Trikolon. Tetragon did not conform to any predetermined musical style: they played whatever they pleased, as long as it included groovy Hammond organ and very trippy, flanged wah-wah guitar, in various taut jamming modes that favored jazz/rock fusion à la Miles Davis with a small dose of classical music (adapting a Bach fugue along the way). The result is a bouquet of...

"Tetragon, successor of Trikolon, were founded in Osnabrück (Lower Saxony) in the spring of 1971. They released their first and only LP, “Nature”, in that very year. It came out as CD on Musea in 1995. At the end of 1971, Tetragon recorded in a Hamburg...

Xavier Charles vibrating surfaces, prepared CDs, record players
Martin Tétrault electronics, prepared surfaces

“The association of these two musicians gives birth to a whole world of materials, twists and turns. Six shorter sequences are organized around a central twenty-minute piece (the brain) that maintain the listener's concentration and transport him to an unsuspected elsewhere.
A collaboration between these two artists has generated a world of bouncing, textured material...

"This tandem’s fusion seemed strange on paper, but true pleasure came out of their meeting, one of the best surprises at FIMAV this year."-David Cantin, Le Devoir

"A real springboard to imagination, those two DJs with very different...

2. Tok picks up where 1. Grrr has left.This time around, the sound fabric is fragmented, sliced, and - through Otomo and Martins actions - lets silences, dynamic variations in volume and speed, and the rhythmical rumble of turntables left to their o...

3.AHHH already takes us to the end of our frenetic trilogy, which also comprises the noisy 1.GRRR and the fragmented 2.TOK. Staying true to the series sound sorting logic, 3.AHHH features Otomo and Ttreault in a calmer, more soothing mood (no kiddin...

Trilogy? Quadragy! The last of the shows of their European tour.

Daniele Martini, tenor sax/Giovanni di Domenico, piano/Gonçalo Almeida, bass/João Lobo, drums.

"What does Tetterapadequ mean? Is it an obscure Italian or Portuguese term that reflects this ensemble's mix of two Italian and two Portuguese...

"It is easy to imagine that the wit, wisdom and wonder Texier displayed over the course of that evening stem from his humble beginnings as a teenager practicing with friends in the basement of the signalman’s house on a switch yard where he grew up in the Fifties. And that they evolved over the course of his various engagements alongside drummer Daniel Humair and later pianist George Gruntz in the Jazz clubs of the French capital, the three of them eventually becoming Phil Woods’ famous „European Rhythm...

Sérgio Carolino tuba
Mário Delgado guitarra
Alexandre Frazão bateria

"At their third album, Portuguese band TGB can’t be defined anymore by the unnusual instrumentation of a tuba, a guitar and a drum set. An idiosyncratic music comes with it, «without frontiers and unconquerable», as Sérgio Carolino, Mário Delgado and Alexandre Frazão say themselves. They mixed jazz, rock, folk, country and more in ways impossible to categorize like “fusion”. TGB expanded it so much, and with such...

Thalamus are a contemporary Swedish stoner/progressive hard rock styled outfit featuring heavy guitar work, Hammond B3 organ, a very good, wailing vocalist and a rock-solid rhythm section. Basically, you can hear their reverence for 1971/72 era...

“New Jersey based prog rock outfit Thank You Scientist have emerged from the pandemic with some big news to share. Enter Flying Jangus Records—the official record label founded by Thank You Scientist.
Today, Thank You Scientist shares the first single from Plague Accommodations, “Soul Diver.” On the latest release, Metal Injection writes, “it’s as flamboyantly fun yet intricate as anything else they’ve done, with their trademark soaring hooks, temperamental change-ups, and varied instrumentation...

A great album from a great band. They play memorable, hook-filled vocal tunes that will fool you into thinking that what they do is easy...believe me, it ain’t. And go see them live, where it all comes together in a spectacularly fun presentation!

“Thank You Scientist is an eclectic, vibrant and well-hydrated progressive rock band from New Jersey. Their fourth release, Terraformer, sees the septet at their most ambitious and most unpredictable. The band has taken their experimental, genre...

"Between the years 1984 and 1988, The Scene Is Now released three magnificent albums which have been out of print for a dog's age and have never seen the light of day on compact disk -- until now. This exclusive Lexicon Devil CD reissue of the band's...

"Lexicon Devil presents part two of three in their reissue series documenting the great works of New York's '80s avant-garde group, The Scene Is Now. This time around, the label reissues their sophomore album from 1986, Total Jive. TSIN was formed in...

Yves Theiler : Piano
Luca Sisera : Bass
Lukas Mantel : Drums

“31 -year-old pianist Yves Theiler is one of the most significant voices in international contemporary jazz in Europe. Deeply rooted in the tradition of jazz and equipped with a daring desire to experiment, he distinguishes himself as a composer as well as a free improviser with a sovereign creative will. At the centre of his musical work is the Yves Theiler Trio, which reveres an urgent ensemble music in which improvisational.


“World Dialogue casts a light on Stephan Thelen's work as a contemporary classical composer. It features four works for String Quartet, composed over the last decade, performed by the Kronos Quartet and the Al Pari Quartet. 'World Dialogue', 'Silesia' and 'Chaconne', composed between 2006 and 2018, were performed and recorded by the Al Pari Quartet in Berlin earlier this year.
'Circular Lines' was commissioned then performed in 2017 by the Kronos Quartet as part of their '50 For The Future...

"This is an unedited previously unknown 1974 recording. Thelin was one of the strongest voices on the trombone to emerge from Sweden in the 60s. His knowledge of every style of jazz helped him to develop an identity for his own groups and gave him the opportunity of playing with illustrious visitors such as George Russell. This album contains an unreleased recording of a previously unknown 1974 live session. The Eje Thelin Group was formed in the autumn of 1974 and this is one of their earliest live...

"So what does a heralded jazz organist do in his spare time? Create an epic prog rock album of course. Some of you may be familiar with Jim Alfredson and his organ jazz trio Organissmo. Theo is a side project that must scratch Jim's itch to let...


TheRhythmIsOdd were formerly known as Trio, and we have stocked a previous album by them entitled "From Nowhere to Eternity". On that one, they played a sort of heavy power trio fusion music. Here, they've not only changed their name, but they have...

Pretty hard to describe stuff. Like Chrome Hoof (but sounding nothing like them), they mix weirdness with a lot of influences from 'normal music' and come up with something that is weird and normal; accessible and odd at the same time. Only the English...

"Repetition is Kenseth Thibideau's first true solo album, following a long and rich history of collaborative efforts that includes Tarentel, Sleeping People, Rumah Sakit, Pinback and Three Mile Pilot. Thibideau wrote, performed, recorded and produced...

Thieves Kitchen are a British progressive rock band that I had heard of before but had never actually heard. With this, their fourth, I am glad I have finally heard them. It's very solidly in the 1970s progressive rock vein with lots of touches that veer towards the jazz/rock sound of the Canterbury bands like Caravan and Hatfield, with nice guitar work and really excellent and subtle keyboard work on organ, Fender Rhodes, mellotron and more. Although they're a UK band, the aforementioned 'excellent'...

Their first new one in almost 5 years, and another winner! Warmly recommended for progressive rock fans.

“Based in England and Sweden, Thieves’ Kitchen have been creating progressive, alternative and imaginative rock music for over 20 years.
The creative core of Thieves’ Kitchen is guitarist Phil Mercy, keyboardist Thomas Johnson (ex-Änglagard) and vocalist Amy Darby. For the first time in the band’s two-decade history, the lineup remains unchanged and once more features the exquisite...

“Born in Pontypridd, South Wales to a musical family, Thighpaulsandra developed an interest in modern classical and electronic music at an early age. Whilst still in school he formed an avant-garde rock group incorporating influences from his admiration for experimental music pioneers John Cage and Karlheinz Stockhausen. Through experiments with his group The Rachel Dennis Sisters he was offered a job in a local recording studio which eventually led to him becoming the manager and house engineer. One...

Mats Gustafsson - tenor and baritone saxophone
Ingebrigt Håker Flaten - electric and double bass
Paal Nilssen-Love - drums, percussion.

Recorded July 2nd and 3rd, 2017 by Øyvind Gundersen at Studio Paradiso, Oslo.

On tour for their album Boot!, the Scandinavian free-jazz monsters teamed up with Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth fame at London's Café OTO to produce some heavy improvised thunder. Recorded live in concert at Café OTO, London, February 10th, 2013.

The meeting of three expatriate Hungarian musicians who had been touring with the Hungarian Philharmonic when they jumped ship and stayed in Germany, with three German musicians. An appealing 1973-styled blend of progressive rock with classical, jazzy ...

Last copies!! If you want it in physical form, this is your last chance!

Thinking Plague's greatly anticipated 5th album presents a further maturation of the bands sound. Not content to merely repeat their past successes, the album's overall...

LAST COPIES!

"Perhaps the finest attempt so far by an American band to add to the pantheon of classic Rock In Opposition records...Mike Johnson's compositions are astonishing and - the clincher - beautiful, and Susanne Lewis' vocals are ...eerily enigmatic..."

"Another great, large ensemble work by Rob Mazurek, of Exploding Star Orchestra, São Paulo Underground and so much more. "Avant-garde and in the tradition of large ensemble jazz; this great album is the proof that they are not incompatible."

The Third Ear Band were a late 60's/mid 70's quartet who were fixtures at ALL the festivals & who used hand drums, oboe, violin/viola & cello to make a mostly improvised, dark, pagan & medieval-influenced, acoustic music that sounded like no one but themselves. The only thing that comes close to their sound is some small bits of the early Univers Zero records.
They called themselves "electric acid raga music", and that's a fine description. This is a newly remastered reissue of their classic second...

The Third Ear Band were a late 60's/mid 70's quartet who were fixtures at ALL the festivals & who used hand drums, oboe, violin/viola & cello to make a dark, pagan & medieval-influenced, acoustic music. The only thing that comes close to their sound is some small bits of the early Univers Zero records. They made several albums for Harvest and eventually fell apart.
Due to interest/nostalgia/whatever, the group reformed in the mid/late 80s featuring original band leader Glen Sweeney...

The Third Ear Band were a late 60's/mid 70's quartet who were fixtures at ALL the festivals & who used hand drums, oboe, violin/viola & cello to make a dark, pagan & medieval-influenced, acoustic music. The only thing that comes close to their sound...