DEUTSCH ROCK and The Birth of Experimental Sound

So, Die Deutsch Rock Szene, we’ve covered it before, discussed it, referenced it and even become a part of it but what is it and how did it affect the whole Prog Rock movement or at least a good part of it? Personally I love, LOVE it because it’s so avant-garde and beyond left field…

The Sentinel’s Marvelous Kaleidoscope

Ladies and Gentlemen, for your listening pleasure we bring to you a wonderful radio show that comes to us from the University of Guelph here in Ontario where we try to get Prog out as much as possible but in North America it can be a little more difficult to do so but with much…

And in the Blink of an Eye, Whoosh! Eiliff (JazzProg Amazingness)

Every now and then you get a band that is just a blip on the radar but they leave such an awesome carbon footprint you just have to see what it’s all about. Formed in the late sixties by Rainer Bruninghaus in Koln, West Germany with Houschäng Nejadepour, Detlev Landmann, Herbert J. Kalveram and Bill…