Articles by Zachary Nathanson
Leila’s new album is a movie inside your mind.
Lucy Spraggan has taken the pop genre to a whole new level through various forms of music.
they fit in at the right moment at the right time.
Sleep Moscow’s debut album is like a movie inside our heads that is partly supernatural, science-fiction, and disguised as a horror film until the very end. And their mission has been accomplished so far this year.
It was time for Nick to brainwash another concept.
While Anderson is working on a sequel to Olias, this is an album that alongside Song of Seven, gets the recognition it deserves.
Possum’s second album is the ultimate trip.
This collaboration is not only an amazing combination, but what the 25th century might have in store for us.
Frost*’s fourth studio album is one of their brutally honest releases during the pandemic that is a wake-up call of what has become.
Jana always takes the listener beyond time and space with a neo-noir futuristic twist.
Leaving California is quite a departure from Jack O’ the Clock’s previous music.
Mahogany Frog’s latest release may divide a line in the sand. Either you get it or you don’t.
Big Mess is Danny’s return to being weird again.
Exotic Monsters is a movie inside your head.
It shows that at times Prog is more than just a four letter word.
It is staggering, hypnotic, weird, romantic, surreal, and mind-blowing.
Hari Ketiga may not be for the faint of heart.
Showcases a surreal beauty into the unknown passageways of our solar system.
This live recording has finally kicked the door down to see what the archives of unheard live material will have in store for us.
The Most Dangerous Woman in America is probably going to be one of the most controversial albums released this year.
Vertigo is a heart pounding return for Jess and the Ancient Ones. It shows that while they’ve been around for 11 years, they are one of the most intensive, scariest, terrifying, and mind-blowing bands I’ve listened to.