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Time Lag

Label: AltrOck Productions
Released: 2021
Track listing: Chand Baori; Iblis's Hybris; Mateka's Speech; Old Tapestry; Möbius Cube; A Theme for the End

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Death by Water

Label: AltrOck Productions
Released: 2016
Track listing: Cinicallly Correct; Undermurmur; Death by Water; Ten Years After; As It Was; Studio #9; As-a-Matter-of-Breath; Drum'n'stick; Der Schee; A House.

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Yugen: Death by Water

Read "Death by Water" reviewed by Claudio Bonomi


Gli Yugen proseguono ostinatamente il loro viaggio quasi solitario nei meandri di una musica concettuale, colta e imparentata con Stravinsky, Schoenberg, Bartok, Romitelli, Cage, Ligeti, Zappa, Univers Zero, Henry Cow, King Crimson e altri. Un viaggio a zig zag segnato da fughe, variazioni, accelerazioni, conflagrazioni, divagazioni, pause, tempi frammentati e poi ricomposti, e, in sintesi, da ...

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Piccho dal Pozzo: A_Live

Read "A_Live" reviewed by John Kelman


In the continually expanding world of progressive rock--an expansion facilitated through global communities created via the internet over the last decade-and-a-half--it's increasingly common to find groups garnering far more (and, often, well-deserved) attention than they did back in their time. Italy's Picchio dal Pozzo only released two albums back in the day--Picchio dal Pozzo (Grog, 1976) ...

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A_Live

Label: AltrOck Productions
Released: 2010
Track listing: Merta; Cocomelastico; Off; Il Presidente; Adriatico; La Bolla; Uccellin del Bosco; Napier; Lindbergh.

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Uovo Fatali: Yugen Plays Leddi

Label: AltrOck Productions
Released: 2009
Track listing: Escher; Abisso; Campo; Colonia; Mattarello; Piani; Sviluppi; Uova Fatali I; Uova Fatali II; Uova Fatali III; Uova Fatali IV; Uova Fatali V; Compicazioni; Untitled.

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Yugen: Uovo Fatali: Yugen Plays Leddi

Read "Uovo Fatali: Yugen Plays Leddi" reviewed by John Kelman


While the concept of a new kind of classical music--liberally cross-pollinating beyond its furthest reaches--has been evolving since the 1970s with artists ranging from Univers Zero to Frank Zappa, there are those sadly overlooked in a new chamber music as likely to mix electric keyboards with violins as it is mandolin and drums with clarinets and ...


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