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  1. Feather Bed [EP]
    by Jakub Zytecki
    Mandala Mandala
    Jakub Zytecki explores his softer side and proves that he is just as badass with the gain turned down on his guitar. As with all releases that bear his signature, Feather Bed features exemplary, mind-blowing fretwork throughout while simultaneously exhibiting Jakub's unique approach to rhythm guitar and composition. If you liked Wishful Lotus proof, especially songs like Nullity Rooted and Eternal Fact of Water, you will love this EP all the way through!
  2. Distant Worlds IV: more music from FINAL FANTASY
    by Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY
    Zephyr Memories -Legend of the Eternal Wind- (FINAL FANTASY III) Zephyr Memories -Legend of the Eternal Wind- (FINAL FANTASY III)
    This has to be the best set list of any Distant Worlds record to date. So happy to see some of the lesser-known pieces such as Phantom Forest and Zephyr Memories, as well as some FF XV songs, finally receiving the full orchestra treatment. For long-time Final Fantasy fans, this is a must-buy.
  3. The Taking Shape EP
    by Mary Spender
    Taking Shape Taking Shape
  4. Whoopie Cat
    by Whoopie Cat
    When The Light When The Light
  5. Polygons
    by Shawn Cav Ensemble
    Polygons Polygons
  6. Blue Island
    by Reuben Gingrich
    Mystique (feat. B.C. Manjunath) Mystique (feat. B.C. Manjunath)
  7. Arch Echo
    by Arch Echo
    Color Wheel Color Wheel
    Infectious, head-banging prog metal with jazz fusion tendencies on full display here! Arch Echo's sound is reminiscent of Dream Theater's mixed with some Plini and Tosin Abasi-esque guitar lines, but the real star of the show, for me, is the use of keyboards throughout. It really lends a distinctive electronic, dance music feel to the whole album. Color Wheel would fit right in on a DDR mix. Awesome debut!
  8. Senpai EP II: The Noticing
    by Sithu Aye
    The Noticing! (ザ・ノーティシング!) The Noticing! (ザ・ノーティシング!)
  9. Hero of Time (Music from "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time")
    by Eric Buchholz
    Sheik Sheik
    Someone finally orchestrated Sheik's theme, enough said. Thank you Eric Buchholz, I'm especially glad that it was your incredible talents that brought this work to life! Oh, and the rest of the tracks are beautiful too, of course.
  10. Guitar Band
    by Bob Reynolds
    Crush (Live) [feat. Mark Lettieri, Nir Felder, Kaveh Rastegar, Robert 'Sput' Searight] Crush (Live) [feat. Mark Lettieri, Nir Felder, Kaveh Rastegar, Robert 'Sput' Searight]
    I was sold on "Crush" as soon as I heard it on Bob Reynolds' Youtube channel. Extremely tasteful, lyrical, minimalist jazz with flavors of Miles Davis throughout. The rest of the album does not disappoint either. Featuring a star-studded cast of artists that any fan of Snarky Puppy would recognize, Guitar Band is a soulful love letter to days gone by. Improvisational jazz at its finest, and highly recommended.
  11. Flint
    by Bill Laurance
    Swag Times Swag Times
  12. Known-Unknown
    by Trichotomy
    Five Five
    by Trichotomy
    Strom Strom
  14. Who Bit the Moon
    by David Maxim Micic
    Who Bit the Moon Who Bit the Moon
    At this point, I don't think David is capable of producing music that doesn't grab your ear immediately and refuse to let go. Who Bit the Moon features all of the distinctive qualities of David's previous works - the saturated walls of sound, the cinematic orchestration, the innovative electronics - and raises it the the nth degree. He hasn't soloed much on his recent records, but the one midway through the title track is blistering. Well done again, Mr. Micic!
  15. The Rhythm Future Quartet
    by The Rhythm Future Quartet
    Cherokee Cherokee
    Fantastic gypsy jazz. Not much more needs to be said. In their debut album, the Rhythm Future Quartet show off the virtuosic chops that have since earned them glowing critical praise, and they do so in a tasteful manner that accentuates the high-energy, up-tempo and infectious music that is characteristic of the genre. Absolutely love this album!
  16. Foreword
    by Disperse
    Tether Tether
    Boy, if some of these songs aren't the most groovy I've ever heard. Disperse absolutely knock it out of the park with their sophomore effort, injecting a sense of freshness and delight to the progressive genre. The songs on this album are noticeably less "metal" than those of Living Mirrors, but they're more distinct melodically and more fun to listen to in general. Great job gents!
  17. Amour, t'es là?
    by Banda Magda
    Amour, t'es là? Amour, t'es là?
  18. Dunno
    by Owane
    Multivitamin Juice Pt. 1 Multivitamin Juice Pt. 1
    Owane returns with another stellar collection of guitar-centric progressive goodness. More diverse and varied than its predecessor, this release sees Owane exploring heavier and more electronic elements, but it never sacrifices the brilliant and crisp technicality of his playing. Great licks and infectious rhythms abound in this disk, making it hard to put down. Great job Owane!
  19. Innate
    by Mammoth
    Innate Innate
  20. beets 3
    by Birocratic
    sombre, green sombre, green
  21. In Motion
    by Square One
    Square One Square One
  22. Floa
    by Mammal Hands
    Hourglass Hourglass
  23. Deviations
    by Mammoth
    Unlimited Access to the None Unlimited Access to the None
    Man, these guys can play! One of the cleanest records I've ever listened to from a technical perspective. Mammoth flit around ever-shifting time signatures and key changes without missing a beat, and they do so with assuredness and confidence while managing to blend elements of prog metal, jazz fusion (a la Allan Holdsworth) and funk. Pretty awesome stuff on display here.
  24. Stritch's Brew
    by Super Soul Bros.
    Stickerbrush Symphony Stickerbrush Symphony
    Great choice of classic game music, some of which are rather obscure, done by a group of guys of who have, well, soul! You can clearly hear the passion that the players have for these games, and their renditions are some of the best I've heard.
  25. Spark and Echo
    by Mark Lettieri
    Goonsquad Goonsquad
  26. Handmade Cities
    by Plini
    Electric Sunrise Electric Sunrise
  27. StarSystems III
    by StarSystems
    Entropy (feat. Jake Howsam Lowe) Entropy (feat. Jake Howsam Lowe)
  28. Tiny, Little Light
    by Umi
    After Warmth (ft. Jakub Żytecki) After Warmth (ft. Jakub Żytecki)
  29. Purple Funk
    by Small House
    Introlude Introlude
  30. Westerly
    by Andy Hauck
    Rainsong Rainsong
  31. Yerakina
    by Banda Magda
    El Pescador El Pescador
    Absolutely gorgeous music. I don't know what amazes me more, the proficiency with which Magda and her band are able to drift through different styles and cultures, or the deftness and intricacy of their compositions. Magda has been recognized by such artists as Snarky Puppy and Louis C.K., and it's easy to see why. This record is worth every second and every penny.
    by Joel Grainger
    Fly Fly
  33. Umi
    by Umi
    Leaf Boat Leaf Boat
  34. Genesis Frog
    by Alexander Rosetti
    Prelude Prelude
  35. Scattering
    by Progger
    Endorphin Endorphin
    These guys create an incredible sound! It's like Snarky Puppy, except...proggier. Guitar and horn-centric fusion melodies weave and overlay phenomenal drum playing to create a pulse-pounding and thoughtful experience. Highly recommended!
  36. Set Course for Andromeda
    by Sithu Aye
    Space Cadet Space Cadet
  37. Bach: Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1
    by Kimiko Ishizaka
    Prelude No. 2 in C minor, BWV 847 Prelude No. 2 in C minor, BWV 847
  38. Every Piece Matters
    by Plini
  39. Flux
    by Sean Ashe
    Luminescence Luminescence
    This album is a real ray of sunshine in the dead of winter! Sean Ashe's compositions are bright, moody and colorful, and his excellent guitar work complements the textures nicely. Flux is a real diverse piece of work, sure to please fans of rock, blues and fusion in equal measure. Awesome stuff through and through!
  40. The Shape of Colour
    by Intervals
    I'm Awake I'm Awake
  41. Spocket
    by Spocket
    Foxin Foxin
  42. Infinitely Within
    by Sono Lumini
    Burn Burn
  43. Resurrecting Id
    by Resurrecting Id
    Awake Awake
  44. Meta-Musica
    by Funky Knuckles
    16 Bars 16 Bars
  45. Senpai EP「先輩EP」
    by Sithu Aye
    Senpai, Please Notice Me! (先輩、私に気付いて下さい!) Senpai, Please Notice Me! (先輩、私に気付いて下さい!)
    The very concept behind this EP is tongue-in-cheek and completely cheesy, and I love every second of it! Sithu's put together another catchy collection of metal-prog goodness so sweet that it threatens to give you a cavity. Listen and prepare to have this on loop for awhile!