Articles by Zachary Nathanson
The music itself isn’t just your typical progressive rock album, but it’s surreal, nightmarish, insanity, avant-garde, doomy, and right in your face.
While it may not be everyone’s cup of coffee per se, Crane has come a long way to bring her debut solo album to life.
Hip To The Jag is Torabi’s crown jewel. He doesn’t pull any punches bringing his own music to life with his debut solo album.
Argo Vals is someone you may or may not be familiar with. Not only that he’s from Estonia, but he’s also a composer, working with electronics, and a guitarist. What Vals would do is to take his music by going through these sudden movements between the …
I have the utmost respect on the direction of what they want to go into throughout their latest release. But it is quite a journey throughout the entire album on who you really are.
Haken are returning back to their roots with their first three albums, Virus is a big giant step forward.
Deep Energy Orchestra have unleashed a new album after their grand slam debut in 2018.
Martyr is Lindsay Schoolcraft’s crowning jewel… who knows what the future will bring.
It is a dark, disturbing, and wonderfully done release.
Electric Castle Live and Other Tales is the adventure you need to embark on.
Kindred is the band returning to their original sound and is a welcoming return to the darker edges of the forest.
What Toundra has done is to bring their circle in full and they really stepped up the ante with Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari.
They’ve been around for 17 years and their music can take you throughout their incredible textures of Jazz like you’ve never heard it before.
With Truce… he has unleashed another powder keg to push the boundaries even more.
Sleepwalking is perhaps one of the finest albums to come out for 2020.
Sonar are back in action for another round trip adventure with David Torn.
Now was this album worth the wait to start the New Year off with a bang? Absolutely!… The Other Side is a warm welcoming return for Nektar.
It’s been 11 years since No-Man have released a new album after Schoolyard Ghosts. For the past 32 years their music has been this crossover between ambient, trip-hop, dreamy, chamber, and the art genre. This year, they’ve returned home to the mothersh …
This album can bring greater powers to life as she continues to keep her music growing more and more.
Hyperuranion is Chat Noir’s ‘Pièce De Résistance’… What will the band think of next?
I need to check out more of Isildurs Bane’s music to hear what I was missing. But for this amazing alliance, it is one of the best releases of 2019.