welcome to my dojo of progressive electronica my fine fellows. experimental prog northface 'entity on pied pier dont get going till 2min 40 sec but around the six min mark it goes booooooooooooooooooooooom http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OaDNV8Xpd00
prog the final frontier. These are the voyages of ETC. Its 45-year mission: to explore strange new pubs/clubs/bars/crack dens/whore houses, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.
i must leave this place ,but fear not,i shall return at first light and in the morn we will dine.in hell.
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"Walk with me through the universe, and along the way see how all of us are connected. Feast the eyes of your soul on the love that abounds, in all places seemingly endless, like your own existence."
Natious - Amber. This guy was on fire for a while and then promptly disappeared.
Dos Deviants (AKA Scottish progmeister Steven McCreery) used to knock out some sheer power under his Dos Deviants guise. 3 Waves is a personal fave, but it's not on YouTube.
You can't have a thread like this without at least 20 Whoop! releases and Marc Mitchell under his 'Human Movement' guise while his missus croons away. The lead is in this is still perhaps one of the best lead lines I've ever heard from an electronic music record.
Human Movement - Vidapura (sadly cut short though)
Oliver Lieb in this era was untouchable. Everything he put out was of utmost quality, and this is no exception. The label that put this out in the UK still owes me 500 quid. They owed Lieb money as well for the remix he did and never ponied up.
Many thanks for the invite ETC - You can be my wingman any day.
I did some digging on the harddrive when I got in and found 45 mins from the Nigel Dawson set I was on about. A mate tried to tape it from the radio (remember those?!) while I was there but screwed it up a bit - the tuning was out so the sound quality is absolutely appalling - but it might raise a smile or two.
Oh and if anyone can ID any of the tracks then feel free - #6 is a beast of epic proportions.