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Getting "Dense" at Gouveia

For those who go for the RIO/Chamber side of progressive music, Univers Zéro are royalty, and this video gives amble proof of how they earned their crown.

by Jon Davis, Published 2015-06-16


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Univers Zéro, Daniel Denis

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FM - Retroactive: FM Archives Volume 1 – This Canadian trio is probably best known for their three late-seventies LPs Black Noise, Headroom and Surveillance (the first of which saw CD reissue a couple years ago), sci-fi powered progressive...  (1996) » Read more

Mani Neumeier + Friends - Terra Amphibia: Deep in the Jungle – Terra Amphibia is the project which occupies Mani Neumeier during time away from Guru Guru. World music and East Asian culture appropriation are Mani’s hobbies, which find him jamming and flirting...  (2004) » Read more

Aka Moon - Invisible Sun – Invisible Sun is the tenth release by Aka Moon whose name derives from the band members’ experience with the Aka pygmies of central Africa. Invisible Sun is a part of Aka Moon’s musical triptych...  (2001) » Read more

Anaïd - Four Years – The hybrid French/English ensemble Anaïd may or may not still be in existence; this CD combines some tracks from their only LP Belladonna and selected material from before and after. The title...  (1995) » Read more

Kevin Leonard - Automatrix – In 1992 Kevin Leonard, North Star's keyboardist, released a self-produced solo cassette of eight jazz influenced progressive instrumental compositions. Now he has released this same music on CD....  (1997) » Read more