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Satoko Fujii & Joe Fonda - Four

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The free cosmic music that pianist Satoko Fujii and bassist / flutist Joe Fonda create together is at once magical and liberating, feelings that are easily convered by the musicians as they work...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2019-11-18)

Care of the Cow - Dogs' Ears Are Stupid

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Care of the Cow was a trio based out of Chicago in the early 80s who played a fascinating blend of psychedelic folk, minimal electronics, and post punk weirdness. Their second album,...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2019-11-17)

The Devil's Trade - What Happened to the Little Blind Crow

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Dávid Makó is a Hungarian singer who has worked in a couple of metal bands I’ve never heard — Stereochrist and HAW — but The Devil’s Trade is his entirely solo...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2019-11-16)

Matt Sargent - Separation Songs

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With Separation Songs, upstate-New York based composer, guitarist, music technologist, and audio engineer Matt Sargent makes his first appearance in the pages of Exposé....

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2019-11-15)

One of Hours - When You Hear the Music, It's Yours

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Winding the clock back to 1966 in Lexington, Kentucky, a group of friends at the University of Kentucky got together to form the garage-psych band One of Hours. They released their first 45,...

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2019-11-14)

Rhys Marsh - October after All

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My last encounter with Rhys Marsh’s solo career was Sentiment (2014), which was a lovely set of...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2019-11-13)

Michael Byron - Bridges of Pearl and Dust

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For a number of years, composer Michael Byron has been on Exposé’s radar, beginning with his 2003 full length release Awakening at the Inn of the Birds, and more...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2019-11-12)

Lunar Cape - Lunar Folk Tales

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In 2015 the Russian extraterrestrial band Lunar Cape released their debut album, Just Lunatics....

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(Posted by Henry Schneider 2019-11-11)

Jamie Saft / Steve Swallow / Bobby Previte - You Don't Know the Life

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Unlike this trio’s last outing, Loneliness Road (2017), You Don’t Know the Life ventures out of the piano trio mold with other keyboard instruments in the mix, mostly...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2019-11-10)

Bizirik - Ceremonia

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Bizirik is one Cristián Larrondo who was the bassist and Chapman Stick player for Mar de Robles, a fine Chilean band that released two excellent albums in the early to mid 2000s on the...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2019-11-09)

Latest news

2019-11-07
Glenn Smith RIP – Glenn Smith, founder, mandolinist, and primary composer of the DeLand, Florida based prog / fusion band Magnatar, passed away on October 18th 2019 at the age of 68, after a brief illness.  » Read more

2019-11-04
Dino Brassea RIP – Word reaches us of the passing of Dino Brassea, who sang and played flute in Cast for many years. By our count, Brassea appeared on 11 Cast albums between 1994 and 2002. He also released music as a solo artist. » Read more

2019-10-06
Ginger Baker RIP – Legendary English drummer Ginger Baker has died at the age of 80. After coming to fame with Cream in the 60s alongside Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce, he became one of the most recognized and influential drummers of the rock era. On September 25, his family announced that he was critically ill, and on October 6 his death was confirmed. » Read more

2019-08-20
Alex's Hand Seeks Spa Treatment – American / European band Alex's Hand has a new album in the works called Hungarian Spa, which looks to be their biggest and best yet, featuring a large roster of guest musicians. They're seeking funding to take the project on the road, and are looking for help from the crowd of wisdom. » Read more

2019-06-05
Legendary Co-Founder of The 13th Floor Elevators Passes Away at Age 71 – Sadly, Roky Erickson passed away on May 31, 2019. Known as the father of psychedelic music and co-founder of the ground breaking 13th Floor Elevators, Roky had a profound influence on music from the 60s to today. Plagued by his own personal demons, Roky had a difficult life and is now free of these burdens. » Read more


Previously in Exposé...

Frogg Café - The Safenzee Diaries – First things first. This is one of the absolute best sounding live albums this writer has heard, made even more surprising because nearly every track across the 2CD set was recorded at a different...  (2008) » Read more

Travis Larson Band - Rate of Change - Live – This concert video commemorates The Travis Larson Band’s tenth anniversary. With four studio albums and a ton of touring under their belts they’ve made a name for themselves as purveyors of...  (2011) » Read more

Drifting in Silence - Fallto – Let’s face it, even when you like ambient electronic music, sometimes you’re just not in the mood for it. But it might be cool to have something non-ambient that features some of the same textures...  (2008) » Read more

Michael Zentner - Present Time – Formerly of the Muffins, Michael Zentner and his solo release drifted into obscurity over ten years ago, from which they have just been rescued. The lineup on this album differs from track to track,...  (1994) » Read more

Giles > Giles > Fripp - The Brondesbury Tapes – The early exploits of Giles, Giles and Fripp have always been a footnote considering the impact of the first King Crimson album on unsuspecting English and US audiences. Their only album, The Cheerful...  (2002) » Read more



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