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Art Zoyd
44 1/2: Live & Unreleased Works

A frankly ludicrous amount of material from French avant-garde outfit Art Zoyd. Eight CDs worth of live recordings between 1972-2004, four CDs worth of studio recordings, their full birthday performance filmed in RIO on DVD, plus another filled with TV performances… all in a single 12xCD+2XDVD+52 page booklet behemoth package, released on Cuneiform Records. Phew. I dare you to tackle the whole thing in one go.

Chicago / London Underground
A Night Walking Through Mirrors

Rob Mazurek and Chad Taylor’s long-running Chicago Underground project welcomes in some new voices from overseas: London’s Alexander Hawkins on piano and double-bass stalwart John Edwards. A Night Walking Through Mirrors is a wild ride of improvised music that pushes in all sorts of different directions, sometimes at once. It’s out on Cuneiform.

Guapo
Obscure Knowledge

Guapo are a group dedicated to making prog-rock a non-ridiculous prospect in this day and age, mostly by applying a small dose of post-rock thinking into the mix. Definitely plenty for old prog fans to enjoy in Obscure Knowledge’s several movements. Available on Cuniform, as a CD or as a (obviously) gatefold LP.
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Robert Wyatt
68

The old bearded prog-master himself, Robert Wyatt sings in a wide-eyed, articulate voice and crafts weird little songs around the edges, with piano, off-kilter harmonies and choruses that remind one of the sugar-pop days of Steely Dan more than anything else. In 1968, Wyatt took some downtime away from Soft Machine to make his own music, which was disregarded to rev up the Soft Machine again. '68' finally gives us a glimpse at those long-lost recordings.