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ProgSphere’s AwesomeCast: Episode 19 – A Guide to the 1970s Psychedelia

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ProgSphere’s AwesomeCast: Episode 19 – A Guide to the 1970s Psychedelia

This upload features tracks from Mu, May blitz, Hairy Chapter, Arzachel, Affinity and more.

There is one sure thing about the Anekdoten's Nicklas Barker. He knows about music. Being involved in pretty colorful genre specter, ranging from the avant-garde progressive rock with experimental leanings of aforementioned Anekdoten to instrumental psychedelia of My Brother the Wind to the horror soundtrack of Morte Macabre, Barker is a skillful craftsman. Having written the OST for the Spanish movie El Ultimo Fin de Semana has polished his musical visions, shaping his work as the gem of inestimable value.

We brought Nicklas in to be the track selector of this AwesomeCast.

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