King Crimson

For its fifth album, the Brazilian prog band Dialeto collaborate with King Crimson’s David Cross. The result is outstanding in its field. Read more

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Photo credit: No Limit Forever Records

Master P storms the city with a few of his fellow No Limit soldiers, on the same night that Milwaukee Americana master Hayward Williams releases his latest album. Read more

This Week in Milwaukee

The Stone House by Wingfield Reuter Stavi Sirkis should appeal to fans of latter-day King Crimson, whose guitarist Robert Fripp seems to provide at least partial inspiration. Read more

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Stick Men’s Prog Noir would not sound out of place heard next to any number of post-1980 Robert Fripp-King Crimson LPs with its oddly angled tuneful melodies and slightly askew yet utterly coherent rhythms. Read more

Album Reviews

My Brother The Wind’s Once There Was A Time When Time And Space Were One simmers with dark and dense instrumentals, pierced by clean guitars and melancholy rhythms. Fans of early Pink Floyd, Ash Ra Tempel and Amon Düül will especially find ... Read more

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