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Beardfish is a band from Gävle, Sweden that plays progressive rock. Their style resembles the progressive rock that was popular in the 1970s.
In 2001, Rikard Sjöblom and David Zackrisson founded Beardfish together with Petter Diamant on drums and Gabriel Olsson on bass. Drummer Petter Diamant subsequently left the band, and was replaced by Magnus Östgren in 2002; flautist and keyboardist Stefan Aronsson also joined.
Robert Hansen replaced Gabriel on bass, and Beardfish recorded their debut album Från en plats du ej kan se in Stefan's studio in 2003. Stefan left the band shortly thereafter. Despite "Från en plats..." being released and passing by quite unnoticed, Beardfish continued to tour as a four-piece band, w...
Änglagård is a progressive rock band from Sweden formed in 1991 by guitarist and vocalist Tord Lindman and bassist Johan Högberg. Their primary influences included bands such as King Crimson, Genesis, Trettioåriga Kriget, Schicke Führs Fröhling, Van Der Graaf Generator, and other bands of the 1970s. They released two albums, Hybris (1992) and Epilog (1994), as well as a live album (Buried Alive (1994), taken from a 1992 festival appearance) before breaking up. Their first two studio albums are among the most highly regarded progressive works of the 1990s by fans of the genre. Their music is entirely instrumental (aside from some sparse vocals in songs such as "Vandringar I Vilsenhet" and the bonus track "Gånglåt från Knapptibble") and f...
Soniq Circus is a Swedish band that plays progressive music with a touch of 70ths rock and metal. The band's debute album was released 2007 at Progressive Records.
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Caravan is a British progressive rock band from Canterbury, United Kingdom, founded by former Wilde Flowers members David Sinclair, Richard Sinclair, Pye Hastings, and Richard Coughlan. Caravan rose to success over a period of several years from 1968 onwards into the 1970s as part of the Canterbury scene which also included Soft Machine. Caravan still continue a part-time gigging existence into the present.
The band were largely dormant in the 1980s, but a 1990 reunion, planned as a one-off for U.K. television's Bedrock show, restarted their career. Latterly they have also achieved steady sales and a fan following with the support of the more eclectic corners of radio, like BBC Six Music's Freak Zone and the growing re-emergen...