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  • Plejboj

    Plejboj (Serbian Cyrillic: Плејбој; transliteration for Playboy), the Serbian punk rock/ska band from Belgrade

  • Platypus

    Platypus, the progressive rock / jazz-fusion supergroup that consisted of members from Dream Theater, King's X and Dixie Dregs

  • Phish

    Phish, the American rock band noted for their extended jam sessions and musical improvisation

  • Pomplamoose

    Pomplamoose, the music group that consists of Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn

  • Pop Mašina
    Pop Mašina
    Pop Mašina

    Pop Mašina, the musician and rock band, a musical artist who was active for 1972 - 1978

  • Screaming Headless Torsos
    Screaming Headless Torsos
    Screaming Headless Torsos

    Screaming Headless Torsos or SHT, the experimental rock/jazz fusion band formed in 1989 consisting of guitarist David Fiuczynski, vocalist Dean Bowman, bassist Fima Ephron and percussionist Daniel Sasownick

  • Santana

    Santana, the flexible number of musicians accompanying Carlos Santana since the late 1960s

  • Pop Mašina
    Pop Mašina
    Pop Mašina

    Pop Mašina, the rock band, a musical artist who was active for 1972 - 1978

  • Ozric Tentacles
    Ozric Tentacles

    The Ozric Tentacles (commonly known as the Ozrics), the instrumental band from Somerset, England, whose music, which can loosely be described as psychedelic

  • Nightmare

    Nightmare, the visual kei rock band from Sendai, Japan

  • Motorpsycho

    Motorpsycho, the group known for 'Demon Box' (active 1989 to present)

  • Morphine

    Morphine, the alternative rock group formed by Mark Sandman and Dana Colley in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, in 1989

  • Mogul Thrash
    Mogul Thrash
    Mogul Thrash

    Mogul Thrash, the progressive rock band from the United Kingdom active in the early 1970s

  • Nathan Mahl
    Nathan Mahl
    Nathan Mahl

    Formed in 1981, Nathan Mahl, the Canadian Progressive rock band with Jazz fusion elements

  • National Health
    National Health

    National Health, the progressive rock band associated with the Canterbury scene

  • New Radicals
    New Radicals

    New Radicals, the American alternative rock band active for only 2 years between 1997 and 1999

  • New Academics
    New Academics
    New Academics

    New Academics, the four piece Funk rock band formed in Cape Town,South Africa

  • Shining

    Shining, the Norwegian band that started out as an pop jazz quartet in 1999

  • Smak

    Smak, the band and musician, a musical artist who was active for 1971 - 1981 and 1994 onwards

  • Toto

    Toto, the Grammy Award winning American rock band founded in 1976 by some of the most popular and experienced session musicians of the era

  • Tortoise

    Tortoise, the post-rock band formed in Chicago, Illinois, USA in 1990

  • The Reign of Kindo
    The Reign of Kindo

    The Reign of Kindo, the band from Buffalo, New York, signed to One Eleven Records

  • Traffic

    Traffic, the rock band from Birmingham, England, formed in early 1967 by Steve Winwood with Jim Capaldi, Chris Wood and Dave Mason

  • Tribal Tech
    Tribal Tech

    Tribal Tech, the progressive fusion band, originally formed in 1984 by guitarist Scott Henderson and bass player Gary Willis

  • Vampire Weekend
    Vampire Weekend

    Vampire Weekend, the group who formed in 2006

  • UK

    U.K., the short-lived British progressive rock supergroup active from 1978 through 1979

  • The Mothers of Invention
    The Mothers of Invention

    The Mothers of Invention, the rock and roll band active from 1964 to 1975

  • The Mercury Program
    The Mercury Program
    The Mercury Program

    The Mercury Program, the group known for 'From the Vapor of Gasoline'

  • Spock's Beard
    Spock's Beard

    Spock’s Beard, the group consisting of Ryo Okumoto, Dave Meros, Nick D’Virgilio, Alan Morse and Jimmy Keegan (active 1992 to present)

  • Soul Coughing
    Soul Coughing

    Soul Coughing, the New York-based alternative rock band active in the 1990s

  • Soft Machine
    Soft Machine

    The Soft Machine, the pioneering English psychedelic, progressive rock and jazz fusion band from Canterbury, named after the book The Soft Machine by William S. Burroughs

  • Tako

    Tako, the musician and rock band, a musical artist who was active for 1975 - 1981

  • Tempest

    Tempest, the British progressive rock band with core members Jon Hiseman (Colosseum) on drums and Mark Clarke (Colosseum, Uriah Heep) on bass

  • The Mars Volta
    The Mars Volta

    The Mars Volta, the American rock group founded by Cedric Bixler-Zavala, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, Isaiah Ikey Owens and Jeremy Michael Ward

  • Ten Years After
    Ten Years After

    Ten Years After, the English blues rock band, most popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s

  • Menomena

    Menomena IPA:, the indie rock band from Portland, Oregon, made up of Brent Knopf, Justin Harris, and Danny Seim

  • Opeth

    Opeth, the heavy metal band from Sweden formed in 1990 that is fronted by songwriter Mikael Åkerfeldt

  • Glassjaw

    Glassjaw, the group known for 'Worship and Tribute' (active 1994 to present)

  • Egg

    Egg, the English progressive rock band formed in July 1968

  • Edison Glass
    Edison Glass

    Edison Glass, the indie rock band from Long Island, New York

  • Manfred Mann's Earth Band
    Manfred Mann's Earth Band

    Manfred Mann's Earth Band, the jazz/rock group formed by Manfred Mann, in 1971, following the demise of Mann's former group Manfred Mann

  • Hatfield and the North
    Hatfield and the North

    Hatfield and the North, the group consisting of Phil Miller and Richard Sinclair (active 1972 to 1975)

  • Incubus

    Incubus, the five-piece American alternative rock band based out of Calabasas, California

  • If

    If, the progressive rock band formed in Britain in 1969

  • Do Make Say Think
    Do Make Say Think

    Do Make Say Think, the group consisting of Dave Mitchell, Charles Spearin, James Payment, Ohad Benchetrit and Justin Small (active 1996 to present)

  • Disciplina Kičme
    Disciplina Kičme
    Disciplina Kičme

    Disciplina Kičme, the musician and rock band, a musical artist who was active for 1982 onwards

  • Bad Brains
    Bad Brains

    Bad Brains, the American hardcore punk band formed in Washington, D.C. in 1977

  • Area

    Area, Italian progressive band

  • Beaten by Them
    Beaten by Them
    Beaten by Them

    Beaten by Them, the multi-national San Francisco/Melbourne/New York quintet combining cello, guitars, bass, drums and electronics

  • Centipede

    Centipede, the jazz/progressive rock/Canterbury sound big band with more than 50 members, organized and led by the British free jazz pianist Keith Tippett, that brought together much of a generation of young British jazz and rock musicians

  • Disciplin A Kitschme
    Disciplin A Kitschme
    Disciplin A Kitschme

    Disciplin A Kitschme, the group consisting of Gofie Bebe and Dušan Kojić

  • Colosseum

    Colosseum, the pioneering British progressive jazz-rock band, mixing progressive rock and jazz-based improvisation

  • Invisible

    After the break-up of Pescado Rabioso, Luis Alberto Spinetta founded Invisible with Carlos Alberto "Machi" Rufino (bass, backing vocals) and Héctor "Pomo" Lorenzo (drums)

  • Gong

    Gong, the progressive/psychedelic rock band formed by Australian musician Daevid Allen

  • Magma

    Magma, the French progressive rock band founded in Paris in 1969 by classically-trained drummer Christian Vander, who claimed as his inspiration a "vision of humanity's spiritual and ecological future" that profoundly disturbed him

  • Keane

    Keane, the group who formed in 1997

  • Jethro Tull
    Jethro Tull

    Jethro Tull, a Grammy Award–winning British rock group with a distinctive vocal style and lead flute work of front man Ian Anderson

  • Journey

    Journey, the American rock band formed in 1973 in San Francisco, California

  • Kraan

    Kraan, the group consisting of Peter Wolbrandt, Jan Fride Wolbrandt and Hellmut Hattler (active 1971 to present)

  • Citizen Swing

    Citizen Swing, the American jazz fusion band from Spokane, Washington

  • The Wrong Object

    The Wrong Object, the avant-garde jazz fusion band from Belgium

  • Korni Grupa

    Korni Grupa, the musician and rock band, a organisation that was disestablished on 1974 and a musical artist who was active for 1968 - 1974

  • The Polite Force

    The Polite Force, the British progressive rock / jazz fusion musical group, active from 1976 to 1978 in the Canterbury scene

  • Lucifer's Friend, the group consisting of Peter Hecht, Hans-Joachim Rietenbach, Peter Hesslein and Dieter Horns (active 1970 to present)

  • The Slip

    The Slip, the contemporary avant-rock trio from Boston, Massachusetts, United States

  • The Transmitters

    The Transmitters, the British alternative rock band active during the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s

  • Twinemen

    Twinemen, the low rock band based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA created by former members of the bands Morphine and Face to Face

  • Wild Colonials, the group consisting of Paul Cantelon, Scott Roewe and Angela McCluskey

  • X-Legged Sally

    X-Legged Sally, the group known for 'Killed by Charity' (active 1990 to 1997)

  • Zoro

    Zoro, the Japanese visual kei rock band formed in January 2007

  • Weldenforth

    Weldenforth, the British alternative rock group formed London, England in 1978

  • Warm Dust

    Warm Dust, the early 1970s jazz rock combo featuring Paul Carrack and Les Walker

  • Maneige

    Maneige, the group consisting of Alain Bergeron and Jérôme Langlois (active 1972 to present)

  • Þursaflokkurinn

    Þursaflokkurinn (en: the hobgoblins), often written in a simplified way ("Thursaflokkurinn"), the Icelandic progressive rock group that was mainly active in the late 1970s and early 1980s

  • Mojack

    Mojack, the instrumental rock band, formed by ex-Black Flag guitarist Greg Ginn

  • King Crimson, the musical group founded by guitarist Robert Fripp and drummer Michael Giles in 1969

  • Dungen, the group consisting of Reine Fiske, Mattias Gustavsson, Fredrik Björling and Gustav Ejstes (active 2001 to present)

  • Karate, the group consisting of Jeff Goddard, Gavin McCarthy and Geoff Farina (active 1993 to 2005)

  • Sid

    Sid, the Japanese visual kei rock band signed on to Sony Records

  • Sky Architect

    Sky Architect, the emerging progressive rock band based in Rotterdam, Netherlands

  • High Tide, the band formed in 1969 by Tony Hill (guitar, keyboards, and vocals), Simon House (violin and keyboards), Pete Pavli (bass) and Roger Hadden (drums)

  • Pierre Moerlen's Gong

    Pierre Moerlen's Gong, the progressive jazz-rock outfit which is very different from the first incarnation of Gong, the psychedelic space-rock act led by Daevid Allen

  • In Cahoots, the Canterbury scene band led by guitarist Phil Miller, their main composer

  • Quiet Sun

    Quiet Sun, the group known for 'Mainstream'

  • Sadistic Mika Band

    Sadistic Mika Band, the Japanese rock group formed in 1972

  • Slaraffenland

    Slaraffenland, the group known for 'Slaraffenland' (active 2002 to present)

  • Sloche

    Sloche, the group known for 'J'un œil'

  • 64 Spoons

    64 Spoons (also known as The Legendary 64 Spoons, or simply The Spoons), the British rock/pop band active in the late 1970s and early 1980s, who utilised strong elements of progressive rock, jazz-fusion, punk energy and performance comedy

  • Tangocrisis

    Tangocrisis, previously known as 020 (or zero2zero), the argentine rock / pop / fusion band from Buenos Aires, and one of very few to introduce tango elements in a rock context

  • Nova

    Nova, the Italian progressive rock/jazz fusion band that was formed in 1975 from members of the bands Osanna and Cervello

  • EXIT project

    EXIT project, the instrumental progressive rock, electronic music, art rock, experimental music, easy listening and jazz fusion band from Russia

  • FromUz

    FROM.UZ (early named Fromuz), the Uzbek progressive rock band formed in 2004 in Tashkent by Vitaly Popeloff and Andrew Mara-Novik

  • Perigeo

    Perigeo, the Italian progressive rock group that released a group of albums for RCA Italiana in the 1970s

  • Soft Heap

    Soft Heap, the group consisting of Hugh Hopper, Alan Gowen, Elton Dean and Pip Pyle (active 1978 to present)

  • KBB

    KBB, the Progressive rock/Jazz fusion quartet from Tokyo, Japan

  • Disen Gage

    Disen Gage, the instrumental progressive rock, psychedelic rock, jazz fusion and fusion group from Russia

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