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Progressive Anarchists - West Meets East (LP)

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A1: Aerosoles

A2: Sandwiched Homes

A3: Ostpolitik

B1: Radio From Gliese 581C

B2: Church Of Ghosts

B3: Island Of Stability


The vinyl release is based on a different master to satisfy the different preferences of different listeners and the characteristics of this media. It is self-released and not on label.

about the album

The album "West Meets East" contains a selection of six songs in an untypical style of psychedelic music - influenced by various kinds of electronic music as well as progressive rock and post rock. The production of West Meets East has been done using various hardware synthesizers which were sometimes played using MIDI guitars and electronic wind controllers with the goal to play unknown and rare sounds in an uncommon way.
The goal of the Progressive Anarchists is to compose genre-free psychedelic music with a progressive flow and rare sounds. The music may be described as a mixture of "Old School"  goa trance, ambient, dub as well as post rock and even classic rock. But it isn't really anything of that - just to imagine.

how to get

The digital version of this album is available on the most popular streaming and download platforms but the album can also be listened for free on Soundcloud or be downloaded on our website for free. The vinyl release may be ordered at bandcamp. Use the discount code 'psybient' to get 10% off.


about Progressive Anarchists

We are two guys (Paul and Thomas) from central Germany working together in our studio. The production of electronic music is more or less a hobby of us. Progressive Anarchists were originally found in the MID-1990s to release Fasttracker files. During the years, a studio has been created a DAW with different hardware and soft synths replaced the old Fasttracker. After releasing many single tracks just to provide them as free downloads over the years, we decided to release an album with six selected works on vinyl.



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  • 1 month later...

I listened to it two times at Bandcamp, this is definitely something experimental and crossing the genre barriers... good moments but for me too chaotic, even chaotic music needs some organization in my opinion. I really like the 3rd track though because of the dramatic melody that stands out throughout the track. Track 2 is also worth listening. Track 5 may be the most accomplished of the album. 

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Thanks for your feedback.

Well... track 5 is the most complicated one on the album and finally was in comparison to the other ones really hard work. At last it took a long time to find out a suitable way to mix the single instrument tracks together to make everything listenable as good as possible.

The third track which is your favourite one was a spontaneous idea which didn't require so much production time like the 5th one. But may be it is really the best one in it's realisation.


At the end of the last year, we finished another track - the first one after the album release:

But this is just a freebie which hasn't been mastered by an audio engineer yet.


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It's XMAS time. Therefore we offer free Bandcamp download codes and a discount on the vinyl album. Go to our website using the following link to get your code: https://www.progressive-anarchists.org/xmas.html

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