Progression Magazine (Oct '09-Jan '10)

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Summary

Progression Magazine is the foremost authority on art-rock and all sub-genres of progressive music. Each 100-page issue is devoted to news, reviews, interviews and analysis covering wide ranges of progressive artists. Progression is distributed internationally by subscription and select newsstands/n/nPublished quarterly and supplemented with between-issue web site content, Progression Magazine is the worldÂ’s foremost authority on art-rock and all other sub-genres of progressive music. Each 100-pages-plus issue is devoted to news, reviews, interviews and analysis covering a wide range of progressive music artists from around the globe. The coverage realm includes progressive rock/art-rock, progressive metal, avant-garde/experimental, jam band, neo-classical, electronic, fusion, modern jazz, improvisational, free-form, ambient/space/new age, symphonic, progressive folk, and other niches of eclectic musical expression.



Musicians who have graced the magazine's cover since Progression began publishing in 1992 include a who's who of classic and contemporary progressive acts: Yes, Jethro Tull, Mahavishnu John McLaughlin, Kansas, ELP, Allan Holdsworth, Steve Morse, Marillion, Iona, The Mars Volta, Dream Theater, Porcupine Tree, Spock's Beard, The Flower Kings, et al.



Progression is distributed internationally by subscription and on select newsstands, with dedicated readers in 42 countries. The magazine is widely considered a vital touchstone for both musicians and fans in the progressive music community, where discoveries are made, ideas are shared, and relationships form.



By submitting your EPK to Progression Magazine, you will be considered for all aspects of Progression's print and online editorial coverage including features, interviews, show reviews, CD/DVD/book reviews and more! If selected, Progression will use its discretion to see where you fit best.