The debut release from Berlin based psychedelic prog project Margin titled "Psychedelic Teatime” covers much ground between old and new progressive and psychedelic rock. Flowing together, developing melodies with sounds and noises that are wonderfully fuse together, the spirit of 70’s prog shines through with a unique modern flare.
I first heard this release on progstreaming.com, a site dedicated to featuring full length progressive rock albums. While I primarily focus on high-resolution releases, I was intrigued by the quality of their recording, even when listening at the low 128 bit-rate, and got a copy for review. Naturally the compact disc version offers a drastic improvement, but still comes along with the constraints of the format. As is common with compact discs, the top end is edgy, but less so than many other releases I have heard.
The overall mix is very clear...Read more