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Sunday, 15 April 2012
Astra - The Black Chord 
Looking at the cover, it's easy to mistake this 2012 space rock/psychedelic rock album as something Yes would have put out in about 1972. And although there is a strong prog vibe here, the spaced-out trip is what we're here for on this. "The Black Chord" is similar to a more concise, more focused version of Porcupine Tree's ambient prog album "Voyage 34", and in the sense that it is a lot easier to wrap your ears around, surpasses it hugely. Give it a whirl.