It's Prog Jim But Not As We Know It: Levitation
Meanwhile Gardens [Flashback]
Back in 1998 when we launched Classic Rock magazine, we ran a feature in the very first issue titled: Meet The New Prog. Same As The Old Prog? which posited the idea that prog had moved on apace from its be-caped days of the early 70s and its influence could now be heard in more modern day acts such as Radiohead, Spiritualized and even The Verve. Obviously, such a statement didn’t sit well with everyone, but one only has to look at albums like Kid A and Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space to note that there was a connection of sorts.