The quiet, introspective Eve shows off the Thalia Zedek Band’s impressive musical range. Zedek made her name playing her singular brand of ear-splitting, dissonant lead guitar with Come, Uzi and Live Skull, outfits known for their fierce approach to performing and recording. Her music with the Thalia Zedek Band may not be as loud, but it has the same level of emotional intensity that’s always been her trademark. Zedek will be guest editing magnetmagazine.com all week. Read our new feature on her.
Zedek: A few weeks ago I was playing at a basement show in Allston, Mass., with Dyr Faser, a band that I frequently play guitar and sing with when I have time. One of the other bands playing that night was a really cool band from Chicago called Wei Zhongle. They featured a clarinet, electric bass, electric guitar with tons of effects and angelic and acrobatic vocals. It could only be described as prog, but it was like nothing I ever heard before, and they had a crowd of rabid fans. Is prog making a comeback? Or maybe it never went away? Here are some websites /blogs that will keep you ahead of the curve (and don’t forget, you heard it here first!): https://julsprogkastblog.blogspot.com/