What are some musical acts that you've recently discovered that made you think "What took me so long to find this?"? Some of mine: Phideaux - Phideaux Xavier is a prog rock multi-instrumentalist whose music should be right up the ally of fans of Yes, (Peter Gabriel-era) Genesis, and early (i.e. pre-1980) Jethro Tull. Czerwone Gitary - A Polish band formed in the mid-1960s. Their early stuff is in the vein of standard '60s pop (a la The Beatles), but with cello and violin being not uncommon in many of their songs. My favorite album of theirs (that I've heard--their music is incredibly hard to find) is Rytm Ziemi. It was released in 1974, and it sounds like it's from the '70s; it has a good mix of rock, pop, prog, and even funk. T2 - Another rather obscure band (though fairly well-known in the prog rock community), this band put out, IMO, one of the best examples heavy prog rock ever. Imagine, if you will, taking the music of Cream, then tack 5 or more minutes onto each song, and make the music all-around heavier and more complex, and, voila! There you have T2's It'll All Work Out in Boomland. Highly recommended for fans of Cream, Uriah Heep, Led Zeppelin, and other similar bands. That's all I'll post now. I tried to avoid going into music too obscure to find.