There are six bands with the name of Syzygy:
1. Syzygy was the name of the electronic music duo that recorded for Rising High Records and Infonet Records in the 1990s. Dominic Glynn and Justin Mackay produced a hybrid of techno, ambient and electronica culminating in the cult album "Morphic Resonance".
2. The progressive rock trio from Ohio USA, called Witsend; they changed their name to Syzygy because of legal problems, they now own the Syzygy rights.
Syzygy is an instrumental band, and sounds like Porcupine Tree, Transatlantic, Flower Kings, Dream Theater…
3. Syzygy, are a four-piece instrumental progressive rock/metal band which were active in Perth, Western Australia between 1995 and 2004. The band recorded its only album 'Prominence' early in 1997, which featured eight tracks - Reversal, Sunrise, Infinite Odds, Cry of the Wolf, Flight 537, Mistaken Identity, Mercury's Tears and Atmosphere. Other popular tracks 'The Friars Lantern' and 'The Forgotten Rhyme' were not released on the debut album, although members of the band keep in touch and a later recording may eventuate. Drummer Damien Petrilli and guitarist Jarred Scagliotta still perform together in their latest band 'Evolution Machine'.
4. Syzygy is forest psytrance project of Johan Hellqvist (Donkey Shot, Atishoo, Hallucinogenic Horses), Jens Eriksson (Purosurpo, Hallucinogenic Horses, Derango, Parallell Karusell) & Ola Eriksson (Derango, Hallucinogenic Horses, Kaabel, Øresund Space Collective).
5. Free jazz group from Wellington, New Zealand. Led by Jeff Henderson (saxophone). Other members included Paul Dyne (bass), Tom Callwood (bass), Noel Clayton (guitar), Joe Callwood (guitar), and Chris O'Connor (drums). Their album Tongue Grooves was released on Yellow Eye Records in 1997.
6. Syzygy is a band made up of one individual from California, USA. Most do not know their true identity. Syzygy has released the EP Spatial Awareness, and multiple singles. The one individual plays all the instruments themself.
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