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Kscope’s latest exicing new project, Wisdom of Crowds, which features the talent of The Pineapple Thief’s Bruce Soord and Jonas Renske, lead vocalist of Katatonia, is set to be released on the 3rd June. Originally written with Renkse’s voice in mind, Soord sought out the acclaimed Katatonia vocalist to complete the compositions and release the [...]
I need more hours in the day. Never has that been more evident than when faced with reviewing the latest release from Steven Wilson, The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories). You see Dolly Parton worked 9-5. I’d love that, what a way to make a livin’, but I work way more hours [...]
I’m desperately fed up of being told that 2012 has been full of outstanding releases. This has led me to the conclusion that either everyone around me is getting deaf in their old age, or so desperate for good music, they’re not listening properly and accepting whatever comes their way. Now for my next challenge; [...]
What better way to start your day than with hearing a new track from the forthcoming Anathema album. The track is titled ‘The Beginning And The End’ and features on the forthcoming album ‘Weather Systems’ which is released on Kscope on April 9th Even better still, head over to http://www.burningshed.com/store/kscope/confirmfreedownload/46/ and download the track for [...]
Weather Systems is the follow-up 2010’s We’re Here Because We’re Here. That album featured prominently in numerous end-of-year polls and the producer, Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree), has described it as ‘definitely among the best albums I’ve ever had the pleasure to work on.’ The bar for Weather Systems has been set pretty high then but [...]
After the stunning 2010 release of We’re Here Because We’re Here, getting my mitts on Anathema’s new release Falling Deeper, is probably one of the most exciting musical events of the year on my calendar. As Mr Music, Steven Wilson himself said, WHBWH was ‘definitely among the best albums I’ve ever had the pleasure to [...]
‘Falling Deeper’ continues where the acclaimed 2008 album ‘Hindsight’ left off. The album features brand new arrangements of songs and haunting melodies from the band’s earliest days as pioneers and co-creators of an entire genre of heavy music. ‘Falling Deeper’ is a mesmerising blend of the orchestral – majestic and at times ethereal – with [...]