Kscope post-progressive sounds

Christmas Podding: the 2017 round up from your favourite record label. Featuring the voices and talents of STEVEN WILSON, AVIV GEFFEN, RICHARD BARBIERI, ANATHEMA, PAUL DRAPER, DANIEL TOMPKINS, JORDAN BETHANY TURNER, MARIUSZ DUDA, DARRAN CHARLES OF GODSTICKS, BRUCE SOORD, AND THORSTEN & ULRICH OF TANGERINE DREAM.

Richard Barbieri on Mick Karn
Track: ASHAMED TO BE A PART OF THEM

Blackfield (from V)
Track: FROM 44 TO 48 youtu.be/jFKBA_TsgWw

Richard Barbieri (from Planets + Persona)
Track: SOLAR SEA youtu.be/MQiZVQc06KM

Steven Wilson (from The Raven that Refused to Sing)
Track: THE RAVEN THAT REFUSED TO SING

Anathema (from The Optimist)
Track: CAN’T LET GO youtu.be/1GPxPPOUVBc

Paul Draper (from Spooky Action)
Track: WHO’S WEARING THE TROUSERS? youtu.be/ORdsJhh5qao

Tangerine Dream (from Quantum Gate)
Track: IT IS TIME TO LEAVE… youtu.be/EATh6aMCBXM

White Moth Black Butterfly (from Atone)
Track: THE SERPENT youtu.be/UCsezvJgpyo

Lunatic Soul (from Fractured)
Track: ANYMORE youtu.be/uGGe_B44DTU

The Pineapple Thief (from Where We Stood)
Track: FEND FOR YOURSELF feat. The Anchoress youtu.be/RCOCulnzDaE

Godsticks (from Faced with Rage)
Track: HARD TO FACE youtu.be/udeHU8tUjNY

Danny Cavanagh (from Monochrome)
Track: SOHO youtu.be/pKGoYUZ_B1c

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Kscope Podcast Ninety – Tangerine Dream and White Moth Black Butterfly Special

In this episode - some big announcements with some big names.

TANGERINE DREAM, the group that invented kosmiche, have a new LP coming out on Kscope. Edgar Froese has, sadly, joined the cosmic jokers in the sky, but he left instructions behind for his bandmates: we hear from Thorsten Quaeschning and Ulrich Schnauss on the creation of the new album and the political & societal conditions that helped formed the music of TD and their contemporaries.

DANIEL TOMPKINS, the singer of one of the UK’s biggest Progressive metal bands (Kscope’s TesseracT) invites presenter Billy Reeves to Mansfield in the coal-mining heartland of Nottinghamshire to talk about the disciplines of a professional singer and his new album as WHITE MOTH BLACK BUTTERFLY.

ANATHEMA are in the middle of a world tour but took time out to pick up their PROGRESSIVE MUSIC AWARDS ALBUM OF THE YEAR in London recently. To celebrate, there’s a new video for "Can’t Let Go" – and a video for guitarist/songwriter DANIEL CAVANAGH’s new solo track "The Exorcist" from his forthcoming LP Monochrome, we’ll hear snippets from both plus a snippet of LUNATIC SOUL’s new album, the talented creation by MARIUSZ DUDA , the bassist of one of Europe’s most influential groups RIVERSIDE.

In this episode:

White Moth Black Butterfly

http://www.kscopemusic.com/wmbb

"Atone"

"Tempest"

"Evelyn"

 

Anathema

http://www.kscopemusic.com/ana

"Can't Let Go"

 

Daniel Cavanagh

http://www.kscopemusic.com/dc

"The Exorcist"

 

Lunatic Soul

http://www.kscopemusic.com/ls

"Anymore"

 

Tangerine Dream

http://www.kscopemusic.com/td

"Tear Down the Grey Skies"

"It is Time to Leave When Everyone is Dancing"

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The 88th Kscope Podcast features a track from Paul Draper's forthcoming LP Spooky Action and a snippet of a forthcoming interview with the Mansun lynchpin, a track from Daniel Tompkins' (TesseracT/Skyharbour) side project White Moth Black Buttefly and a chat with the man himself.

Following are two exclusive first-listens: an instrumental track from Old Fire (The collaborative American-Gothic group lead by John Mark Lapham of The Earlies), and a track from the forthcoming The Pineapple Thief concert film featuring Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree/King Crimson) on drums!!

In This Episode:

Paul Draper – “No Ideas (feat. Steven Wilson)” (from Spooky Action Deluxe Version)

www.kscopemusic.com/pd

 

White Moth Black Butterfly – “The Serpent” (from Atone)

http://found.ee/AtoneAnnouncement

 

Old Fire – “Bloodchild (Instrumental Version)” (from Songs from the Haunted South)

www.kscopemusic.com/of

 

The Pineapple Thief – “Take Your Shot (Live @ Islington Assembly Hall)” (from Where We Stood)

www.kscopemusic.com/tpt

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