Kscope post-progressive sounds

Welcome to the Kscope Podcast, episode 98, in which we share an interview with Gazpacho's Thomas Anderson backstage as the band prepared for their performance at London's The Dome in support of new album Soyuz.

Thomas explains what the tour means to the band, the meanings and concepts behind Soyuz, and gives a clue as to how the band’s unique sound is created. Plus, he and podcast presenter Billy Reeves swoon over the gorgeous singing of Mr Jan-Henrik Ohme, just out of his earshot..

As Kscope gears up to ten years as an official label and 100 Podcasts, we give a clue as to how you can join in the celebrations, and play a spin of an historic release…

Also included: brand new music from the new album from Mariusz Duda’s Lunatic Soul.

 

In this podcast:

Gazpacho (tracks taken from Soyuz)

Hypomania

Emperor Bespoke

Soyuz Out

www.kscopemusic.com/gaz

 

No-Man

Wherever There is Light (taken from Schoolyard Ghosts)

www.kscopemusic.com/n-m

 

Lunatic Soul

The Art of Repairing (taken from Under the Fragmented Sky)

www.kscopemusic.com/ls

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