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Gleb Kolyadin

Label: Kscope Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Insight; Astral Architecture; White Dawn; Kaleidoscope; Eidolon; Into the Void; The Room; Confluence; Constellation/The Bell; Echo/Sigh/Strand; Penrose Stairs; Storyteller; The Best of Days.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gleb Kolyadin: Gleb Kolyadin

Read "Gleb Kolyadin" reviewed by Geno Thackara

One sometimes doesn't know where to start in describing things under the progressive-rock umbrella, considering that the term comes with such a pile of baggage it's practically impossible to see around. The modern-day genre (to the extent that's even a recognizable thing) arguably has even more issues than the 1970s version: there are more bands out ...

Planets + Persona

Label: Kscope Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Solar Sea; New Found Land; Night of the Hunter; Interstellar Medium; Unholy; Shafts of Light; Solar Storm.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Richard Barbieri: Planets + Persona

Read "Planets + Persona" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Prominent British keyboardist Richard Barbieri (Porcupine Tree, Japan, David Torn) and an impressive support lineup give true meaning to the conventional ambient-electronic allusions of space exploration. But the keyboardist ups the ante by incorporating groove-based settings amid pristinely recorded textures, streaming layers and the use of acoustic instruments for augmentation and expansion-type initiatives. Here, every note ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Richard Barbieri: Planets + Persona

Read "Planets + Persona" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Keyboards often play a supporting part in many ensembles, but Richard Barbieri still takes the idea farther than most. His roles as band member (in art-pop outfit Japan and eclectic rock band Porcupine Tree) have always been marked by a distinct lack of spotlighting. He works with atmospheres more than notes, and riffs or heads are ...

ARTICLE: REDISCOVERY

Sweet Billy Pilgrim: We Just Did What Happened and No One Came [2016 Kscope Remix/Remaster]

Read "Sweet Billy Pilgrim: We Just Did What Happened and No One Came [2016 Kscope Remix/Remaster]" reviewed by John Kelman

Sweet Billy PilgrimWe Just Did What Happened and No One CameKscope Music2016 (2005) My how things have changed. Upon first encountering Britain's Sweet Billy Pilgrim at the 2007 Punkt Festival in Kristiansand, Norway, funding was so diminutive that singer/songwriter/guitarist/multi-instrumentalist/erstwhile leader Tim Elsenberg was unable to bring the full group; instead, he ...

Hand. Cannot. Erase.

Label: Kscope Music
Released: 2015
Track listing: First Regret; Three Years Older: Hand Cannot Erase; Perfect Life; Routine; Home Invasion; Regret #9; Transience; Ancestral; Happy Returns; Ascendant Here On...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Steven Wilson: Hand. Cannot. Erase.

Read "Steven Wilson: Hand. Cannot. Erase." reviewed by John Kelman

Sometimes you never can tell. When British singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Steven Wilson released the old school progressive rock record The Raven That Refused to Sing (And Other Stories) (Kscope, 2013), who knew that it would not only turn out to be his best-selling album since walking away from Porcupine Tree to begin an increasingly successful ...


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