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GC Down Mexico Way
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Wed., Feb 15, 2012

Robert Fripp will be directing an introduction to the Guitar Circle in Mexico in 2013. You can check out the details over on the Guitar Circle website

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Epitaph Top Ten
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Jan 4, 2016
My thanks to rzachol who tells me that Epitaph is number ten in the Polish Greatest Songs Of All Time poll. Read all about it here (in Polish). 

Happy New Year!
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Jan 1, 2016
A happy 2016 from everyone in King Crimson and all at DGM.

Pennies From Pandora
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Dec 31, 2015
The world of streaming services continues to be a somewhat uneven experience for artists. Pandora has recently been forced to up their royalty rate (thanks to Intrepid for the heads-up) and there's also news of a $150 million class action lawsuit against Spotify alleging "it knowingly, willingly, and unlawfully reproduces and distributes copyrighted compositions without obtaining mechanical licenses." Read all about it here.

A New Beginning
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Dec 31, 2015
There's a new course in January 2016 for anyone interested in developing a relationship with their guitar and music.

Check out the details here.

Best Of 2015
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Dec 31, 2015
King Crimson's appearance in Vancouver earlier this year is rated as one of the best live events of 2015 in the pages of the Vancouver Sun

The Story Of The Mellotron
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Wed., Dec 30, 2015
Here’s something to listen to as you recover from the excesses of the festive period. It’s an interview with author Nick Awde, about his 2008 book, Mellotron: the machine and the musicians who revolutionised rock, first broadcast on Resonance FM. You can listen here

Happy Birthday Peter Sinfield
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Dec 27, 2015
Peter Sinfield celebrates his birthday today. Originally a friend and song-writing partner of Ian McDonald, Sinfield first joined King Crimson as a roadie in early 1969 before going on to provide lights, lyrics and the name of the group.

Please raise a tipple of your favourite fancy and wish Peter the very best. 

Peace from Osaka
:: Posted by Mr Stormy on Thu., Dec 24, 2015
The Team have been busy to bring you this wonderful song just in time to listen to while you sip a tipple of your choice and munch on a mince pie.

:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Dec 24, 2015
Here's the final bunch of Thrakkies for 2015. A big thank-you to everyone who took the time and trouble of arranging their photos and sending them in.

Please keep your THRAKKIES coming - especially if you're getting it for Xmas - via competitions@dgmlive.com. In case you’ve not seen inside, you can take a look at this whistlestop video tour of the THRAK BOX and its contents. 

You can buy THRAK BOX from Inner Knot (US-based customers) or via Burning Shed (UK and Europe)

First up, a twofer from Martyn in Adelaide:

Preparing for THRAKATTAKc...

and release!

We really don’t recommend trying that at home.

The arrival of the big box prompted fond memories for Colin Coates. "My Thrak Box with the "genuine" Albert Hall ticket as well as the programme opened up on the support act"

Some people, and more than a few canine chums, find THRAK a relaxing experience. "Jeff Jankowski and Vivienne have been Thraked!"

Antonio Rampini proves the THRAK BOX is an ideal accompaniment for those sessions down at the gym. “My friend Valerio Bilotti and me (Valerio is the big boy who is lifting all sort of weights) would like to send our “Thrakkie" with our THRAK boxes.Valerio had also his Thrak shirt on, a pity you can’t see him…Sort of "DoubleThrakking Under Heavy… Manners”    :)”

Bob in Wisconsin was heard to declare the arrival of the box to be "A wealth of sonic wonderment!"

Thanks to Peter in San Francisco for brilliantly upping the weird quotient in this selection of snaps. I've heard folks say that THRAK is an electric experience but is that string of Xmas lights plugging directly into Peter’s head?

Proof that there’s a whole lot of bass end on the THRAK BOX comes from Arjen, who writes “I was just packing for a concert when I received this enormous Thrak box. My cello looks tiny in comparison. Only the double-bass was big enough to hold it.”


Finally, sound engineer Eric Dochez in Lille writes “Here's the evidence that my little daughter Wanda very much loves the new King Crimson THRAK box. We love all the old King Crimson Boxes too!”

Kcritics' Kchoice
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Dec 24, 2015
The latest edition of Prog magazine contains its annual critics' choice. Amid the undoubtedly deserved garlands handed to the great and good, King Crimson picked up a couple of accolades.

First up, under the Reissues category the Jakszyk/Fripp remix of THRAK nosed ahead of some stiff competition.

Secondly, when it came to the best gig of 2015 category, King Crimson's show at Hackney Empire was reckoned to be the hottest ticket in town. 

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