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Under The Influence Part 942
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Mar 22, 2012

Let's hear it for Cursive. Band member  Tim Kasher says "I thought King Crimson was so weird and now, I think they're phenomenal. I think now we're definitely leaning to at one part of that tradition."

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Travis & Fripp's Follow Followed Up
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., Feb 16, 2013
A couple of new reviews of the the most recent Travis & Fripp album, Follow, have recently been published. Sputnik Musicís write-up reckons "Follow is beautiful. Sad without sounding bleak and uplifting without sounding joyful, the simple-sounding exterior of the album masks the complicated moods underneath. These men have over 70 years of professional experience pouring into this record and with these calming, ephemeral layers of sound serving as the backdrop for their expertise, itís no wonder Follow is one of the best ambient albums Iíve ever heard."

The album is also the subject of consideration here and there's an extensive review over at the Dutch Progressive Rock Pages by Raffaella Berry.

When The Pot Calls The Kettle Black
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Feb 15, 2013
My thanks to the mighty Anil Prasad for the heads-up on the news that Pirate Bay are suing a competitor for, ahem, copyright infringement. Read more here. 

Review of Songbook #1
:: Posted by David S on Fri., Feb 15, 2013

A very detailed description of one writerís journey of discovery with The Vicar Songbook#1 on Altrockchick.com

It is difficult to describe the importance for all those making music that there are the discerning ears necessary to complete the cycle. This one review completely changed atmosphere within the office.

"Songbook #1 has everything to do with talent, everything to do with musicianship and everything to do with artistic integrity."

Keeling Brought To Book
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Feb 15, 2013
Andrew Keeling has a second volume of his diaries published this week.

In The Shadow Volume Two collects Andrew's online diaries between 2006 - 2012, building up into a fascinating insight into the creative decisions facing a contemporary composer. You can find out more about the book by visiting Spaceward's website.

Meanwhile, Andrew's rock project with Otherworld is releasing a single soon. You can find out more details here. In case you missed it Andrew has also collaborated with King Crimson's David Cross for an album entitled English Sun. Released in 2009 you can buy a copy here and read my take on the album over on the blog.

Orchestral Reuter
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Feb 14, 2013
There's an orchestral version of Stick Men's Markus Reuter's extended composition, Todmorden 513 in the pipeline but the Colorado Chamber Orchestra, who are staging a performance and recording of the piece need your help. Find out more by visiting their Pledge Music site and see how you might make it happen. 

Stick Men Go Deep
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Feb 14, 2013
You can now preorder the new Stick Men album, Deep, directly from the Iapetus Records website where you can also listen to several tracks. 

And The Winner Is...
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Feb 14, 2013
Three names were pulled out of the hat today. Step forward Steven Leak of Ontario, Carlos Romeo of Madrid and Errol Tout of Western Australia. They each get a copy of the Guitar Circle of Europe album because a) they were plucked from the fickle fedora of fate and b) they were able to tell me that director of the GCE is Hernan Nunez. Thanks to everyone who took part and stayed tuned for another great giveaway soon. 

Double Trio Bundle Goes Live
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Feb 11, 2013
There are 28 shows available to download either as single gigs or as a budget-beating bundle from King Crimsonís North American tour in October and November 1995. The shows go from October 20th in Berkeley through to the 28th November 1995 at the Rosemont in Illinois. Please note that the show Crimso played on the 4th November at New Orleans is unavailable - the ADAT was chewed and the DAT source is unavailable. If youíve already purchased all four shows from this tour that were previously available (November 1st, 2nd, 11th & 12th) but still want to buy the bundle, youíll be eligible for a free download of your choice. 

Adrian Talks & Plays
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Feb 10, 2013
Here's a fascinating talk given by Adrian last year at the Chicago Humanities Festival. 

Trey Talks & Plays
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Feb 10, 2013
We've ran this one before but in case you missed it, take some time to listen and watch Trey Gunn talk about how the importance of finding your original voice as an artist. You can watch it here. Trey will also be appearing in New York this tomorrow (Monday) as part of the Security project, playing Peter Gabriel's music. Check out the details here. 

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