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On This Date 18 Years Ago
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Dec 1, 2015

ProjeKct One played a four-night residency at London’s Jazz Cafe.

The fraKctalisation of King Crimson into smaller research and development groupings marked the start of the next stage in the band’s evolution which would eventually see it move from the Double Trio to a Double Duo formation.

All four nights of the ProjeKct residency are available to download as a bundle or as individual concerts. Check them out here. 

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:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Sep 25, 2015
Fresh from his recent bout of talks on the King Crimson UK tour, David Singleton takes us through the process of putting together the successor to THRAKATTAK for the forthcoming THRAK BOX set. Check it out here or over at the DGMLive YouTube channel

All About That Stream
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Sep 25, 2015
Somebody somewhere is making money from streaming music but it doesn't seem to be the writers and artists whose work makes the whole thing tick over. Kevin Kadish, who co-wrote All About That Bass revealed that he's made just $5,600 from 178 million streams. Read more here.

Elsewhere, comes news that an important test case that has potential ramifications for artists whose work is put onto streaming services by their record labels. Read more here. A music industry insider comments "If this does set some form of precedent it's potentially very, very important. Making available rights have long been the artists' best hope for preventing all sorts of online abuses by streamers & record companies but, to date, have gone largely unchallenged. Potentially significant for any artist who doesn't have control of their catalogue & would rather not be on streaming services."

Belew's FLUX Update
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Sep 25, 2015
Adrian Belew's FLUX app has been updated, as Ade himself explained via his Facebook page:
our first FLUXette pack is now available! this is one of the most important aspects of FLUX and one that sets it apart from all other recording formats: I keep adding to it! FLUX is never done!

within a few hours those of you who have the FLUXbybelew app will receive a notification that new FLUX is available. you can download this first "FLUXette" by going into the 'store' tab in the app and then selecting the FLUXette expansion pack. you will then be prompted to buy via an in-app purchase.

the new songs, snippets, music pieces, visuals, and information will become a part of your random FLUX stream assuring even further that your FLUX experience will never be the same twice.

I can't wait to try it!

here is what the official release from NOIISE has to say:

More music, more art, more Adrian Belew!
This update includes the full FLUX store functionality, and the first expansion pack called 'FLUXette' is now available. It features over 25 minutes of brand-new Adrian Belew music and audio snippets, and a set of new 360° interactive visuals. Complete your collection, select the 'store' icon from the menu to check it out. Stay tuned for additional packs to be released in the near future.

We have listened to your feedback, and implemented some extra features:
- a REFRESH button is now available in the track info section, so if the tune finishes you can update the info to read about the currently-playing track without having to exit the screen.

- iPhone 6 and 6+ native compatibility [it now looks better on these devices].
- there were some reports of AirPlay compatibility issues, these should now be fixed.

- Apple Watch compatibility. FLUX on your wrist! Control your FLUX experience and read the track info, all from your Apple Watch. Is Adrian Belew the first musician to have a watch app? Maybe so!

- Audiobus compatibility. Yes that's right, you can now put FLUX by belew™ in the input slot or Audiobus, and then process the output with any of the amazing effects apps that are available. Of course, we suggest you start with Adrian's own FLUX:FX audio manipulation app!

Please keep the great reviews coming, and don't forget to share your FLUX by belew™ experiences on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

King Crimson In Japan 2015
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Sep 24, 2015

There are less than 50 tickets left for each of the first three nights in Tokyo. The fourth night is now SOLD OUT. As we speak there are only 50 tickets left for the first show in Osaka.Grab 'em soon!

Tokyo December 7(Mon)Bunkamura Orchard Hall

Tokyo December 8(Tue)Bunkamura Orchard Hall

Tokyo December 9(Wed)Bunkamura Orchard Hall

Tokyo December10(Thu)Bunkamura Orchard Hall

OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00 Ticket ,000(incl.tax/seated)
<info>Creativeman 03-3499-6669

Osaka December 12(Sat)Festival Hall
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00 Ticket ,000(incl.tax/seated)

Osaka December 13(Sun) Festival Hall
OPEN 16:00 / START 17:00 Ticket ,000(incl.tax/seated)
<info>Kyodo Information 0570-200-888

Nagoya December 21(Mon)Nagoya Century Hall
OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00 Ticket ,000(incl.tax/seated)
<info> Sunday Folk Promotion / 052-320-9100

THRAK BOX Reviewed
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Sep 24, 2015
From the pages of Uncut and the pen of reviewer Mark Bentley.

Don't forget you can order the 16-disc THRAK BOX from Inner Knot (USA) and Burning Shed (UK & Europe)

Paris In Pictures
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Sep 24, 2015
Tony Levin has posted another gallery of photographs - this time of the Crims in Paris. 

Final Night In Paris
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Sep 22, 2015
King Crimson are about to play their last night in Paris. From here they travel onto Utrecht for two sell-out shows completing the UK and European dates.

Well-Dressed Crim
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Sep 22, 2015
My thanks to Kev for sending me this link to what the dedicated follower of fashion might be wearing soon.

Mister Stormy's Monday Selection
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Sep 21, 2015
Mister Stormy has posted a preview of the forthcoming THRAK box - it's the team playing a brutal version of THRAK at the Warfield Theatre in a brand new mix by David Singleton. Check it out here.  

Crafty Strategies
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Sep 21, 2015
There are still places available to take part in The Symphony Orchestra Of Crafty Guitarists in Holland next month. The event will be the last to be directed by Robert Fripp in the foreseeable future.  Click here for full details.

Elsewhere, Crafty Steve Ball has devised a set of creative prompt cards based on Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt's ever popular Oblique Strategies. Entitled Bleak Strategies, Steve describes the packs as "Crafty cards with practical, tactical practices designed to unhinge human habits and improve improv in personal Music and group Circle work." Find out more here.

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