At the end of September Kscope hosted a special night at the Union Chapel in London. Nosound, Engineers, Bruce from The Pineapple Thief and Anathema all performed stripped back sets in this breath-taking venue.
Live recordings of the artists involved along with interviews, recorded at sound-check, backstage and aftershow, are featured in the latest Kscope podcast which is now online.
The Union Chapel in north London; arguably London’s nicest venue. It’s a working church, built in the Victorian gothic revival style in the 1870s, it’s also a centre for the arts. It’s unspoiled inside, the audience sit in pews, it’s gorgeous. We invited four of the Kscope family to perform unique versions of some of their repertoire: you’ll hear tunes from Nosound, Engineers, Bruce Soord from The Pineapple Thief (with Alx Leeks) and Anathema. PLUS pre-show, backstage and aftershow interviews with all the artistes as we were (very kindly) allowed to go running around with a microphone.
Interviews with Giancarlo Erra (Nosound), Bruce Soord (The Pineapple Thief), Mark Peters (Engineers), Vinny and Danny Cavanagh (Anathema)
Nosound – Lightdark (original from ‘Lightdark’)
Engineers – What it’s Worth (original from ‘In Praise of More’)
Bruce Soord (The Pineapple Thief) – My Debt to You (original from ‘Tightly Unwound’)
Anathema – A Natural Disaster (original from ‘A Natural Disaster’)
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