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Kscope Podcast Ninety Five – A Gleb Kolyadin Special
In the midst of this Siberian weather, Kscope Podcast 95 brings you an interview with Russia’s Gleb Kolyadin, the virtuoso pianist from the award-winning iamthemorning (discovered by Daniel Cavanagh from Anathema). He has released his debut solo album on Kscope, featuring a staggering bunch of progressive music’s greatest players, including: Gavin Harrison (King Crimson / Porcupine Tree) on drums; Nick Beggs (Steven Wilson) on bass; Theo Travis (Robert Fripp / Porcupine Tree / Steven Wilson) on flute and saxophone; the unmistakable voice and lyrics of Steve Hogarth (Marillion) plus Mick Moss (Antimatter) and also the fabulous Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater on additional keys.
The episode also brags new tracks from Tesseract and Gazpacho, the latest single from Paul Draper and a little something from the new Porcupine Tree coloured vinyl re-issues…
In this podcast:
Gleb Kolyadin (debut self-titled solo album)
“Storyteller” feat. Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater)
“Kaleidoscope” feat. Theo Travis (Steven Wilson)
Gazpacho “Soyuz One” (from Soyuz)
TesseracT “Luminary” (from Sonder)
Paul Draper “Jealousy is a Powerful Emotion” (from Spooky Action)
Porcupine Tree “The Sound of Muzak” (from In Absentia)
Releases in 2018…
Gleb Kolyadin ‘Gleb Kolyadin’
The debut solo album from the virtuoso Iamthemorning pianist featuring an impressive list of guest performers.
Paul Draper ‘Live at Scala’ & EP THREE
Live concert recording from the ex-Mansun frontman featuring a pulsing live atmosphere at full throttle at London’s Scala. EP Three is a digital only release.
Porcupine Tree ‘Deadwing’ & ‘In Absentia’
The rare and coveted albums that marked the band’s breakthrough finally remastered and reissued on vinyl.
Tangerine Dream ‘Quantum Key / Quantum Gate’
Tangerine Dream have been a fundamental influence on electronic and progressive music since their formation in West Berlin, 1967.
Sonder adds significant firepower to the band’s arsenal, blending the harsh abrasiveness of One (2011) and progressive ethereal elements of Altered State (2013) with the accessibility of Polaris (2015). This is one of the releases that you can’t miss.
The Norwegian art rock group are back. This time with the story of the doomed Russian space capsule Soyuz and its iconic captain Komarov.