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Porcupine Tree

Fear Of A Blank Planet (cd / double vinyl pre-orders)

2017 Kscope editions of Porcupine Tree's 2007 classic remastered by Steven Wilson from the 2012 masters.

Available as a CD in media book (with a 24 page booklet) and as a double 180g blue vinyl edition featuring, for the first time, the original 6 track album spread out across 4 sides. The vinyl has been cut at 33 and a third rpm to optimise quality and is packaged in a gatefold sleeve with insert.

Pre-order for 7th April release.


Remedies (vinyl with cd pre-orders)

Without losing the bandís melancholic and melodic trademarks, Remedies finds Soup exploring a more jam oriented landscape, and experimenting with 1970's Prog influences.

Produced by Paul Savage (Mogwai/Franz Ferdinand). Artwork by Lasse Hoile.

180g vinyl in gatefold with CD in digisleeve.

We have 50 copies of the extremely limited edition, which include a one-off photo print signed by Lasse Hoile.

Pre-order for 7th April release.

Nad Sylvan

The Bride Said No (cd / double vinyl pre-orders)

In 2015, Nad Sylvan made a strong impression with his conceptual solo release Courting The Widow (a vampiric tale with a 17th Century ambience). 2017's The Bride Said No continues the fascinating plot of Courting The Widow, utilising an even more diverse musical palette.

Guests include Steve Hackett, Tony Levin and Guthrie Govan.

Available as a CD in digipak, and a double 180g LP in gatefold cover with CD.

Pre-order for 26th May release.

Ryuichi Sakamoto

async (cd / double vinyl pre-orders)

"What kind of sounds/music do I want to listen to?"

2017's async is the answer to this question that Ryuichi Sakamoto has asked himself for the past several years.

async synthesizes all of Sakamoto's musical and sound interests and is a journey through analog synth chronicling the sounds of things and of places, an imaginary soundtrack to an Andrei Tarkovsky film, and many other musical surprises.

Available on CD and as a double vinyl edition (with bonus track)

Pre-order for April 28th release.


Issue 75 (magazine with cd)

Issue 75 of Prog Magazine, features an article on Prog's greatest ever Anthems and features related interviews with Genesis, Yes, King Crimson, Marillion, Supertramp and more.

Also includes exclusive interviews with and articles on Richard Barbieri, Magenta and others, plus a full tribute to and overview of the career of John Wetton.

The covermount cd features Blackfield, Beatrix Players, Kaprekar's Constant, Grice and more.

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Play + (double cd)

Recorded live in 1980, Play documents Magazine performing in Melbourne, Australia.

Primarily drawing from 1978's Real Life and and 1980's The Correct Use of Soap, the album includes Art Rock classics such as The Light Pours Out of Me and A Song From Under the Floorboards.

This double CD set, Play +, is augmented by two additional songs from the Melbourne Festival Hall gig and a bonus disc featuring a 21st July 1978 performance at the Manchester Lesser Free Trade Hall (featuring the Real Life lineup including John McGeoch).

Shipping now at the special price of £6.99.


The Awakening (6 cd box set)

Though an outstanding instrumental progressive rock group in their own right, Goblin's name has become synonymous with the films of celebrated Italian horror director, Dario Argento.

The Awakening is a comprehensive six disc set including Goblin's brilliant scores for Argento's Profondo Rosso, Suspiria and Tenebre, the band's soundtrack for George Romero's legendary 1978 feature, Dawn Of The Dead, the 1976 studio album Roller, the uncompromising Psychedelic concept album Il Fantastico Viaggio del Bagarozzo Mark, outtakes and the rare non album singles Chi? And Yell.

Haunting and monumental, The Awakening is an essential introduction to one of the most innovative Italian Rock bands of all time.

A re-press of the now sold out 2012 release.

Pre-order for 5th May release.

Jethro Tull

Nightcap - The Unreleased Masters 1973-1991 (double cd)

A fascinating double cd insight into the Jethro Tull that almost got away.

Nightcap's first disc contains the infamous 'Chateau d'Isaster Tapes' recorded in August 1972. Much of the material would eventually end up in a radically re-arranged form as part of 1973's ambitious A Passion Play.

The second disc concentrates on album outtakes dating from 1974 to 1991.

Back in stock and shipping now at the special price of £8.99.