Out next week is the live recordings from Kate Bush’s highly acclaimed return to live performance two years ago – credited to the ‘K Fellowship’ presumably as a nod to the numerous musicians, choreographers, set designers and more who worked on the project. It’s an album that has thankfully not been endlessly ‘tinkered’ with in post production and is available in a range of different formats – most attractively a deluxe 3CD set and 4LP vinyl package – NICE!
Everyone has those expensive treats the like to enjoy from time to time, and as record collectors we tend to have more than most. Given they can’t just be found anywhere on any given day, […]
Crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter have given money to projects as disparate as mobile apps and the preparation of a potato salad, but now, there’s QRATES, a new service that’s aiming to serve aspiring artists and […]
From Loudersound. Rare footage of Canterbury legends Soft Machine performing as a quintet has surfaced in a new trailer for an upcoming three-disc CD and DVD set, Facelift France And Holland, which will be released […]