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Pink Floyd Release The Division Bell 25th Anniversary Limited Edition Vinyl

Pink Floyd Records is releasing a 25th anniversary edition of ‘The Division Bell’, the band’s 1994 multi-million selling album that included the Grammy Award winning track Marooned (Best Rock Instrumental Performance). Set for release on June 7th,  this 25th anniversary edition will be available on translucent blue vinyl (echoing the …

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Pink Floyd announce Record Store Day vinyl release

To celebrate Record Store Day 2019 (Saturday 13 April), Pink Floyd will re-release the band’s second album A Saucerful of Secrets on vinyl. Remastered by James Guthrie, Joel Plante and Bernie Grundman from the original 1968 analogue mono mix, the release is the latest from Pink Floyd Records, which has supported Record …

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Roger Waters – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam – 22nd June 2018

Roger Waters is currently on his “Us and them” tour which started last year and is now making it’s way through Europe including four nights here at the 17,000 capacity Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. On this tour there is no support, just Roger Waters and his band doing two sets …

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The Eden House Play First UK Shows in 4 Years This November & Unveil New Video

The Eden House November UK tour & new album ‘Songs For The Broken Ones’ In celebration of their latest album Songs For The Broken Ones , The Eden House play their first UK shows in four years this November: The Eden House Tour dates are  16th – Glasgow – Audio 17th – Manchester – Academy 3 18th …

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The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal remains

From 13th May till 2nd October this year, the Victoria and Albert Museum (The V&A) will be running an exhibition dedicated to Pink Floyd.  The exhibition traces the history of the band from the beginning through their entire career up to the present. It’s a full multimedia experience so on …

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Wille & The Bandits – Steal

With three lauded self-releases already, your first label release – as is the case with the latest Wille & The Bandits release Steal –­­ the impulse to play it safe may be tempting. Not enticing enough apparently. Steal is an out-and-out rocker of an album that’s been spliced, diced and spiced …

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‘Memoirs of the Bright Side of the Moon’ Stories Behind the Making of a Legend, the Perfect Christmas Gift

Ginger Gilmour, the wife of Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour from 1975 to 1989, has released her memoirs but don’t look for a scandal filled tome. London, UK (December 16, 2015) – Memoirs of the Bright Side of the Moon is Ginger’s personal way of thanking David for such a wonderful …

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Gov’t Mule – Dark Side of the Mule

This is the first of a set of special 20th Anniversary live releases. It is a recording taken from what has become amongst their fans in particular, a legendary performance by Gov’t Mule on 31st October 2008 at the Orpheum Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts. The special edition CD box set …

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Dot Legacy – ‘Dot Legacy’

Dot Legacy Album Artwork

One of a reviewer’s favourite dreams – and, in equal measure, worst nightmares – is to occasionally stumble across a band who are difficult, if not downright impossible, to categorize. Such an outfit are Parisien quartet Dot Legacy, and this eclectic self-titled debut, which veers between post-rock synchopation, stoner, ambient …

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Fatal Fusion – ‘The Ancient Tale’

Fatal Fusion release label debut

This sophomore album from Norwegian quintet Fatal Fusion – their first for the boutique Karisma Records label – draws heavily on the prog influences of the early 1970s, unashamedly referencing the likes of Peter Gabriel-era Genesis, pre-‘Dark Side…’ Floyd, Camel, Colosseum, Focus and Van der Graaf Generator, as well as …

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Dark Matter – ‘A Place Of Memories And Ghosts’

I’ve always been a big fan of instrumental music. Long before bowed my knee at the altar of metal, I used to sneak home from school early – mainly because it was quicker to walk the quarter of a mile in a straight line through the park than take the …

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