Sure, you know that Elliot Scheiner, Frank Filipetti, and other producer/engineers are fans of surround sound. But among artists, you'll find no bigger champion of multichannel music than Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson.
This follow-up to 2006's fine Other People's Lives
Born of equal parts personal drama and global turmoil, Detou
This stripped-down, piano-driven set would be a contender for the best non-rock album Jo
After a couple of studio albums built from live rhythm tracks of
In this Age of Norah, it's getting to the point where sultry jaz
A band that can steamroll through a 4-hour gig,
Studio Album No.
Watch the Sky is pleasurable to listen to and somewhat therapeutic, to
Over the course of their 30-years-and-still-going-strong career as the world
The gimmick on the previous Magnetic Fields album, i, was that every song star
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