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A Winner Writes...
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Apr 15, 2012

Rick Mascarini was the winner of our recent Pat Mastelotto Recidivate competition and here he is with his prize...



Rick writes "I arrived home yesterday (Friday 13th of April) from another long business excursion to find my "prize" having arrived while I was on the road. The picture was taken w/ my now trusty iPad 2 along with the P@ music playing from the same said device.  Wonderful that I can travel and have these gems playing on headphones while sitting in airplanes. Thanks again for the contests and I'm very proud to be a lucky winner!"


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Wetton's Positive Message
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Mar 17, 2015
John Wetton talks about Asia and the positive messages he likes to put into his music in this interview. It's been a busy time for John who has working with Eddie Jobson on UK's final tour and a German 'Rock Meets Classic' orchestral arena tour in the offing. This month also sees the release of a two-disc anthology, The Studio Recordings, which provides an overview of John's solo career. Check out the details here. Also this month comes New York Minute - a live album recorded at the Iridium club in New York with John and the Les Paul Trio covering a mix of his own songs and some of his favourites by other artists including Steely Dan, The Beatles, Hendrix, Brian Wilson, etc. Details can be found here.


Guitar Circle Introduction USA
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Mar 17, 2015
Robert Fripp will be directing another Guitar Circle course in June. Aimed at beginner and intermediate level, it will commence on June 8th in New Jersey. Check out out the website for all details on how to apply for a place on the course and what will be covered.


Mister Stormy's Monday Selection
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Mar 16, 2015
There's only ever been one track available from the pre-ProjeKcts undertaking that was Radical Dance. Until today! 


Bill & Crimson!
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Mar 15, 2015
My thanks to Leonardo Pavkovic for sending these photographs of the pre-concert talk tonight with Bill Bruford at the University of Surrey.






Bill was in conversation ahead of this evening's concert by the Delta Sax Quartet  who were performing ex-Earthworks pianist Gwilym Simcock's latest composition, Crimson! which re-imagines some of the Crimson canon scored exclusively for saxophone. The London premier of the composition takes place on May 1st at St.John's Smith Square.

Wake Up Call
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Wed., Mar 11, 2015
There's a new novel on the way from celebrated sci-fi author Alastair Reynolds next month.



The blurb says "two extraordinary characters...begin to unravel some of the greatest mysteries of our universe." Well, thatís one description of what Fripp and Sinfield were up to on the second King Crimson album, I suppose.

Chart Compilers Cannot Erase
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Mar 9, 2015
Congratulations to Steven Wilson on the occasion of his new album, Hand Cannot Erase making the No.1 slot in the UK album charts. It comes in the same week as Steven and his band are about to start touring the UK and Europe. Check out the full itinerary and much else besides over on Stevenís website.


Thrakulare Est!
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Mar 9, 2015
Robert Fripp has updated his diary revealing more about the mixing of the new edition of Thrak and some of the background into tracks such as Vrooom Vrooom Coda (Marine 475)
You can read all about it here!


Stormy Monday Selection Volume 7 Goes Live
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Mon., Mar 9, 2015
Alex 'Stormy' Mundy has picked two discs worth of King Crimson-related outtakes, rarities, curios and alternative mixes for your enjoyment. Volume Seven of this series is available for download now!


Soundscape Sunday: At The End Of Time
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Mar 8, 2015
Welcome to another episode Soundscape Sunday, an occasional series where we turn the spotlight on a soundscape you may have overlooked. We asked people to write in nominating their favourite soundscapes from the DGM Live library and to say a few words about their choice. The fickle finger of fate has chosen this suggestion from Geno T, who has nominated Cambridge December 11th 2005 when Robert was supporting Porcupine Tree.


Geno T writes:
For music as slow-paced as Soundscapes tend to be, this Porcupine Tree opening set covers quite a range in a tidy 35:27 and still doesn't feel a moment too long or too short. It starts out mysterious and expectant, wanders and searches through a passage of eerie 'piano' that could have come from an exotic (and somewhat unsettling) lounge far in outer space, and in the end weíre left somewhere thatísÖ maybe not happy, exactly, but peaceful and resolved.

The beautiful slow-washing finale suggests something majestic in the most fitting understated way, yet layered with lighter chimes that give a more intimate feeling of smaller scale at the same time.

Itís excellent stuff to unwind with over a commute home from work when burned out, generally safe to play around a spouse with a headache, and at least not *too* taxing on the patience of friends or others who don't share the same taste for weird slow space music. When it comes to Soundscapes in the more concise range, for me this is most often the pick of the bunch.


You can download and listen to a free excerpt from the concert or buy the whole gig here.

If you're a fan of any of the soundscapes that you've downloaded from the site why not write a short review - no more than 200 words - and send it to us at competitions@dgmlive.com marked SOUNDSCAPE SUNDAY.

If we feature your review in the Soundscape Sunday slot you will receive a free download of your choice from the entire DGMLive library for your trouble. Only one submission per person please so make it count.  OK get listening and then get writing!

KC 2000 Fall Tour Bundle and more!
:: Posted by Buddy The Wonder Dog on Fri., Mar 6, 2015
Mr Stormy has uploaded a new video to youtube to let you all know what is coming to your site, he has been busy preparing tour bundles and SMS Vol. 7 and much much more!


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