Steven Wilson / Porcupine Tree etc.

Steven Wilson hat einen neuen Song mit der wunderbaren Ninet Tayeb für sein nächstes Solowerk "The Harmony Codex", das nächstes Jahr erscheint, aufgenommen. Wurde eben auf einer seiner Social Media Plattformen gepostet.
Im Rahmen eines unglaublich umfassenden Interviews mit Porcupine Tree wurde er bezüglich des neuen Soloalbums Folgendes gefragt:


What can listeners expect from your forthcoming 2023 solo album, The Harmony Codex?

It's going to maintain a lot of the musical vocabulary from The Future Bites, but it's going back into a more conceptual world, which is less about concise pop songs and more about experimentation. So, in the most simplistic terms, it might be somewhere between Hand. Cannot. Erase. and The Future Bites, but not like either of those records.

I'm really excited about it. I say that every time I have a new batch of songs, but there's really something unique about these songs. I have a feeling it could be a great record. I think the new album feels almost like the next step from The Future Bites, which was very streamlined and had a very strong pop sensibility. So, I asked myself “What am I going to do next, given that? Okay, I’m going to take those elements but place them withing something more ambitious.” Of course, everything informs everything else. So, I have tracks that have spiritual jazz elements, electronics, moments of progressive rock, voice manipulation, and modern DSP processing.

I’m so proud of The Future Bites, that I feel I want to do something different, because I can’t do anything better in that space.
It’s perfect for what it is. I’ve only felt that way a few times in my career. When I made Hand. Cannot. Erase., I thought I couldn’t make a better conceptual, old-fashioned rock album. I don’t think I could better it now. I know how divisive The Future Bites was, given its allegiance to compact pop forms. But I always remind myself that the people who complain the loudest are in the minority. It’s usually the same 10-15 people. The actuality is The Future Bites was one of the most well-received albums of my entire career, broadly speaking.

I think people who like Porcupine Tree are going to love the direction of this new album. It’s much more epic and uncompromising. It’s more complex and unpredictable to a degree. After people experience the mercurial nature of this Porcupine Tree album, I think they’re going to look at the new solo album and think highly of it.

I wish I could have done The Future Bites tour, but COVID-19 got in the way. When the new album comes out, probably mid-2023, I’m going to be touring that record, as well as the new one. Some of the ideas I had for The Future Bites shows will be part of my next solo tour, as well. Between that and the Porcupine Tree album and tour, I think people have a lot to look forward to.



Zum kompletten Interview:
 
Deadwing Deluxe kommt am 3. März 2023
Disc 1 (CD): Steven Wilson’s 2018 remaster of Deadwing.
Disc 2 (CD): B-sides & additional tracks.
Disc 3 (CD): Over 70 minutes of Deadwing demos, offering a rare insight into the creative process for the album, including several tracks not recorded for the final album.
Disc 4 (Blu-ray): Featuring the new 'making of' documentary Never Stop the Car on a Drive in the Dark, ‘Lazarus’ promo video, Deadwing remastered in 96/24 LPCM stereo, B-sides in 96/24 LPCM stereo, Deadwing album with 4 bonus tracks in 5.1 surround sound mix by Elliot Scheiner and Steven Wilson, and 77 minute Rockpalast, Germany broadcast from 2005. Book: A 108-page book is at the heart of this collection, with an in-depth history of the band by Stephen Humphries and rare photographs from Lasse Hoile and the band's personal archives.

Porcupine Tree - Deadwing​

 
Deadwing Deluxe kommt am 3. März 2023
Disc 1 (CD): Steven Wilson’s 2018 remaster of Deadwing.
Disc 2 (CD): B-sides & additional tracks.
Disc 3 (CD): Over 70 minutes of Deadwing demos, offering a rare insight into the creative process for the album, including several tracks not recorded for the final album.
Disc 4 (Blu-ray): Featuring the new 'making of' documentary Never Stop the Car on a Drive in the Dark, ‘Lazarus’ promo video, Deadwing remastered in 96/24 LPCM stereo, B-sides in 96/24 LPCM stereo, Deadwing album with 4 bonus tracks in 5.1 surround sound mix by Elliot Scheiner and Steven Wilson, and 77 minute Rockpalast, Germany broadcast from 2005. Book: A 108-page book is at the heart of this collection, with an in-depth history of the band by Stephen Humphries and rare photographs from Lasse Hoile and the band's personal archives.

Porcupine Tree - Deadwing​


Klasse Album. Meines reicht mir allerdings aus.
 

Gast 9

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Deadwing Deluxe kommt am 3. März 2023
Disc 1 (CD): Steven Wilson’s 2018 remaster of Deadwing.
Disc 2 (CD): B-sides & additional tracks.
Disc 3 (CD): Over 70 minutes of Deadwing demos, offering a rare insight into the creative process for the album, including several tracks not recorded for the final album.
Disc 4 (Blu-ray): Featuring the new 'making of' documentary Never Stop the Car on a Drive in the Dark, ‘Lazarus’ promo video, Deadwing remastered in 96/24 LPCM stereo, B-sides in 96/24 LPCM stereo, Deadwing album with 4 bonus tracks in 5.1 surround sound mix by Elliot Scheiner and Steven Wilson, and 77 minute Rockpalast, Germany broadcast from 2005. Book: A 108-page book is at the heart of this collection, with an in-depth history of the band by Stephen Humphries and rare photographs from Lasse Hoile and the band's personal archives.

Porcupine Tree - Deadwing​


Gähn... Dennoch danke für die Info, Toni. Aber ist schon strange, mit wieviel supa-dupa Editionen sich Frau Wilson am Fan bereichern will. Eigentlich schlimm...
 
Tja, so unterschiedlich sind die Meinungen... unser Haushalt hat einstimmig entschieden, dass sich dieses Exemplar ganz hervorragend in eine Lücke unserer Deluxe Edition-Wand einfügen würde :cool:
Boah, diese Rummeckerei! Ich will gar nicht wissen, was hier los gewesen wäre, wenn dieser miese Gierschlund das Ganze noch vor Weihnachten rausgebracht hätte!
Ich freu mich drüber, immer her damit!
 

Gast 9

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Kaufen ist ja keine "Zwingung" O-Ton von einer anderen Adoptiv-Tochter.
@stellar80 : das ist keine Rummeckerei. Vielleicht schummelt sich bei den Deluxe Editionen finanziell eine zusätzliche monitäre Möglichkeit raus, die irgendwann mal live überzeugen kann (Zukauf Equipment, etc.). Wenn Porcupine Tree nur im Dolby Surround an der Glotze überzeugen darf. Wow... Live einen Rotz abliefert und dafür kassiert? Dann doch eher Disillusion mit perfekter Performance in einem Jugendhaus in Schtuttgart...
 
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Tja, so unterschiedlich sind die Meinungen... unser Haushalt hat einstimmig entschieden, dass sich dieses Exemplar ganz hervorragend in eine Lücke unserer Deluxe Edition-Wand einfügen würde :cool:
Boah, diese Rummeckerei! Ich will gar nicht wissen, was hier los gewesen wäre, wenn dieser miese Gierschlund das Ganze noch vor Weihnachten rausgebracht hätte!
Ich freu mich drüber, immer her damit!
Nachdem dein Haushalt über zwei Stimmen verfügt, weiß ich wer ein-stimmig entschieden hat.
Ich hab einstimmig entschieden, dass ich es nicht brauche. Muss Geld sparen für eine Ultra-super-duuuuper-yabadabadoo-Ausgabe von Dark Side.., die da hoffentlich im Frühjahr zum 50er Jubiläum kommt.
 
Nachdem dein Haushalt über zwei Stimmen verfügt, weiß ich wer ein-stimmig entschieden hat.
Ich hab einstimmig entschieden, dass ich es nicht brauche. Muss Geld sparen für eine Ultra-super-duuuuper-yabadabadoo-Ausgabe von Dark Side.., die da hoffentlich im Frühjahr zum 50er Jubiläum kommt.
Ach die, für die du dir nen Kredit aufnehmen musst?! Ich vergaß… bist entschuldigt :p;)
 

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