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Still Stranger, Ten Years Later: An Interview with Tim Bowness
7 Jul 2014 // 8:14 PM
PopMatters catches up with singer and wordsmith Tim Bowness to talk about the creative process behind Together We're Stranger, its lyrical influences, and how it fits into the band's diverse career.
Together We're Stronger: An Interview with No-Man's Tim Bowness
6 May 2012 // 5:00 PM
The British art-rock duo No-Man, consisting of Tim Bowness and Steven Wilson, has long toiled in semi-obscurity. But thanks to the success of Wilson's other band, Porcupine Tree, No-Man is finally beginning to receive its proper due on the eve of its new release, Love and Endings.
Steven Wilson: Hand. Cannot. Erase.
12 Mar 2015 // 8:05 PM
Hand. Cannot. Erase. is easily the strongest of Wilson's solo output in terms of cohesive narrative and dynamic song structure.
Pain in a Hundred Ways: No-Man - "The Break-Up for Real"
29 Apr 2013 // 12:00 AM
For all the emotional lacerations and bruises Together We’re Stranger so artfully describes, “The Break-Up for Real” ends the album in a way that suggests Bowness and Wilson have arrived at something close to peace.
Pain in a Hundred Ways: No-Man - "Back When You Were Beautiful"
22 Apr 2013 // 2:00 AM
The final two songs on Together We’re Stranger are the album’s most straightforward. The first of these, “Back When You Were Beautiful”, is a great example of Tim Bowness' literary eye, with some tragicomic instrumentation from Steven Wilson providing a unique and perplexing background to these mournful lyrics.