Porcupine Tree
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News // 1 Articles
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The Rhythmic Redesign of Porcupine Tree: An Interview with Gavin Harrison
7 Jun 2015 // 9:02 PM

Porcupine Tree drummer Gavin Harrison talks with PopMatters about the long and complex process that went into his creation of the big band album, Cheating the Polygraph.

Outcast from the Mainstream: An Interview with Steven Wilson
21 Sep 2010 // 4:00 PM

Steven Wilson took a break from recording his latest solo record plus remastering the King Crimson back catalog to chat with PopMatters about Porcupine Tree’s exile from the mainstream, why heavy metal is passé, and why today’s musicians lack the mystique of earlier rock stars.


Gavin Harrison: Cheating the Polygraph
9 Apr 2015 // 8:05 PM

The music of Porcupine Tree meets the rhythmic intensity of Whiplash in these eight dazzling reinterpretations.

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.


Steven Wilson and Mariusz Duda Team Up on New Track, "The Old Peace"
31 Oct 2014 // 3:45 AM

As a tribute to a recently departed fan, Steven Wilson and Mariusz Duda (of Lunatic Soul and Riverside fame) have teamed up for the gorgeous song "The Old Peace".

The Top 10 Steven Wilson Recordings
19 Feb 2013 // 11:00 PM

With the February 25th release of Steven Wilson’s third solo LP The Raven That Refused to Sing (and other stories) approaching, PopMatters looks back on Wilson’s storied career to pick out ten of his strongest recordings, ranging from beautiful works of ambience to transcontinental art rock.


High-end audio a calling for Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson
30 Apr 2010 // 1:51 AM

Steven Wilson isn't the first musician to lament the age of the MP3. But he's certainly one of its fiercest critics. He's also among those

//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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