The PopMatters Progcast Discusses Steven Wilson's Best LPs

by Jedd Beaudoin and Jordan Blum

24 August 2017

In this introductory episode of the PopMatters Progcast, we explore the context and impact of Steven Wilson's best studio albums to date, including both solo works and collaborative creations.
Photo: LASSE HOILE 

For over 20 years, Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree, Blackfield, No Man) has been a major force in modern English progressive rock (among other styles), and his recently released fifth solo LP, To the Bone, maintains that genre-defying excellence very well.

In this introductory episode of the PopMatters Progcast, lifelong progressive rock aficionados Jordan Blum and Jedd Beaudoin explore the context and impact of Wilson’s best studio albums to date—including both solo works and collaborative creations—as well why To the Bone is the most drastically polarizing record he’s ever made.

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