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Anathema, Paul Draper, Iamthemorning And Gleb Kolyadin Set For Kscope Records Anniversary Gig

Friday, 10 August 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Kscope will celebrate their first decade as a record label with a special show at London’s Union Chapel this autumn.

The celebrations will kick-off with an intimate acoustic show on October 2, featuring performances from Anathema, Paul Draper, Iamthemorning and Gleb Kolyadin. Tickets are on sale now from Union Chapel and Dice.

Kscope began in May 2008 with the partnership between Steven Wilson and Tim Bowness as No-Man and their cinematic album, 'Schoolyard Ghosts'. The label's sound has since evolved through some early projects from the likes of Anathema, Porcupine Tree, Engineers, Richard Barbieri, Gazpacho, Nordic Giants, Nosound and the Pineapple Thief, as well as Wilson's solo material and collaboration with Aviv Geffen as Blackfield. In recent years the label's roster has grown to include TesseracT, the Anchoress, Lunatic Soul and Tangerine Dream.

10 Years of Kscope Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue October 02 2018 - LONDON Union Chapel

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