Steven Wilson has posted his thoughts on Tim’s forthcoming album Flowers At The Scene on his instagram account, along with news of a forthcoming no-man release.
Produced by no-man, Flowers At The Scene is a vibrant collection of 11 strikingly diverse songs. Against a backdrop of propulsive Art Rock, heartbreaking ballads and more, Tim Bowness distinctively delivers cinematic storytelling and disarmingly direct confessional lyrics on his strongest solo album to date. Representing the duo of Tim Bowness and Steven Wilson’s first joint production in over a … Read More
Listen to Outside the Machine, from Returning Jesus, in a new ‘listening video’. A deluxe Kscope label reissue of no-man’s lauded fourth studio album, featuring a 2017 remaster by Steven Wilson, is available now. Returning Jesus (Deluxe) is available as a deluxe double CD and double 180g LP in gatefold.
A deluxe Kscope label reissue of no-man’s lauded fourth studio album featuring a 2017 remaster by Steven Wilson. Originally released on the 3rd Stone label in February 2001, Returning Jesus is a collection of ambitious songs which combine Singer-Songwriter, Art Rock, ECM Jazz, and Ambient influences with the band’s unique widescreen production and seductively melancholy compositions. Returning Jesus received highly … Read More
Lost in the Ghost Light, the 4th solo album from Tim Bowness, is available to buy (CD & vinyl) and stream on all major platforms – including Spotify and Apple Music. Purchases of Lost in the Ghost Light from Burning Shed before Midnight on the 22nd February 2017 will receive a free download of Songs From The Ghost Light – … Read More
A 140g 12″ vinyl version of no-man’s 1992 piece Heaven Taste on Finnish underground label Sähkö is now available to buy. Featuring Steve Jansen, Richard Barbieri and Mick Karn, the original 21 minute instrumental was championed by the likes of influential Ambient Techno DJ Mixmaster Morris. Fusing Ambient with Art Rock and highlighting the distinctive fretless bass of Mick Karn, … Read More
A previously unreleased no-man demo from 1994, called best boy electric, appears on the bonus CD of Tim Bowness’s album Stupid Things That Mean The World. A new, expanded and re-written, version of the Bowness/Wilson composition – titled Sing To Me – appears on the main CD and vinyl version of the album. Peter Hammill, Colin Edwin, Phil Manzanera and … Read More
no-man’s fifth album together we’re stranger has been re-released by Kscope. This 2014 version has been remastered by Steven Wilson and includes two bonus tracks, Bluecoda & The Break-Up For Real. Presented in vinyl miniature packaging, the accompanying booklet features sleeve notes by Mojo magazine’s Johnny Black. Originally released in 2003, the album saw no-man further extending the reach of … Read More
The second release on the Kscope label and no-man’s sixth official studio album, schoolyard ghosts – its first since 2003’s atmospheric break-up album, together we’re stranger – generated some of the best press and sales of the band’s career. Re-released as a 2CD set in vinyl replica packaging, the new edition features a bonus disc of rare material including demos … Read More
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