When we talked about different approaches to reanimate our podcast, we always thought that we should do a review in podcast form, but only for highly anticipated and important records. And Steven Wilson’s new record To The Bone is exactly that. So…
Welcome to the fourth edition of the It Djents Podcast, in which our editor-in-chief Landon, our senior-writer/social media assistant Rodney, our staff writer Vidur and our PR/social media manager Inter talk about their experiences with Steven Wilson as a musician, as well as the ups and downs of his new endeavour To The Bone.
To The Bone is another interesting, profound and surprising output by one of the most interesting characters in modern prog. While some people won’t be happy with the more poppy sound and the greater focus on individual songs, as opposed of an in-depth conceptual meaning (which is still there though), others will embrace Steven Wilson‘s flick on a much lighter, happier sound while delivering some of the heaviest tunes of his career. The variety of different musical elements, awesome guest features and a certain hit potential makes To The Bone to one of the best records you’ll get this summer.
Notable Tracks: “Pariah”; “Blank Tapes”; “The Same Asylum”
FFO: Porcupine Tree, Pink Floyd, TLC, Peter Gabriel