A leading light in contemporary progressive music, Kscope began life in the late ‘90s. Part of Snapper Music – and sister-label to the more metal-geared Peaceville – Kscope was initially the preserve of Steven Wilson, and his accidental success story Porcupine Tree

Back then, in 1999, the idea was to have a faction of the Snapper group that focused on the kind of 21st-century prog and alt-rock advocated by Wilson. It quickly became apparent that there were others like him. Fellow innovative rock Brits The Pineapple Thief and Anathema quickly joined the fold, followed by others from an increasingly broad range of countries and schools of progressive thought. 

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