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ARCHIVE - Yesterday - Today - Tomorrow

14. May 2019

ARCHIVE - Gestern - Heute - Morgen

Archives - already in the name of the band hides the everlasting. Now the collective is celebrating a quarter of a century of band history under the motto "25". Almost four hours of archive material in the rearview mirror, the headlights are nevertheless consistently directed forward.

A project like "25" has never existed before from the British Artrock/Trip-Hop-Formation Archive. On four CDs the ensemble around Darius Keeler draws from their own history. But there are so many new songs in the anniversary package that you could have made a complete album out of it. The message is simple: archives are what they were, and archives were what they are.

eclipsed No. 185 / 11-2016

31. December 2016

PINK FLOYD - The early years

Half a century after the founding of the band and two years after the end of Pink Floyd announced by David Gilmour, the art-rock legend presents "The Early Years 1965-1972", a box full of 27 CDs full of rarities from her early years. We take this publication as an opportunity to recapitulate these eight formative years - the prehistory of a world career. We also let Nick Mason speak in detail about the huge archive box and his memories of that phase.

GROBSCHNITT - Rockpalastrevolte

Money destroys motivation - ARCHIVE's latest release is a complete new start

26. October 2016

Money destroys motivation - ARCHIVE's latest release is a complete new start

How far can a band take risks? How much of her brand core can she reveal when she reinvents herself? Questions that come to mind when you hear the current record from archives. "The False Foundation is a new beginning that polarizes the archival community. It works like a complete reset. While in recent years the band has focused on extreme contrasts between individual songs on an album, the new CD seems like a single long track without significant ups and downs. The album itself is the song. Archive mastermind Darius Keeler grins from ear to ear.

eclipsed No. 167 / 2-2015

09. December 2015

STEVEN WILSON - Frei, that means alone

two years ago Steven Wilson climbed the Prog-Olymp with his solo work "The Raven That Refused To Sing". The active Englishman has received exuberant criticism across the scene. Now he lays with "Hand. Cannot. Erase." A work as ambitious and complex as its predecessor. However, the bar is high. If and how Steven Wilson wants to overcome them and which direction he takes, he tells in a big interview.

GOV'T MULE - Pink Floyd and all the others