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Description

In recent years, a growing movement of bands has started to reclaim and reinvent aspects of the progressive, post-punk and post rock genres, re-establishing a desire to experiment with eclectic musical sources and sonic possibilities.

Kscope was created to provide a home for this evolving, flexible and adventurous style of music without boundaries, and was launched in May 2008 with new albums from first signings, The Pineapple Thief and No-Man.

These releases have been followed by albums from Anathema, Richard Barbieri, Nosound, Lunatic Soul, Porcupine Tree, Steven Wilson, Engineers, Anekdoten, Blackfield and North Atlantic Oscillation.

In line with our spiritual predecessors 4AD, Harvest, Mute and Charisma, by drawing on a combination of exciting new and established talent, Kscope hopes to provide a focused and creative nurturing place for the growing and diverse post-progressive scene.

This app will include news updates from the label along with tracks from featured albums, videos and more.

What's New

Version 5.4.2

This app has been updated with:
• Bug Fixes
• Performance improvement
• UI Enhancements
• Improved notifications
• Audio Playback Improvements
• Video View Fixes
• Resolved Twitter Sharing Issues
• Location based feature improvements

Ratings and Reviews

Forward thinking music promotion

Bullygrrl

Contrast and compare:Record Industry giants sit behind their desks wringing their hands and calling their lawyers to figure out how to stay alive... Kcope Music has embraced the opportunities arising from the digital age.

To promote its fantastic lineup of extremely talented artists Kscope has designed an easy to use website and web store of course, produced Podcasts featuring their artists, uses both facebook and twitter fan promotion and now has designed an app to tie it all together. The app provides full length sample tracks of featured artists, news updates, fan chatter, videos, store access and more. The interface is clean and fast and pleasant to use.

I would suggest a direct link from the app to the podcast, and to make the store a bit more iPhone/mobile friendly, but these are early days and I'm confident that the MobileRoadie is working hard to keep us all satisfied :)

App?Advertisement? Social Engineering?

OblivionToad

All of the above. Music is changing and those that branch out will prosper. the trick to the success of this app will be frequent and informative updates. Much of the content here is available on websites strewn across the web. Here it is, much like the NIN app, all in one place. For a new app, it pretty much does what I expected. Think of it as a springboard to the music of KScope and the people that collect around it. This is a great app to stay in touch, and learn more about the bands, with links to media and other users. Again, hope it stays current, and relevant. I know the bands that are represented here are worth following.

Only one artist?

Alaleh Arj

The previous comments said it seems an app for the band Anathema; but mine seems to be one for The Pineapple Thief! Actually it could be a great app if it could cover more artists.

Information

Seller
Mobile Roadie
Size
29.6 MB
Category
Music
Compatibility
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English, Arabic, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2010 Snapper Music
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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