Anyone interested in getting into the meat and potatoes of how King Crimson’s more recent music was constructed need only turn up at the Belew, Levin, and Mastelotto Band Camp in the beautiful Catskill Mountains in upstate New York this summer. Essential summer vacationing for the discerning Proglodyte. Full details of the course are at the website here.
If you’re new round here and trying to find out who Bill is and what he’s been doing for the last 40 years, you might want to try Mike Haid’s ‘9 Reasons To Love…’ article in the current (March) issue of Modern Drummer Magazine. Additionally, ‘Classic Rock Presents Prog’ this month takes a look at Porcupine Tree’s Steve Wilson with particular reference to his sterling and ongoing work with Robert Fripp on the Crimson 5.1 Surround Sound releases. All interesting stuff.