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Kscope is an independent record label that is part of Snapper Music, and a sister-label of Peaceville.[1] It is dedicated to artists in the progressive rock genre.[3] The label has released albums by Steven Wilson and his projects Porcupine Tree (mostly re-issue only), No-Man and Blackfield. In 2008 it branched out and has since signed the post-progressive artists Anathema, Lunatic Soul and Ulver, and progressive rock stalwart Ian Anderson to their roster.[4] In 2013, the Steven Wilson release The Raven That Refused to Sing (and Other Stories) received the Album of the Year award at the Progressive Music Awards.[5]

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Parent companySnapper Music
FoundedApril 2008
Distributor(s)Snapper Music
GenreProgressive rock,[1] post-progressive,[2] alternative rock, art rock, psychedelic rock, experimental rock
Country of originEngland
Official websitekscopemusic.com