Some artists explode out of the gate with their best work, driven by careless youth and unbridled ambition. Others mature like fine wine, the passage of time expanding their qualities in a way that can’t be rushed. Steven Wilson’s career certainly fits the latter template, with the musician producing today his best music in a…
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