Kate Bush is probably the most important and influential British female singer-writer-musician ever - and these are her best albums
Age and a global pandemic cannot wither them, as prog’s founding fathers notch up another landmark with album number 22.
A shared love of Blue Oyster Cult, Genesis and King Crimson saw Tears For Fears become much more than an 80s pop band
Eccentric brilliance, double entendres and Canterbury tales: prog’s gentlest geniuses get the career-spanning treatment they deserve on this epic 37-disc box set.
The Midge Ure-fronted Ultravox may have been 80s chart regulars but their sound owed more to prog and Krautrock than 80s pop
Out now: Guitar legend Earl Slick plays blues with feeling on Fist Full Of Devils, his first solo album for 18 years
Why hasn’t the world noticed how blatantly and blissfully prog Imogen Heap’s Harry Potter soundtrack is?
Tom Petty's Finding Wildflowers (Alternate Versions) is a bouquet picked of versions which strayed from the path
Art-pop chameleon Catherine Anne Davies hits the (wuthering) heights on luminous, literary second album. Existential torment has never sounded so alluring…
Cooped up inside success, Peter Gabriel walked out of the Genesis machinery and into a brand new, mumble-free dawn
Few knew Finnish goth metal upstarts HIM when they put out debut album, Greatest Lovesongs Vol. 666. That was about to change…
The Caped Crusader parks the wisecracks and ivory-tinkling covers on Earth and teams up with The English Rock Ensemble for a long-overdue journey back to prog’s extra-terrestrial realms.
The evergreen Yes guitarist uncouples from the mothership to drift through ever-shifting landscapes, both internal and external, on his first solo album in nine years.