Examining the magic behind the enduring appeal of Genesis's 1973 album Selling England Buy The Pound
Prog takes a trip to witness Gentle Giant being inducted into the Portsmouth Hall Of Fame, and to discuss the early days with the band to mark the release of new album Three Piece Suite
Evocative of his late-70s solo work, From The Trees is an album that only Peter Hammill could make – and it’s his 35th solo one at that. We catch up with him to find out about the new album
As David Gilmour: Live At Pompeii reaches cinemas ahead of its release on DVD, CD and vinyl, the Pink Floyd man joins Prog for a chat
A maverick filmmaker, a band reaching the peak of their powers, an iconic venue steeped in history, and a singing Afghan Hound: this is the inside story of Pink Floyd’s Live At Pompeii
To mark Steven Wilson's new 80s-inspired album, we re-explore his cultural references and discover just how progressive the 1980s actually were…
Genesis’ three-track Spot The Pigeon EP gave the band their first Top 20 UK singles chart hit, but you won’t find its songs on a greatest hits set…
Mike Rutherford’s Mike + The Mechanics are back with Let Me Fly, a soaring new album. The man himself talks about his pop connections, life on the road and being in a ‘man band’
It was the album that one writer claimed made Yes and Pink Floyd redundant - Tony Banks, Steve Hackett, Mike Rutherford and co-producer David Hentschel recall making Wind & Wuthering
He’s one of music’s most unassuming characters, yet Peter Eden has enjoyed one of the most fascinating careers. Here he looks back at his time as a manager, songwriter, producer and more
On the verge of his Return To Ommadawn album, Mike Oldfield talks to Prog about the importance of location, surviving hurricanes and how to avoid pop porridge
We talk to the man who turned Floyd into stars, established prog rock in the consciousness of the public and has enjoyed a 50-year career in the music business
The 17 months between April 1974 and August 1975 remain the most controversial in the illustrious career of Genesis, firstly with the overblown Lamb... and then Peter Gabriel's departure
He might have masterminded the Spice Girls, but Paul Conroy's eclectic career also took in in prog and punk, making Genesis and Van der Graaf Generator into stars in the process
Pink Floyd's new box set features two of the band’s most misunderstood ‘widow albums’ – we examine these and the rest of Floyd’s varied work with soundtracks
He's the band manager who's taken progressive metal in new directions, but what what are Andy Farrow's viewing and listening essentials?
Cutting his teeth on punk, Andy Farrow has taken the DIY spirit of that genre into his work with progressive metal bands Opeth and Paradise Lost, thus redefining the role of the manager.
Max Hole managed some of the biggest names in music, including The Beatles, The Who and the Stones – but it all began with Canterbury’s Spirogyra and Camel, and a love of prog rock
With Us and Up, Peter Gabriel turned his back on pop to record some of the darkest prog of his career. Producer Daniel Lanois and bassist Tony Levin look back on their creation
She kept Charisma Records afloat before “falling into management” under the name Gailforce. Her creativity, charm and straightforward approach won her plenty of high-profile clients, and admir
She's the woman behind Peter Gabriel and Peter Hammil's solo careers, but do either feature among Gail Colson's favourite recordings and performances? We find out!
Enjoy the tales of some of the greatest managers of all time in Prog’s new bite-sized behind the scenes guide.