The avant-gardistes’ ‘video album’ stretches boundaries and patience
Ahead of the Trinity 2 prog rock charity event in Leamington Spa this May, Prog chats with the organisers, Ghost Community’s Matt Cohen and Touchstone’s Paul ‘Moo’ Moorghen, to hear more
The great and good of progressive music spill the beans about the prog that means the most to them. This month, Ghost Community's bassist Matt Cohen
Personal tensions, the dark side of the media and the threat of terrorism: there are many topics covered in Alan Reed’s new solo release. Plus a whole horde of special guests...
With a long history and poignant new album Monument, Elements' Sander de Jong explains why he's got his eyes set on the future
The great and good of progressive music tell us about the prog that changed their lives. This month, Pendragon's Nick Barrett
Steven Wilson leaves his prog and production duties to join Aviv Geffen once again for Blackfield’s fifth
mathematician musicians Animals As Leaders are challenging ideas of what prog is with their experimental, instrumental and technical whirlwinds of sound
Guitarist Julian Nachbauer is from Second Relation - an Austrian band that are so good, their government is paying the bills…
The great and good of progressive music give us a glimpse into their prog worlds – this month, the Pineapple Thief's Bruce Soord is up...
Syd Arthur have made a name for themselves recently: they’ve won a Prog Award, toured with big names and have a certain connection with Kate Bush. Now they're back with their fourth album.