Spurred on by the far-out sounds of the Bonzos, Zappa and Residents, the Judge Dredd and Batman illustrator is lucky to still be in one piece after Swans “broke him"...
He got into prog as a reaction to punk, now Al Murray is rocking our world with the theory that prog’s King isn’t necessarily Crimson…
An extraordinary track that “fitted with nastiness of the human condition and war and stuff”, the opener of King Crimson groundbreaking debut album sounds like nothing before or since
Jo Kendall on the latest releases from The Early Years, Epica, Glass Hammer, Archive and Teksti-TV 666
By day Mark McCaughrean is Senior Science Advisor at the European Space Agency. But by night he’s pondering spiritual transportation via Mahler, Yes and Chvrches…
He’s known as the wild-eyed, flute-playing leader of progressive luminaries Jethro Tull. But Ian Anderson started out with rock’n’roll, the blues and the John Evan Band.
Glasgow-born, but known for his Brixton-based cosmic punk fiction, the novelist with the award-winning sci-fi alter ego Martin Scott blows the pixie dust from his proggier pleasures.
Jo Kendall on the latest releases from Rick Wakeman, Rob Reed, Ryley Walker, Thank You Scientist and Karmakanic
Street artist and gallery owner Pure Evil (actually a very polite Charles Uzzell-Edwards) gives us a guided tour of his record collection
Prog’s caped crusader Rick Wakeman debuts a bigger, bolder King Arthur score at the 02 – but not on ice. Yet.
Punk 1976-78 is part of Punk London, a celebration of 40 years of anarchy in the nation’s Capital. We got a sneak preview