PSB enter the space race with this unique concert.
The Canterbury Sound lives on in Syd Arthur, Gare Du Nord Records and a host of like-minded musical souls.
“We're going all-out Spinal Tap!” say PSB as they gear up for their ambitious The Race For Space April tour.
Firmly under the paw of Twitter sensation My Sad Cat, these days the DJ and author is ‘getting it together in the country’ with a purr-fect folk-prog playlist.
He’s the photographer who shot much more than the 70s. Here he recalls his psychedelic renegade days with Syd, Arthur and Kevin, being hypnotised by Bowie and going Underground with Lou.
From a Saturday job selling records to Radiohead band members to putting the prog into Sonisphere festival, this Oxford don likes his music both epic and loud.
The Oink! comic founder and Private Eye cartoonist on how he tuned in, turned on and dropped out to Manchester’s psychedelic awakening – and is still searching for weird sounds.
Tea, Throbbing Gristle and celestial whippets? It’s a very modern take on Brit-psych from the two best friends that are Grumbling Fur...
After our first visit to Fairport Convention’s Cropredy Festival in 2013, it was clear this was the place for Prog. So when the chance arose to team up we leapt at it.