Two of a unique kind from one of prog’s most brilliant oddities.
The folk progger reflects on a career that started with guitar lessons from Robert Fripp and has seen him work with the likes of Rick Wakeman, Alan Parsons and more...
Mike Oldfield's eighth studio album, 1983's Crises, saw him riding a wave of new popularity in the 80s
He's played with Henry Cow, National Health and Mike Oldfield, but what makes John Greaves tick? We catch up with the musician to explore his incredible career so far and find out more about his solo albums
The musical collective praised randomness, caught the attention of Brian Eno and were self-described as “modern semi-acoustic chamber music”, amongst other things. But just how prog were they?
Dhani Harrison may have a famous father, but the multi-instrumentalist wants to be respected as a musician and composer in his own right with his solo debut IN///PARALLEL