Limited, audiophile vinyl release for the first four solo albums.
Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart shared a fierce rivalry, a twisted yet lifelong friendship and an unrivalled musical genius. They created magic together but those times never lasted long.
Andy Latimer has battled a life-threatening disease and now arthritis. But he isn’t giving up. In fact, he has five albums of new music in the can, but will he let anyone hear them?
It was 1974, the age of the concept album, when Camel had the idea to set author Paul Gallico’s wartime love story to music.
Phillips is one of the most in-demand drummers of the last four decades. He has played gigs with everyone from Mick Jagger to David Gilmour, and had a 21-year career with Toto.
With new albums from Darryl Way and Anna Phoebe, Mike Barnes looks at the importance of the violin in prog
After 18 albums and almost 40 years, their frontman claims they "refocused" prog rock. We ask: How prog are Pere Ubu?
Trioscapes are so ripe with fusion, blending written complexity with bursts of improvisation, that they're uncategorisable. And damn good, too...
The former Curved Air frontman and violinist who hops between progressive rock and classical Darryl Way discusses his musical multi-tasking and expansive new solo album…
Stars In Battledress put on a very special show in Camden and The Order Of The Voices gets the seal of approval from our guest reviewer.