Catherine Anne Davis joins Paul Draper for some live Spooky Action
A ballad written by teenager Eric Martin to impress a girl he’d fallen for, years later it gave his band their biggest hit and became their calling-card song...
As farewells go, the one the Scorpions continue to take since they announced their retirement is a long one. But why park the car when the ride is still thrilling and the bodies still willing?
They’re the supergroup who survived hair metal, grunge and even their own break-up. With a new album out now, the Mr. Big big shots give us the inside story of life in the band
Look beyond their mainstream trappings and you’ll find that Alt-J are a band hell-bent on experimentation – so we ask, just how prog are Alt-J?
After a turbulent career in Mansun, Paul Draper swapped the spotlight to go behind the scenes, writing and producing for other artists. But now he’s back with a long‑awaited debut solo album
Their first single since becoming a three-piece, a savvy change of tack from complex prog epics to a concise four-minute ‘pop’ song, it was a Top 10 hit and opened the door to megastardom
Yes remain one of the busiest prog bands on the planet. In the year ahead they’ve got Yestival and another Cruise To The Edge to contend with – plus a new album? We catch up with all 5 members
The man who had a public spat with Lennon and made Bowie cry says he’s a hard-worker more than a genius, and that music has been devalued. These things and more shape his world view
Praised by A-listers, but with decades lost to drugs and trouble with the law, Eric Gales is back, and ready to again be the player Joe Bonamassa has called “the best"
We’ve been to war. We’ve been to space. Now South London’s electronic maestros Public Service Broadcasting find themselves in tune with the heart and soul of the British working class
They’re the small town psych rockers who want to create a sound without borders and their new album was influenced by Peter Hammill. So we have to ask: how prog are Temples?