Montreal’s instrumental post-rock heroes return in style
The ever-restless Steve Winwood looks back over a glittering career and reveals his unexpected new direction
With a new line-up and a new commercial sound, Fleetwood Mac hit new heights of success, while relationships within the band hit new lows thanks to drink, drugs, fights and affairs
From Kyuss to QOTSA via Eagles Of Death Metal, Them Crooked Vultures and various hook-ups, his is a path flecked with gold
The former Byrd returns with a new album, with a little help from famous friends, that he says could be his final chapter
This Slovenian troupe are known for their intriguing covers of rock classics and were the first Western rock group to play in North Korea - but how prog are Laibach?
With members of his original band back on board, Alice Cooper has plugged into his prime-time past, reclaimed some lost songs and come up with a new album that’s both classic and modern
Freed from the constraints of the Black Crowes and record company pressure, Chris Robinson is finally living the dream with his new-found, laid-back band of brothers
From a world record-breaking festival in the 70s to today’s thriving scene (in the US, anyway), we take a look at the under-the-radar innovative improvisers of the jam-band community
Blending blues, soul, gospel, jazz, country and rock’n’roll into tasty jams comes naturally to Mule mainman Warren Haynes, as he explains to Classic Rock
After already embracing psychedelia, rock, glam and more, they’ve just come up with their most expansive album yet
Dumped by a girlfriend, Justin Hayward remembered a gift she had given him and started writing a song that became a multimillion-selling, era-defining classic – and earned him not a penny
The former Only Ones frontman returns with his first record in 16 years, knowing he’s lucky to still be alive
Turned on by Genesis, Beefheart, Zappa and Can, the former member of The Fall and The Creepers continues to smuggle prog into his nightly radio show on BBC 6 Music
From Dr Who to Pink Floyd, the work and influence of the Radiophonic Workshop has resonated far and wide. Now, 32 years after their last album, the Workshop are back with a brand new album
He may be best known for his post-punk days as the bassist in Public Image Ltd, but he’s also worked with Jaki Liebezeit, Steve Hillage and Brian Eno, and is a big prog fan himself...