The ‘lost’ recordings that made the Allmans go ape
After already embracing psychedelia, rock, glam and more, they’ve just come up with their most expansive album yet
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...
Avant-supergroup reach for the stars with Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly, James McAlister
From gigs in remote indigenous communities to an actual political career for frontman Peter Garrett, few have mixed politics and music as effectively as Australia's Midnight Oil
1987 saw classic album releases from Guns N' Roses, Aerosmith, U2, Whitesnake, Anthrax, Heart, Motley Crue, Marillion, The Replacements and more...
From Wire’s seminal Pink Flag debut through to the current crop of sonic pioneers, post-rock has evolved over the last four decades to become something surprising: a key part of prog music
Ryuichi Sakamoto pioneered techno, was a Hollywood soundtrack supremo and could always be found on the cutting edge of modern music. In 2017, we caught up with him to discuss his prog credentials