Shooter Jennings talks about getting out of his famous father’s shadow, paying his dues, conspiracy theories and why he’d “kill to go” to one of David Icke’s lectures
Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt on planes, drugs, crazed fans, opening Live Aid and the perils of fame
This month, we get inside the mind of the dean of American horror cinema and soundtracks, John Carpenter, who arguably invented the slasher genre with 1978’s Halloween.
From his days as an ambient pioneer through to his visual art experiments, Brian Eno has always lived on the cutting edge of music. The Ship sees him again sailing into unchartered waters.
Van der Graaf Generator talk to Prog about their ever-evolving sound, Italian superstar status, and whether Do Not Disturb really is their last release
Moby Grape had it all, and were poised to be the next truly great band. Then came the rip-offs, the drugs, the madness… and the loss of everything.
In 1974 The Who's Keith Moon released a solo album, Two Sides Of The Moon. It cost $200,000 to record but no amount of money could fix the real problem: it was an absolute mess...
Billy Bragg and Joe Henry buy a train ticket, climb aboard and on their travels across the US record a homage to the great American railroad, immortalised in countless songs
Prog picks 20 of the most obscure prog albums that you might have nestled at the back of your collection. Some that could even unearth you a small fortune
The founding member and former frontman of XTC is still keeping busy with his involvement in XTC’s latest reissues, a collaboration with The Monkees and more
David Bowie's lyrics were as enigmatic, graceful and fascinating as the man himself, and with these 10 songs he created poetic magic
Traffic's back catalogue was an influential melting pot of soul, jazz, psychedelia and prog - here are their top 10 best songs
Unlikely ladies' man Bob Dylan has always written songs about the women in his life. Here are the 10 best songs about the muses who inspired him.