Want to catch up on some reading? Here are 12 of the best books about progressive music
King Crimson's 1974 album Starless And Bible Black was one of the finest live albums of all time – and one nobody knew was actually live
Recorded in just 10 days in 1969, King Crimson’s iconic In The Court Of The Crimson King has been called “the true point at which progressive rock was born”. We look at the making of a landmark album
Nick Beggs, bassist with Steven Wilson, talks about the impact Chris Squire had on his playing and reflects on the work of the man he called his friend
Lonely Robot’s John Mitchell, Marillion’s Pete Trewavas and It Bites’ John Beck: a sleeping supergroup emerges from a 13-year hibernation. Where’s the dial headed?
New album The Ferryman’s Curse is Strawbs‘ first new music in eight years. Dave Cousins talks health hold-ups, geographical inspiration and the importance of looking both backward and forward
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