Robert Fripp conceived the idea of King Crimson in the 90s as the double trio with two drummers. This is some of their best music
A Formal Horse released their first EP in 2014, and in 2019 the avant-rockers returned with their long-awaited debut album. They’ve faced plenty of challenges but, as Prog discovers, their perseverance has paid off
Now in their sixth decade, Yes show no signs of slowing down. In 2022, they'll be revisiting Close To The Edge with a fresh batch of dates. Long-serving guitarist Steve Howe looks ahead to a busy future
Prog writer Sid Smith pays tribute to King Crimson founding member Ian McDonald, who has has sadly died, aged 75
After Robert Fripp's comments after the band's final show in Japan, Sid Smith ponders what the band might do next
1969 heralded the end of the 60s and the birth of real rock. Here we look at some of the gilt-edged albums from a pivotal year in rock history
Milkbone inspired by Canterbury era prog mixed with European electronica and electric period Miles Davis...
King Crimson were staring into the abyss in 1970, but somehow managed to regroup to record Islands with a one-off line-up
The former Yes, Badger and David Bowie keyboard player Tony Kaye reflects on his time with the prog legends
He’s the artist whose otherworldly visions have became synonymous with Yes, but Roger Dean’s career had humble beginnings. Prog finds out the stories behind his most iconic album covers
The late Yes bass player Chris Squire's 1975 album Fish Out Of Water is regarded as one of the best solo albums by the band
Roxy Music's debut album would set the blueprint for 70s glamour. This is the story of how it came about.
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