Snoozy jazz rock construction fails to build
As well as his extensive solo career, Steve Hillage has been involved with Gong, Khan and System 7, worked as a producer, and bagged himself a Prog Award. We chat with him below
In the early 80s, Robert Fripp formed The League Of Gentlemen, a band that lasted for only seven months, but which inspired the guitarist to go on to reform King Crimson with an all-new sound
Part of the It's Prog, Jim, But Not As We Know It series - this month, Jefferson Airplane San Franciscans Paul Kanter and Grace Slick
He’s probably best known in the prog world as the man who gave VdGG their name, but there’s plenty more to Judge Smith, from solo albums to stage musicals and more...
From their thundering 70s debut to 2016's uncompromising return to form, we present the 10 best moments in Van der Graaf Generator's darkly eclectic career
It was the Yes album that split critics, fans and the line-up that recorded it. So we asked the great and the good of the prog world is Tales From Topographic Oceans fantastic or folly?
From the influence of an Indian guru to the loss of Rick Wakeman, Prog takes an in-depth look into the making of Yes’ opinion-dividing sixth album, Tales From Topographic Oceans
Pink Floyd ruled the charts and the world’s arenas in the 1970s. These are the prog giants’ greatest songs from that glorious decade
From Yes and King Crimson to Rush and Caravan, prog bands rule when it comes to album cover artwork. And here are the very best.
Close To The Edge marked the first appearance of the iconic Yes logo. Roger Dean reveals how he came up with the design on a commuter train to Brighton