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Pink Floyd’s The Early Years 1965-1972 box set is released soon. So for Prog 70, we’ve dipped into this box of Floridan delights to bring you the story of the band’s very first No. 1 album Atom Heart Mother, an overview of Pink Floyd’s soundtrack work - the bulk of which are to be found in the new set, and a look at the rarities fans will find hidden away in the set. A veritable treasure trove for Floyd fans…

Also in Prog 70

Van der Graaf Generator - discuss the possibility that new album Do Not Disturb might be their last!

Opeth - talk about their excellent brand new album Sorceress. It’s heavy, but their proggiest yet.

Prog Awards - all the coverage from the night and interviews with the winners.

Kansas - The legendary US prog rockers back with their first new studio album in 16 years!

Nosound - Giancarlo Erra’s Italian prog outfit forge a more organic sound on their latest album.

Glass Hammer - they lost a singer to Yes, but they’re now sounding stronger than ever…

Gong - Daevid Allen may be dead, but his beloved band of minstrels carries on regardless…

Brian Eno - the ambient music maestro returns with a new rockier record.

Stick Men - the combined formidable talents of Tony Levin, Pat Mastelotto and Markus Reuter.

Darkher - sombre spiritual warnings rom the windswept Yorkshire moors.

John Carpenter - the horror film legend discusses his musical life…

Dec Burke - the ex-Darwin’s Radio and Frost* man returns with a new solo album.

Saga - singer Michael Sadler opens up his prog world to us.

Plus live and album reviews from Marillion, King Crimson, Riverside, Syd Arthur, Yes, ArcTanGent, Roy Harper, Cohered & Cambria and more…

And on the CD, new prog sounds from iamthemorning, The Anchoress, Cairo, Tilt, Kylver and more…

And a free copy of the Progressive Music Awards 2016 programme.

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