Horslips bassist Barry Devlin to be honoured with Legend Award at this year's Northern Irish Music Prize
Plus Adrian Belew, Lonely Robot, Tim Bowness, Al Di Meola & John McLaughlin, Oceans Of Slumber and more...
Former Russia-based folk progger Dikajee released her full-length debut album Forget~Me~Nots last year
Family singer Roger Chapman will have five-disc Turn It Up Loud – The Recordings 1981-1985 released in October
Sam Vallen, guitarist with Australian proggers Caligula's Horse, will release debut solo single Flicker in September
Australian electro proggers Voyager release their 2021 A Voyage Through Time live show on Blu-ray and LP in August
Art rockers Japan to have 1984 career-spanning collection Exorcising Ghosts reissued on vinyl in October
Primus had a nice surprise for South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone when they brought out a couple of pals to perform at the South Park 25th anniversary shows last weekend
Pink Floyd's Animals was released in 1977, but its themes continue to strike a chord in the modern day
In 2013 Swedish prog rockers Moon Safari released the melodic gem Himlabacken Vol. 1. We're still waiting for a follow-up!
In 2021 the North Carolina prog metallers Between The Buried And Me decided to record the follow-up to their 2007 album Colors
Originally just another R&B band, through innovation the Moody Blues would create one of the sounds of the late 60s/early 70s
In the 1990s and 2000s, Porcupine Tree were rock’s square peg, playing beautifully twisted music to a modest but devout audience. After more than a decade away they’re back
The Steeleye Span frontwoman reflects on a life in music from the folk clubs of St Albans to working with David Bowie
No one's really suggesting Mike Patton's a cape-wearing prog rocker. But he admits that with some of his musical ventures, he does come close...
Bruce Soord tells how he overcame extreme stage fright to push The Pineapple Thief onwards to album number 11
Well now for her work with Steve Hackett, Prog sat down with Amanda Lehmann when she released her debut solo album Innocence And Illusion
Dream Theater? Mastodon? Porcupine Tree? Here’s your chance to vote for the greatest prog metal band of them all
Von Hertzen Brothers, Finland’s prodigal sibling trio, serve up an early contender for Album Of The Year with their eighth LP
Friends reunited: modern prog icons make the decade’s most unexpected comeback, sounding the same… but different.
Snooker star Steve Davis and Knifeworld's Kavus Torabi's very interesting second album as The Utopia Strong