Thumpermonkey singer Michael Woodman will release his new solo album Psithurism in August
Former Russian-based musician Dikajee will release full-length debut album Forget~Me~Nots in August
Australian instrumental prog trio The Omnific will now release their new album Escapades on October 8
Finnish prog metallers Swallow The Sun will release 20 Years Of Gloom, Beauty And Despair – Live in Helsinki in July
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Moving Pictures, Rush will screen the director's cut of their 2019 concert film Cinema Strangiato, featuring Neil Peart's last recorded drum solo
Anekdoten's Nicklas Barker teams up with classically trained pianist Sophie Linder for keyboard prog duo Kosmogon
Dream Theater's 15th studio album A View From The Top Of The World will be released ahead of a North American tour
John Mitchell teams up with Craig Blundell and Fishtank guitarist Chris Hargrave in The Kite Experiment
After the experimental left-turn of The Dreaming, Hounds Of Love's contemporary prog sound saw Kate Bush back at No. 1
Former Styx singer Dennis DeYoung on bowing out, new album 26 East Vol 2, and the disappointment of no last Styx reunion tour
Rush legend Geddy Lee on the impact of Led Zeppelin IV and the greatest guitar solo ever
There's much more to folk rock than its hey nonny nonny roots, as Jimmy Page will attest. These ten essential albums prove it
In 1985 guitarists Steve Hackett and Steve Howe united in the supergroup GTR and hit the Top 20 in the US with When The Heart Rules The Mind
The Midge Ure-fronted Ultravox may have been 80s chart regulars but their sound owed more to prog and Krautrock than 80s pop
In the 80s East Anglian prog rockers Airbridge were regulars at the Marquee, but then things stalled...
Young guitar virtuoso Plini chats to Prog about Impulse Voices, inspiration and why he considers imitation to be the most sincere form of flattery
He hates Mozart and doesn’t believe in God, but Muse frontman Matt Bellamy and his bandmates have created some of the most awe-inspiring music recent years. In an archive piece from 2009, we delve inside the musical minds of Muse
Frost*’s Jem Godfrey explains why he wanted to work with Dec Burke on 2008's Experiments In Mass Appeal
How Supertramp's The Logical Song, a Beatle-approved existential pop-rock masterpiece, turned its creators into unlikely transatlantic superstars
Marillion vocalist Steve Hogarth on the simple pleasures of Stackridge's The Man In The Bowler Hat, an album that is jolly, light-hearted and quintessentially English
Written as a statement about the demise of radio's sense of adventure, Rush's classic The Spirit Of Radio was a surprise hit. And it's "fun to play" says Alex Lifeson
Unlucky 13? No chance. Classic prog’s modern-day flag bearers have survived a career-threatening crisis to deliver one of their finest albums yet.
It Bites’ triumphant second act finally gets its time in the spotlight with the reissue of two 21st century prog classics
You want it darker? Jem Godfrey’s modern prog mavericks return to gleefully rail at the world, dripping cynicism, contempt and some of the most galvanising tunes you’ll hear this year.