He's played with Henry Cow, National Health and Mike Oldfield, but what makes John Greaves tick? We catch up with the musician to explore his incredible career so far and find out more about his solo albums
They might be better known for Lola and Sunny Afternoon, but The Kinks' Arthur had all the hallmarks of a prog album
The Cockroach King made them, now they’re breaking him. Prog catches up with Haken to learn all about their ambitious album, Virus, which concludes the prog metal titans’ definitive decade
Despite being pilloried buy the press at the time, Asia's blend of polished melodies and progressive ideals reaped huge commercial rewards
Norwegian prog rockers Green Carnation return with their first new album for 14 years. Leaves Of Yesteryear is a triumph not even the pandemic could derail
Vocalist and keyboard whizz John Young tells discusses new Lifesigns album Altitude – and why you won’t be finding the full release on Spotify anytime soon!
The Moody Blues 1981 album Long Distance Voyager got them to No. 1 in America and helped make the band superstars again
Back To Live: Live stream shows were one of the highlights of lockdown. Now that live music is about to return, are they a thing of the past? No: they're the future
As young teen, Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson fell in love with the moptop Beatles. But then he dug deeper and discovered something darker, druggier and way more dangerous
Rick Wakeman picks his records, artists and gigs of lasting significance, and reveals why Led Zeppelin were the greatest live band ever
Asif Kapadia’s new Apple TV+ docuseries 1971 makes the claim that 1971 was the year music changed everything. Here are 71 reasons why this might be true
Tuomas Holopainen on Nightwish’s upcoming livestream, the departure of bassist Marko Hietala and how the world will know if the band decide to call it quits
In 1986 Peter Gabriel released his fifth studio album So. It was a huge international hit. This is how it happened.
How Rick Wakeman created the Six Wives Of Henry VIII and how he took it back to Hampton Court in 2009
The inside story of Big Big Train's 2009 album The Underfall Yard, their first with singer David Longdon and drummer Nick D'Virgilio
The story of the 1989 album Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe. A classic Yes reunion by any other name...
Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins on Permanent Waves, the Rush album that streamlined their songs and gave them their first radio hit
Gary Kemp on sharing a stage with Pink Floyd members, Spandau Ballet’s secret prog past and the chances of brand new Saucerful Of Secrets songs