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The evergreen Yes guitarist uncouples from the mothership to drift through ever-shifting landscapes, both internal and external, on his first solo album in nine years.
Who says sequels are never as good as the originals? The UK prog kings pick up from where 2018’s Vector left off – and serve up a modern masterpiece in the process.
Four-disc box set honours a neglected glam nearly-was.
John Mitchell comes back down to earth, and feels the gravity…
Big Big Train man serves up an unusual kind of “drummer record”.
The enduring US pomp rockers have still got what it takes.
Peter Goes To Hollywood on movie soundtrack compilation
It was the album that marked the end of one chapter and turned the prog icons into unlikely pop stars along the way. And now it gets the deluxe treatment it deserves.
Knifeworld leader tilts at the unknown on psychedelic solo debut
Heartfelt odes and colourful playing from the Californian quartet
It’s like the Swedes have never been away. Because they haven’t.
Marillion’s 1983 debut goes deluxe, with added excellent docco.
Another expected turn from the Finnish symphonic metallers
John Mitchell launches star-studded Lonely Robot album with intimate London showcase
Sid Smith's timely update of the definitive King Crimson chronicle...
In two deluxe editions, this Marillion 1995 gem sees the light of day once more
Powered by their singer’s struggle with mental health the Norwegians have pushed through their metallic boundaries to deliver something that even they didn’t expect to create
Fifty years celebrated with new grooves and a trip down memory lane...
Sheffield quartet deliver the soundtrack of the shape of things to come...