Focusing on childhood dreams, ‘A Nod And A Wink’ was influenced by events close to mainstay Andy Latimer’s heart and...
Progressive rock fans rejoice as the first deluxe box set of the legendary Krautrock label Brain Records is about to hit the shelves 31 March 2017.
Three of Budgie’s most groundbreaking albums have been reissued on vinyl.
In the final part of our interview with Rick Wakeman, he tells us why he's going to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame after all, plus more on Piano Portraits.
John Wetton played bass and sang with King Crimson, UK, and Asia among other major bands and he died today 31 January 2017. John Wetton RIP
Jaki Liebezeit, drummer with German progressive-electronic rock pioneers Can, died of pneumonia on 22 January, 2017 at the age of 78.
The stand-out tracks from Rush’s studio albums, exclusively picked for uDiscover by designer Hugh Syme, the creator of the band’s iconic ‘Starman’ emblem.
The death has been confirmed of Greg Lake, the former member of prog giants Emerson, Lake & Palmer and King Crimson. He was 69.
Are you a Prog Rock fan? Do you know your Camel’s from your Gong’s? Test yourself with the uDiscover Prog Rock music quiz - can you get 10/10 - it's hard but...
Are you a Prog Rock music fan? Do you know your Camel’s from your Gong’s? Test yourself with the uDiscover Prog Rock music quiz - it's hard but fun!
Tangerine Dream's Quantum Key EP, released last autumn as their first music since the death of Edgar Froese, will be out on vinyl in the new year.
Vangelis has announced that his 13-disc box set Delectus will be released on 3 February.
Rick Wakeman will release his new solo album Piano Portraits, a collection of solo piano interpretations of a wide variety of material, on 13 January, 2017.
On 2 December, Mike Oldfield will release vinyl reissues of rarities collection ‘Collaborations’ and live double-album ‘Exposed’.
Rush’s landmark 1976 album, ‘2112’, receives a suitably epic super deluxe edition anniversary box set release on 6 January 2017.
Released on 29 October 1979, Camel’s ‘I Can See Your House From Here’ was the band’s most eclectic album to date, straddling prog and electro-pop.