The set features expanded editions of all of the albums that Caravan recorded for Decca's Deram label in the first...
The unmistakable sound of Peter Gabriel's 1977 favourite 'Solsbury Hill' ring out loud and clear in the trailer for Pixar's upcoming Finding Dory.
Journey To The Centre Of The Earth by Rick Wakeman replaced the Carpenters’ The Singles 1969-1973 at No. 1 in the UK on 25 May, 1974.
Legendary prog guitarist Steve Hackett has announced ‘The Total Experience Live In Liverpool’, a 2CD+2DVD deluxe package, due for release on 24 June.
Released in April 1982, Tangerine Dream’s ‘White Eagle’ had an electro-pop sensibility that merged perfectly with the proggier excursions of their past.
Producer-artist Alan Parsons has confirmed a 40th anniversary, multi-disc version of the Alan Parsons Project's 1976 debut Tales Of Mystery And Imagination.
Released in April 1972, Continental Circus is an anomaly in the Gong canon, but nonetheless radiates their signature charm.
Carl Palmer is to mount a North American tribute tour for his former ELP colleague Keith Emerson, who passed away at the age of 71 on 10 March.
Keith Noel Emerson (2 November 1944 – 10 March 2016) born in Yorkshire raised in West Sussex and a genuine genius. Keith Emerson RIP
Geddy Lee from Rush interviewed by Kylie Olsson at Abbey Road Studios. We Came As Romans meet Kylie & perform songs at Abbey Road.
Rick Wakeman’s landmark ‘Journey To The Centre Of The Earth’ album is being reissued in a fully remastered four-disc special edition on 6 May.
Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues, who has extensive solo dates in North America in May/ June, will follow them with a September UK tour titled Stage Door.
Gong’s debut album, ‘Magick Brother’, stands as evidence of a wayward but irresistible collective, and what can be achieved when anarchy meets inspiration.
Released by the Froese-Schultze-Schnitzler line-up in 1971, Tangerine Dream’s, ‘Alpha Centauri’, is a key release in the development of electronica.
Vangelis and Jon Anderson worked together once again on the 1980 album See You Later: a record ripe for rediscovery by fans..
Alice Cooper and Rick Wakeman will headline the UK's inaugural Stone Free Festival at The 02 in London on 18 and 19 June, 2016 respectively.