Named for a device that creates high-voltage electricity, Van der Graaf Generator was a shock to the system of prog’s...
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.
Vangelis has extended his chart span in the UK and other European countries beyond 40 years with Rosetta.
Adapting their sound to suit the mood in the late 70s, Gentle Giant released ‘The Missing Piece’, an album that focused more on catchy, no-frills pop-rock.
Jon Anderson was guest of honour at last night's (1 September) Progressive Music Awards 2016, where he was named Prog God.
Trevor Horn will collect the Outer Limits Award as one half of early 1980s prog-synth pop duo the Buggles, at the Progressive Music Awards 2016.
Vangelis will not be reprising his role as soundtrack composer on the forthcoming Blade Runner 2 sequel to the smash science fiction movie of 1982.
All The Way, Eagle Records' celebration of Justin Hayward's solo career, is now available digitally, with no fewer than 15 additional songs.
Artist Roger Dean, synonymous with progressive rock figureheads as Yes and Asia, will have an exhibition on display on the Isle of Man from 20 August.
Kylie interviews Bernie Shaw and Mick Box from Uriah Heep discussing warm-up rituals, piledrivers, Queen + more at Ramblin' Man Fair 2016.
Day 2 of The Ramblin' Man Fair 2016 proved just as exciting as the previous day and confirmed just why this is one of the 'go-to' festivals
Disregarding conformity, Daevid Allen released ‘Now Is The Happiest Time Of Your Life’ in 1977: bona-fide anarchy at the height of punk.
A landmark release in prog history, The Alan Parsons Project’s debut, ‘Tales Of Mystery And Imagination’, receives a lavish box set reissue on 2 December.
Legendary Yes bandmates Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman have reunited to record new music and head out on the ARW tour.
Genesis, just like every band, started out supporting other bands during their early days. Here are 20 classic Genesis' gigs from 1970 to 1973…