Gong’s ‘Shamal’ was a transitional LP, bridging between the stewardships of visionary Australian Daevid Allen and the prodigiously talented Pierre...
From Stylophones to pool balls, the rock canon is full of odd sounds and instrumental exotica. Here are the most unusual instruments in popular music.
Their 1968 album 'In Search Of The Lost Chord' provided the real commercial breakthrough for the band's new album-oriented sound.
Wilson is touring in support of his much-acclaimed 2017 album 'To The Bone'.
New 400-page opus documents the Rush star’s collection of bass guitars and the history behind them.
Before they became prog superstars, Camel auditioned to become Phillip Goodhand-Tait’s backing band and played on' I Think I'll Write a Song'.
Released in 2002, ‘A Nod And A Wink’ was influenced by events close to mainstay Andy Latimer’s heart, and focused on childhood dreams.
Two original forces in progressive music share the A New Day Festival bill and then a November 2018 London show.
The band's entire album catalogue, apart from their 1969 debut, comes to high quality vinyl.
Free Hand was the seventh album by prog legends ‘Gentle Giant’. Another artistic triumph for the band, it has endured as one of their best-loved releases.
Finland's Von Hertzen Brothers brought their mix of classic and progressive rock to Ramblin’ Man for a second time in 2018.
The prog-metal supergoup feature former Dream Theater mainstay Mike Portnoy and ex-Guns N'Roses guitarist Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal.
The prog rock legend also says "absolutely not" to a reunion with his former Marillion bandmates.
Released in 1971, Banana Moon, by Gong mainman Daevid Allen, took nothing seriously and attracted high-profile fans such as David Bowie.
'Yes, 50th Anniversary Live At The Apollo' sees the trio celebrating the work of the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductees.
Often billed as Jon Hiseman’s Colosseum, his band scored UK Top 20 albums with 'Those Who Are About To Die Salute You' and 'Valentyne Suite'