Nick Mason reinvents the early Pink Floyd days with his Saucerful Of Secrets. The gigs were brilliant and we now have a listen to the live recording of the London Roundhouse show recorded last year.
The On Track analysts take up the ‘every album, every song’ catalogues of The Who, 10CC and Gentle Giant.
Prognosis guitarist Phil Weller joins us for a chat about the bands latest single, what the future holds and the definitive prog metal album.
Prog’s most prolific musician, Neal Morse carves out an album that owes a debt to a misunderstanding with his wife and links to his Sola Scriptura from 2007.
Ken Course of The Silence Noise explains his passion for Doves in our latest Why I Love feature.
News of Passerine Finale, the new album collated over the last three years by Jeremy Gara of Arcade Fire.
We have a quick Q&A with Andy Tillison of The Tangent in the aftermath of their Auto Reconnaissance album release.
Richard & Linda Thompson. Two of the UK’s finest singer/songwriters ever. Their Complete Works – and more! A veritable Thompson Treasure Trove.
Rura release a tenth anniversary live set with plenty special guests and a setting where they’re both at home and at their most vibrant.
Delightful posthumous release from Eliza Jaye that is as full a testament to the remarkable talents of a remarkable lady as is possible to imagine.
Teach Me is the colourful and groovy new single from the trio known as GU-RU.
Zach Phillips recently released his new album, The Wine Of Youth. Here, the adopted Californian writes about his love of the music of Richard Thompson.
Doves make their eagerly-anticipated return with their first new album in eleven years with The Universal Want. It does not disappoint.
Now a fully paid-up member of the mighty progressive force that is Big Big Train, Rikard Sjöblom and his Gungfly project get Alone Together to challenge the prog expectancies.
Lyndon Scarfe releases Shorelines; the inaugural release on the newly formed Cue Dot Records. Shorelines is a well balanced work with great production.