The classic 1981 Moving Pictures album from Rush gets the anniversary treatment.
rather intriguing collaboration between the well known and the lesser so on Envy Of None.
News of the 40th (-ish) anniversary editions of Moving Pictures by Rush.
Synth Proggers, Kyros, continue to embrace the new trends in the music world and offer up a set that shows off their influences.
The next in our series of Why I Love Rush. This one incoming from Steve Brown who has several reason for his passion.
We turn our attention to the many excellent reissues and compilations that have helped to keep many of us afloat in 2020.
Andy Jones, drummer with Wigan folk rock band Merry Hell, tells us why he loves Rush.
The deadly editorial duo of Dom Walsh and Mike Ainscoe assess the Eighties output of Rush – the holy triumvirate of Lee, Lifeson and Peart. Prepare to be rushified.
Kyros drummer, Robin Johnson tells us what he loves about Canadian trio Rush.
The fortieth anniversary of Rush’s Permanent Waves is marked with a retrospective set and needless to say a trawl through the memory banks.
The At The Barrier tribute to Rush drummer Neil Peart. A devastating loss to the music world.
Phil Weller of Manchester prog metal band Prognosis, shares his thoughts on bands that have polarised fans opinions with their varied output.