Steven Wilson’s “Perfect Life” is as gorgeous as it is enigmatic, and an involving reminder of the larger things at play on the upcoming ‘Hand. Cannot. Erase.’
Having originally left because he wasn’t interested in Genesis’ ever-more-aggressive touring schedule, Anthony Phillips remains steadfastly solo.
Jon Anderson remembers “And You and I,” which became Yes’ fourth consecutive Top 50 single after its release this week in 1972.
Most likely know the core group that became Pink Floyd met at architecture school. But did you know Nick Mason began with a confirmed exit plan?
Inside Deep Purple’s unique collaborative relationship with Ian Gillan: ‘We have a weird dynamic, but it works’
Even after more than two decades with Deep Purple, Steve Morse is still a bit mystified by Ian Gillan’s creative process.
After a lengthy layoff, the reformulated King Crimson is planning a second tour — and, Tony Levin says, eyeing the possibility to creating new music.
Released 10 years ago today, Adrian Belew’s ‘Side One’ began four separate installments of adrenaline-charged, twisty guitar. Better buckle up!
Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason, one of the most vocal critics of U2’s iTunes gambit, says he’s seen the future of music on the internet. It just needs more users.
Preston Frazier discusses Billy Sherwood’s best contributions to prog and pop, both with Yes and with stars like Paul Rodgers and William Shatner.
With ‘XIV,’ Toto has produced a visceral, entirely present return, one that acknowledges their best moments even as it builds upon them.