Progressive rock

‘I don’t regret what happened’: On one of King Crimson’s most misunderstood albums

‘I don’t regret what happened’: On one of King Crimson’s most misunderstood albums

John Wetton remains a proselytizer for this decades-old studio effort, charts be damned.

Is this ambient track from Pink Floyd concerts part of the new Endless River album?

Is this ambient track from Pink Floyd concerts part of the new Endless River album?

Their atmospheric, unreleased ‘Big Spliff’ sessions apparently sparked a new project.

There’s more to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon than its trippy music: ‘Astonishingly relevant’

There’s more to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon than its trippy music: ‘Astonishingly relevant’

A key element to the album continues to resonate, Nick Mason says.

The time Steve Hackett blew away the Yardbirds’ Jim McCarty: ‘It was absolutely deafening!’

The time Steve Hackett blew away the Yardbirds’ Jim McCarty: ‘It was absolutely deafening!’

The ex-Genesis guitarist first worked with McCarty in the 1980s.

Exclusive advance stream: Marco Minnemann, “Soul Dance” from EEPS (2014)

Exclusive advance stream: Marco Minnemann, “Soul Dance” from EEPS (2014)

You’ll never think of Marco Minnemann the same way again.

‘Far too good for us’: You know Syd Barrett and David Gilmour; meet Pink Floyd’s forgotten guitarist

“He’s a great guitar player,” Nick Mason says. “I’m very fond of him.”

‘So laid back, and yet it’s so intense’: Deep Purple confirms new album for 2015, talks best ever

‘So laid back, and yet it’s so intense’: Deep Purple confirms new album for 2015, talks best ever

After eight years between releases, Roger Glover says “we can’t wait that long.”

Something Else! sneak peek: King Crimson, “Venturing Unto Joy, Pt. 1” (2014)

Something Else! sneak peek: King Crimson, “Venturing Unto Joy, Pt. 1” (2014)

Fripp and Levin tussle with a nervous energy, while Harrison and Rieflin make a simply glorious racket.

‘There were more names than gigs’: On the history of Pink Floyd, before they were Pink Floyd

‘There were more names than gigs’: On the history of Pink Floyd, before they were Pink Floyd

Best known among the early bands was Sigma 6, with Nick Mason, Rick Wright and Roger Waters.

One Track Mind: Days Between Stations with XTC’s Colin Moulding, “The Man Who Died Two Times” (2014)

Moulding disappeared from music in 2007, but he’s been slowly working his way back.