New Issue Of Prog On Sale Now!
The brand new issue of Prog is on sale today, celebrating 40 years of one of the original pioneering prog labels Virgin Records, and it’s flagship release, Mike Oldfield’s sensational Tubular Bells album.
We have exclusive interviews with Mike Oldfield, Richard Branson, Gong, Henry Cow, Tangerine Dream, Can, Faust and more about the evolution of a record label that truly broke the mould and an album that remains one of the most groundbreaking releases in its field. Plus Roger Dean’s brand new makeover of the legendary ‘two virgins’ logo on the magazine cover!
Also in this issue:
TesseracT discuss their most important release to date, Altered State.
Storm Thorgerson is bid a fond farewell by those he worked with.
IQ’s 1983 album Tales From The Lush Attic comes under the Prog microscope.
Bruce Soord & Jonas Renkse discuss their brand new collaboration, Wisdom Of Crowds.
Nosound discuss changing band members and shifting emotions.
Scale The Summit explain why their fans sometimes think they’re not real!
Daniel Cavanagh discusses Leafblade and his other extra-curricular projects.
The Residents take us to the Outer Limits.
Luna Rossa take the folk out of Panic Room.
Sound Of Contact explain their genesis as rising prog stars.
Guapo return with a brand new challenging album.
HRH Prog: The full report.
Blue Mammoth are our winners of the Prog Unsigned competition. All the way from Brazil.
Plus! Big Big Train’s Greg Spawton gets spoddy on Brainstorm. Steve Hillage tells us all about his new album and tour, as does Fish and we review Cruise To The Edge, Believe, Clive Nolan, Osada Vida,Scott Walker, Marillion, Twelfth Night, BJH, Mostly AutumnPain Of Salvation, Trail of Dead, Astra and more.
Plus a free ten-track CD as well…
Get your copy now at www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk.
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