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Prog is a British magazine dedicated to progressive rock music, published by Future. The magazine, which is edited by Jerry Ewing, was launched in March 2009 as a spin-off from Classic Rock and covers both past and present artists.

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Badger: One Live Badger

Review by Chris Roberts, Prog, 15 July 2016

Live debut from Tony Kaye's first post-Yes band, let loose    ...

Pavlov's Dog: They specialised in music you couldn't dance to, but how prog were Pavlov's Dog?

Retrospective and Interview by Paul Lester, Prog, 17 July 2016

Some hailed them as America's first prog band, they played with members of King Crimson and influenced generations of prog bands... But just how prog ...

Judy Henske & Jerry Yester: Farewell Aldebaran

Review by Rob Hughes, Prog, 18 August 2016

At last! Unheralded '60s classic gets a proper reissue. ...

Mark Hollis, Talk Talk: Mark Hollis: A life in music

Retrospective by Chris Roberts, Prog, 4 January 2020

A look at the career of the late Talk Talk frontman who died in 2019... ...

Pink Floyd: Raving and drooling: How Pink Floyd made Animals

Retrospective by Daryl Easlea, Prog, January 2021

Pink Floyd's Animals was released in 1977, but its themes continue to strike a chord in the modern day. ...

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