Issue 68

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Featuring new design! Contents include:

Ozric Tentacles – Ed and Brandi Wynne address the band’s courageous triumph over catastrophic events en route to issuing its brilliant new double album, Technicians of the Sacred


Steven Wilson – progressive music’s third-wave wunderkind discusses his oft-misunderstood approach to concept works through the context of latest opus Hand. Cannot. Erase.  


Steven Wilson (Part 2) – Wilson reflects on his allotted status as progressive music’s guiding light. 


Tim Bowness – the longtime Steven Wilson collaborator talks about new album Stupid Things that Mean the World and stepping further into the solo-artist spotlight.  


Gavin Harrison – Porcupine Tree/King Crimson drummer gives the rationale behind his new big-band jazz album Cheating the Polygraph and shares hopes for an eventual Porcupine Tree reunion.


David Torn – the renowned impressionistic guitarist shares insights on new album Only Sky and the art of improvisation.


Native Construct – young progressive-metal band from Boston’s fertile Berklee College of Music scene gives the lowdown on debut concept disc Quiet World.


Magma – Christian Vander waxes philosophical on the band marking its 45th anniversary.


Luca Turilli’s Rhapsody – a chat with Italy’s master conceptualizer of epic cinematic Hollywood sci-fi symphonic progressive metal in the context of new album Prometheus, Symphonia Ignis Divinus.


Chris Squire – a tribute to the late bassist and Yes co-founder.


Billy Sherwood – Chris Squire’s successor in Yes details the pair’s close relationship, how he sees Yes’s future, ongoing album projects with Circa and World Trade, plus solo pursuits. 


Riverside – members of Poland’s leading progressive rock/metal act discuss their subtle sound shift on new album Love, Fear and the Time Machine


Echolyn – group members talk about their creative process and newest work I Heard You Listening.


Fireballet – singer/percussionist Jim Cuomo gives the lowdown on ‘70s symphonic progressive group’s long-awaited reunion.


Goblin Rebirth – examining a new branch on the family tree of classic Italian act Goblin as band members discuss their eponymous debut album.


3RDegree – veteran American act goes lyrically “deep” with a wry sense of humor on new record Ones & Zeros Volume 1.


Jethro Tull – main man Ian Anderson provides details on continuing series of multi-disc 1970s album reissue sets.


The Prog M.D. – progressive music fan/musician Michael DeMichele, a practicing internist, provides his diagnosis on what ails us all with ROSFest as a backdrop.   


Live report roundup, 2015 – looking back on key onstage highlights including in-depth coverage of ROSFest ’15, Germany’s Night of the Prog Festival, Poland’s Metal Hammer Festival (Prog Edition), ProgDay ’15, New Jersey Prog House acoustic night and the traveling Sonic Voyage Fest. Also, special reviews of concerts by Camel, Yes, Deep Purple and the Adrian Belew/Tony Levin collaborative Three of a Perfect Pair. 


Reviews – more than 130 book and CD reviews.   

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