Martin Foye – Fruupp

Having released four albums in the 1970s, Northern Irish band Fruupp dissolved and became a footnote of the glory days of prog. But in recent years there has been a resurgence of interest and reissues of their music have helped…

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Banco del Mutuo Soccorso

Banco del Mutuo Soccorso

With the surprise release of a new album from classic Italian band Banco del Mutuo Soccorso, Orlando: Le Forme dell’Amore, earlier this year, TPA’s Basil Francis had the opportunity to speak to keyboardist Vittorio Nocenzi, with contributions from the other…

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With their latest album, Zenith, just released, self-proclaimed instrumental prog band Poly-Math played a special album launch gig at Signature Brew in Walthamstow, East London. Always keen to attend a gig in a brewery, TPA’s Jez Rowden was on hand…

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David Paich - photo by Alessandro Solca

David Paich – Toto

With his first solo album just released, Toto legend David Paich spoke to TPA’s Alex Driessen about how less is more and how bands like Yes, Queen and ELP have influenced his band. And much, much more… It’s not every…

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Steve Hackett with David Edwards

Steve Hackett

TPA’s David Edwards recently had the great pleasure to be able to talk to one of his prog rock heroes, Steve Hackett, during one of those rare moments over recent months when he and his wife, Jo, have had some…

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The Aristocrats

The Aristocrats

With their latest release taking the band in a different direction, we talk to The Aristocrats about how the new project with the Primuz Chamber Orchestra, from Poland, came about, featuring reimaginings of tracks from the band’s catalogue with an…

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