Did you know? Progressive music didn’t disappear
after the ‘70s!
And that’s why you should subscribe to
Progression magazine, the world’s foremost authority on progressive rock and all related subgenres.
Progression is a full-size seasonally published magazine devoted to news, reviews, interviews and features covering a wide range of progressive music artists from around the globe. The coverage realm includes progressive rock, art-rock, progressive metal, avant-garde, experimental, neoclassical, fusion, acid jazz, Zeuhl, RIO, improvisational, free-form, ambient, space, new age, symphonic, progressive folk, ethnic, instrumental and other niches of eclectic musical expression.
We cover the classic acts—Yes, Van der Graaf Generator, Camel, Marillion, King Crimson, etc.
We also strive to highlight contemporary talents such as Echolyn, Spock’s Beard, The Flower Kings, Steven Wilson, Ozric Tentacles and countless others.
Each edition of the magazine exceeds 100 pages and showcases exclusive, in-depth interviews with progressive artists.
Past issues have featured Keith Emerson, Zappa Plays Zappa, Tangerine Dream, Return to Forever, John McLaughlin, Ian Anderson, plus many lesser-known, up-and-coming stars.
Also included are dozens of CD, DVD, book and concert reviews, plus insights on the progressive music scene from knowledgeable experts. All editorial material is compiled by professional journalists, photographers and musicians with many years of experience in progressive music.
Progression began publishing in summer 1992. Most back issues dating back through the years remain available for ordering through this website. (Please allow 3–4 weeks for delivery of all orders.)
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All back issue prices are postpaid to addresses in the United States and its territories. (Please keep in mind that individual copies of Progression can weigh over 1 pound). Back issues ordered from outside the United States are sent airmail at a rate of $10 per single issue ordered.
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