LORDS by ISAAC VACUUM In 2016 the band around Touch Guitar player Stefan Huth named ISAAC VACUUM , managed the balancing act between energetic live concerts (with established acts like “the Intersphere”, “The Hirsch Effekt”  and “Port Noir” amongst others) and  recording their first full length album on their own stream. After the self-titled EP in 2015 they now present their first full length album “LORDS” with  about 70 minutes […]


Categories: Album, Media, Stefan Huth



We are so happy to announce that Stefan Huth will have a Touch Guitars® booth at the Euroblast Festival, one of the biggest german festivals for progressive music. Stefan will also play there with his band ISAAC VACUUM. Visit him at the booth. It is so great to present our instruments to a lot of Djentle-men. Tickets for sale on: http://www.euroblast.net   Please follow and like us:


Categories: Concerts, Showcases



The Stone House (24bit​-​88​.​2kHz) by Wingfield Reuter Stavi Sirkis In early 2016 Markus Reuter was invited to a session at casa Murada Studio in Spain. One year later “THE STONEHOUSE” is finally released. The album features two of today’s most original, ingenious and decidedly “risk taking” electric guitar proponents, easily among the instrument’s most vital new voices: the UK’s Mark Wingfield (Jane Chapman; solo artist, and; one half of the […]


Categories: Album, Markus Reuter, Media



FACE is the latest release from drummer and percussionist Pat Mastelotto (King Crimson, Stick Men, Mr. Mister) and touch guitarist Markus Reuter (Stick Men, Crimson ProjeKct, Tuner).  Buy it here:     Housed in an provocatively surreal cover featuring artwork by Tool’s Adam Jones, FACE consists of just one 35 minute-long track FACE presents a musical travelogue rich in detail and panoramic in scope and scale, filled with contrasting scenes, […]


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Prog Noir by Stick Men With riveting performances by the modern prog-rock legends Stick Men – Tony Levin, Markus Reuter and Pat Mastelotto – , “Prog Noir” is ambitious, achieving and immediately essential. Cinematic themes, towering grooves and intricate arrangements are all on tap, and shower down in abundance. Proving conclusively that the whole is indeed greater than the sum of its parts, this herculean effort exceeds any perceived limitations […]


Categories: Album, Markus Reuter, Media