Slowly Back To Normality by Cédric Theys Quote from Cédric Theys: “” The past couple of years have been busy in many ways and certainly not inactive. 2018 is most likely going to have a flurry of new music that has been building for the past few years. Slowly Back To Normality is the first
THE|SPUR. – impressive, progressive, technically demanding music with electrifying and passionate performance. The band establishes ties between classic, melodic progressive rock music biased towards heavy metal rudiments and modern, song-oriented, technically complex approaches. Superior melodic sections and almost frantic instrumental outbreaks don’t interfere with the pure structures and diverse harmonies. When Stephan Schroth (drums) brought
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
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
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
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
GL5 by glistening leotard released April 16, 2016 All songs written and performed by glistening leotard in 2015 jessica näser: vocals andrej henze: guitar ralf gemein: guitar chris herb: touch guitar arthur krol: drums guest performances: violin on restless: leonie ziegner saxophone on green: klaus theißen additional touch guitar on skittish: matt tate synthesizer on
This album is the companion to DiM13NSiON’s (pronounced Dimension Thirteen) Imagur, their first album. Both released in the same year, the duo planned those 2 albums together. They are linked in many ways but are mirrors to each other, Imagur and Rugami. Rugami by DiM13NSiON Where Imagur was dark and contemplating human machinery and our
released 01 February 2015 | ‘Oktan’ marks the second solo release by Chris Herb, with a deeper exploration in working with a physical instrument–an 8 string touch guitar–in creating essentially electronic dance music.
SMN1412 | released 21 October 2014 | To wrap up the first 5 years of the band’s existence, Stick Men release a special 2-disc “Anthology” that covers the ‘best of’ the existing release, plus a whole new disc of their totally unique style of experimental rock improv.