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Markus Reuter: Recording Music Across Space and Time

Read "Markus Reuter: Recording Music Across Space and Time" reviewed by Lawrence Peryer

Today, the Spotlight shines On returning guest, the innovative musician and composer Markus Reuter.Markus originally joined us for Episode 130 back in November 2022. He joins us now to discuss his project Sea of Hopeless Angels (Unsung Records), which began as several unedited studio solo improvisations by Markus on his electric touch guitar. Those recordings were turned over to mixer Stefano Castagna, whose sonic wizardry included not only mixing but fully collaborating with the recordings, adding new sounds ...

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New music from Melbourne band Claps, Devine King Project and Markus Reuter

Read "New music from Melbourne band Claps, Devine King Project and Markus Reuter" reviewed by Len Davis

New music from British band Devine King Project, Melbourne band Claps, German touch guitarist Markus Reuter and from Ukraine pianist Usein Bekirov with James Genus and Dennis Chambers. German band The Fire Orange Project, Spanish guitarist David Munoz, Jeff Lorber and Lo Greco Bros from Italy.Playlist Devine King project “Hypersphere" from Wired Telemetry (Self Produced) 00:00 Claps “Speedway! Speedway ! Speedway !" from Claps (Self Produced) 06:31 Markus Reuter “Blood Gold" from Sea of Hopeless Angels (Self Produced) 13:01 Usein ...

Album Review

Tu-Ner: T1-Contact Information

Read "T1-Contact Information" reviewed by Geno Thackara

After so many years crossing paths in the realm of experimental-industrial-groove-jazz-rock weirdness, it would have been more surprising if these three did not all join forces at some point. Pat Mastelotto and Trey Gunn build on a decades-long history in multiple King Crimson rhythm sections as well as their own duo called TU. Touch guitarist Markus Reuter plays with Mastelotto in the trio Stick Men as well as in their own duo called TUNER. (Gunn and Reuter have also performed ...

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New Music from Markus Reuter and Stephan Thelen, plus Andy Summers and Erik Escobar

Read "New Music from Markus Reuter and Stephan Thelen, plus Andy Summers and Erik Escobar" reviewed by Len Davis

New releases from Markus Reuter, Stephan Thelen and Andy Summers plus Brazilian keyboardist Erik Escobar and from Bolivia, guitarist Carlos Fischer.Playlist Markus Reuter-Tim Motzer-Kenny Growhowski “Bleed" from Bleed (Moonjunel) 00:00 Stephan Thelen “Glitch" from Fractal Guitar 3 (Moonjune) 08:27 Andy Summers “Bring On the Night" from Bring On the Night (Very serious Comedy) 17:06 Mika Krstic-Hadrien Feraud “Hong Kong" from Hong Kong (Crowd Surf) 25:33 Erik Escobar “Arcanjo Miguel" from New Brazilian Trio (Self Produced) 34:00 Michael Pipoquinha ...

Album Review

Stephan Thelen: Fractal Guitar 3

Read "Fractal Guitar 3" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Guitarist/composer Stephan Thelen presents the third installment of his Fractal Guitar series. Like the previous albums, the emphasis is on multiple guitars, layered in kaleidoscopic arrangements based on his compositions and guitar playing, but significantly colored by the contributions of his collaborators. This edition was also influenced by the other albums that he was working on simultaneously: Transneptunian Planets with J. Peter Schwalm, Eivind Aarset, Tim Harries and Manuel Pasquinelli (RareNoiseRecords, 2022); Fractal Sextet with Jon Durant, Fabio Anile, Colin ...

Album Review

Mata Atlantica: Retiro e Ritmo

Read "Retiro e Ritmo" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Retiro e Ritmo is a love letter to Mata Atlântica, the coastal rain forest of Brazil, and a call to help preserve and protect this beautiful habitat. The music supports that goal not by quoting or referencing Brazilian music directly, but by building a complex musical ecosystem that evokes it, obliquely creating a sense of place. The album is the brainchild of co-producer Mathias Derer, motivated by a 2017 Brazilian visit. Although he does not perform, he composed ...

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Markus Reuter

Read "Markus Reuter" reviewed by Lawrence Peryer

Markus Reuter is a music producer, composer, performer, and creative educator with international credentials and a vast discography. Reuter's work as a recording artist, solo performer, and collaborator spans (and frequently fuses) electrophonic loop music, contemporary classical music, progressive and art rock, industrial music, world jazz, jazz fusion, pop songs, and pure improvisation. Over the course of a two-decade career, he has been a member of multiple bands, ensembles, and projects (including Stick Men, Tuner, The Crimson ProjeKct, ...


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