Interview with Fabio Trentini (Moonbound)

Interview with Fabio Trentini (Moonbound)

The interview was recorded 02 October, 2011 and was first broadcast on the progressive rock podcast Progopolis (www.thedividingline.com) and is brought to you courtesy of The Dividing Line Broadcast Network Interviewer: Vince Font

Markus Reuter - Kopfmensch

Markus Reuter – Kopfmensch

released 01 November 2011 | A compilation of music by Markus Reuter and friends.

Markus Reuter featuring Sha - 0000

Markus Reuter featuring Sha – 0000

released 15 September 2011 | 0000 is the first album in Markus Reuter’s “featuring” series of releases with extraordinary musicians.

Markus Reuter Interview May 2011 for DEGEM (in German)

Markus Reuter Interview May 2011 for DEGEM (in German)

released 01 August 2011 | Markus Reuter & Tobias Reber

Bernhard Wöstheinrich & Nadim Haque - Anentropic Potential

Bernhard Wöstheinrich & Nadim Haque – Anentropic Potential

released 01 June 2011 | Bernhard Wöstheinrich and Nadim Haque performed this set as a concert broadcast live on “Codos Traumreisen” at the Dortmund, Germany radio station eldoradio* in December 2010.

Untight - Live at Theaterkapelle

Untight – Live at Theaterkapelle

released 30 May 2011 | Recorded live to two-track at Theaterkapelle, Berlin, Germany on May 11, 2011

UR013
Moonbound - 
Peak Of Eternal Light

Moonbound – Peak Of Eternal Light

UR013 | released 02 May 2011 | “Peak of eternal light” by Moonbound is a sonic love letter to a bygone era of music

Moonbound - Our Day Will Come (free download)

Moonbound – Our Day Will Come (free download)

released 01 April 2011

Markus Reuter & Zero Ohms - The Sun Is Just The Sun, But The Stars They Call The Heavens

Markus Reuter & Zero Ohms – The Sun Is Just The Sun, But The Stars They Call The Heavens

DiNDDL08 | released 28 March 2011 New collaboration between the German touch guitarist Markus Reuter & American woodwind experimentalist Zero Ohms.

Stick Men - Absalom

Stick Men – Absalom

released 12 March 2011 Stick Men embody the tradition of progressive rock