Stick Men European Tour March 2018

1/3 Bologna (IT) – Bravo Cafe Book a table 2/3 Roma (IT) – Planet Live Club Tickets 3/3 Firenze (IT) – Viper Tickets 4/3 Milano (IT) – Blue Note Tickets 5/3 Lugagnano di Sona/Verona (IT) – Il Giardino Tickets 7/3…

centrozoon - 217 III

released January 4, 2017 | Recorded live on the 20th Anniversary Tour at Chez Thomas, Mount Laurel, NJ, USA on November 5 2016.

Steppe-Scape (Stars of Eurasia) - The Great Steppe Live

released January 1, 2018 | This album is a live recording of Steppe-Scape performing at the Spirit of Astana festival in Astana (Kazakhstan), June 23, 2017.

Markus Reuter and Benni Schäfer interviewed by Leticia Trandafir

released December 23, 2017 | This candid unedited interview took place on November 23 2017 at the Unsung Productions studio in Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany.

Bernhard Wöstheinrich & Leander Reininghaus - Live in Gütersloh 2017

released December 11, 2017 | Materiaal Series, Part XII | Bernhard Wöstheinrich and Leander Reininghaus were invited to perform for the opening of the exhibition “DOUBLE CUT – contemporary xylographies.”

centrozoon - 217 I

released December 7, 2017 | Recorded live on the 20th Anniversary Tour at WDIY, Galactic Travels, Bethlehem, NJ, USA on November 3 2016.

centrozoon - the 217 series

all recordings of the 20th Anniversary Tour concerts in November 2016. These pieces are unedited and the mix is just like what was going out to the P.A. that night.

Markus Reuter - Live in Morelia 2016

released November 20, 2017 | Performed and recorded live on August 12 2016 at Teatro José Rubén Romero, Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico.

centrozoon - 217 VI

released November 09, 2017 | Recorded live on the 20th Anniversary Tour at IX Art Park, Charlottesville, VA, USA on November 9 2016.

Moonbound - Uncomfortable News From The Moon

released October 30, 2017 | UNCOMFORTABLE NEWS FROM THE MOON is a record about the smallness and folly of humankind. You won’t need to read between the lines.
Dedicated to the memory of George Carlin, one of the brightest minds of our time, and Bob Casale and Alan Myers of Devo, one of the bravest bands ever.