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Featuring Fabio Trentini and Asaf Sirkis - Truce
Review by Gary Hill

Markus Reuter is a very talented musician, and he surrounds himself with other talented cohorts. This instrumental set showcases that quite well.


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Kopfmensch
Review by Gary Hill
Markus Reuter is involved in a lot of projects, these days.

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Todmorden 513 (Concerto for Orchestra by Markus Reuter)
Review by Gary Hill
This is classical music, but not in the traditional sense. It’s more like the freeform classical that emerged in the early part of the 20th Century. Yet, it’s also ambient and space music. Is it rock? No, definitely not. It is, however, progressive music.

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with Mannheimer Schlagwerk - Sun Trance
Review by Gary Hill

This new release is essentially a single. Well, that's only so true.


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Interviews
Markus Reuter
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Markus Reuter from 2012

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Markus Reuter
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Markus Reuter from 2016

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Review by Gary Hill
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Stick Men - Absalom
Review by Grant Hill

Stick Men is a unique power trio. Founded by legendary and still cutting edge bassist / Chapman Stick artist, Tony Levin, Stick Men continues to expand the horizons of modern progressive music.


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Tim Motzer - and Markus Reuter – Descending
Review by Gary Hill

Moody and ambient music creates the format for these sedate soundscapes. There aren’t huge variants here, and everything moves very slowly, but it never feels redundant or samey either.


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Centrozoon - Boner
Review by G. W. Hill

It would be easy to just classify this disc as strange atmospheric music.


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Stick Men - Deep
Review by G. W. Hill
I really like Stick Men. Sometimes their music can be hard to describe, though.
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Specimen13 - Echosystem EP
Review by G. W. Hill

This is an EP that’s tied to a graphic novel.


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Dwiki Dharmawan - Hari Ketiga: (The Third Day) - A Musical Quantum Entanglement In Nine Acts
Review by Gary Hill
I've reviewed quite a bit of music from Dwiki Dharmawan, but this might be his most intriguing album. I'd consider it to be one of the most unique.

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Herd of Instinct - Herd of Instinct
Review by Gary Hill

This mostly instrumental album is released on Djam Karet’s new label. In fact, Gayle Ellett from Djam Karet guests on the disc, along with quite a few more notable names.


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Unquiet Music Ltd - In The Name Of... (A Prayer For Our Times)
Review by Gary Hill
It would be really hard to slap a label on this album, other than just lumping it in as progressive rock. Much of it is freeform, largely instrumental, weirdness.

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Wingfield - Reuter - Sirkis - Lighthouse
Review by Gary Hill

If you like instrumental music that's experimental and challenging, you should give this a try. There a real freeform vibe to a lot of it.


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TU - Live From Russia
Review by Grant Hill

Russia bears mystery and curious allure to many advanced musicians from the West.


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Stick Men - Live in Buffalo, New York, October 2011
Review by Grant Hill

The excellent “Two of a Perfect Trio” tour was a well-publicized and equally well received series of concerts featuring the bands of King Crimson legends Tony Levin and Adrian Belew.


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blld - Materia Prima
Review by Gary Hill

This is a short (roughly 20 minutes) EP that should definitely appeal to fans of modern King Crimson.


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Gary Husband & Markus Reuter - Music of Our Times
Review by Gary Hill

Both Gary Husband and Markus Reuter are legendary musicians who have been involved with many projects over the years.


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Tuner - Muut: Live in Estonia 2007
Review by G. W. Hill
This live recording of Trey Gunn’s grouping Tuner is quite intriguing.
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Markus Reuter Oculus - Nothing is Sacred
Review by Gary Hill

Everyone on this release is exceptionally skilled. The majority of them are frequently featured in Music Street Journal reviews.


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Tuner - Pole
Review by Gary Hill
Wow, as strange as this CD is, I love it! A collaboration between Markus Reuter and King Crimson’s Pat Mastellotto, this thing conveys a dark sort of progressive rock that is very much focused on textures.
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Stick Men - Prog Noir
Review by G. W. Hill
This band is really coming into its own.

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Adrian Benavides - Same Time Next Life
Review by G. W. Hill

There is definitely an industrial sort of vibe to this cut. In fact, a lot of it seems close to Tool or even Nine Inch Nails.


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Reuter Motzer Grohowsky - Shapeshifters
Review by Gary Hill

Markus Reuter in combinations with various musicians has created quite a catalog of intriguing instrumental progressive rock. This new collection with Tim Motzer and Kenny Grohowski is no exception.


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Stick Men - Stick Men + - Midori
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a double disc set. I believe that it was also released at one point in time as two single disc sets.


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Xavi Reija - The Sound of the Earth
Review by Gary Hill

While this is released under Xavi Reija's name, the full lineup here is full of exceptional musicians. Reija handles the drums while Tony Levin delivers bass, standup bass and Stick.


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Wingfield - Reuter - Stavi - Sirkis - The Stone House
Review by G. W. Hill
If you like freaky guitar based instrumental prog, you are sure to dig this. It has fusion and a lot more built into it.

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Tuner - Totem
Review by Gary Hill
This is the first disc that was released by Tuner – a collaboration of Pat Mastelotto (King Crimson) and Markus Reuter (Centrozoon). 
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Stick Men - With Gary Husband - Owari
Review by Gary Hill
Stick Men consistently put out quality material. So, the fact that this album is a strong as it is should be no surprise.

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