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centrozoon re-stream from Castle Studios + band in chat

Online Event

Friday, March 19, 2021 at 9 PM UTC+01 – 10 PM UTC+01
Price: Free
Duration: 1 hr

Re-stream of the fantastic Centrozoon live performance from 08/03/2021, this time with the full audio from the beginning and the band in the YouTube chat. Enjoy the gig and ask them your questions, we look forward to seeing you all there.

Centrozoon with rhythm section: Markus Reuter, Bernhard Wöstheinrich plus Shawn Crowder (drums), Alexander Dowerk (Touch Guitar),
You can expect fantastic musical landscapes with ambient, fusion and polyrhythmic textures. Make sure to tune in!
Recorded and mixed live at Castle Studios on March 8th, 2021. Due to an audio cut-out at the beginning of the performance we decided to re-stream the event so that everyone can enjoy it in whole.

centrozoon – Vacuum Love, Vol. 3 (Archive Series)

Vacuum Love, Vol. 1-5 is the first batch of centrozoon’s archival releases. It was recorded live to 2-track DAT in and around October 1998, years before centrozoon released their first official album. The music is presented as is, uncensored. These sessions (some of which were recorded live in the studio, some live on stage) hint unmistakably at what was to come.

We’re proud to finally being able to present this music in its entirety. There are some technical flaws with some of the recordings, but we’ve left them untouched in order to not mess with the flow of the improvisations. This music is the seed of centrozoon as we know it.


credits

released December 3, 2007

markus reuter – touch guitars, processing
bernhard wöstheinrich – synthesizers, sequencers

cover artwork by maria garofalo
layout by bernhard wöstheinrich

centrozoon – Vacuum Love, Vol. 5 (Archive Series)

Vacuum Love, Vol. 1-5 is the first batch of centrozoon’s archival releases. It was recorded live to 2-track DAT in and around October 1998, years before centrozoon released their first official album. The music is presented as is, uncensored. These sessions (some of which were recorded live in the studio, some live on stage) hint unmistakably at what was to come.

We’re proud to finally being able to present this music in its entirety. There are some technical flaws with some of the recordings, but we’ve left them untouched in order to not mess with the flow of the improvisations. This music is the seed of centrozoon as we know it.

credits

released December 5, 2007

markus reuter – touch guitars, processing
bernhard wöstheinrich – synthesizers, sequencers

cover artwork by maria garofalo
layout by bernhard wöstheinrich

centrozoon – Vacuum Love, Vol. 2 (Archive Series)

Vacuum Love, Vol. 1-5 is the first batch of centrozoon’s archival releases. It was recorded live to 2-track DAT in and around October 1998, years before centrozoon released their first official album. The music is presented as is, uncensored. These sessions (some of which were recorded live in the studio, some live on stage) hint unmistakably at what was to come.

We’re proud to finally being able to present this music in its entirety. There are some technical flaws with some of the recordings, but we’ve left them untouched in order to not mess with the flow of the improvisations. This music is the seed of centrozoon as we know it.

credits

released December 2, 2007

markus reuter – touch guitars, processing
bernhard wöstheinrich – synthesizers, sequencers

cover artwork by maria garofalo
layout by bernhard wöstheinrich

centrozoon – Vacuum Love, Vol. 4 (Archive Series)

Vacuum Love, Vol. 1-5 is the first batch of centrozoon’s archival releases. It was recorded live to 2-track DAT in and around October 1998, years before centrozoon released their first official album. The music is presented as is, uncensored. These sessions (some of which were recorded live in the studio, some live on stage) hint unmistakably at what was to come.

We’re proud to finally being able to present this music in its entirety. There are some technical flaws with some of the recordings, but we’ve left them untouched in order to not mess with the flow of the improvisations. This music is the seed of centrozoon as we know it.

credits

released December 4, 2007

markus reuter – touch guitars, processing
bernhard wöstheinrich – synthesizers, sequencers

cover artwork by maria garofalo
layout by bernhard wöstheinrich