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Founded in 1998 by musician and journalist Markus Detmer, Staubgold is an acknowledged and acclaimed brand for experimental and electronic music from around the world.

Its roster can boast internationally known names like The Flying Lizards, Faust, To Rococo Rot, Kammerflimmer Kollektief, Ekkehard Ehlers, Rafael Toral and Oren Ambarchi. In 2003, the label shifted its base from Cologne to Berlin and moved further to Perpignan in France in 2011.

Latest releases



Out now: The Schwarzenbach's second album

october 2015

This meeting was planned by the devil, because he wanted to do some good for a change: the avant-jazz-electronica-rock’n'roll project Kammerflimmer Kollektief from Karlsruhe has been assembling a wide range of sounds live and on record ranging from unforeseeable noise, soft sighs of love and exploding hearts of iron since 1996. Now they are making music with writer, journalist and former Spex editor in chief Dietmar Dath. The musicians and the author chose their shared name in honour of the lesbian author and journalist Annemarie Schwarzenbach. (more)
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Vinyl now available: Family Fodder's "Sunday Girls"

november 2015

The vinyl version is finally ready for shipping !
Staubgold proudly presents the legendary first 12“ EP from 1979 by UK underground heroes Family Fodder, for the first time reissued on CD and vinyl. "Sunday Girls (Director’s Cut)" comes as a lovingly assembled full-length album compilation. It features the complete "Sunday Girls" EP, the very first Family Fodder 7" single "Playing Golf" (1979), the "Debbie Harry“ 7" from 1980, the 7“ A side "Warm" (1980) and last not least two tracks from the rare "Te Deum" 12“ (1979) by Alig Fodder’s pre-Fodder project Frank Sumatra. (more)
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dj Monsieur Croque supports Os Mutantes

friday 27th november 2015 at 21:00

Théâtre Municipal, Perpignan, France.

forthcoming releases


Vivien Goldman, "Resolutionary" cd/lp/dl
Telebossa, "Garagem Aurora" cd/lp/dl
Costin Miereanu, "Luna Cinese" cd/lp/dl