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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



Family Fodder (London, UK) on tour

may 2014

8 May @ Bleu Cafe, Neuchatel, Switzerland
15 / 16 / 17 May @ L'Ubu, Perpignan, France
21 May @ King Georg, Cologne, Germany
22 May @ Club Alpha, Schwäbisch Hall, Germany
23 May @ Rakete, Stuttgart, Germany
25 May @ Roter Salon, Berlin, Germany
26 May @ Golden Pudel Club, Hamburg, Germany
27 May @ Kellerperle, Würzburg, Germany
The original 1981 line-up on tour featuring Alig Fodder (keyboards, guitar, oud, vox), Grahame Painting (bass, guitar, cello, vox), Bazz Smith (drums, electronic drums, percussion) and new singer Bee Ororo.

Meridian Brothers spring 2014 tour

may 2014

27.05 - FR - Bayonne, Casemate magnéto
28.05 - FR - Pau, La Centrifugeuse
29.05 - FR - Toulouse, Bario Loco
30.05 - FR - Nîmes, La Paloma
31.05 - CH - Düdingen, Kilbi Festival
04.06 - FR - Dijon, Péniche Cancale
05.06 - CH - Stans, STM
06.06 - BE - Brussels, Beurschouwburg
07.06 - FR - Paris, Festival Villette Sonique
08.06 - FR - Saint-Brieuc, Festival ArtRock

Out now: Mixed Band Philanthropist's "The Impossible Humane" vinyl-only reissue

march 2014

Recorded from 1984 to 1986, "The Impossible Humane" is the sole album by The New Blockaders side project Mixed Band Philanthropist. Originally released on the German Selektion label in 1987 and impossible to find nowadays, Staubgold makes this rare gem of Industrial goes Musique Concrete available again in a strictly limited edition of 400 copies. (read more).
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forthcoming releases


Costin Miereanu, "Luna Cinese" cd/lp/dl
Costin Miereanu, "Blow-up" 2cd/dl
Kammerflimmer Kollektief, "Désarroi" cd/lp/dl