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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 Vivien Goldman, The Flying Lizards, Faust, To Rococo Rot, Kammerflimmer Kollektief, 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.

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Staubgold : 25 ans d'exploration musicale sans frontières

wednesday 17th may 2023 at 19:00

Conférences / Concerts / Rencontres
Oren Ambarchi (Sydney/Berlin)
Jasmine Guffond (Sydney/Berlin)
Bérangère Maximin (Perpignan)
+ Dj Sukram
Concerts à partir de 19h00 | PAF: 5 EUR
À l’occasion de son 25ème anniversaire, le label Staubgold propose le mercredi 17 mai au Centre d’Art contemporain Àcentsmètresducentredumonde à Perpignan une rencontre avec plusieurs de ses artistes, suivie de concerts.

Out now: Klangwart's "Bogotá"

february 2019

Vinyl includes free CD version of the album. Recorded in Bogotá featuring members of the Meridian Brothers and Las Áñez.
The “Elder Statesmen of Neo-Krautrock”: Electro-duo Klangwart was thought-provokingly labelled as such by an inventive music journalist when presenting their previous album “Transit” (named, among others, Record of the Year in the “Avant-Rock” section of The Wire’s 2016 Critics Poll). The tag responds to an understandable attempt at finding a category for one of the most singular phenomena of the electronic music scene. It might be more passing to call them the “Under-Statesmen”, as minimalism and understatement are key elements of the Klangwart project, founded more than 20 years ago by musician and author Timo Reuber and DJ and Staubgold label manager Markus Detmer. (more)
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Out now: Modern Jazz Dance Classics Volume 1

february 2019

A double vinyl compilation feat. 15 tracks from all over the world.
For some time now in the continual hunt for new DJ material to play in the Jazz scene we have been coming across great tracks by current artists that are often only available on digital or cd format, and have been cutting dubplates so we can play them in Jazz Dance gigs. Modern Jazz Dance Classics aims to provide DJs with this new music on vinyl and thus inject new music into the Jazz Dance scene. Following a discussion between Jeff The Fish and Markus at the Staubgold record label in Germany, Staubgold created a new sub label MJDC to do this and here we are, the first collection of some of these tracks that have gone down well in sets across Europe from various Fish events in France including the legendary "Fish Party" in Perpignan, to Genis Worksong's "Cool Fingers" in Barcelona and Melody Nelson's "Home and Abroad" sessions in Hamburg and Hanover in Germany and more in between. (more)

Out now: "Attention l'Armée"

february 2018

Strictly limited to 500 copies worldwide. Comes in high-quality full-colour gatefold sleeve with insert.
This radical report of a rebellious youth raising from the still glowing ashes of May 1968 brings to our ears a jazz as spiritual as revolutionary. Attention, disc is burning ! (more)
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Out now: Rafael Toral's Space Solo 2

april 2017

"Space Solo 2 is the final release on the Space Program series, which started with Space (2006). Ten releases were originally projected, but the ideas I wanted to explore in a sustained and systematic way have already been fulfilled in these six records. For that and a number of other reasons, I decided that I will be able to move with more room and freedom outside this structure that is now completed.
The Solo series is meant to be reference documentation to my solo performance at the time of their release, on various instruments. Space Solo 2 showcases a different set of instruments from Space Solo 1, namely the Glove-controlled sinewaves from the first years, a rarely performed Modular Synthesizer solo, the Theremin-controlled Modulated Feedback and a contemporary approach to the Electrode Oscillator (featured on Space Solo 1 on a simpler configuration)." (more)
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Out now: Klangwart meets Le K on 7"

july 2017

In 2014 Cologne/Perpignan duo Klangwart travelled to Bogotà for a recording session with prolific Colombian group Meridian Brothers. "Monserrate“ is the first track from those sessions to be released - a collective composition by Markus Detmer and Timo Reuber with Juanita Añez Rothmann (voice), Valentina Añez Rothmann (voice), Eblis Álvarez (cello), Damián Ponce (drums) and César Quevedo (bass). Features a fine remix by Perpignan’s dub master Le K aka Sylvain Garcia on flipside. (more)
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Out now: new Los Pirañas vinyl-only album

february 2017

For more than 20 years Eblis Alvarez (Meridian Brothers), Mario Galeano (Frente Cumbiero, Ondatropica) and Pedro Ojeda (Romperayo, Sidestepper) have been exposed to latinamerican tropical types of music that for many years (and still these days) have been relegated to the last place of good taste. Vallenato, peruvian chicha, colombian raspa, champeta, some african sounds and cumbia in its different genres (sabanera, rabajada, sonidera) make part of the new style that Los Pirañas expose in the agitated Colombian music scene.
Their debut album "Toma Tu Jabón Kapax" is deliberately strident and still, you can easily dance to it. In 2013 they released the 7“ single "Salvemos Nuestro Folclor“ and a video directed by artists Mateo Rivano and Santiago Mora. Their second LP "La Diversión Que Hacía Falta En Mi País" was recorded in June 2014 in collaboration with Quantic (Will Hollland) recording on analogue tape and mixed live.
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