Vinyl & Box Set: STICK MEN "Prog Noir" - Tony Levin, Pat Mastelotto, Markus Reuter

Dear friends in Music, here is a good news.

Due to a popular and high demand, STICK MEN's 2LP (180 grams) and Box Set (2LP/2CD/Poster) is available in limited edition. Check below listed links for the best purchase option.

STICK MEN is a seminal progressive rock band featuring the legendary TONY LEVIN on stick, PAT MASTELOTTO on drums and electronic percussion, and MARKUS REUTER on TouchGuitars .

Yours in Music
Leonardo @ MoonJune and Stick Men Boys Tony, Pat & Markus

"The talents of these three musicians is clearly on display throughout Prog Noir, a fun, adventurous album filled with charming melodies and daring instrumental virtuosity." - Sea Of Tranquility

"The band's finest outing to date." - All About Jazz

" A triumvirate of likeminded players who realize the sum is greater than its individual parts. - Music Connection

Cinematic themes, towering grooves and intricate arrangements are all on tap, and shower down in abundance. Proving conclusively that the whole is indeed greater than the sum of its parts, this herculean effort exceeds any perceived limitations of the trio format - satisfying even the most devout and demanding of listeners. Long-time fans of Stick Men and King Crimson will revel in ecstasy, as the three sonic adventurers gleefully waltz to the outer fringes, while remaining sure-footed through every scene. The chemistry of Levin and Mastelotto has never been more evident, keeping a solid, propulsive undercurrent flowing beneath the soaring presence of the ingenious 'mad scientist' antics of Reuter. ... and a profound presence Markus Reuter does prove himself to be. One could be quickly forgiven for mistaking his avid, searching, convicted playing for that of Master Fripp, if administered under blindfold! From the overpowering to the sublime; from an organic, instinctive avant garde, to intricate, Crimsonesque tapestries, to rich cinematic themes and potent melodies, the album embodies the go-for-it, pioneering spirit that fans of the genre have long savored. A modern prog epic!

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