V.A. – Vapor & Polvo Vol I
Each artist in this compilation belongs to a different culture. The richness, texture and color of their sound is the difference and yet the complement. This compilation includes the participation of musicians who have been inspiration for a long time.
MaCu and Guests live at Avantgarde Festival 2011
MaCu live at Avantgarde Festival Schiphorst 2011
Anthony Donovan (prepared chamber)
mix/editing by Kris Limbach and Hopek Quirin at Emitter19 Studio, Berlin
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ToBe Continued…, the 24 hours-long streaming music marathon is coming back on March 24th, World TB Day.
ToBe Continued is an original concert lasting 24 hours (from 00.00 hours to the midnight of March 24th), during which musicians from many parts of the World will be connected to this website that will broadcast, live, their concerts. During this un-interrupted 24 hour marathon Continue Reading →
V.A. – Classwar Karaoke Survey 0017
The British label Classwar Karaoke came out with itsSurvey 0017 which is dedicated to the memory of our friend Richard Lainhart, who died on 30th December 2011. Contributions of 92 artists, who are Bob Ostertag, Anthony Donovan, Murmurists, Gino Robair, David Fenech, FluiD, Anla Curtis,The Magic Continue Reading →
MaCu – Retrospectives
“MaCu – Retrospectives” – arrangement of older and new songs in a generous digipack (painting by MaCu, cover-design by MaGrAe). Published as an edition of 100 copies by the german label Inner Cinema.
Reviews: African Paper
MaCu vs. Federico Barabino – Waves
“MaCu vs. Federico Barabino – Waves” – fine limited tape edition (50 copies) @ the german label Inner Cinema. A beautiful cooperation of MaCu (Austria) and Federico Barabino (Argentina) for fans of deep drones and noisy soundscapes.
Reviews @ African Paper, kulturterrorismus
V.A. – Fabriksampler V.4
“V.A. – Fabriksampler | V4” – big compilation of the Slovenia based label Pharmafabrik, with contributions of KK Null, Yoshihiro Kikuchi, MaCu and many more.
Review @ kulturterrorismus