Maiia - Live At Brooklyn Hall

by Mystic Sound Records

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Mystic Sound Records and Maiia project have prepared a nice gift for their listeners – the recording of Maiia full band concert in Brooklyn Hall!
Imagine the psychill music being played live. We don’t mean the electronic live when music is played by laptop. Imagine real drums nailed by the talented drummer Marina Chupricova, a bass guitar in gentle hands of Helen Bass, a guitar handled by Dmitry Tuzov, also huge throat singing and ethnic homus by Eugene Krasnov; and a bit of FX, synths and electronic played by the author of the music – Alla Vagner.
Imagined? Now put everybody on stage together with amazing dancers and performers – that’s how Maiia’s full band live looks like! Full of energy, true power of music! Maybe even a bit closer to psychedelic rock. We want you to feel this energy while listening to this record.
Mastered by Edward Cybered at Manifold Mastering Studio. The cover art for the album is designed by Elena Ukolova.

Full HD video from the concert youtu.be/wniVN7iEJqo

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released December 2, 2017

All tracks written and produced by Alla Vagner
Bass guitar by Helen Bass
Drums by Marina Chuprikova
Guitar by Dmitry Tuzov
Homus, throath singing by Eugene Krasnov
soundcloud.com/maiia
Mastered by Edward Cybered at manifold-studio.com/eng/
Released in 2017 by Mystic Sound Records mystic-sound.com

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The mission of Mystic Sound Records is to distribute high quality music on the modern electronic worldwide music scene. We believe that music can make the world a better place; that it is the universal language which can help to unite people who have as strong a passion for wonderful music as we do. We Are One. ... more

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