EPITAPH – New album coming in March 2017


On March 31, 2017, MIG Music is going to release a new EPITAPH album.

People who attended the gig in March 2016 witnessed EPITAPH recording a fantastic concert at the old trainstation in Hannover-Anderten.

The album is called “A Night At The Old Station – An Acoustic Live-Club-Event” and will be released as CD+DVD bundle. With the release of their last studio album “Fire (more…)

PAT TRAVERS – November/ December 2016 Tourdates cancelled

Only recently, PAT TRAVERS has cancelled his European tour dates from November 17, 2016 to December 17, 2016. Why, he explains on his website:
To all my fans, friends and music business associates. I regret that I will NOT be embarking
on the European tour we had scheduled for Nov 17- Dec 17th, 2016. Although the promoter
involved had made many promises to my management, in the end, (more…)

KLAUS SCHULZE – Rare “Another Green Mile” now an individual album


Does not every artist who has been working for several decades have some hidden music somewhere else? His lost works or forgotten tracks that have been tucked away in drawers or within heaps of tape and CD’s – and then quietly they were covered with the sands of time and layers of dust.

As happened with KLAUS SCHULZE and “Another Green Mile”. Several years (more…)

Preview of the upcoming ROCKPALAST releases


Here is our updated preview of the upcoming ROCKPALAST releases.

The start (as well as the end of the Rockpalast year 2016) will be a special highlight – ASWAD with their superb concert from 1980. The British reggae band from London played on the 3rd of July at the WDR studio B in Cologne. At this point they had only released their first two (more…)

Flaco Jiménez – New live album with the accordion legend


With the release of FLACO JIMÉNEZ‘ CD “Fiesta” on November 25, 2016 MIG Music is expanding its musical spectrum. Tex mex and southern styles can already be found in the catalogue but now we go further towards Mexico and folklore, with a musical style named conjunto.

Conjunto rhythms sound more than familiar to European ears because they are known from German and Austrian folk (more…)