Mig Music News

Teddy Lasry passed away


Earlier this week we learned that French multi-instrumentalist Teddy Lasry had passed away. We are deeply saddened by this news. Our thoughts are with his family at this difficult time.
Born in Paris, Teddy Lasry was a member of the experimental French progressive rock band Magma. Together they developed the genre of Zeuhl (= heavenly music), including the artificial language of Kobaïan for (more…)

Keef Hartley Band and the Essener Pop & Blues Festival


In the autumn of 1969 and twice more in 1970, three festivals took place in Essen’s Grugahalle on the initiative of the young Konrad Mallison with the “Essen Pop and Blues Days”, which presented a very large number of the best bands in the rock scene in its early stages. The thousands of hippies and freaks may not have been aware of this, (more…)

MIG Music announces an exciting series of releases from the rich legacy of one of the most significant drummers in rock history: Ginger Baker.


Under the banner of the “Ginger Baker Archive,” we are thrilled to present music lovers worldwide with the first-ever complete release of the 1970 Beat Club recordings by the groundbreaking “Ginger Baker’s Airforce,” titled “What A Day,” scheduled for the end of May.

The next step, slated for the end of July, will be the CD release of Airforce II, featuring previously unreleased bonus (more…)

Rob Tognoni – New studio album “Rebel”


The “Tasmanian Devil” Rob Tognoni is back. After his last album “Catfish Cake” was unfortunately released in 2020 at the beginning of the pandemic and all touring ambitions of the exceptional Australian guitarist were thrown out of the window, Rob is back. On the road – this year his tour has already taken him through half of Europe – and in the studio (more…)

Teddy Lasry – Re-release of the successful and highly acclaimed 1976 album “e=mc²


Paris-born Teddy Lasry was a member of the experimental French progressive rock band Magma, with whom he developed the genre of Zeuhl (= celestial music) and the artistic language of Kobaïan for the lyrics. With Magma, Lasry recorded the highly successful albums “Magma”, “2” (originally “1001° Centigrades”) and “Mekanïk Destruktïw Kommandöh”. “Mekanïk Destruktïw Kommandöh” was the commercial breakthrough for Magma, the band had (more…)

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