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Macho

Macho

Macho


There are three artists called Macho: A current band in Barcelona; "Define Macho's music? Take note: Their primitive rock and lack of artifices will make you move your hips and frontal lobe. Macho makes the walls sweat, the birds migrate. Men cry in the corners, women enter in a state of heat like possessed by the devil. Macho is the only band capable of altering the rotation of Earth. Macho exists since the beginning of time. But, thank God, you can see, enjoy them live now and here." Read more on Last.fm
There are three artists called Macho: A current band in Barcelona; "Define Macho's music? Take note: Their primitive rock and lack of artifices will make you move your hips and frontal lobe. Macho makes the walls sweat, the birds migrate. Men cry in the corners, women enter in a state of heat like possessed by the devil. Macho is the only band capable of altering the rotation of Earth.

Macho exists since the beginning of time. But, thank God, you can see, enjoy them live now and here." machomacho.bandcamp.com/ www.bankrobber.net/web2/ca/macho Macho was a lead and background vocalist originally from Bologna, Italy. Always fascinated by disco music, in 1978 Marzio Vincenzi convinced his friend Mauro Malavasi to produce his first record, "I'm A Man". The title track, a remake of the Steve Winwood piece, had an immediate and favourable outcome.

Subsequently, with the advent of what is identified by many as 'rosco music' (a hybrid between rock and disco) Macho released the album "Roll" in 1980. Unlike Malavasi, whose career continued to develop, Macho died in 1998. Macho is slovak producer and dj (http://www.last.fm/music/DJ+Macho) - breakbeat, techfunk, electro. Currently most successfull breakbeat producer in Slovakia and owner of Breaks.sk Records. Latest release hit #55 in Beatport Breaks Top 100.

First Beatport release on VIM Records - So let's begin was also reviewed by Mixmag - world's biggest dance music and clubbing magazine, where it becomes 3 from 5 points. He cooperated with 4th channel of slovak national radio - RadioFM, where he was preparing night breakbeat mixes. You can hear his tracks on slovak Radio FM, czech Radio 1 or breaks station like Ibreaks.co.uk, NSB Radio... In 2010 he is expecting releases and remixes on VIM Records, Breaks.sk and 13Breakz.

He played in lot of slovak and czech clubs including biggest slovak electronic openair gig Beefree. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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