Wow! Maskeliade’s interview for Red Bull Music has reached 1 mln. views on Facebook. Check the interview asap!
Full interview Maskeliade gave to Afisha media last summer, just before openning of Maskeliade Music School.
Anton Maskeliade takes Red Bull Music team on a musical tour of Moscow: from the subway to an abandoned bread factory where he performed his new track «Tret». Here is the video and article.
Maskeliade has opened his own music school where he teaches music production for beginners and advanced students. Courses start every month and are held at the professional studio Sound Artist in art-gallery Ground. The program includes sound-design, mixing, mastering, fx, production techniques, music theory, analog synths and a lot of practice with homework. Ableton Live is the main editing program of the school.
All info about the school you can find at the official website – http://maskeliade.school
Maskeliade Street Studio is a social project where the microphone and instruments are placed in the middle of the street, and anyone can come up and strum / sing / yell whatever they want. We create a live musical performance in which every passer-by becomes a musician.
The video was shot in Taganskiy park in Moscow.
Maskeliade will be playing at Moscow Electro Beat festival with famous dancer Marquese Scott (AEROSMITH, MELISHA, SKRILLEX, MADONNA, HIKAKIN, RICKY MARTIN, BEYONCE, U2). On 15APR at ARTPLAY venue at 23:30. See you!
On 26JAN Maskeliade will play acoustic+electronic live show at Mumiy Troll Music Bar 21:00 in Moscow. He will be presenting new album “O” that was recently released.
New video and single Onfim from the upcoming album is out!
Onfim was a six year boy who lived in Novgorod in the 13th century, nowadays Russia. He left his pictures scratched in soft birch bark. They are the earliest known children’s drawings in existence.
You can also listen to the song on Soundloud.
Maskeliade has made audio guide for The GULAG History State Museum, creating atmospheric soundscapes for the exhibition.
The exhibition is dedicated to the history of the rise, development and decline of the Soviet labor camp system, an instrumental and integral part of the Soviet state machinery in the 1930s – 50s, and its political, administrative and economic role. The exhibition room also displays personal cases of various people who fell victims of the Soviet repressive policy and were sentenced to labor camp imprisonment.