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sábado, 29 de noviembre de 2014

Mario Marzidovsek - Za Slovenijo Stoji Slovenec (Marzidovsek Minimal Laboratorium - M.M.L. 019, mc, 1985)

Mario goes (blues) rock... This cassette was made as collaboration, recorded and produced 20.10.1985. at MML, where is finally released.

Side 1:
Naši Lepi Generali
Nocoj Bom
Stalinova Pisma

Side 2:
Harmonika Blues Avtobuez
Partizan No. 2
Operacijska Soba
Untitled (doesn't appear on sleeve)
Untitled (doesn't appear on sleeve)
Hruške Se Sošijo
Konj Brez Trave

This songs can be easily called protest due the strong anti political themes they consist of.

Beno Kolarič: electric guitar, flanger, phaser, 
Maestro: effect box, vocal, 
Bojan Gajšek: vocal, 
Roland: echo ball, electric guitar
Mario Marzidovšek: Appears on Konj Brez Trave track and probably on other tracks too.

Mario Marzidovsek - Alter Minimal 2 (Marzidovshek Minimal Laboratorium - MML 016, BloedvlagProdukt, cass, 198?)

Mario Marzidovšek was musician, artist, producer and concert organiser in northeast Slovenia and one of the pioneers of Yugoslavian D.I.Y. industrial/noise scene. In the 80's he participated in several alternative actions, including "mail art" (he wrote over 600 letters per year to his correspondents) and the establishment of the first private (then illegal), non-commercial label in the former Yugoslavia called Minimal Laboratorium; anetwork through which he communicated with numerous artists and producers across the world.
From period of 1984 to 1988, he issued more than 50 cassettes with different types of music, among which prevailed electronics and alternative rock but he had started recording earlier. 
Despite his work being partly influenced by "Neue Slowenische Kunst" and Laibach activities and other alternative groups and artists, his electronic musical work is original and unique, influenced by the German kraut rock and various other experimental composers.
Even the conditions Mario has lived in - like Slovenska Bistrica, professional work at chemical industry, didn't stopped him to be radical and productive. On the contrary, it was an essential path for his creativity.
Although the tapes were bad reproduction quality due to poor technical capabilities, he kept sending them to various addresses comprising the former Yugoslavia, Eastern and Western Europe, US, etc...
He has published many works of his music and collaboration with other musicians from Europe and the United States. He combined received tapes with his music or was sending his recorded tapes to associates for issuing purposes. At last, he appeared in over hundred compilations and released compilations on which appears compositions from home-taping, sound poetry, punk, rock, industrial, experimental, noise... 
Mario Marzidovšek's work unites global and local production.

Born: Poljčane 21.10.1961, Died: Poljčane, 20.9.2011