The groundbreaking electronica band known as “Fatmagic” has released their newest LP album, titled, “Connecting Worlds.”
Fatmagic got its start in San Francisco of 2009, founded by Austrian born Markus “Madmax” Fahrenberger,
and Radina Veliova, or Radina Tara Vel, of Bulgaria.
Their single “Get Down” hit the Top 10 on Austrian iTunes charts that same year and since then the team has taken their act on the road, performing for audiences all over the USA and Europe. They were the winners of the Hollywood Music in Media Award in 2011, and were nominated for several awards in 2012.
“Connecting Worlds” represents Fatmagic’s most significant official release to date, in terms of both creative output and studio production, and signifies Fatmagic’s return to the mainstream’s public eye with a
new, highly polished and extremely innovative sound.
“While composing and texting our album we realized that we totally excluded the typical song theme; love. Other topics seemed to be way more important to us; everyday occurrences, totally unusual or funny stuff. For example society’s small talk or internet addiction,” Radina says.
Fatmagic combines electronic music with classical string instruments such as the violin and cello, drums, DJ sounds and the voice of Radina Tara Vel complete the unique sound experience. Fatmagic’s inclusion of many unlikely and fascinating instruments results in an unexpected sound that even the most jaded music fan will admit is new to their ears.
“Connecting Worlds” by Fatmagic is available online worldwide on iTunes. You can find our videos on YouTube.