Female fronted. Strangely spun, sometimes even lifted, and yet extremely moving. Oscillating between post, prog, art, and alternative rock. Nevertheless, a unified whole. Their musical niche has never stopped the four Swiss musicians from Muzak from staying true to their sound in order to achieve greatness. Since their debut "Muzak" (2013), the quartet has performed dozens of concerts and shared the stage with notable representatives of sophisticated rock music, such as the Canadian prog-rockers Saga or the art rockers Kyasma. With their multimedia show the band manages to convince every audience. On the one hand, this is due to the vocal power of the Singer Lena Greber, which causes a stir and astonishes music journalists : "An incredibly powerful voice sounds through my marrow and my leg. Who would have thought this woman could make such a sound". On the other hand, Martin Birchler (dr), Marco Meier (bs) and Jan Greber (git), demonstrate a knack for interesting structures and melodies and push the boundaries with their intricate rhythms and extraordinary song structure.

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by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
With their new album "I" the Swiss prog/art rock band Muzak follows a great tradition in rock music from Steven Wilson to Pink Floyd to the Beatles, giving big stories a corresponding musical framework in the form of a concept album. In the case of "I," the protagonist tries to break out of her average life to satisfy her need for recognition; to be seen and heard. After the rapid ascent, the first setbacks follow - then the big fall. By all means, she tries to reach her goal. Escapism seems to be the last resort. "I" leads through musical ups and downs, draws its listeners into an almost infinite whirlpool with surprising twists and turns. The gripping voice of Lena Greber gives comfort and confidence as the abysses open. Deceptively catchy song passages are abruptly broken through. Slanting trumpet sounds of the jazz legend Peter Schärli meet rugged guitar sounds that spread out endlessly. Muzak transforms complex, almost mathematical passages into thrilling rock music that seems to come from deep inside.
by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
With their new album "I" the Swiss prog/art rock band Muzak follows a great tradition in rock music from Steven Wilson to Pink Floyd to the Beatles, giving big stories a corresponding musical framework in the form of a concept album. In the case of "I," the protagonist tries to break out of her average life to satisfy her need for recognition; to be seen and heard. After the rapid ascent, the first setbacks follow - then the big fall. By all means, she tries to reach her goal. Escapism seems to be the last resort. "I" leads through musical ups and downs, draws its listeners into an almost infinite whirlpool with surprising twists and turns. The gripping voice of Lena Greber gives comfort and confidence as the abysses open. Deceptively catchy song passages are abruptly broken through. Slanting trumpet sounds of the jazz legend Peter Schärli meet rugged guitar sounds that spread out endlessly. Muzak transforms complex, almost mathematical passages into thrilling rock music that seems to come from deep inside.
by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
With their new album "I" the Swiss prog/art rock band Muzak follows a great tradition in rock music from Steven Wilson to Pink Floyd to the Beatles, giving big stories a corresponding musical framework in the form of a concept album. In the case of "I," the protagonist tries to break out of her average life to satisfy her need for recognition; to be seen and heard. After the rapid ascent, the first setbacks follow - then the big fall. By all means, she tries to reach her goal. Escapism seems to be the last resort. "I" leads through musical ups and downs, draws its listeners into an almost infinite whirlpool with surprising twists and turns. The gripping voice of Lena Greber gives comfort and confidence as the abysses open. Deceptively catchy song passages are abruptly broken through. Slanting trumpet sounds of the jazz legend Peter Schärli meet rugged guitar sounds that spread out endlessly. Muzak transforms complex, almost mathematical passages into thrilling rock music that seems to come from deep inside.
by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
With their new album "I" the Swiss prog/art rock band Muzak follows a great tradition in rock music from Steven Wilson to Pink Floyd to the Beatles, giving big stories a corresponding musical framework in the form of a concept album. In the case of "I," the protagonist tries to break out of her average life to satisfy her need for recognition; to be seen and heard. After the rapid ascent, the first setbacks follow - then the big fall. By all means, she tries to reach her goal. Escapism seems to be the last resort. "I" leads through musical ups and downs, draws its listeners into an almost infinite whirlpool with surprising twists and turns. The gripping voice of Lena Greber gives comfort and confidence as the abysses open. Deceptively catchy song passages are abruptly broken through. Slanting trumpet sounds of the jazz legend Peter Schärli meet rugged guitar sounds that spread out endlessly. Muzak transforms complex, almost mathematical passages into thrilling rock music that seems to come from deep inside.
by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
With their new album "I" the Swiss prog/art rock band Muzak follows a great tradition in rock music from Steven Wilson to Pink Floyd to the Beatles, giving big stories a corresponding musical framework in the form of a concept album. In the case of "I," the protagonist tries to break out of her average life to satisfy her need for recognition; to be seen and heard. After the rapid ascent, the first setbacks follow - then the big fall. By all means, she tries to reach her goal. Escapism seems to be the last resort. "I" leads through musical ups and downs, draws its listeners into an almost infinite whirlpool with surprising twists and turns. The gripping voice of Lena Greber gives comfort and confidence as the abysses open. Deceptively catchy song passages are abruptly broken through. Slanting trumpet sounds of the jazz legend Peter Schärli meet rugged guitar sounds that spread out endlessly. Muzak transforms complex, almost mathematical passages into thrilling rock music that seems to come from deep inside.
by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
With their new album "I" the Swiss prog/art rock band Muzak follows a great tradition in rock music from Steven Wilson to Pink Floyd to the Beatles, giving big stories a corresponding musical framework in the form of a concept album. In the case of "I," the protagonist tries to break out of her average life to satisfy her need for recognition; to be seen and heard. After the rapid ascent, the first setbacks follow - then the big fall. By all means, she tries to reach her goal. Escapism seems to be the last resort. "I" leads through musical ups and downs, draws its listeners into an almost infinite whirlpool with surprising twists and turns. The gripping voice of Lena Greber gives comfort and confidence as the abysses open. Deceptively catchy song passages are abruptly broken through. Slanting trumpet sounds of the jazz legend Peter Schärli meet rugged guitar sounds that spread out endlessly. Muzak transforms complex, almost mathematical passages into thrilling rock music that seems to come from deep inside.
by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
With their new album "I" the Swiss prog/art rock band Muzak follows a great tradition in rock music from Steven Wilson to Pink Floyd to the Beatles, giving big stories a corresponding musical framework in the form of a concept album. In the case of "I," the protagonist tries to break out of her average life to satisfy her need for recognition; to be seen and heard. After the rapid ascent, the first setbacks follow - then the big fall. By all means, she tries to reach her goal. Escapism seems to be the last resort. "I" leads through musical ups and downs, draws its listeners into an almost infinite whirlpool with surprising twists and turns. The gripping voice of Lena Greber gives comfort and confidence as the abysses open. Deceptively catchy song passages are abruptly broken through. Slanting trumpet sounds of the jazz legend Peter Schärli meet rugged guitar sounds that spread out endlessly. Muzak transforms complex, almost mathematical passages into thrilling rock music that seems to come from deep inside.
by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
In "I," the protagonist tries to break out of her average life to satisfy her need for recognition; to be seen and heard. After the rapid ascent, the first setbacks follow - then the big fall. By all means, she tries to reach her goal. Escapism seems to be the last resort. "I" leads through musical ups and downs, draws its listeners into an almost infinite whirlpool with surprising twists and turns. The gripping voice of Lena Greber gives comfort and confidence as the abysses open. Deceptively catchy song passages are abruptly broken through. Slanting trumpet sounds of the jazz legend Peter Schärli meet rugged guitar sounds that spread out endlessly. Muzak transforms complex, almost mathematical passages into thrilling rock music that seems to come from deep inside.
by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
In "I," the protagonist tries to break out of her average life to satisfy her need for recognition; to be seen and heard. After the rapid ascent, the first setbacks follow - then the big fall. By all means, she tries to reach her goal. Escapism seems to be the last resort. "I" leads through musical ups and downs, draws its listeners into an almost infinite whirlpool with surprising twists and turns. The gripping voice of Lena Greber gives comfort and confidence as the abysses open. Deceptively catchy song passages are abruptly broken through. Slanting trumpet sounds of the jazz legend Peter Schärli meet rugged guitar sounds that spread out endlessly. Muzak transforms complex, almost mathematical passages into thrilling rock music that seems to come from deep inside.
by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
From our debut album "Oxymoron". We've also produced a video clip for this song: https://youtu.be/lWX8d21B8ME
by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
Second song of our debut "Oxymoron" (2015)
by Muzak
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock, female fronted rock, progressive rock, art rock
This song is the opener from our debut album "Oxymoron", released in 2015. We hope you like it.
by Marco Meier
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
From the debut album "Oxymoron". Muzak is a female fronted Alternative Progrock band from Switzerland. More information: www.facebook.com/muzakmusic/
by Marco Meier
Released 1 year ago
Alternative Rock, Rock
From the debut album "Oxymoron". Muzak is a female fronted Alternative Progrock band from Switzerland. More information: www.facebook.com/muzakmusic/