The CD-R label launched by Anna Nacher & Marek Styczyński in 2007 to document various projects ranging from unusual live recordings through ad-hoc, spontaneous collective initiatives, meetings with fellow musicians and musical field trips.
Apart from the Magic Carpathians Project’s own releasings, it currently contains 3 series: Biomusic (music with strong aquatic element) Other Stage (Magic Carpathians Project-related albums: reissues, jam sessions, live recordings) and Psychogeography (field recordings made during our travels across remote places in Europe and Asia).
It is a non-profit initiative, any financial contributions proceed towards further releasings and support for Biotop Lechnica (Magic Carpathians’ mountain permaculture center)
If you’re located in Slovakia, you can easily order from Wegart.
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LP “Biotop” 15 EU + shipment 7 EUR within EU (vinyl LP contains also a CD with extended material + code for download from Bandcamp)
up to 4 CDs: 8 EUR per item + 7 EUR post (EU), 8 EUR (U.S and elswhere)
between 5 to 8 CDs ordered: 6 EUR per item + 7 EUR post (EU), 8 EUR (U.S. and elswhere)
more than 8 CDs ordered: 5 EUR per item + 8 EUR post (EU), 10 EUR (U.S. and elswhere)
World Flag Records catalogue:
//Magic Carapthians Project’s own releases:
1999 “ethnocore” CD, FLY Music
1999 “Księga Utopii” CD (first release: Obuh Records / FLY Music)
2001 “Dënega” CD (first release: Obuh Records / FLY Music
2002 „ethnocore 3: Vak” CD (first release: FLY Music)
2002 „Water Dreams” CD (first release: FLY Music
2003 „Euscorpius Carpathicus” CD (first release: Obuh Records
2005 „Sonic Suicide” CD (first release: Vivo Records)
2006 “Mirrors” CD (first release: Vivo Records)
2010 “Acousmatic Psychogeography”, CD (first release: World Flag Records
2011 “Enjoy Trees!” CD (first release: Greenpeace Poland & World Flag Records)
2015 “Biotop” CD, LP, download World Flag Records
//Biomusic series (side projects with compositions including marine & other aquatic field recordings)
2000, Anna Nacher & Marek Styczyński “Bałtyckie szepty” CD (first release: FLY Music / Fundacja Rozwoju Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego)
2002, Anna Nacher & Marek Styczyński, “Projekt C” (first release: FLY Music / ASCOBANS)
2003, Anna Nacher & Marek Styczyński, “Barycz” (first release: FLY Music / Dolnośląska Fundacja Ekorozwoju)
//Other Stage series (live recordings, documentation, rarities)
WFE 002 „Austin Jam” Projekt Karpaty Magiczne (Anna Nacher, Marek Styczyński, Jan Kubek, Tomasz Radziuk), Eric Arn, Vanessa Arn – improvised jam session recorded live in 2001 in Austin, USA.
WFE 003 „San Francisco” Projekt Karpaty Magiczne (Anna Nacher, Marek Styczyński, Jan Kubek, Tomasz Radziuk) – concert at the Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco, USA, 2001. 43′
WFE 005 „Vlastislav Matoušek & Projekt Karpaty Magiczne” (Anna Nacher, Marek Styczyński oraz Vlastislav Matoušek: shakuhachi) – concert with Vlastislav Matoušek on shakuhachi recorded live at Manggha Muzeum of Japanese Art & Technology, Kraków, 2005, 60′.
WFE011 „Mt. Shasta Tour” Projekt Karpaty Magiczne (Anna Nacher, Marek Styczyński) – recorded live at free form radio stations during 2006 U.S. tour (WFMU, WNUR, KDVS), 42′
WFE013 “Marek Styczyński: Slovakian Fujara” – anthology of Marek Styczyński’s 7 compositions on Slovakian fujara, released on the CDs between 1998 and 2007, 2007, 51′
WFE 014 “Marek Styczyński: Didjeridu nietradycyjnie” – anthology of Marek Styczyński’s 7 compositions on didjeridu, 2007, 47′
WFE 015 “Stockholm Concert” (Anna Nacher, Marek Styczyński) – recorded live at Kulturhuset in Stockholm in 2002, 2007, 28′
WFE 016 “Anna Nacher & Marek Styczyński: Queen of Snow” – compositions composed for field recordings (ice), voice and analog sine wave generator (designed and built by Mirosław Badura), 23′.
WFE 018 “Warszawa Concert” – recorded live in Warszawa in 2003 with guest appearance of Wojcek Czern of Za Siódmą Górą and Obuh Records’ fame. 55′
WFE 019 “Magic Carpathians Other Things: Music for fun / splits / limited editions 1998 – 2008” – anthology of compositions from 1998 – 2008, previously unpublished or released on compilations compositions, 75′
WFR 023 “Sjöström/Seidel/Nacher/Styczyński” – fully improvised live session from Berlin – the line up is Harri Sjöström (sax), Wolfgang Seidel (drums, vibraphone, percussions), Anna Nacher (voice, guitar), Marek Styczyński (traditional woodwinds & reeds, analog sine wave generators), recorded live at Ballhaus Naunyn in Berlin in 2007, 2009.
WFR 024 “Wabi:Sabi:Shibumi” – Anna Nacher, Marek Styczyński, Vlastislav Matoušek (shakuhachi), live recording from Manggha Museum of Japanese Art & Technology in 2007, 2009.
WFR 025 “Magic Carpathians & Pink Barret” – live session recorded at Stanica http://stanica.sk in Zilina, Slovakia, with Slovakian rock band Pink Barret.
WFR 026 “The Curators” The Curators dada rock from Berlin
WFR 029 Marek Styczyński “Cybertotem Remix Project” a collaborative remix project from the whole collective of contributors coming from different fields and aesthetics, more at http://www.cybertotem.eu
WFR 042 „Reindeer Luck” – Magic Carpathians & Tundra (Dawid Adrjanczyk, Krzytof Joczyn) – live recording of Magic Carpathians’ show accompanied by young explorers of acoustic meditative & ambient music from Gdańsk known as Tundra
WFR 043 „T.A.M.” – Magic Carpathians & Tomasz Hołuj – improvised, lo-fi session with guest appearance of Tomasz Hołuj, formerly known as the co-initiator and musician of the famous Polish world music pioneering collective Ossjan. 56′
//Psychogeography series (field recordings, ethnic music)
WFE 001 “Slovakia Soundscapes” – field recordings from Slovakia, treated, bastardized and remixed by Andrzej Widota and Marek Styczyński, 45′
WFE 006 “Rila Monastery, Bulgaria” – field recordings from Rila Monastery in Bulgaria, non-treated Orthodox monks chanting, 40′
WFE 007 “Corsica” – Anna Nacher & Marek Styczyński live, fully acoustic, recorded at small church in St. Antonino, Corsica + presentation of traditional Corsican instruments, 36′
WFE 008 “Mofeta. Dźwięki z wnętrza Ziemi // Moffete. Sounds from below the Earth surface” – field recordings from Carpathian moffettes, a natural „ambient” music from the Earth itself
WFE 010 “Śpiewy szamanek z Buriacji // Chants of Buryat Shamans” – recording of a shaman ritual by female performers from Buryatya in Central Asia, 1994, 21′
WFE 017 “Nepal & India” – field recordings from Annapurna region, 1999
WFR 030 Anna Nacher “Vaggi Varri. Tundra Soundwalk” – field recordings Swedish Lappland, 50′.
WFR 031 „Jokkmokk Winter Soundwalk” – second installement of field recordings from Swedish Sapmi (Lapland) has been taken during famous Jokkmokk Markand (includes traditional Sami joik singing)
WFR 032 „Ahkka – Sitasjaure – Stora Sjofallets: summer soundwalk” – third installment of field recordings from Swedish Sapmi (Lapland).