WAKING VISION TRIO now go by the name Waking Vision
Over the course of six years Waking Vision has overcome the struggle of being a young band on the road, relocating to New York City and moving through a short hiatus to arrive at a break through in music.
Marek Brezovský (* 15. apríl 1974, Bratislava – † 22. jún 1994, Bratislava) bol slovenský hudobník, hudobný skladateľ, klavirista a poslucháč VŠMU v Bratislave. Zomrel ako dvadsaťročný na predávkovanie heroínom.
Jedným z jeho najbližších spolupracovníkov a priateľov bol Oskar Rózsa, ktorý ako za dirigentským pultom, klavírom či s basgitarou v ruke, mu posmrtne produkoval album Hrana.
Home Made Mutant, music band from Slovakia based on the grounds of Free Faces by two original band members Maroš Hečko (vocal and electric piano ), Marcel Buntaj (drums, piano) and Martin Gašpar (bass guitar, guitar, on the last album programming ) releases albums every three years since 2002 each single parts of triology about love and relationships written by Maroš Hečko.
Bezmocná hŕstka (Bezmocna Hrstka) is alternative music band from Slovakia with unstable number of musicians. Founding members are Maroš Hečko, Igy Kuhn, Roman Harvan, Martin Burlas and Roman Gál. It’s beginning can be count from the year 1990. Discography:
Milan Lasica & Július Satinský are a legendary slovak humorists from 1980s. Their humour is full of satire and irony. In the year 1981 they recorded a legendary album Bolo Nas Jedenast with slovak piano player Jaroslav Filip feat.
Dan Brantigan Quartet: Martin Valihora (Drums), John Shannon (Guitar), Oskar Rosza (Bass). Began as a vision many years ago and realized in the mountains of Slovakia. This band is a collective of cultures, ideas and emotions. After touring Slovakia in 2003, they released their first CD, 'Becoming'.
Marián Varga is slovak avant-garde musician and composer. He is best known as the organist of the art rock, progressive rock group Collegium Musicum, bigbeat/folk rock group Prúdy and slovak singer-songwriter Pavol Hammel.
2000 - formation
2001 - EP "Kaviareň" [Coffee-bar]
2002 - debut album "U babky" , single "Včelár"
2003 - Aurel (Slovak Grammy) nomination in category newcomer of the year, singles "Vzducholoď" , "Lesostep"
2004 - Barbora Koláriková and Štefan Dikan left the band, Juraj Labaj joined