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MFG are Aharon Segal (born 1970) and Guy Zukrel (born 1970), both from Israel. Aharon learned to play the organ when he was a kid and was playing keyboards ever since. He also wrote for other instruments as well, though he didn't play them. Guy has a similar background, he took organ lessons when he was 6 years old for 2 years, until he discovered the world of synth & midi. He got his first synth- Yamaha CS01- for his Bar-Mitzva and has been a 'midiman' since.Read More...
They met in high school, through a mutual friend who knew of their interest in music, and got them together. They didn't really separate since then. Aharon is a big collector of electronic music (3500 CDs!!!) and they always shared all music discoveries, and experienced the same enthusiasm and changes in their music interest together. They grew on stuff like Depeche Mode, Yazoo, Kraftwerk & The Human Leauge, and later Skinny Puppy, Front Line Assembly, Front 242, Klinik and a lot of others.
In 1995 they decided to write a real electro-industrial album together under the name Message From God. They wrote a few tracks till a friend that was into trance introduced them to a couple of tracks by The Infinity Project (TIP). They were amazed by the combination of sophisticated electronic music and melodies, and decided to write a couple of tracks and see what happens. It didn't take long till they got to Oren Kristal at Phonokol. He introduced them to Let There Be Light by Astral Projection, and they fell in love with this track and with Astral's sound. The outcome was Desert Sun. Oren signed them for 3 albums immediately after he heard that one.
Since then they released 5 albums: The Prophecy (1996), New Kind of World (1997), Project Genesis (1998), The Message (2001) and Message From God (2006). New Kind of World was also released in Symbiosis in a different version with Maya Moon & Space Travel instead of New Horizon & Mystic Dawn. They also released two 12"s: Shape the Future/Desert Sun (Symbiosis, 1995) & Magnetic Activity/Overload (Transient, 1996). The Prophecy was also released on vinyl on Symbiosis and New Kind of World on Balloonia Records.
Guy also works solo as Passenger and he released an album- For All Mankind (with one MFG track on it), and together with DJ Eyal Yankovich he released Emuna (BNE)- a more clubby-retro thing.
MFG released numerous tracks on a multitude of compilations, among them:
MFG- Desert Sun (Balagan), MFG- Shape the Future (Goa Vibes 2, Balagan, Psi-Trance, Galactic Nebula), MFG- To Eternity (IPT1, Goa Head 3), MFG- Magnetic Activity (A Taste of TIT vol. 1), MFG- Alternate Dimension (Deck Wizards- Goa Gil), MFG- Overload (Destination Goa 3, Tantrance 3, Best of Destination Goa), MFG- Journey Beyond the Planet (Destination Goa 4), MFG- Magnetic Activity (Goa Trance 5, Goa Head 2), MFG- Magnetic Activity (96 remix) (Pulse 3, Goa Core 2), MFG- Inspiration (Destination Goa 5), MFG- When We Dream (Goa Head 4), MFG- Mystic Dawn (Transient 5), MFG- Life Signs Terminated (Cosmic Communication), MFG- Peaceful Relaxation (Astral Trance), MFG- Process Irreversible (The Passenger rmx) (Full On 2, Destination Goa 6), MFG- Psychic Resonator (IPT3), MFG- Intelligent Machine (Goa Trance 5), MFG- Why (Goa Head 6), MFG- Tsunamillenium (Full On 4).
They also collaborated with others:
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