Danny Cudd and Markus Johansson – Hang Massive

09 Apr

hang massive

Hang Massive is a recent collaboration between Danny Cudd and Markus Johansson. The duo first started playing in the summer of 2010 and since then have performed all over the world. They are gaining recognition globally, captivating their audiences with their powerful yet soothing performances.

They have had over 4 million views on youtube and their debut album ” Beats for your feet ” ( 2011 ) has received great reviews. DOWNLOAD ALBUM HERE


To date Hang Massive have released one recording entitled ” Beats for you feet “. It is collection of live recordings from a studio session in the UK as well as recordings from a live concert in Goa. The final tracks include music from Baba ALex who also featured on Dannys solo album ” Timelessly Free “.

Past Performances

The Northern Light Experience Tour, India 2012/13

Hang Massive live in Tallin, Estonia

Chronograph opening, Tblisi, Georgia

Ekjostadsfest, Sweden

Swedish Radio station Metropol  – 05/12  listen here

Northern Light Experience Spring Tour 2012

Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2010

In October 2012 a wonderful group gathered at The Wind over the Earth studios in Boulder, Colorado.

The music presented here by The Many Rivers Ensemble is a selection of the recordings from that session.

Individual contact details are below:

Danny Cudd

Markus Johansson

David Darling

Sam Rae

Michael Stanwood

Bonnie Paine

Kimba Arem

Produced by Mickey Houlihan

Recorded by Mike Yach at Immersive, Boulder, CO.

All info taken from their official web site.

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Posted by on April 9, 2013 in Music


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