Albums Credits and Music works

Where are you going, Habibi?
August 2015 - German short film featuring "The Trick" by Claudie Mackula
Aix-Les-Bains Music Conservatory
May 2016 - Performance of Claudie's piece "Enchanted" by the music conservatory Orchestra in Aix-Les-Bains, France
XCOM Game Mod
February 2016 - Claudie Mackula wrote and performed on vocals the official main theme for this Game's Mod
Headless Body In Topless Bar
Released January 2016 - wrote two tracks for Colossal Trailer Music's quirky orchestral album "Headless Body In Topless Bar"
Metropia
Released May 2015 - Claudie Mackula composed and produced three tracks for Colossal Trailer Music's modern vocoder vocals album "Metropia"
Weighted Ground
January 2015 - Composed and produced three tracks for Colossal Trailer Music's Emotive & Captivating vocals album "Weighted Ground"
Submersive
October 2015 - Claudie Mackula composed and produced two tracks for Colossal Trailer Music's Evocative Haunting vocals album "Submersive"
Dreamer
Released September 2015 - Personal 13 tracks album "Dreamer" featuring Claudie's original compositions and vocal performances.
GODS
Released June 2016 - Wrote an orchestral track in the Arabic style for Russian label company Imagine Music's Epic Ancient album "Gods"
Infinity
Released June 2016 - Wrote an orchestral track in a modern style for Russian label company Imagine Music's Epic Emotional album "Infinity"
Black Hole
Released March 2015 - Claudie Mackula was the vocalist featured on Dustin's Krizan track "Cast Down" for Black Hole album
Since Olden Times
Released July 2015 - Claudie was the co-writer, vocalist and Irish Tin Whistle player for Michael Mass' "Since Olden Times" Celtic track.
Cosan - Road To The Island
Released August 2015 - Claudie performed guitar, vocals and bodhran on the album "Road To The Island" by Traditional Celtic band Cosan
Serenity
Released June 2016 - Personal 10 tracks album featuring Claudie's guitar improvisations.
How To Cast A Spell
Released September 2016 - Personal 10 tracks album featuring Quirky Orchestral songs in the style of Danny Elfman.
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