science for sociopaths
An award winning interactive art pop project for musician, artist, and audience featuring a song cycle [set of related songs on a theme intended to form a single musical narrative] that explore themes of interpersonal and systemic abuse and resilience. The first song cycle, LIKE A MOTH by Maggie Cocco’s Science for Sociopaths, premiered at the Whangarei Art Museum for Whangarei Fringe 2020. Since then the show has accrued awards and honorable mentions including Best Music at Auckland Fringe 2021 and Best Ensemble Nelson Fringe 2022. Because every show is performed with a different local artist and includes audience participation, each iteration is unique and experimental. Songs are presented as rough skeletal musical ideas which take inspiration from audience and collaborators. The songs take permanent shape over the course of several shows, presented as the song cycle’s “Development Tour” and culminating in the recording of the finished song cycle and art exhibit featuring artworks created at Maggie Cocco’s Science for Sociopaths shows. Maggie Cocco Music is looking forward to premiering the second song cycle for Maggie Cocco’s Science for Sociopaths at Whangarei Fringe 2022.
Can also be presented as a stand alone song cycle.
the san detroit band
COVER ROCK, POP, BLUES, R&B, JAZZ
Music that made you, done well. The San Detroit Band is a premium, customizable 2 to 8 piece cover band specializing in music for festivals, weddings, corporate events, and private functions. We infuse every event with just the right energy and pride ourselves on reading the moment, whether that calls for cool jazz, sing alongs, or floor fillers.
the maggie cocco band
Cover and original music inspired by classic rock and blues with a hint of jazz and a lot of sex appeal. Lovingly dubbed “the new old school”.
COVERS & COLLABORATIONS
Other projects & collaborations include:
- Bowie Bowie
- The Lucky Devils
- Pure Ecstasy
- All Star Jukebox
- Detroit Pop Roxx
“Believing that every opportunity to create and perform makes her a better musician, Maggie engages with a diversity of music whenever and wherever possible. Requests welcome.”