The meaning behind “Science for Sociopaths” and new music with Beagle Radio

The meaning behind “Science for Sociopaths” and new music with Beagle Radio

I had a really enjoyable interview with Beagle Radio’s Damian Pullen about the new show and why I call the project “Science for Sociopaths”. Interview starts at 7 minutes. Listen at the link above or watch behind the scenes with Micky

New Song Cycle Premieres TONIGHT with Whangarei Fringe at the Octagon Theatre 

Musically yours,

Maggie

Upcoming Event Links:

October 13th-14th – Maggie Cocco’s Science for Sociopaths at Whangarei Fringe *New Song Cycle Premiere*

October 15th – CHAOS/LAMENT/WAIL: Resonations of the Chladni Plate

Popup TBA – Piano and Spray Paint feat Maggie Cocco and Josh Kiwikiwi

October 22nd – The Old Packhouse Markets

October 30th – Maggie Cocco at The Chapel House

November 6th – Variety Artists Club of NZ presents Maggie Cocco’s Science for Sociopaths

November 8th – Poetry Live! Presents Renee Liang & Maggie Cocco

Recent Events, Blogs, Videos, Editorials, Recordings:

Add lyrics to “What Else” from Maggie Cocco’s Science for Sociopaths 

Video Playback: New Science for Sociopaths at Quaranpalooza 

Press Week 

Ins and Outs of the Music Business (Workshop)

‘Becoming’ – New Song Cycle Sneak Peek from Maggie Cocco’s Science for Sociopaths

Making Sense (and Art) of Social Media

The Maggie Cocco Band – Acoustic at Diablos Caravan

Mid Recording at Anzac Road: LIKE A MOTH

Maggie Cocco Music and Creative Calvary Present “I See You”

What is “real time” and why is it important?

All possible events are live streamed, filmed, or otherwise documented. Email for access to past shows or workshops. Check Patreon for full content and follow Maggie Cocco Music projects on social media for daily updates.

SPONSOR NEEDED: Joey has been a Maggie Cocco Music student for 4 years! Joey has been curating two community talent shows each year for the past five years in his home town of Burlingame, California. Even the mayor attends! Joey and his cohorts are differently abled and have access to limited funds for mentorship. Joey will be starting University this year, and expects that this December’s will be his last production. As such, he hopes to finish big! Joey is seeking extra tuition for help fine tuning the production and assistance writing his own song for the finale. Subsidizing Tony costs $15/week.

Maggie Cocco Music services are Pay What You Can so that persons who mightn’t otherwise be able to afford them have access to quality music education and services. Thank you for supporting Maggie Cocco Music in this mission 🤍


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