Contrast between powerful synths and bright melodic sounds is what this duo is about. Stefan Schwarz (German) and Fran Sánchez (Spanish) add up since 2004 many nights in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, France, Ibiza, Italy, Monaco and Spain.
Maigual, founded in 2018, is a Barcelona-based project that tells stories through audiovisual shows inspired by great literary works, such as its current tribute to Don Quixote de La Mancha. They both share a comprehensive and abstract view of how the mind and soul express themselves freely. His sound proposal seeks to contribute to the deep house, melodic techno and progressive scenes elements that have not been experienced before.
In 2021 they present their debut album Quixote Project under the Italian label Meliodika Records, in addition to collaborations with Salfumán, Flo Berner, Mr. Maph and Lorenzo Oppo.
This story has just begun...
Barcelona, January 5th 2022
Catalan TV viewers get to know Maigual's endeavour. Rocinante, Sancho and Knight of Mirrors can be heard and watched on TVE.
Barcelona, December 28th 2021
A version of 'Don Quijote de la Mancha' through electronic music. Literature and techno come together in a new Don Quixote proposal.
Barcelona, December 8th 2021
Fran and Stefan get interviewed on FM stream, more details about how they met and the creation of the musical project that updates Miguel de Cervantes' work.
Barcelona, December 1st 2021
Maigual debut on FM stream. On this occasion, they thrill with the interpretation of the second most read work in the world,
Barcelona, May 13th 2021
Maigual just released his third track tribute to Don Quixote de La Mancha, with the italian label Meliodika Records. This gem describes Sancho Panza, Don Quixote's faithful companion, a hymn to friendship and social equality.
Barcelona, January 26th 2021
Exclusive set for Meliodika Records. One hour of handpicked melodic techno and progressive house beauties!
January 11th 2021
In many ways, Rocinante is not only Don Quixote's horse, but also his double; awkward, past his prime, and engaged in a task beyond his capacities.
The Knight of Mirrors
December 21th 2020
In this part of the book, Cervantes wrote about The Knight of Mirrors, where he reveals the one who was his "literary enemy" Lope de Vega.
December 16th 2019
Next year, on the occasion of the 415th anniversary since the publication of Don Quixote (1605-2020), the musical group Maigual launches QUIXOTE PROJECT CDXV: an original proposal inspired by this literary work where electronic music is combined with audiovisuals... Read more