|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Light (Single Version)||3||Audio||2012-01-27||LICHTsubsTANZ|
|3||The Ambient Collection||17||Audio||2012-02-06||LICHTsubsTANZ|
|5||The Piano Canyon||3||Audio||2012-04-19||LICHTsubsTANZ|
|6||The Dawn Prayer RMX||3||Audio||2012-01-30||LICHTsubsTANZ|
|8||Music For A Stupid Generation||20||Audio||2012-09-21||LICHTsubsTANZ|
|9||Slow Glow (2008 Remaster)||21||Audio||2012-09-20||LICHTsubsTANZ|
|10||Looping Your Beauty||10||Audio||2012-09-21||LICHTsubsTANZ|
|11||The Dawn Prayer||4||Audio||2012-09-20||LICHTsubsTANZ|
|16||Neo Folk Nana Lala (Loxofork Mix)||4||Audio||2014-02-05||LICHTsubsTANZ|
|17||Asian Love Beat 2014||4||Audio||2014-08-05||LICHTsubsTANZ|
"Muzak For Cages" was started in 1980 as a studio-only project for popular and experimental electronic music (the main categorys being electro, ambient / dark ambient, avantgarde, abstract, new age, krautrock and synth-pop).
For over a decade no music appeared in public. In 1992 two songs were published on an obscure "Erdenklang" compilation CD.
"Muzak For Cages" is known to be absolutely stubborn about their musical beliefs and wouldn't let anybody have a say in how their music should be presented. So it took another six years before the only CD album ("Slow Glow") saw the light of day. Apart from having their own radioshows ("Der Frost Zirkus", "Musik aus der Magnolienfabrik") in a small local german radio station in the 1990s, no more music was publicly availlable for a long period.
In 2012 "Muzak For Cages" decided to open their archive to the internet community and released several album- and single-files as streams and free downloads on various websites ever since.
"Muzak For Cages" works closely with "Musikverbot" (Remixes), Michaela Geist (Arrangements), Gunda Spina (Publicity) and "die objektive linsensuppe" (Design).