Marco Castoldi is, among other things, Morgan. The dialogue between a scrupulous musician and a persevering journalist results in a series of «three-way conversations». The musician is stripped of his stage costume to reveal the man; the beginning of his musical career – under the unpronounceable pseudonym of Kevin Mí¸urmeíugh – his experience as the leader of the Italian band Bluvertigo, song writing and great musicians and, finally, poetry as revolutionary choice and the anarchy of small things. Yet, Marco-Morgan is also the creation of the media-machine that, very much like Bugalkov's devils seeks to undermine the system from within. Morgan is very well aware of the media's manipulative powers; nevertheless, on stage he is always ready to subvert accepted standards and scripts. The book, written in a terse prose, lays bare the reflections, desires and projects of one of the most interesting and innovative members of the current Italian cultural and music scene.
Marco Castoldi (Milan, 1972), a.k.a. as Morgan, founded Bluvertigo in 1992, with whom he recorded three albums and one "Greatest Hits".In 2001 he began hi solo career. He has worked in TV and Film. In 2008, together with Bluvertigo, has released his latest album, Storytellers.
Mauro Garofalo (Rome, 1974), is a journalist and a reporter, he writes for Nòva - Il Sole 24 Ore on underground music. He has also worked for RAI (Italian National Television) as author and director of scientific shows for children. He is the author of a book on The Eagles, and has extensively written on various rock bands such as Subsonica e Baustelle.