MKM formed itself spontaneously when the individual members--Günter Müller, Jason Kahn, Norbert Möslang--were asked to give an artists talk at Tokyo University in 2006, while on tour of Japan with the Signal Quintet. As talking was not enough, the three musicians were asked to play a short set. The results were so good that the three decided to go on working together as a group, in addition to their collaborations (with Aube, Keiichiri Shibuya, Maria and as part of the Signal Quinet).

In 2007 MKM went on an extensive tour of Mexico and South America, with concerts in the cities of Mérida, Mexico City, Bogotá, Lima, Santiago, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. They have also toured in Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland.

MKM´s sound hovers between the at times harsh rhythmic noise of Norbert Möslang´s cracked everyday electronics and the rich sonorities of Günter Müller´s percussion-based samples and electronics. Jason Kahn´s work on analog synthesizer bridges these two worlds, adding high frequency interference and processed piezo microphone and short wave radio input.

MKM´s music will appeal to enthusiasts of noise, experimental electronics and improvised music.