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Here’s a song everybody is talking talking in the moment: FFF (= F*****, Fressen, Fernsehen). Once you hear and view it, it will inevitably draw you into it’s orbit. FFF captures you with it’s Zeitgeist. The number of video viewers on Youtube is constantly clicking upwards – in the moment more than 70.000 viewers day and more than 2.500.000 viewers in total so far. In Switzerland, it entered the Top Ten dance charts before even one DJ promo took place. By now, it’s known that the artists are Eichensohn & Davenstedt. But exactly who are the creative minds behind it ? An FFF community has emerged on Facebook and Twitter with hundreds of fans and supporters following the latest comments and tweets. One thing is already certain : FFF is a totally exceptional song, not only for DJ’s : FFF is music for the masses ! Their are also versions of the song in the dialects of Swabia, Berlin, northern Germany and Saxony as well as translations into French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Turkish and even Russian and Japanese. The clubbers will freak out for certain and the man on the street will be infected by it. FFF reaches across generations and has all the potential for a Nr. 1 ! Harder, more cutting, more explosive then anything up to now. Discover your true self in FFF and live by it!Currently, the track FFF reached the following positions and still climbing everywhere:

German Single Charts:
# 100 FFF @ Media Control Single Charts

iTunes Charts Germany:
# 122 FFF (Extended Version) @ iTunes Charts (tracks)

iTunes Germany Dance Charts:
# 20 FFF (Extended Version) @ iTunes Dance Charts (tracks)
# 91 FFF (Radio Edit) @ iTunes Dance Charts (tracks)
# 34 FFF (Deutsche Version) @ iTunes Dance Charts (bundles)

German amazon Dance & Electronic Charts:
# 85 FFF (Radio Edit) @ amazon Dance & Electronic Charts (tracks)

YouTube: FFF @ Konsumwelt Channel

For more info: Eichensohn & Davenstedt | Konsumwelt


Here’s a song everybody will be talking about : FFF (= F*****, FRESSEN, FERNSEHEN). Once you hear and view it, it will inevitably draw you into it’s orbit. FFF captures you with it’s Zeitgeist. The number of video viewers on Youtube is constantly clicking upwards. More than 1.500.000 viewers visit the “Konsumwelt Channel” so far. In Switzerland, it entered the Top Ten dance charts before even one DJ promo took place. By now, it’s known that the artists are Eichensohn & Davenstedt. But exactly who are the creative minds behind it ? An FFF communtiy has emerged on Facebook and Twitter with hundreds of fans and supporters following the latest comments and tweets. One thing is already certain: FFF is a totally exceptional song, not only for DJ’s: FFF is music for the masses ! Harder, more cutting, more explosive then anything up to now. Discover your true self in FFF and live by it – now with the brand new video from the new “Metal Version” which was just uploaded a view days ago… You can purchase the track FFF on seven different release packages: 1. International Version (incl. 9 International Languages) 2. Deutsche Version (incl. 9 German Versions) 3. Club Version (incl. Terror Twinz and Dirt OnE Remixes) 4. Censored Version (English) 5. Zensierte Version (German) 6. The Update (incl. Metal and FFFunky Versions) 7. Remixes (coming soon) Shoplinks: Eichensohn & Davenstedt – FFF
Homepage: Eichensohn & Davenstedt | Konsumwelt

YouTube: Konsumwelt TV

Facebook: Eichensohn & Davenstedt | Konsumwelt

The new album from Yonderboi called “Passive Control” is “album of the month” at Dussmann. Berlin’s largest general media & bookstore, the Kulturkaufhaus Dussmann (“Culture Department Store Dussmann”) in the Friedrichstraße has a fairly large selection of books, CDs, DVDs and BlueRays. They also have a travel and a computer section and also a good selection of publications in English.Yonderboi-Dussmann-bild.jpg

Dussmann: Kulturkaufhaus

More info about the release: CD, 2LP, mp3.

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In the Vogue November issue you can find a review about the new Yonderboi album. The song “Paint hunting on the wall” is also @ the November Playlist at position #5.
“Electronic, not as we know it. Yonderboi is the name of the Hungarian-born musician László Fogarazi after a character in the novel “Neuromancer”. And also his music sounds like grounded from the parallel world of a novel. Dance beatsare presented in an elegant, almost old European way, crossed by wistful songs of female voices. A remix of archaic culture, romantic and utopian elements”. (Vogue Germany, November 2011)

Vogue: November Playlist

Available formats: CD, 2LP, mp3.

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Rdio is a new social music service, founded by Janus Friis with Niklas Zennström. They’re making a music service that takes the work out of deciding what to play next — follow friends and people with great taste in music, get inspired by what they’re playing, and listen to their playlists. With Rdio’s mobile apps, music on your computer and mobile phone is finally connected without needing a cable. Collections and playlists are instantly updated and you can sync music and listen, even when you’re offline. The name, Rdio, is a combination of the words radio and audio, and it´s pronounce like “ar-dee-o”.

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We welcome the Mannheim based label Animar Records to our digital distribution service digedo. The label was founded in the year 2009 by Ben Tax, with the ambition to explore the boundaries of music. Started for publications of digital electronic music, Animar Records wants to support fresh music and new faces. Today, Animar Records has many national and international artist. Animar is open-minded and looking for new way of spreading music for the future!