Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome to the music for the Mass Dance Global Party!

Diana Miro is a house singer and electronic music producer from Kiev, Ukraine. Native media has already named her as “David Guetta in a skirt” stressing the unusual Miro’s passion for writing electronic music when it goes about the girls interests. Feeling herself confident both in studio and concert stage, D. Miro presents to the audience her original tracks which are mainstream electro house mixed with progressive, trance, dutch house and even dubstep.

Be ready to dive into the mass dance party when it goes about Diana Miro Live performance. A vibrant Miro’s vocal, groovy tunes and special Led Dance show will impress even the most discerning clubbers and music lovers.

D.Miro’s house discography is gradually filling with EP’s. Being preceded by several releases in US and UK the “Forever” single became the one that brought a commercial success to Miro in August 2011. It got into radio and TV air in Ukraine, Russia, Poland and the Baltics, holding on the top lines of the dance charts during two weeks. The biggest web-service for dj’s and clubbers in CIS the PromoDj supported the single with Remix Contest getting the feedback of 300 remixes from Ukraine, Russia, Belorussia and another countries.

From the heart of the thriving Eastern European electronica scene, prolific Hungarian five-piece Zagar present an EP of exclusive remixes courtesy of cutting-edge artists Cottonmouth, Miami Kidz, Demon Superior, AMB and Yesman. It is the latest innovative flourish from a band that has built a reputation for combining powerful hit-driven tracks with cinematic moods- a recipe for deliciously atmospheric records and astonishing live shows. This latest EP is something of an evolution of creativity, with each collaborator taking the anthemic sound of ‘Never The Same’ and moulding it into new, exciting shapes each step of the way. Whether it’s the irresistible dubstep breaks introduced by Cottonmouth, the summery pop vibe of Demon Superior’s re-working or the spacey wonky beat track by AMB, it really is a fine demonstration of the incredible scope of musical possibility. Of course, that’s not to overlook the song itself. The original cut’s vibrant soul was captured perfectly in an ambitious single-take video that was left unedited. Being joined by the official fire brigade band with a sumptuous brass section, this performance sums up the sense of mood and drama that Zagar so freely evoke. In fact, their sound is so uniquely affecting that they have also seen their music being incorporated into short feature films and theatre- as well as featuring on American TV series, CSI.Their runaway success has meant that Zagar have become one of the most sought out acts at festivals and clubs across Europe. Performing since 2001, they have performed in ten different countries which has also seen them sharing a stage with Depeche Mode on their Tour of the Universe in 2009. With plans for the next studio album already underway, 2012 is set to be another flourishing year for Zagar.

A hit with the press, their live performances have left quite an impression:

“Genius electronic band from Eastern Europe. Zsager is a cool guy, but on stage he becomes fucking nuts!”
Alan McGee (Creation Records/ Poptones UK)

“These guys rock!”
Pedro Winter aka Busy P (Ed Banger)

“Really like the freshness of their tracks. One of the regular plays on my iPod. Clever innovative pop…me likey!”
Daz-I-Kue (Bugz in the Attic/ The Goodness US)

“A breath of fresh air coming from East Side”
Ed2000 (Bln.fm Berlin)

“At the moment they are the coolest band in Budapest – whatever that is supposed to mean..”
HVG Magazine

Taken from the single: Zagar – Never The Same

This is a “live recording” from the song “Fujiyama” at the Privatclub in Berlin from the 26th of November 2011. “Fujiyama” is taken from the album “The Big Shapes”, the fifth Album from Naomi on Mole Listening Pearls. The song is an electro blues with elegiac Melodica and a downright symphonic final. On this album, the abundance of ideas, the songwriting, the attitude — everything has grown bigger, louder and sharper in the Naomi universe. Bernd Lechler and Nico Tobias still show the odd fit of incurable melancholy, but this time any world weariness comes clad in choruses that make you want to shout “Holy Kylie!”. The overall sound of the album reminds one of… well, nothing else, really. Massive backbeats carry scratchy guitar riffs, buzzing synths cut through gentle electric piano lines as the Berlin duo digs deep into the pop vocabulary of the past four decades. Reviewing their album “Aquarium”, Rolling Stone magazine described Naomi as “wondrous”. They still are…

Taken from the album: Naomi – The Big Shapes

From the heart of the thriving Eastern European electronica scene, prolific Hungarian five-piece Zagar present an EP of exclusive remixes courtesy of cutting-edge artists Cottonmouth, Miami Kidz, Demon Superior, AMB and Yesman. It is the latest innovative flourish from a band that has built a reputation for combining powerful hit-driven tracks with cinematic moods- a recipe for deliciously atmospheric records and astonishing live shows. This latest EP is something of an evolution of creativity, with each collaborator taking the anthemic sound of ‘Never The Same’ and moulding it into new, exciting shapes each step of the way. Whether it’s the irresistible dubstep breaks introduced by Cottonmouth, the summery pop vibe of Demon Superior’s re-working or the spacey wonky beat track by AMB, it really is a fine demonstration of the incredible scope of musical possibility. Of course, that’s not to overlook the song itself. The original cut’s vibrant soul was captured perfectly in an ambitious single-take video that was left unedited. Being joined by the official fire brigade band with a sumptuous brass section, this performance sums up the sense of mood and drama that Zagar so freely evoke. In fact, their sound is so uniquely affecting that they have also seen their music being incorporated into short feature films and theatre- as well as featuring on American TV series, CSI. Their runaway success has meant that Zagar have become one of the most sought out acts at festivals and clubs across Europe. Performing since 2001, they have performed in ten different countries which has also seen them sharing a stage with Depeche Mode on their Tour of the Universe in 2009. With plans for the next studio album already underway, 2012 is set to be another flourishing year for Zagar.

A hit with the press, their live performances have left quite an impression:

“Genius electronic band from Eastern Europe. Zsager is a cool guy, but on stage he becomes fucking nuts!”
Alan McGee (Creation Records/ Poptones UK)

“These guys rock!”
Pedro Winter aka Busy P (Ed Banger)

“Really like the freshness of their tracks. One of the regular plays on my iPod. Clever innovative pop…me likey!”
Daz-I-Kue (Bugz in the Attic/ The Goodness US)

“A breath of fresh air coming from East Side”
Ed2000 (Bln.fm Berlin)

“At the moment they are the coolest band in Budapest – whatever that is supposed to mean..”
HVG Magazine

Taken form the “Never the Same” Remix EP, Release Date: 17th of Feburary 2012, Directed by Szilvia Bolla, (c) 2012 Zagarmusic / Mole Listening Pearls

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Megaherz, one of the German “Industrial bands” next Rammstein and Eisbrecher, entered the German Media Control album charts on position # 19 with their seventh album “Götterdämmerung. The name of the album does what it promises: radicals, time-critical texts coupled with aggressive melodies alternate with songs about interpersonal relationships. Megaherz is always hard, but always also melodic. The song “Jagdzeit” deals with the eternal lure of a woman, the album tracks “Mann im Mond” and “Rabenvater” they denounce the abuse of children, the song “Keine Zeit” talks about the daily rush from all of us addressed through life professionally and personally and the tracks “Heute Nacht”, “Herz aus Gold” and “Abendstern” deals with human relations, longing and love. As a bonus, the song “Licht am Ende der Welt”, originally released on the album “Himmerlfahrt” in the year 2000, was rerecorded – this time as a hymn instrumented with an orchestra. Congratulations to the band and the label Golden Core Records!

For more information and tour dates, please visit: www.megaherz.de