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Once upon a time, music from a far away land reached the snowcapped Himalayan mountains of Tibet. Three Buddhas, one representing Freedom, one Respect, and one Tolerance, set out to seek the source of these vibrations. Their long quest took them on a journey where whispers in the wind suggested these sounds resonated from a land filled with magic, mystery and music. After three years they arrived at the island of Ibiza and quickly came ashore, confident they were nearing the climax of their journey. In the center of the island, shrouded in valley mist and nestling in a bamboo forest they set their eyes on Bambuddha Grove, the temple to the Black Sheep Tribe, the Music, the Vibrations, the Source… As you stroll beneath a luscious canopy of bamboo, past watchful carved stone statues, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve just landed in Ubud, Goa or Ko Pha Ngan, not outback of a mediterranean isle. Make your way around the grand estate that is Bambuddha Grove®, and you’ll discover flushes of Ibiza luxe – the übercool crowd sipping on Bamboozles, Karmapirinhas or Shivalingas – amidst ancient erotic artefacts and sultry, sumptuous furnishings. Owner John Moon has lovingly created a temple to host private events, monumental parties and everything in between. This year, the new Bambuddha Grove Ibiza album is a special one. The new edition in 2012 has no volume number. Instead of this the compilation is called “Bambuddha Grove Ibiza – Black Sheep Tribe” and is mixed by the well known artist and DJ Ohm-G.More information about the location and the restaurant: Bambuddha Grove (Ibiza)

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Once upon a time, music from a far away land reached the snowcapped Himalayan mountains of Tibet. Three Buddhas, one representing Freedom, one Respect, and one Tolerance, set out to seek the source of these vibrations. Their long quest took them on a journey where whispers in the wind suggested these sounds resonated from a land filled with magic, mystery and music. After three years they arrived at the island of Ibiza and quickly came ashore, confident they were nearing the climax of their journey. In the center of the island, shrouded in valley mist and nestling in a bamboo forest they set their eyes on Bambuddha Grove, the temple to the Black Sheep Tribe, the Music, the Vibrations, the Source… As you stroll beneath a luscious canopy of bamboo, past watchful carved stone statues, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve just landed in Ubud, Goa or Ko Pha Ngan, not outback of a mediterranean isle. Make your way around the grand estate that is Bambuddha Grove®, and you’ll discover flushes of Ibiza luxe – the übercool crowd sipping on Bamboozles, Karmapirinhas or Shivalingas – amidst ancient erotic artefacts and sultry, sumptuous furnishings. Owner John Moon has lovingly created a temple to host private events, monumental parties and everything in between.This year, the new Bambuddha Grove Ibiza album is a special one. The new edition in 2012 has no volume number. Instead of this the compilation is called “Bambuddha Grove Ibiza – Black Sheep Tribe” and is mixed by the well known artist and DJ Ohm-G.
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“Compact Disco” are among the ten acts that have reached the final of Eurovision 2012 in Baku. The Band from Hungary confirmed with their song “Sound Of Our Hearts” for a place in Saturday’s final and will perform in the show on second position. Eighteen countries have participated in the first battle for the final where only lucky ten countries could make it to Saturday evening. The Eurovision Song Contest 1012 is the biggest event in Europe’s television history. It is being held for the 57th time in the capital city of Azerbaijan Republic, Baku and will reach close to 120 million people only in Europe.

We´re proud to announce, that Compact Disco reach the Eurovision 2012 final yesterday Congratulations to the band! compact-disco-dan.jpgProton Records artist “Compact Disco” are among the ten acts that have reached the final of Eurovision 2012 in Baku. The Band from Hungary confirmed with their song “Sound Of Our Hearts” for a place in Saturday’s final and will perform in the show on second position. Eighteen countries have participated in the first battle for the final where only lucky ten countries could make it to Saturday evening. The Eurovision Song Contest 1012 is the biggest event in Europe’s television history. It is being held for the 57th time in the capital city of Azerbaijan Republic, Baku and will reach close to 120 million people only in Europe.

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Last year, a unknown band called Eichensohn & Davenstedt released a track @ YouTube called “FFF”. A view month later, the video collected more than 1.000.000 viewers just on one track. Now, we know, that the song was clicked more than 5.000.000 times on the “Konsumwelt-Channel” and more than 3.000.000 times on top on other up loaders channels. Furthrtmore the track entered all DJ charts, Jamba” did ringtones and at the end of the story “FFF” also entered the official German Media Control single charts. What a story … but … it´s not a story, it´s just what happened in the last 9 month. Now, Eichensohn & Davenstadt returns with their brand new second single called “Konsumwelt”…

For more information about the release, please visit: Konsumwelt, home of Eichensohn & Davenstedt.

Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome to the music for the Mass Dance Global Party! diana-daredo-music.jpgDiana 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 dub step. 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 Diana Miro. 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 other countries. So it´s time to release the single worldwide, soon…

For more info, please visit:
Diana Miro homepage
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Mole Listening Pearls artist Yonderboi won for the third time the “Fonogram Award” for the “Best Electronic Production”. After wining previously the trophies for “Shallow and Profound (2000)” and “Splendid Isolation(2005)”, Yonderboi got also the price for his current third album (and closing part of the trilogy) “Passive Control” by the Hungarian Music Industry. “Passive Control” has an elusive feel of utopia, which can be explained easily by Yonder’s love for science fiction ever since he was a kid. Jean Gireaud Moebius, the legendary French comics artist, Russian sci-fi movie “Kin-Dza-Dza” or Hungarian cult-film “Meteo” are just a few examples for his inspirations during the production of “Passive Control”. The album was released in Hungary in cooperation with CLS Music.For more information, please visit: Yonderboi artist page
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Mole Listening Pearls artist Yonderboi won for the third time the “Fonogram Award” for the “Best Electronic Production”. After wining previously the trophies for “Shallow and Profound (2000)” and “Splendid Isolation (2005)”, Yonderboi got also the price for his current third album (and closing part of the trilogy) “Passive Control” by the Hungarian Music Industry. “Passive Control” has an elusive feel of utopia, which can be explained easily by Yonder’s love for science fiction ever since he was a kid. Jean Gireaud Moebius, the legendary French comics artist, Russian sci-fi movie “Kin-Dza-Dza” or Hungarian cult-film “Meteo” are just a few examples for his inspirations during the production of “Passive Control”. The album was released in Hungary in cooperation with CLS Music.

For more information, please visit: Yonderboi artist page

Smalltown Collective – Feel Like That (Plastic City. Play)

“Smalltown Collective” is a music-project composed by three fancier of electronic music who occupy with DJing and producing since many years. The trio comes from East-Switzerland and their home is based in „Wil“, a small town near lake Constance. Alan Brljafa is growed up in the eighties influenced by Disco and Eurobeat. He devoted more and more the electronic music and purchased himself the first Roland equipment, soon follows an own studio. He already done a lot of remixes for well-known artists in croatia and released his first maxi-single together with Remo Mueller. The third part of the “smalltown collectice” team is DJ Miguel. He starts his musical career with 14 years in several bars and discotheques. Thanks to his constant development DJ Miguel managed to play himself to the top of the Swiss DJ scene and is wellknown in the top clubs from East to West-Switzerland. He is DJing regularly in clubs like Supermarket, Club-Q, Kaufleuten, Liquid, Bar Rouge or Pravda. But also he had the chance to express his talent on beautiful islands like Ibiza, Mykonos and Cyprus and also in the world famous Duplex Club in Prague and in many different places in the near region of Germany and Austria. As the owner of the event agencies “mig projects” and “smoove group” he’s constantly surprising the party people with new concepts, quality sounds and atmospheric ambients.

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Compact Disco is the official representative of Hungary at the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku.

In the autumn of 2011 the band has been nominated to an MTV Europe Music Awards 2011 in the Hungarian section of the category of Best Local Act, which they won by popular vote. As a campaign for this, they teamed up once again with actor Antos Gémes in a series of funny video shorts.

In 2011 Compact Disco has entered into various endorsement deals among others with international telecommunication company, T-Mobile; Hungarian fashion brand, Tisza; Japanese musical instrument maker, Akai Professional; and Italian eyewear manufacturer, Police. From August to December 2011, Compact Disco performed more than 50 concerts in Hungary showing their growing popularity in Hungary, which culminated in their first ever big solo event in January 2012 on the A38 ship (which by the way was voted the world’s best bar by Lonely Planet’s website in February 2012) that was sold out a lot of people could not get in.

In December 2011 Compact Disco entered the televised contest for the opportunity to represent Hungary in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest, which the band won on February 11, 2012 after a series of semifinals and a final by the votes of the judges combined with audience’s telephone vote. This means that Compact Disco will hit the stage of first semi final of the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest in Baku on May 22, 2012.