Behind the dancing bears are two guys who bring every audience to dance with their concept ! Die Tanzbären (The Dancing Bears) is for the new generation of people who like to party. Own shirts with a cool logo and slogans such as: Let the bears run free, cheers for the bear, Tanzbäralarm! or if the Playbear! At every event, every performance and every interview they are accompanied by pink and Bluebear in bear outfits. The dancing bears have an incredible brand recognition so as soon as the bear or the logo appears. The music is unique and fits perfectly with the concept. Rap mixed with R & B vocals and fresh house beats, plus a special dance that can imitate the everyone does the bears to the attraction of 2011. Tanzbäralarm will be the first single release on the label Stereo Fever.

For more information about the artist, please visit: Die Tanzbären Homepage

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Cool Million have become a solid rock in today’s tumultuous barren musical desert. The sands shift very regularly. Everything is in flux. Yet Rob Hardt and Frank Ryle, who comprise Cool Million, stand unnerved and unwavering. The reason, dear reader, is very simple. These guys KNOW about music. They are not following trends, jumping on bandwagons or even trying to create a trend. Both well known and respected in the radio and song writing fields, these gentleman are simply creating real music with real feeling and doing so with all the knowledge, love and respect for what we can affectionately call the groove! Bursting onto the scene in 2007 with “Naughty Girl” that was featured on the popular “Soul Togetherness” series and then followed by the essential “Going Out Tonight” album soul fans and music connoisseurs all around the world have eagerly awaited new product, and various songs remixed by the legendary Tom Moulton on have whet our appetite ever since. The new album, the aptly titled “Back For More”, is here and boy are you going to love it! The track “Making Love” (feat. Jeniqua), taken from this new album, just entered the pool position at the Lounge / Chill Out Charts @ Traxsource.Traxsouce Lounge / Chill Out Charts:# 01: Cool Million feat. Jeniqua – Making Love (Robss Urbanized Mix) (Sedsoul)# 15: Cool Million feat. Jeniqua – Making Love (Sed II Soul Mix) (Sedsoul)# 59: Cool Million feat. Jeniqua – Making Love (Album Mix) (Sedsoul)
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go_disko*, founded by Ansgar Hetkamp, initially based on a specialised database solution for organizers and labels out of Berlin go_disko* grew to a high reputed provider of business solutions for the independent music branch and film technicians with over 200 customers worldwide. Whether you work in label, production house or promotion agency – you perhaps started out of a passion for music, you are sometimes overwhelmed with ever increasing workload. go_disko* simplifies your workload by a few clicks while you can devote your time to your passion: the music. Featuring a user-friendly interface, go_disko* Music allows you to administrate and discount for instant projects, business resource planning and finance, beside contacts and daily correspondence with ease. Team working and a save use of information to the users and teams are permitted. Thus you can customize the administration of the data individually. Since Spring 2011, you can import your sales statements from deeep.net directly into your go_disko* database by using the new Deeep Compressor button.
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We´re proud to announce, that Bambuddha Grove (Ibiza) and daredo music are joining forces. From now on, daredo music is responsible for all future releases on the famous brand from the magic lsland. 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. More information about the location and the restaurant: Bambuddha Grove (Ibiza)

“Fuga Magica” is exactly what the title says. The actual and musical runaway from a dark era through streets and alleys, keys and notes, cables and knobs. A morbid and confused feeling is rising up…. A session in a smokey backroom, a performance at the dark theatre, a hangover after a rainy night but also a visit at the vineyard and a walk at Venice beach. All of these, combined with the Magic and the unexpected that life itself contains in his stories day in and day out — this is what “Fuga Magica” is meant to be and represents. The artist Costas Chrysogelos a.k.a Digital Alkemist has recorded this album in Athens and partially in Miami from October 2008 to February 2010. He creates an album without repeating himself in sounds and melodies. It is the first full vocal album with lots of natural instruments and less electronic soundscapes — as usual. Fuga Magica for him was a territory exploring new ways of creating music. Acoustic guitars, keys, violins, solid basslines, tripped out grooves and a ton of other instruments without missing the electronic background. On Fuga Magica you will find trip hop, rock, funk and downtempo tracks all polished with the shine of electronic glimpse and perfect voices. A perfect mixture of music!

More information about the album: Fuga Magica More information about the artist: Digital Alkemist

Written in both Paris and New York City, his third album “In the Mood for Life”, which also include the song “Dragon Chasers”, is an organic landscape with orchestral accents. Taking its cues from Soul, Funk, Hip-Hop or 60s Pop Music, this is one eagerly awaited 52 minute journey. Who else than this necromancer of forgotten melodies can assemble such a wide array of influences and make them coexist with such ease? On Wax Tailor album melancholic melodies reminiscent of The Cocteau Twins strike a delicate balance with a brand of Hip-Hop seldom seen since the days of Jurassic 5. Wax Tailor also masters the art of reinventing oneself, and although his signature sound is immediately identifiable, this new album establishes a true evolution both in terms of production and song writing. Sting instruments, which were once just extras, now assume a more prominent role (Dry Your Eyes, Go Without Me). Where genres once crossed path from one track to another, they now collide within a track (This Train, Fireflies). The resulting sound is denser, more organic as well (Leave It, I Own You, Dragon Chasers) and the song writing more finely chiseled.

Taken from the album: In The Mood For Life
More information about the artist: Wax Tailor @ Mole Listening Pearls

DJ Nob Tee aka Dugsoul – Soul Eyes (Mole Listening Pearls)

The Japanese artist DJ Nob Tee aka Dugsoul is a musician since the 80’s. Living in Osaka (Japan), he was originally influenced from R&B, Soul and Funk. He also formed a successful funk-band in which he played the guitar. In the beginning of 2001 he released his first single “Comic Pink” on Mole Listening Pearls. In 2004, his first album “One Scenary In My Lifetime” was released under the pseudonym “Dugsoul” in Japan. He said about his own: “I had to do an important decision. Should the party of the life continue? I conclude that life is a dance”. Since today he is a well respected DJ in Japan. His style do DJing is passionate, deep and groovy. “If you feel something when you dance, I´m happy. I wish sincerely to express my gratitude to you and your friends. I´m still making music today because it´s me. Eight years later, his next singles “Sunny Day” and “Rainy Day” were released. Since than, he is working on his new album, which will be released on Mole Listening Pearls. The EP “Soul Eyes” show some first tracks from his current work. With this release he show us again, that he can perfectly mix jazz harmonies with modern electronic sounds.

Available format: mp3

Sound-design from a far-away galaxy, functional and intelligent arrangements, tricky elements somewhere between “handmade” and “cinema-scope” and continuously surprising ideas – this is the music of an extraordinary talent: Boris Brejcha. He’s one of the most productive creative minds of this time segment and while constantly releasing a great amount of tracks, his music does not sound like the work of a mechanic following a certain formula. Boris’ force roots from a unique style that has a focus on diversity and still you recognize his hand-writing while listening to his tricky arrangements and breaks that are different as they can be. Some years ago Brejcha suddenly entered the international club-league and announced his goals by tracks as “Ich zeige es euch” – no exaggeration at all when looking at the development of his career, he quickly messed up the establishment and his extraordinary live performances and costumes caused more and more public interest. Harthouse signs responsible for several of Brejcha’s releases – two albums and many maxi singles stand for a successful cooperation between artist and label. They grew together and Boris got one of the central artists on Harthouse. It’s clear that Brejcha’s third strike is presented by Harthouse and will spread the word of a better tomorrow concerning quality dance music. His third long player “MY NAME IS” might set up the question whether he continues emphasizing his definition of Science Fiction Techno. You can answer YES and NO: his fans will immediately recognize his unique style in the opener “Express myself” and they will be thankful for that! “MY NAME IS” carries on the spirit of the preceding long players but at the same time announces a new definition of his stylistic varying, state of the art produced and well thought work. You find every single element exactly at the right spot – these tracks frightening precisely aim at the huge summer events – crisp, fresh and always wearing a tiny smile – this would be a satisfying conclusion of his album, but there’s several tracks spreading a wider stylistic landscape – harmonic and dreamful “Flockentanz” for example provides listening comfort in the suburbs of the dancefloor, too. The compilation of Brejchas compositions develops into different styles and atmospheres. “Ich zeige es euch” declares the borders between functional, minimalistic club-sound and neo trancy melodies to be torn down. Endless reverberated spheres are cut into pieces, reversed they rush into emptiness or break into a thousand pieces by crashing into the suddenly appearing grooves. The name-giving track “My name is” raises the bar for straightforward club music: Brejcha is more than capable of driving the masses to insanity. The unforeseeable changes are pure pleasure and draw a clear picture in front of your inner eye: Crowded dance floor, peaktime, raging masses go nuts! Bravo – somebody knows how to carry something to extremes! “You will rise” is a 10-minutes-hypnotic device that combines hard and direct elements and gentleman-like sound design. Never ever it gets boring – alternating effects and tiny tricky sounds create the style Boris Brejcha is famous for – “My name is” underlines and steels his position! The music of “MEIN NAME IS” is more grownup and this album presents stylistic deeper and wider stuff than many of contemporary music’s productions – thus with great cause we announce a real highlight for this summer! Sound-design from a far-away galaxy, functional and intelligent arrangements, tricky elements somewhere between “handmade” and “cinema-scope” and continuously surprising ideas – this is the music of an extraordinary talent: Boris Brejcha. He’s one of the most productive creative minds of this time segment and while constantly releasing a great amount of tracks, his music does not sound like the work of a mechanic following a certain formula. Boris’ force roots from a unique style that has a focus on diversity and still you recognize his hand-writing while listening to his tricky arrangements and breaks that are different as they can be. Some years ago Brejcha suddenly entered the international club-league and announced his goals by tracks as “Ich zeige es euch” – no exaggeration at all when looking at the development of his career, he quickly messed up the establishment and his extraordinary live performances and costumes caused more and more public interest. Harthouse signs responsible for several of Brejcha’s releases – two albums and many maxi singles stand for a successful cooperation between artist and label. They grew together and Boris got one of the central artists on Harthouse. It’s clear that Brejcha’s third strike is presented by Harthouse and will spread the word of a better tomorrow concerning quality dance music. His third long player “MY NAME IS” might set up the question whether he continues emphasizing his definition of Science Fiction Techno. You can answer YES and NO: his fans will immediately recognize his unique style in the opener “Express myself” and they will be thankful for that! “MY NAME IS” carries on the spirit of the preceding long players but at the same time announces a new definition of his stylistic varying, state of the art produced and well thought work. You find every single element exactly at the right spot – these tracks frightening precisely aim at the huge summer events – crisp, fresh and always wearing a tiny smile – this would be a satisfying conclusion of his album, but there’s several tracks spreading a wider stylistic landscape – harmonic and dreamful “Flockentanz” for example provides listening comfort in the suburbs of the dancefloor, too. The compilation of Brejchas compositions develops into different styles and atmospheres. “Ich zeige es euch” declares the borders between functional, minimalistic club-sound and neo trancy melodies to be torn down. Endless reverberated spheres are cut into pieces, reversed they rush into emptiness or break into a thousand pieces by crashing into the suddenly appearing grooves. The name-giving track “My name is” raises the bar for straightforward club music: Brejcha is more than capable of driving the masses to insanity. The unforeseeable changes are pure pleasure and draw a clear picture in front of your inner eye: Crowded dance floor, peaktime, raging masses go nuts! Bravo – somebody knows how to carry something to extremes! “You will rise” is a 10-minutes-hypnotic device that combines hard and direct elements and gentleman-like sound design. Never ever it gets boring – alternating effects and tiny tricky sounds create the style Boris Brejcha is famous for – “My name is” underlines and steels his position! The music of “MEIN NAME IS” is more grownup and this album presents stylistic deeper and wider stuff than many of contemporary music’s productions – thus with great cause we announce a real highlight for this summer!

Free Download (mp3): Boris Brejcha – Yeah! (Re-Edit)

In 1995, our artist AWeX released the Loveparade hymne “It’s Our Future”. Since than, we deeply feel connected with the spirit of the Loveparade. Now, fifteen years later, 21 people lost their lives due to the consequences of overcrowding in a tunnel at Love Parade 2010. These people came to celebrate, instead there were deaths and injuries. We`re appalled and distressed at the suffering and pain. Our thoughts are with the victims of the tragedy and with all their family and friends.
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