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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Eddy Wata – I Like The Way (Perez Brothers Remix)

"I Like The Way" is the new hit released by Eddy Watta, wich encountered  a major succes all over the world. "Eddy was born in Nigeria by Nigerian mother and Gimaican father, started singing at a young age. At 18 he moved to Jamaica, entering the world of reggae singers. He returned 4 years later in Nigeria, he has formed his own group, achieving a certain popularity locally. In 2003, he after he signed a contract by the Italian producer Diego Milesi ( / diegomilesi), and his current manager Lino Longoni, arrived in the top 10-40 of the European rankings and n° 1 with in France, Spain, Germany, Japan and North America.

In 2007 the label "melodica", creating an 'excellent visibility thanks to the "project" Eddy, but it power to change the dividend producer team. But this "bold step" has degenerated a flop ... In 2008, Eddy also advised by his manager, sieves the contract with melodic, and go back to Diego, which he produces "i love my people" published and distributed by a italy label do it your self, and arriving just in charts forefront of international dance, and number in Canada. Today is also the new masterpiece "My Dream", and alongside the video. But you own this to baptise the new Diego's label: Evo-Records, which according to the first feeadback thanks to a different talents style of production and Eddy's interpretation , it has all it takes to become a successful international music star." Article source: Eddy Watta on MySpace.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Robbie Williams – Feel (Dj Phantom Minimal Remix)

This time I suggest we go deeper, to a smoother place, soft-vibe surrounded, were acoustics combine in a friendly environment. We're talking about a music genre wich actually seemed to be forgotten. At first there was techno; later on, as things evolve, it started to sound different, improving the elements with abstract influences.  This is minimal, dressed up in 2010 trends. It's all about the vibes. And Robbie Williams, of course.

"Come and hold my hand
I wanna contact the living
Not sure I understand
This role I've been given
I just want to feel real love
Feel the home that I live in
'Cause I got too much life
Running through my veins
Going to waste

I don't want to die
But I ain't keen on living either
Before I fall in love
I'm preparing to leave her
I scare myself to death
That's why I keep on running
Before I've arrived
I can see myself coming." (Part of "Feel" lyrics).

Monday, March 29, 2010

Dj Ralmm & Ciprian Robu – I Love This Beat (Delyno Remix)

Straight from the "I Have The World" producer, on today's episode we bring you a special hot remix, and this is for real! Delyno mixed up a sensational track called "I Love This Beat" in a way that no one could. "Who is Delyno?! Seriously....Who is Delyno?! :-o He is a great guy, on his real name, Ionut Murgoci! Really! If you don't believe it... then talk to him and be his friend! He is a composer, a Lyrics Writer and a Dj Producer! Delyno is creating and creating and when he's not creating he's thinking about creating!! WT... is he creating?! Then....he composes vocal lines for some projects and for anyone who has need of comercial melodic lines on their great sounds! Then he writes lyrics for his and other guys projects....then he works on his own sound... That, hopefully, he will make it us hear as soon as posible! He is also producing tracks for bands, singers, advertising and so on, in other genres, but that's other stuff! He is also available as a DJ for shows, etc.." Article source: Delyno on MySpace.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Fragma – Toca’s Miracle (Progressive Trance Remix)

""Toca's Miracle" is a dance music single by German Eurohouse group Fragma. It peaked at #1 in the UK charts in April 2000. The song was created by mixing the vocals of Sue Brice's (a.k.a CoCo) "I Need a Miracle" to the instrumental track of Fragma's "Toca Me". While the original version of "Toca's Miracle" was an illegal bootleg that became popular in Ibiza after the release of "Toca Me", Fragma quickly adopted the track themselves and released an official single version. The song received large amounts of radio airplay and remained popular throughout the following months. "Toca Me" reached #11 in the UK Singles Chart in September 1999 and #53 in Australia in January 2000. "Toca's Miracle" reached #1 in the UK in April 2000 and #8 in Australia in July 2000. This original version was the 7th best selling single of 2000 in the UK." Article source:
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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Faithless – God Is A Dj ( Dj Scotty – Insomnia Booty Call Remix)

Travelling through world's best music tracks, we tend to struggle in a large variety of forms and colours, just to achieve a "cristal-clear" sound beam. In search of perfection , there is no chance getting back once the virus is taken. And this is for today: Faithless. "Formed in 1995 by Sister Bliss, Faithless is a UK group of musicians whose music is described by one of their band member as a cross between trip-hop and techno. The four original members of Faithless were rapper Maxi Jazz, Sister Bliss, instrumentalist/vocalist Jamie Catto and producer Rollo Armstrong. Jamie Catto (now in 1 Giant Leap) left after their second album, Sunday 8pm, which was released in 1998. Rollo Armstrong’s sister Dido also features on several Faithless tracks.

Faithless have now released 5 studio albums, with a remix album for the first three (Reverence, Sunday 8pm and Outrospective) and an instrumental for the last (No Roots), plus a Greatest Hits collection (Forever Faithless) and 2 DVDS, one of which showcased their universally acclaimed live performances. Their most mature album and arguably their best is the latest album ‘To All New Arrivals’ released on 27th November 2006, the album name being inspired by the recent birth of two babies to Rollo and Sister Bliss." Article source:

Friday, March 26, 2010

Tom Boxer & Jay – A Beautiful Day (Vanotek Remix)

"Tom Boxer started to play with music around age 5 with guitar. Later, he discovered a true passion for composition and music production. The influence in his style is all good music no matter if is folk, rock, punk, pop, jazz, hip hop or dance. 10 years ago he leaved in UK where he learned how to produce club music. Back in his native country - Romania where he work in his personal studio - he released great dance hits such as BRASIL, A BEAUTIFUL DAY and DANCING His latest singles Brasil and A BEAUTIFUL DAY are TOP 10 hits in many coutries from Europe with great videos directed by himself. He played music with many great Dj's and worked in studio with great artists from around the world. A very positive sound and vibe (as Tom Boxer is in his real life). A few feat's with great reggae singers like BUPPY BROWN the singer from BLADE 2 soundtrack, and MIKE DIAMONDZ.

Some tracks are performed by himself. To be mentioned that he's composing his own lines, recording instruments and voices and mastering the tracks. It's a mastering ingineer too. On the dancefloor he brings a special and different positive sound. Live vocal, MC, freestyling still spining and scratching. It is like a dance music machine and in every club he was people felt the difference. He is not considering himself just a DJ but a complete artist and his message and vibe comes from his own interior nature: PURE LOVE for GOD, UNIVERSE and people. On his personal webpage tom says: "Believe in something, anything, no matter how small or big. It's the only way you can be happy. And to be happy is the true reason of life"." Article source: Tom Boxer on MySpace.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Intensa Music – Rumba Portuguesa (Dr. Bellido & Roger G Original Mix)

"Europeans from Spain, Portugal, France and England who colonized South America and the Caribbean all imported slaves from Africa to take over the hard labor of the local inhabitants. The Rumba combined African and Caribbean rhythms in a dance that in its original form was extremely erotic and uninhibited. The lady would perform sinuous movements of the hip, chest, and shoulders, while the man did his best to respond. Since not all Cubans possessed this uninhibited quality, a refined version of the rumba named the son emerged. The son was slower and more sentimental, with movements that were mere flirtation as opposed to the promise of the real thing. The son was the actual dance exported.

The name "Rumba" now includes many types of Latin American dances, including the son. The Rumba reached the United States in the late 1920's. In 1946, the British originally standardized the Rumba. They taught it using the United States technique (with couples dancing in a square or "rumba box" rather than moving around the whole floor)." Article source:

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Yves Larock – Rise Up (Jake Wamsley Electro Remix)

"My dream is to fly...over the high! Yves Larock is one of world’s most recognised producers and a highly renowned international DJ. Over the past few years Yves has been behind a string of international cross-over hits such as ‘Zookey’, ‘Rise Up’ and ‘By Your Side’. Taking influence from a wide musical spectrum, Yves unique production style brings together elements of House, Hip-Hop, R&B, Ragga, Reggae and Electro with devastating effect. In the summer of 2007, ‘Rise Up’ began rocking dance floors and its potential was quickly recognised as it picked up major radio support from the likes of Kiss FM (UK) and through Pete Tong on Radio One. The commercial response to this early support was phenomenal and demand soared. ‘Rise Up’ went on to be licensed to 28 labels throughout the world, released in 48 countries and appeared on a large number of high profile compilations. It achieved massive commercial success both in terms of CD sales and Radio Airplay, where it spent over a year on Airplay Charts in territories such as Russia, Canada, Holland, Switzerland and Romania.

Yves Larock is, without doubt, an extremely talented and creative individual. Both in the studio and behind the decks, his unique vision allows his material and DJ sets to appeal across the board; to both the underground and commercial audience. Yves Larock is a producer and a DJ to follow in 2010!!" Article source:

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Tina Cousins – Mysterious Times (Tod Terry Club Mix)

"Tina Cousins is a true 21st Century diva. She's stunningly beautiful, with a powerfully emotive voice and yet has one of the nicest personalities in pop.  Achieving global success with the anthemic single 'Mysterious Times' alongside German DJ Sash, which reached No. 2 in the UK charts, Tina Cousins has more than proved herself to be a talented and exciting artist in her own right, finding chart success in the UK and Europe as well as being phenomenally popular in Australia. While signed to Jive Records, alongside names such as Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Steps and Backstreet Boys, Tina was regularly in the charts with her singles, 'Killing Time', 'Angel', 'Pray' and 'Forever' as well as her album, 'Killing Time', before collaborating again with Sash on the hit single, 'Just Around The Hill'.

"I always sing live at gigs because I don't think that you should be up there on stage unless you really can do it properly," she says earnestly. "People pay good money to come and watch me perform and I'd feel like a real rip-off merchant if I mimed to a track because I think they really deserve more than to have me turn up, pretend to sing and then chip off afterwards like some acts do. I hate seeing big name chart acts miming - it just makes them look bad."In fact, it can take something to go wrong with her act to prove to audiences quite how talented Tina really is." Article source:

Magazin oficial Catalin Botezatu

Monday, March 22, 2010

No. 7 & Elena – Here I Am (Darone Remix)

"Abuse in any form is a behavior that seeks to subjugate and control the other person in a relationship. While our picture of abuse is usually restricted to physical abuse, emotional abuse is just as rampant in a bad abusive relationship as physical abuse. In fact unlike in a physically abusive relationship where you can see the marks, emotional abuse leaves scars of humiliation and distress that is difficult to see but is just as harmful to a person. Most people describe the relationship with an emotional abuser as a feeling of "walking on eggshells". This is because of the use of control tactics by the abuser such as fear, humiliation, intimidation, guilt, coercion and manipulation. The problem is that most of these psychological tactics are difficult to identify and thus, hard to deal with even by the victim himself/herself. However, the most common signs of emotional and psychological abuse is the chipping away of the feelings of self-worth and independence. This is accompanied by feelings of helplessness and the sense of being chained to the relationship.

Verbal assaults be it berating, belittling, criticizing, name calling, screaming or threatening are some of the most common signs of emotional abuse in a relationship. This leads to depression, feelings of worthlessness, low self worth and low self esteem, nervousness, pessimistic behavior and even substance abuse in certain cases." Article source: - 16% comision

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Crazy Win – Beautiful Lover (Dj Andi Remix)

"Before u came I was lost
My dream was falling apart
Nobody came at my door
But u’ve came right from the start
I realize in the end
That love as came back to me
U bring me back to me
Before u came I was lost
My dream was falling apart
U’ve changed my love
Now because I loved u right from the start
Don’t be afraid to get lost
Don’t be afraid, let it be
‘Cause baby u get me" (Part of "Beautiful Lover" lyrics)

Another great work under the Play&Win brand, asigned for a new-entry band called Crazy Win - "Beautiful Lover". The official release of this track creates a deep and soft atmosphere, while keeping a limit between "dance" and "club" music genres. No need to correct, just improve. The bass line got changed, the voices are clearified. So, basically, we have a new cover for "Beautiful Lover", reworked by Dj Andi.  Sweet one. - Magazin online cu adidasi, haine si accesorii

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Amsterdam Avenue & Dj Jungle – Destination Unknown

Great tune from Amsterdam Avenue with "Destination Unknown", remixed by Dj Jungle, in a "retro electro" style. This time it's all in the lyrics and that special guitar guiding line.  Before listening to this one, let us share a few words about low-range speakers. " All subwoofers produce acoustical pressure, and that is what your ear responds to. The only place where you will hear the bass output that your subwoofer produces exclusively is out of doors (or in an anechoic chamber). But soon as you put a subwoofer into a room, the sound waves bounce back and forth between the parallel surfaces of the room, some combining or "adding," which will emphasize those sounds, and others canceling each other out, which results in a null. If you are sitting in a null, you won't hear any deep bass at all. Conversely, if your chair is in a location where standing waves peak, you will likely hear boomy, one-note bass (you won't be able to follow the tuneful bass line of a recording, for example). Sometimes, by just moving a foot or two, the deep bass will "magically" reappear." Article source:

Friday, March 19, 2010

4 Strings – Take Me Away (Dave Darell Remix)

"It has been decades already that people with mobile electronic systems in their vehicles, particularly car stereos, have pushed it to the limit in order to have the best quality of sound. Once before our grandparent''s cars have these static-filled and bulky AM radios. Then, these gave way to the cassette tape playing stereos and FM broadcasts used in our parent''s cars. Nowadays, car manufacturers offer digital mobile electronic systems that use CD players and even satellite radio that has MP3 playing compatibility. Then, the car audio was further enhanced by surround sound speaker systems. The concept behind this enhancement is having all the speakers inside your vehicle set up like the surround sound audio system that brings the sound experience of a movie theater in your living room." Article source: If we are to take things a little bit further, we should consider elements like high powered amplifiers, large subwoofers and custom designed speaker spaces optimized for best quality sound as in a chapter called "car audio tunning".

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Armin Van Buuren & Van Venzel – Broken Tonight (Original Mix)

Armin Van Buuren can be categorized as world's best trance music producer." Featuring Dutch singer VanVelzen , "Broken Tonight" managed to light the souls of thousands of dance lovers. Rocking beats, catchy loops and VanVelzen's strong voice make this a true highlight on the dancefloor. The feel-good trance track now received its visual translation, with the city of London as its playground". Article source:

The "Trance Master" figured out how to stay on top of music charts, he wisely choosed Van Venzel to represent the vocal trance release. Someone actually said " Vocal Trance Mixed Up With Progressive makes the 2010 music trend".

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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Roxy Rockstar – Mr. Right (Hy2rogen & Fr3cky Club Mix)

The next hit we're gonna talk about belongs to Roxana Spoiala, aka "Roxy Rocks", an ex-member of the romanian band "Heaven". "Mr. Right" was written by Costi Ionita, a producer always in search for new talents and the official music video was released a few days on YouTube. What we all expected on this "new-entry" was a remix, because the song itself isn't so much appreciated and practically it has limited audience. Let's tune in and make an opinion.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Haddaway – What Is Love (Electro Remix)

"When you think of a strobe light you may think of many different things. For many people the idea of strobe lights conjures up days spent in a night club but there are many different uses for these lights. In fact, there are people who are getting more and more creative with the strobe light all of the time, incorporating them into new and interesting decorative elements. A strobe light also has many functional uses that you may not even be aware of. Night clubs often use strobes because they give the effect that everyone is moving in slow motion, which is also known as temporal aliasing. Strobes can be timed so that they move to the music, which can make dancing the night away a lot of fun and quite a head trip if you stay in the strobes for too long!" Let's face it, strobo flashing makes you loose control and feel high! I think club lights, including strobo, laser shows and digital screens make a good subject for expanding in later articles. Article source:

Magazin oficial Catalin Botezatu

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Connect-R – Murderer (VanoTek Remix)

"Amnesia Ibiza, a famous club near San Rafael, has blown minds for decades. Renovated and updated since 2008, the terrace is a huge greenhouse with palm trees, many bars and a pleasantly air-conditioned VIP area which encircles the club on the upper floor. Amnesia also host Espuma parties at which life-threatening quantities of foam are pumped onto the dance floor in the main room. Boulder-sized stacks of speakers litter the floor and are usually colonised by enthusiastic ravers.


Tacky dancers bounce around on podiums on the upstairs floor, level with the dj booth which looks down on the writhing masses below. The house where Amnesia now stands was built at the end of the 18th century. Sold to an aristocratic and artistic widow in the 70s it became a home to hippies who played in bands and danced till dawn while experimenting with LSD and "touching the heavens", according to the Amnesia web site."

Friday, March 12, 2010

Edward Maya feat. Alicia – Stereo Love (Dj Dvir Halevi Remix)

Eduard Marian Ilie (29 June 1986, Bucharest, Romania), also known as Edward Maya, is a producer, performer, composer and musician from Romania. He graduated from George Enescu Music High School in Bucharest and is currently a final year student at the Bucharest Conservatory. At 19 years of age he composed a song with Eduard Carcota for the Eurovision Song Contest, which went to fourth place in the competition (Mihai Traistariu - Tornero). This breakthrough was followed by a busy period for the artist, who worked on different contracts with Romanian artists abroad (Akcent, Costi Ioniţă, Vika Jigulina, Cassa Loco, Studio One, DjRynno, Dj Sava, Marius Nedelcu, Blaxy Girls, Imba). In 2008 he produced the album that helped relaunch the band Akcent, appearing on the international music market with hits like "Stay with Me", "That's my Name" and "Lover's Cry", all under the Edward Maya brand. In the summer of 2009, Maya launched is first song as an artist, "Stereo Love", topping number 1 in the Romanian singles charts. Latter that year, "Stereo Love", became a hit in clubbing places all over the world. This success was followed by concerts worldwide, with the song reaching the pop charts Greece, Albania, Lebanon, Jordan, Macedonia, Azerbaijan, Portugal, Russia, Poland, the Netherlands, Egypt, Belgium, Spain, Italy,Turkey, Cyprus, France etc.

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Thursday, March 11, 2010

David Guetta & Kelly Rowland – When Love Takes Over (Abel Ramos Paris With Love Remix)

"Starting with a piano flow similar to Coldplay’s “Clocks”, Kelly Rowland falls in love with dance beats on her new venture into clubland. As guest vocalist on this poppy David Guetta collaboration, the two show what happens when an in-demand producer and DJ gets the right girl for the job. This track highlights the talents of both, offering one of the more sensual club tunes of summer 2009. Its pop tendencies give hope it could cross over and also become one of the biggest pop singles of the year. Every summer one song defines the hot months. This track not only defines the dance scene of summer 2009, it secures a place among club classics destined to flourish in club life for years to come." Article source:  Techno Trance Music Suite

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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Silverscreen & London Boys – I’ve Been Thinking About You (Chico Del Mar & Tom Palace Electro Remix)

"The London Boys were a German-based, British dance pop duo comprising of Edem Ephraim (born 1 July 1959 in London) and Dennis Fuller (born 19 June 1960 in Jamaica), both of whom were killed in an Alpine car accident on January 21, 1996 . Although they lived near Hamburg, Germany since 1981, they had actually met when they were at school in London. They were formed in 1986 as a vehicle for songwriter and producer - Ralf-René Maué. Their musical style was catchy and highly infectious Eurobeat dance music combined with choreography acquired during their experience as Rollerblade dancers prior to forming London Boys. Consequently their early releases were marketed towards the Eurodisco scene.

They are remembered mainly for singles from their classic 1989 album The Twelve Commandments Of Dance, which peaked at No.2 on the UK charts. Most notable of these songs were London Nights, which peaked at No.2, and Requiem, which reached No.4 and was their breakthrough chart entry in April 1989. Another single, a remixed version of their 1987 release Harlem Desire, reached No.17. The music videos for these singles were largely based around impressive dance sequences and relationship/love storylines. Unfortunately The Twelve Commandments Of Dance is now out of print and the band have been somewhat forgotten, but the album has since become a collectible and their music still holds up well today. Their second album “Sweet Soul Music” was released in 1991 and the 3rd album “Love 4 Unity” in 1993. The 4th album “Hallelujah Hits” was released in 1995. This album was relased under the name of “The New London Boys” and it was a combination of religious music and eurobeat dance music."  Article source: www.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Eiffel 65 – Blue (Gabry Ponte Electro Remix)

"Remixes show up in nearly all styles. In the pop world, it is usually a functional thing rather than an expressive one - converting pop or rock tunes to be club-ready. The important thing, whether in dub reggae, hiphop remixes, house remixes of pop tunes, or whatever, is that the remixer adds their own personal touch to the track - bringing some important elements of the original, while adding their own recognizable style.  A big stage in a remix is cutting loops, wich is actually a fairly simple process. First, listen to your file, and identify the sections you'd like to cut. Then, select the phrase you'd like in your audio editing software, making sure to grab complete measures. A way to test your cut is to loop playback on the selection. If it sounds jumpy at the loop point, you may be selecting too much, or too little. Watch out for loops that include reverb tails or cymbal crashes, since these will often extend past the end of a phrase. Making sure your loops are cut precisely will make tempo correction within your looping software more accurate.

In programs like Sonar and Acid, which use nearly the same correction methods, this is imperative. If you are using Ableton Live, you can work very easily with completely raw samples, and eliminate some of this. Ableton is easily the most flexible looping software on the market. It allows for many different types of granular-based pitch and time correction, variable start and loop points, and an easy graphic interface for time correction. Time correction is achieved by either specifying the BPM of the loop (often detected automatically), or by inserting markers in the loop inspection window, to indicate where each beat falls. All of this will accomplish the same result as cutting and looping, while still preserving the original file. You can also take this time to do some processing on your loops. If you only have the full mixdown, you can bring out vocals or individual instruments somewhat with EQ. Keep in mind that there is no way to completely isolate a single instrument or voice after a mixdown. For example, you can lighten up the lower register (kick, toms) and basslines by rolling off the low end. This will keep things from getting muddy, if you use the vocals from that loop over a new bassline, or new drums. Acapellas is the word for best vocal cuts.

In a remix, it's possible to change the style, feel, even the emotional meaning of the track by changing the context of sections, reharmonizing melodies, adding additional elements, etc. Though the remixer has a foundation of existing material to build on, they are not restrained in any way. You're free to take that foundation, shift it around, and make it the roof!" Article source: - Magazin online cu adidasi, haine si accesorii

Monday, March 8, 2010

Dj Nick & Mc Giany – Sound Of Rain (Nick Kamarera Dub Mix)

"A Romanian psychoanalyst would give millions ( of new lei) to get Freud back to life and to debate psychiatry problems. Probably a Romanian writer would do the same with Shakespeare. Corina, the idol of many Romanian teenagers, declared that her dream is to sing with Robbie Williams. But I have a question? Why isn’t Robbie Williams’ dream to sing with Corina? Being a naïve question, APPARENTLY, I could find many answers: because Robbie has an entire career and Corina is newer in in the industry, because his type of music is different from her’s, because she hasn’t really the best voice and most of all…because Robbie Williams didin’t even hear  about Corina. I wonder why Romanian artists are not as promoted as foreign singers are and some of them don’t even have voices as good as some Romanian artists do. Bad luck, not to say the handicap not to be born into a powerful country minimizes the chance to have international success. Excessive promotion, serious financiers, glamorous shows…all these assures longevity on the international stages and record sales. The spectacular fall of some international artists proves that they weren’t more than backstage puppets. Young people should be shown that they can choose local artists and not because of a false patriotic feeling…but because they are worth it. I must admit that some Romanian artist have international success and they are enjoying the applauses of foreign public from all the continents. I don’t know how much it reflects the artistic potential of Romania, but at her time, the band Ozone hit the jackpot. The Japanese sang at the same time with Germans lyrics which are hard to say even for Romanians, without having any idea what they are saying . The intelligent promotion or maybe the good luck of the guys brought Romania fame even in the artistic area. Moreover, Romanian club music started to be very appreciated outside. Being in Greece, I heard on and on songs like Stereo Love ( its video was filmed there). I saw that big international names are on banners in Romania, in cities like Bucharest or Timisoara. The fans of Rolling Stones assisted he band in Romania, R&B lovers enjoyed Beyonce on the Romanian stage, Shakira offered her passion to the Romanian people on Latino rhythms and 50 Cent appeared for Rap fans. That means that Romania started to be seen differently and this gives us hope that Romanian singers will be seen without being called “thieves, rapists, gipsy”. If we entered EU ( on feet, with dogs and pigs and everything we have), why don’t we take a chance and enter the international music?   We have enough talent, and guts ( cause we are Romanians). Let’s hope we hear as many Romanian songs as possible when we travel and see many Romanian videos on foreign channels." Article source:

Sunday, March 7, 2010

John Scatman – The Scatman (Intensa Remix)

I never would of thought "The Scatman" will be back again. It's not like that. He's back, in a sensational hot remix! A great work, electro style on a famous sound track. Let's talk a little bit about the singer. "John Paul Larkin (born March 13, 1942 in El Monte, California; died December 3, 1999 in Los Angeles), known as Scatman John, was a famous stutterer who invented a unique fusion of scat singing and disco. As he liked to say, this as a process of “turning my biggest problem into my biggest asset.” Scatman John has received 14 golds and 18 platinums for his albums and singles. He was also the recipient of the Annie Glenn Award for his outstanding service to the stuttering community, and was also inducted to the National Stuttering Association’s Hall of Fame. He was later diagnosed with lung cancer and soon went into intensive treatment. He maintained a positive attitude throughout,declaring that “whatever God wants is fine by me… I’ve had the very best life. I have tasted beauty.” He died in his Los Angeles home on December 3, 1999, at the age of 57.  “I hope that the kids, while they sing along to my songs or dance to it, feel that life is not that bad at all. Even for just a minute.” - John “Scatman” Larkin. "  Article source:

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Saturday, March 6, 2010

EBJ feat. Anthya – Rainbow (Dark Angel Remix)

"Nadja, alias ANTHYA, was born in Milan. She began studying singing and music in 2000, following her passion for John Lennon and the Beatles. Since 2002 she has worked in recording studios in Milan as a vocalist and composer, where she also began to meet various musicians and producers. She recorded her first single entitled RAZZA BASTARDA in 2005 for RIVERECORDS. The single puts together her two great passions: music and animals. This song is deeply against all the unnecessary cruelty that man performs against animals, defenceless beings with no voice of their own. Her work on the song allowed her to meet the DJ and Producer ALEX BARTLETT and they subsequently began a close work relationship with trance music. Working as a composer and singer with Alex Bartlett in 2007, she wrote his new single UNIVERSE INSIDE (Drizzly Records). Other projects are soon to be produced (TOUCH THE SUN, INSPIRATION and HEAVEN) and she is working on her next solo project with Alex Barlett, which is coming soon. In the meantime, other work in pop music as well as a songwriter for various projects in Italy in collaboration with various producers are in the works. "
Article source:

Magazin oficial Catalin Botezatu

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Inna – Amazing (Dj Bouvern Extended Remix)

"Alexandra, using the surname Inna, is a 22 years old singer from Neptun (Black Sea Coast – Romania) who vows that music is her strongest passion! Advised by her family who recognized her talent at an early age, Inna began to sing and has been taking canto lessons for 8 years, but wish to broaden her knowledge and decided to explore the world of numbers, graduated from the Economical high-school in Constanta and the Political Sciences College. Inna’s first single “HOT” has been produced by the three talented guys from Play & Win (Radu Bolfea, Sebastian Barac, Marcel Botezan – hold on to these names, you will remember them soon!). By now, it’s common knowledge that the single has registered great success, the rating measurement system developed by Nielsen Media Research shows that “HOT” is the most broadcasted musical product as we speak, being supported by radio stations and also music televisions. Inna is a fresh name responsible for great music since the end of last year!

The romanian singer has overcame even Lady Gaga.Sources say that she is number 1 in Billboard HOT Dance Airplay.

It's no wonder she is so famous, her beauty, her talent runs into the people's hearts. Here's the proof for the nonbelievers! Let's face it! Lady Gaga it's more known for the clothes part, right? People are triing to look like her concerning this matter. "

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