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Inspired by the snowy scenery in the middle of the Alps, far away from the everyday life and motivated by the fresh mountain air, songwriters can let their creativity run wild. Following a very successful premiere of the Schedler Music Summit in 2013, the branch meeting will be continued in 2014, becoming an annual event. At the Schedler Music Summit March 14th-16th 2014, the music industry will meet again in Steeg (Lechtal/Tyrol) and in Warth am Arlberg to make new contacts and catch up with the old ones, and of course exchange news from the industry. A singer/songwriter session offers the opportunity to perform the newly written songs and participants can also perform some of their own songs. Songwriters will also have the chance to forge new contacts with people from labels/A&R’s/PMs/etc.


idm music signs publishing deal with  new pop rock band, lines and colours

IDM Music signed a publishing deal with a great new band called “Lines and Colours”. Lines and Colours is a newly formed pop rock band from Croatia, Zagreb/Varaždin. On their first single "Beautiful Addiction" they worked with Sean and Alex Silverman (Members of "This Century") which is soon to be mixed by Colby Wedgeworth (The maine, Lydia and Taking Back Sunday among others).

Lines and Colours’s first single is about eternal themes, about love, the emotions you go through when you feel love and then loose it; and how you get through all the difficulties and obstacles that life throws at you.

The single was released November 25th on a popular Croatian radio station Radio Antena. The band will now be focusing on filming their music video and will be preparing a little Christmas surprise for their fans.

There is much to be heard from this young band in the future.

 Click here to check out the new single



Silente promotes their debut album with a big concert in Tvornica Venue

Two weeks ago Croatia’s breaking artist Silente released their first studio album “ Lovac na čudesa “ on Aquarius records. The album was produced by Nikša Bratoš and published by IDM Music. On November 21st Silente will promote their album with a conert in the big hall of Tvornica Venue since the smaller hall was already sold out. They are is going to play for us their newest material. You can get your tickets at the Aquarius Music Shops in Zagreb or through the internet on ulaznice.hr. Pre selling tickets are 40 kn and 50 kn on the day of the concert.


The makk conference

The MAKK conference (International Copyright Creative Conference) will take place this year in Zagreb from the 9th till the 11th of December. It will be organized by the Institute of Croatian Music, Croatian Copyright Society and Adria MC (Adria Music Conference) Along with representatives of Croatian copyright institutions and organizations, prominent public officials from Croatia, the region, and other EU countries will participate in the conference. It will contain numerous lectures and discussions by the General Secretary of the European Federation of Composers, Patrick Ager among many others, and the director of the French agency HADOPI, Marie-Francolse Marais who will be presenting the results of the local internet anti-piracy program. The main goal is to highlight the most critical issues within the scope of the creative industries and copyright and related rights.


M.I.A released a new album matangi


Once again the English-Sri Lankan recording artist M.I.A. gives us a funky fresh music on her latest album Matangi. The album was released on November 4th on her own label N.E.E.T. Recordings. It is her fourth studio album and, as usual, the songwriting and production for the album was primarily handled by M.I.A. herself and her long-time collaborator Switch, with additional contributions from Hit-Boy, Doc McKinney, Danja, Surkin and The Partysquad. We represent the publishing of M.I.A. songs through Imagem music.


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Zdenko Runjić (born October 26, 1942 in Slavonski Brod, during the Independent State of Croatia, died October 27, 2004, Split, Croatia) was Croatian songwriter based in Split. In his long career, he established himself as the most prolific and most popular songwriter of the former Yugoslavia, now Croatia. Many of his songs, inspired by the folk traditions of Dalmatia, became classics and Runjić helped the careers of many notable Croatian musicians such as ...More

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