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From Italy to New Zealand via new york - IDM licensed Bixio songs for the film "Love Story"

Another great synch has been put on the list of sucessful IDM's international collaborations. Frankin Rd & IDM Music have recently completed the soundtrack for the film "Love Story" directed by the New Zealand director and actor Florian Habicht.

Florian is responsible for some of this decade's most original New Zealand films, including Woodenhead, a Grimm inspired musical fairytale, renowned for the innovation of recording the entire soundtrack first, (including the dialogue with different actors) before shooting the visuals for the film.

This time, he has collected his experience of his 1-year living in New York and transformed it into a romance in a form of fictional documentary. Love Story sees filmmaker Florian Habicht finding a movie, a plot, and a beautiful Ukranian Masha, on the streets of New York and giving his own homage to the city and the notion of love.
Love Story has been picked to open the 2011 Auckland International Film Festival and has won the awards for best director, best film and best editor of the New Zealand film and television awards - "AFTA 2011".
The soundtrack of the film contains 9 Bixio tracks, including the songs by the Oscar winning composers Nino Rota, Ennio Morricone and Lalo Schifrin.

To watch the trailer of the film "Love story" click HERE.


In memoriam - Carlo Andrea Bixio (1941-2011)

Next Tuesday, we will commemorate the first anniversary of a sad passing of our dear friend and mentor, Carlo Bixio, one of the biggest personalities in the world of contemporary Italian music and television.
Carlo was one of the sons of the famous italian composer Cesare Andrea Bixio, and has been involved in music his entire life. He founded the cult label Cinevox record and publishing company Edizioni Musicali Bixio, received multiple gold and platinum records and worked as a producer of various editions of the San Remo Festival. He also contributed significantly to the world of Italian television by producing some of the hottest series in the history of its existence.
Nevertheless, his legacy is still alive in the remembrance and the works of his collaborators and friends. The TV series "Un medico in famiglia" has seen its 7th season in 2011 and "I Cesaroni" got in its 5th year of screening. Also, one of the most popular Italian comedy actresses, Elena Sofia Ricci, has decided to re-join the latter project only because she has promised to Carlo Bixio that she would come back to the show, and, as she said, she wanted to keep her promise after his death.
Many of the people he worked with saw him as an exquisite and amusing person, a man of the exceptional sharpness and intelligence. 

Carlo, we thank you one more time for everything you have taught us and for everything you left behind, on a road that is more than desirable to follow.


adele and ed sheeran - the biggest winners of the 2012 brit awards

The so long awaited 2012 BRIT Awards were held yesterday, on 21 February, at The O2 Arena in London and this year's ceremony attracted the highest television audience for seven years.

The 32nd edition of the annual British Phonographic Industry's music awards only confirmed that the throne of the recent pop music is firmly held by British singer Adele, who brought home the awards for the best British Female Solo Artist and for the British Album of the Year.
The second biggest winner of the night was the young singer Ed Sheeran who was awarded for the best British Male Solo Artist and for the best British Breakthrough Act.

Here's the list of all the winners:
British Male Solo Artist - Ed Sheeran (Bucks)
British Female Solo Artist - Adele (Xl Recordings/EMI/Chrysalis)
British Breakthrough Act - Ed Sheeran (Bucks)
British Group - Coldplay (EMI)
British Single - One Direction: What Makes You Beautiful (EMI)
British Album of the Year: Adele - 21 (Xl Recordings/EMI/Chrysalis)
International Male Solo Artist - Bruno Mars (Bug)
International Female Solo Artist - Rihanna (EMI)
International Group - Foo Fighters (Bug)
International Breakthrough Act - Lana Del Ray (EMI)
Outstanding Contribution to Music - Blur (EMI)
Critics Choice - Emeli Sandé (EMI)

For licensing or more info on any of these artist/bands, please contact us at clearance@idmmusic.com


XL Recordings released Jack White's new solo single "Love Interruption"

Exactly two weeks ago on January 31, Jack White, founder and frontman of the now officially ex-band White Stripes, premiered the song "Love Interruption" as the introductory single to his upcoming album "Blunderbuss". Jack announced the official release of the album for the April 24 through White's own label Third Man Records in association with XL Recordings and Columbia Records, and it will be his first solo artist album since the beginning of his career.
The song "Love Interruption", a true lament over the power and promise of love, has been created in a collab with the Nashville singer Ruby Amanfu and you can check it out HERE.



The 54th ceremony of the most important annual music awards, The Grammys, was held 2 days ago at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
This year's Grammys, as well as the entire previous year, was all about ADELE (EMI Music Publishing/BMG Chrysalis/XL Recordings), who won 6 Grammys - for the 3 most important categories:  Album of the year, Record of the year and Song of the year, as well as for the best pop solo performance, best pop vocal album and best short form music video.

Besides Adele, IDM Music is proud to present (and represent :)) other artists and authors who won other most important categories:
Bon Iver - Best New Artist; Best Alternative Music Album (Kobalt)
Tony Bennett & Amy Winehouse - Body And Soul -  Best pop duo/group performance (BMG Rights)
Skrillex - Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites - Best dance recording; Best Dance/Electronica Album (Kobalt)
Foo Fighters - Walk - best rock performance; Best rock song; Wasting Light- Best rock album
(BMG Rights).

Congratulations to all the winners!


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