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OFFICE BRAGGERS

Our creative and A&R person, Rea Hadziosmanovic, also known as DJ Rea recently gave an interview for the largest Croatian online magazine for women - “Neon”. Besides being diligent at IDM Music, Rea’s been DJ-ing at the most important clubs, events and festivals in the region and further.
Check out the interview on:
http://neon.com.hr/poznati-i-scena/intervju/dj-rea-cura-koja-obara-s-nogu-muski-svijet-djinga

 

 

FOLLOW BIXIO MUSIC ON FACEBOOK!

All the Italian music enthusiasts can now learn more on one of the most popular IDM catalogues on the official Bixio Music Facebook Fan Page! By becoming a fan you can find out all the news and enjoy free downloads and other goodies prepared...

Of course, feel free to post, comment and share with your friends. See you online and divertiamoci!

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KOOLADE TOPS MALAYSIAN CHARTS

Three weeks ago, as an announcement to the release of the most famous Malaysian hip-hop/r'n'b singer Mizz Nina first solo album "What You Waiting For", the first official single was released. The hit single’s beat was made by Croatian hip-hop producer of world-class - Koolade.

Koolade is a musician that makes us extremely proud at IDM Music, mostly due to his mark on Croatian hip-hop. He produced almost all the most important Croatian hip-hop albums and collaborated on albums by hip hop mega-stars: Ghostface Killah, Masta Ace, Izze Kizze, Bow Wow, Omarion, Das Efx and many other world-respected hip-hop performers.

The single’s infectious melody and energetic rhythm was instantly recognized as a hit and went straight to No. 1. in Malaysia and its video already gathered more than 400.000 views on Youtube.

Big contributor to Mizz Nina’s single popularity is Colby O'Donis, American pop/r'n'b singer and Akon’s protégé, who is also the co-author of some of Akon’s hits as well as Lady Gaga’s "Just Dance".

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PERFECT OFFICE FOR A CREATIVE BUSINESS

The Zagreb IDM Music office and the creativity of its interior design got much praise and a tag of “the cool office” in last week’s edition of the first and the most important Croatian business newspaper “Poslovni dnevnik”. In their “In & Out” section, IDM director Tomo In der Muhlen, led the journalists and photographers through the fanciful “open space” office divided between three top-quality creative companies (IDM Music, Tom Tom & Pepermint) that tightly cooperate on a daily basis. This definitely shows that creativity doesn’t necessarily have to be linked to chaos and disorder, and that often the best ideas come in a harmonic and organized working space.
What else is there to say? We’re just too cool for school!

(you can read the entire article in a section “IDM in the media” on our web page)

 

CELAS Partners With Croatia's IDM Music

CELAS, which represents EMI Music Publishing for online/mobile across Europe, has concluded an administration agreement with music publisher Intelligent Digital Media and Music (IDM Music) in Zagreb.

IDM Music, located in Croatia, will administer the mechanical rights of the Anglo-American repertoire of EMI Music Publishing. The territory of the deal is Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia. The agreement is for one year.

Alexander Wolf and Nick Williamson, managing directors of CELAS, commented: "We are happy about this agreement. With IDM Music we have a partner on the spot that knows the regional market, the participants and customs very well. That makes it possible for an efficient and quick licensing to digital and mobile providers."

IDM Music was founded in 1988 in Germany and handled video and audio productions in the former Yugoslavia. In 1990 it opened a branch in Zagreb. The company's main focus is music publishing.

Munich-based CELAS is a jointly owned by the German collection society GEMA and the British PRS for Music. It provides a one-stop-shop for pan-European licensing of the rights from Anglo-American EMI Music Publishing repertoire for online and mobile usage within 41 European territories and it has recently announced Pan-European licensing deals with 7Digital, iTunes, Nokia, Real and Omnifone.

(taken from www.billboard.biz, written by Wolfgang Spahr)

 

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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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