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The song “Opusti se” (Relax) is a third official release from the new album of the group The Bastardz, called The Bastardz 6. With the regular members of the band, an amazing Croatian singer Žanamari also collaborated on this song with her sensual soul vocal that perfectly fits the slow funk of the song and guearantees the success to this, third single of the album.
After the big successes of the first two singles “Hajde kaži” and “Ne zaboravi”, already very popular among the fans, The Bastardz (& Žanamari) and IDM Music give you the song “Opusti se” for a free download. To get your free copy click HERE.

For more information about the album and purchasing at the best bargain, visit the official band’s web pages at www.thebastardz.com




It really doesn’t happen so often that you are only 22, you already won 2 Grammys and you are simultaneously praised by both critics and audience.
Well this is what the UK singer-songwriter Adele managed so far.
In her 5-year old career she was the first recipient of the BRIT Awards Critics' Choice, a multi-Grammy Awards nominee and a winner of two Grammys for the Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 2009.
Her album 19 debuted at number one, and has been certified 2x platinum in the UK. Adele released her second album 21 a month ago and it instantly got a critical and commercial success. After a spectacular performance at the Brit Awards, the album track 'Someone Like You' went straight to number 1 on the UK singles chart, while the album 21 also remained at number 1.
The Official Charts Company said Adele was the first living artist to achieve the feat of two top five hits in both the Official Singles Chart and the Official Albums Chart simultaneously since The Beatles in 1964.
IDM Music represents Adele through Beggars Group (master rights) and EMI Music Publishing / Chrysalis (publishing rights).




New album "Abazar" by Voices of Nature on iTunes!

2 days ago, on Valentine’s Day, the group “Voices of Nature” released their second album ”Abazar”.

Abazar is a new venture in electro-eclectic music based on specially chosen grooves that incorporate clarity in harmonic and melodic movements.
The founder of the project, Andrej Kljaković is a piano player, composer and musician that studied Jazz Conservatory in Paris, participated in many jazz-rock projects and worked as a record producer for V2 Universal and Sony/BMG record labels.

‘’My dedication to challenge this type of musical expression is just at the beginning of its development. There is a never-ending process to explore and combine old known systems that support new ideas’’, says Andrej.

All the songs on the album are sung in invented imaginary languages that’s reminiscent of Afro-Arabic.
As Voices Of Natures previous album Exotika was infectiously festive, multicultural and multinational, Abazar penetrates more deeply in mystical exotic pulses over the haunting pan global textures.

To listen and buy "Abazar" on iTunes, click here.


IstrArmenia - a new fascinating project of Tamara Obrovac

When your name is Tamara Obrovac and you have such immense musical knowledge and creativity, nothing is impossible, even transferring thousands of kilometers of distance in a creation of a new and unique musical expression.

This time Tamara had the pleasure of working with the Armenian piano player Karen Asatrian on her new project called IstrArmenia, which represents a meeting point of Armenian and Istrian spirits...

It is the synthesis of two musical journeys, two musical handwritings, two great performers and composers, both seeking for truthfulness by combining archaic language of their traditions with modern jazz expression.

The project will be presented for the first time on 12th February in Jazz club Klagenfurt, and the Croatian premiere will take place on February 14th  2011,  at the Istrian National Theatre in Pula.
 The work on the project will be followed by the production of the CD and further concert promotion.

Tamara Obrovac is an Istrian musician, singer, composer and flute player and one of the most important and versatile personalities on the Croatian music scene: 
By now she released 6 albums and cooperated on various theatre and film projects, she won numerous regional music awards, in 2004 she was even nominated for a BBC World Music Award. Besides that, Tamara is also a director of Valmar Jazz Festival in Poreč.

For more info, please visit:



Imagem Music, the world’s largest independent music publisher, has announced an agreement with Brett Gurewitz and his iconic label Epitaph Records to become the administration partner for the company’s publishing division, FIG Music.

This new agreement is a long-term, worldwide (excl. USA/Canada) administration deal including all existing FIG Music artists as well as future signings.
Epitaph Records was founded by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz, with the aim of starting an artist-friendly label from a musician’s point of view. Perhaps most well known for being the little indie from L.A. that spawned the 90s punk explosion, Epitaph stayed independent even while breaking gold and multi-platinum punk acts such as The Offspring, Rancid, NOFX, Bad Religion and Pennywise. It has hence grown into one of the most diverse and well-respected independent labels of its time, launching along the way, the two very successful sister labels: Hellcat Records, specializing in street punk, psychobilly & ska, and ANTI-, representing such distinguished artists as Tom Waits, Mavis Staples, The Swell Season and Neko Case


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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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