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Legendary American musician Joe Joseph Bowie, the founder of the cult jazz and funk group Defunkt, considered by many as one of the best trombonist in the world, will play two concerts in Croatia this summer.

For several years now, Bowie is intensively collaborating with Croatian funk force, The Bastardz, who will join him on the stage. The first Joe Bowie and The Bastardz's concert will be held in Mali Lošinj on Thursday, July 22, at the main square. A day later, on Friday July 23, they will perform in Poreč at Trg Slobode. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the energetic funk with hits from these talented performers.

Joe Bowie comes from the famous musical Bowie dynasty (Lester Bowie, one of the best trumpeters, founder of the Art Ensemble of Chicago; Byron Bowie, saxophonist and arranger) and is considered by many as one of the best trombonists in the world. In his long career he has collaborated with leading names in the world of jazz, funk and beyond, and his band Defunkt, rocked the dance floors and jazz festivals around the world creating a unique combination of funk and jazz.

Bowie also collaborates with The Bastardz's, triple award winners of Croatian music award - Porin and one of the best Croatian musicians, on their sixth album – ‘The Bastardz 6 ' that will be released this year. We should mention that MC Stewlocks, a virtuous of rap, will join Bowie and Bastardz on their concerts in order to promote The Bastardz/MC Stewlocks single ‘Knock, Knock (Seems Were You sleepin ')' that will be released by IDM Music.

More information on www.thebastardz.com and www.jazzlosinj.com.


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Check out some of the biggest Blackout international hip-hop tracks produced by Croatian producers Baby Dooks, Koolade & Dash:

1. Bow Wow & Omarion - My Baby (Jump Off) (produced by Koolade)

2. Miri Ben-Ari - We Gonna Win ft. Styles P (produced by Dash)

3. Mizz Nina feat.Colby O'Donis - What you waiting for (produced by Koolade)

4. AKALA "Roll Wid Us" (produced by Dash)

5. Consequence - "Job Song"(produced by Koolade)

6.  Consequence Ft Glc And Really Doe - Disperse (produced by Koolade)

7. Samy DeLuxe - Warum (produced By Baby Dooks)

8. Masta Ace & Edo. G ft. Marsha Ambrosious - A's & E's (produced by Baby Dooks)

9. Masta Ace - Beautiful (produced by Koolade)



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.
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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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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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