Catherine “Nina” Hagen (born 11 March 1955 in Berlin) is a German singer, actress and songwriter. Considered the German Godmother of Punk.
Since 1982 , when her Band “Nina Hagen Band ” was founded she made music , in her long career she tried a lot of musical genres and often played together with different other musicans.
Nina is really a multifaceted musician.
Her is her song “Heiss ” from her debut album (because it´s so hot here in germany currently )
Zither Manä, born as Manfred Zick is a bavarian zither player, born in 1947. He’s one of the greatest musicians in the nearest area around our village. Listen to him playing Pink Floyd on the Zither:
Julian Duckstein is a german minimal music producer. Listen to his nice piece “Tanzen bei Vögeln”:
Amiina is an icelandic indie pop and neo-classical band, formed in 2004. Listen to their song “What are we waiting for”:
Modà is an Italian pop rock band from Milan. Formed in 2002, the band currently consists of lead singer Kekko Silvestre, guitarists Diego Arrigoni and Enrico Zapparoli, bass guitarist Stefano Forcella and drummer Claudio Dirani, here is their song – Scusami ( forgive me )
and the pop version
DJ Angelo started his DJ journey in the age of 16. His talent of mixing and producing nice relaxed house sounds has propelled him into being a prominent and well – known name in the house music scene not only in his home country, Greece, but internationally as well. Listen to this awesome ‘DJ Angelo Fantasy’ Remix’ of “Africa” from Melissa Nkonda:
I Am Oak is the dutch band of Thijs Kuijken from Utrecht. Their nice indie folk music is very successfull and they already won several awards. Listen to their nice song “Trees and Birds and Fire”:
Actually this one is like a weekly recommendation for you. Elektroschneider is an austrian electro minimal house project from Graz. Listen to the nice song “Dialogue”:
Patrick Talmann is a german DJ and producer from Berlin. Listen to the nice one “Kleine Welt”:
Toni Igy is a russian DJ and producer. Listen to his nice tracl called “Petagramma”: