Music from Denmark – Mames Babegenush // Klezmer

Mames Babegenush (english: mom’s aubergine salad) is a modern Klezmer band from Copenhagen, Denmark. Formed in 2004, they have released four albums. Have a listen to their nice song “Moldavian Trainspotting”:

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Music from Germany – Dunkelbunt // Klezmer

Dunkelbunt, born as Ulf Lindemann in 1979 in Hamburg is a german producer, musician and DJ, who’s now living in Vienna, Austria. Have a listen to his amazing song “The Stojka Empire” featuring Harry Stojka:

Music from Serbia – Goran Bregovic

Goran  Bregovic (March 22 1950 )  is a musician and componist from Sarajevo . In former Yougoslavia he was one of the founder of the very popular rock band biejelo dugme (White Button) where he played guitar, he was one of the creative member of this band . As composer he worked for Iggy Pop and Cesaria Evora ( what a difference !)

(Today died Michail Kalashnikov at the age of 94, the inventor of the AK-47)

Here is Bregovics song Kalashnikov – Balkan Polka Pop Beat with 100% party factor

 

Ego vs. Emo – Ego vs. Emo

I think it was about one year ago, when I wrote the first time with Tobi from Ego vs. Emo. Now, they released their first album ‘Ego vs. Emo’ on September 20 2013.

Ego vs. Emo: Ego vs. Emo

Genre: Electro, Balkan, Fusion

Ego vs. Emo is a german electro, balkan and fusion band from Göttingen. The three musicians are playing a live violin, saxophone and drums and are completed by a soundman on stage. Their music is a really interesting mix from balkan to electro through deep melodies and harmful sounds. Continue reading “Ego vs. Emo – Ego vs. Emo”

Music from Germany – Dunkelbunt

Dunkelbunt, born as Ulf Lindemann in 1979 in Hamburg is a german producer, musician and DJ, who’s now living in Vienna, Austria. Listen to his nice piece “La Revedere” featuring the Amsterdam Klezmer Band:

Music from US – The Underscore Orkestra

The Underscore Orkestra is one of the most peculiar style that i’ve heard. They play  a blend of Balkan, Klezmer, Gypsy Jazz and Swing. How can it be possible?  Well, listen to ” Blue Draggish”.