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Monthly Archives: December 2013

Tamer Abu Ghazaleh

December 18, 2013 Existing Artist Tips, S - T - U No Comments
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A restless and inventive performer and promoter of a wide range of music and artistic activity, Tamer Abu Ghazaleh is a leading figure in modern Arabic culture. The Palestinian singer, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer has over the past few years collaborated in many music projects, released a debut album and founded eka3 (2007), a regional platform dedicated to promoting, producing, distributing, and touring independent Arabic music (www.eka3.org).

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Hussein Sherbini

December 10, 2013 Existing Artist Tips, G - H - I No Comments

Hussein El Sherbini is one third of WETROBOTS<3Bosaina and co-founder of Epic 101 Studios. A producer/singer that has touched on a multitude of genres so diverse they span from Jazz to Techno.

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DMS facilitate placements with West One Music

December 9, 2013 Music News Blog No Comments
Been a busy year for us.
Met some amazing people and contributed to some great projects. It’s been very satisfying working along side composers and businesses that share our ethos and support our approach to working in the industry. We recently helped two talented song writers, Teeel and Yaiza Varona, place songs with fab independent library, the West One Music Group.
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Opportunity for Composers / Producers / Artists

December 4, 2013 Opportunities No Comments


If you’re a music production course leader/educational facility based in Haringey, Hackney, Tower Hamlets please get in touch. We may have revenue generating, industry related opportunities for producers/composers of a high standard on your courses.

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Get in touch and send us your music for review  – info@musicsolutions.org.uk



Cairo Time – Spoon Visits Egypt

December 1, 2013 News 2 Comments

BEBA Lunch at Four Seasons Cairo

My first time there (and hopefully not the last) it was truly a great experience. I’m missing Cairo already and wanting to explore other parts of Egypt, Africa and the Middle East generally.

I visited Cairo with few expectations other than wanting, like a sponge, to soak up as much as I could in the short time I’d be there. I tried to balance my time between embarking on ‘touristy pursuits’, mingling with real everyday folks and straight up business.

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