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“Without music, life would be a mistake” – Friedrich Nietzsche

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September 2016

International music day October 1st

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International Music Day or World Music Day is a concept too good to believe and the best part is that it actually exists. Yes, International Music day or the IMD was initiated on the 1st of October in 1975 by Lord Yehudi Menuhin. It was first organized by the International Music Council on 1st of October, 1975, in accordance with the resolution taken at the 15th General Assembly in Lausanne in 1973.

The International Music Council (IMC) or the guardian of the IMD was founded by UNESCO in 1949. The IMC is the world’s largest network of organizations, institutions and individuals functioning in the field of music. The International Music Council encourages and fosters musical diversity, access to culture for everyone and unites organizations in some 150 countries worldwide in building peace and understanding among people cutting across class, culture and heritage.

The IMC in its bid to establish a global harmony through the music, celebrates the International Music Day and with special focus on organizing musical events, radio and television programs and press recordings. Amidst all this the onus is also on building up an environment more conducive and hospitable to music-on the practice, consumption and the general aura of music. So, an important zone of interest is also struggle against the pollution of the sound environment and quite interestingly the IMC proposes that each country should maintain a few moments of silence on the International Music Day, and use that silence to listen to music played out in main city squares.

On International Music Day, the desired aim is to create a global atmosphere of music, a platform for people to come together with their diversities and mingle to make one unified whole. Like any other artistic or cultural celebrations the day is generally to celebrate art and to successfully realize these activities, it is essential to mobilize all means at our disposal in the 21st century-the radio and television, concert societies, opera companies, amateur societies; a great many different types of localities should all be used to their best advantage.

In various countries the day is the perfect opportunity to organize grand concerts by roping in the greatest musical artistes of our. Also common are random musical events and talent shows to seek out the new and emerging musical artistes- to build up a treasury of the old and new in the world of music. Music after all is the greatest unifier in humanity and all significant social events have musical pieces dedicated to it. No event is better recognized or defined than by music which defines and completes a perfect human social and aesthetic experience.

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Sexy September

This is what happened in September at The Breathless Resorts, at some of the most beautiful cities, real paradise venues, Puerto Morelos and Los Cabos in Mexico & Punta Cana in Republica Dominicana. The Sexiest DJ’s on earth, DJ Rhiannon, DJ Da Candy, Olga Ryazanova, Willy Monfret, Tanja La Croix, and Charlotte Devaney went there throughout the month of September with the best grooves and mixes to make the best party ever at these resorts.

 

 

Dj Da Candy

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DJ Rhiannon

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DJ Amely

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Deep, Funky & House! Kinjo Music

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Born in Montreal , December 2006, Dave Allison created the label to release only the best in quality deep, funky and underground house music.

Over the past 5 years, the label has upheld a high standard , signing tracks and remixes from such artists as: Giom, JT Donaldson, Joss Moog, Hector Moralez, Kinky Movement, Husky (Random Soul) , Drop Out Orchestra, Joshua Heath, Neighbour, Vernon & Dacosta, Biboulakis, The Littlemen, and many more.

Just about every big name DJ with a taste for the funk in their sets has dropped Kinjo Jams. Including:
Mark Farina, Derrick Carter, Diz, DJ Heather, etc.

 

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