«This source of beats from Lublin. Borderlands. ‘You will find CDs and cassettes of music, which murmurs from behind the stove. Hush, loud, lovely. OBUH document any, interesting manifestations of creating art music – from folk to the experiment. OBUH affects your self, peers inside, soothes pain and compassion . Sometimes bites. Do not be afraid. music is more than just producing for rock, pop, or coarse fumes. Music is a challenge! Take it … » Full Catalogue OBUH find here following the presentation of the main obuszych teams: «
World Fusion from Istanbul
Elec-Trip Records is an independent label producing and releasing fusion & world music albums and its based in Istanbul, Turkey. Founded in January 2002, Elec-Trip Records produced various original albums mostly in ethnic-electronic styles and is currently working on new album projects and compilations including underground electronic musicians’ works as well. The main focus of the label is to reflect the fusion music from Istanbul by giving licences and distributions. Songs of various artists are also sent to world compilations and other label partners for releases.
Elec-Trip Records follows the management and booking of its artists and controls their publishing rights in and outside of Turkey. In Turkey, EMI is the exclusive distribution company of Elec-Trip Records.
«We are an independent record company presenting the new wave of jazz and improvised music in Norway. Jazzaway Records was founded by saxophonist Jon Klette in 2003. He is also the main composer/leader in the band Jazzmob. Their new CD «Pathfinder», 2003, was the first release from Jazzaway. The album was described as one of the best jazz albums of the year by critics in the Norwegian music press. Their energetic and hard swinging music deserves to be heard outside Norway.»
Electrecord is a Romanian record label founded in 1932. It served as the only record label in Communist Romania. It was then transformed into the national recording company, following the centralization-oriented socialist doctrine. Electrecord has survived until today and, in spite of its reduced popularity, it is still releasing a number of records every year.
In order to avoid disc importing from Western Europe and U.S., Electrecord was often demanded to release copies of some of the discs released abroad (just as recording companies in U.S.S.R. were doing themselves). Even today it is the subject of manyanecdotes complaining about the bad quality of Romanian discs; a comparison between an import and a local copy would be the most eloquent proof.
All in all, Electrecord had a very difficult task to maintain a good balance between the government’s demands and that of the artists and listeners. Despite the bad quality of recordings and lack of information with disk covers (regarding line ups and personnel), Electrecord proposed a number of collection discs, of which the most successful were those of the Formaţii de muzică pop series. (Translated as «Pop music bands», which became Formaţii rock – «Rock bands», starting with number four. One must keep in mind that even the word rock was a concept very difficult to accept by the regime!)
- Contemporary times
From 1990 on, Electrecord gradually lost market share as new recording companies emerged. However, some of the musical groups who had worked with them before have carried on until today. Aside from these cases, most of the discs Electrecord released after 1990 were either best of’s extracted from older recordings or remastered versions of LPs recorded years before.
Από την Τουρκία, τουλάχιστον εξάγεται πολύ καλή μουσική, -σε αντιπαραβολή με την πολιτική της κατάσταση-.
Καλύτερο παράδειγμα οι εξαιρετικοί Quartet Muartet.