DIBABA + NEWCLEUS = BLEEEEEPS

Newcleus

Dibaba has made a complete new rework of the 1984 classic “Destination Earth” by the space funksters Newcleus. 1984 was a good year, but the future is now!
Buy the track at www.juno.co.uk

TOP REVIEWS FOR DEBUT ALBUM

Dibaba’s debut album “Songs for Good Lives” have received top reviews all over… 6/6 in Raveline and 4/5 in De Bug for Germany. 4/5 in DMC Update and iDJ for the UK. And there’s more! Nice…

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WE ARE STARDUST (WE ARE GOLDEN)

The tune “We are stardust (We are golden)” have been out for some months now. And it’s a really limited run, so it can be a little difficult to get hold of. Forgot to tell you all about it, sorry!

KILL ROCK’N

Dibaba has released the single Kill Rock’n'Roll (Let It Bleed) in the digimpro-format (.di). With this new music format users can play around with the tune and create their own remixes. Read more and buy the track at: www.digimpro.com.

NEW P3-INTERVIEW

Check this link and hear Olle explain in Swedish national radio P3 why he wants to kill Rock’n'Roll. (In swedish of course!). The link will stay up only for one week, so don’t hesitate.

TOP REVIEWS FOR KILL ROCK’N

The first single from Dibaba’s upcoming debut album “Songs For Good Lives” is now released. The EP is called “Kill Rock’n'roll (Let It Bleed)” and has received top reviews in both DMC Update (5/5) and DJ Mag (4.5/5). The record has also bounced up and down the Zzub-chart. It has DJ-support from Tiga among others. And hey! It also includes a great remix by Tomas Andersson (Bpitch)!

THE BEAR QUARTET TRIBUTE OUT NOW

Olle and vocalist Kåre Vernby have done a version of “If You Have A Heart” by the swedish cult band The Bear Quartet. The result can be heard on the tribute album “Money Talks”. Other artists on the album are The Concretes and Bad Cash Quartet.

PRAISE FOR NEW REMIX

Patrick Turners new record “Organica” (Airtight) gets the bleep treatment from Dibaba. The result is a “Detroit-influenced tune but with a definite housey feel”, according to the latest issue of DJ Mag. “One of those tunes you will happily listen to twice in a row, start-to-finish, and thus deserves the highest praise.” Well almost… DJ Mag gives the remix 4.5 small shining stars - out of 5.