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Spotlight Video: “Hands on Humanism” ~ Europica

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The word "Humanism" dates back to the beginning of the Renaissance. It pertains to the positiveness of people and also the empathy that is felt amongst people. This is certainly evident throughout history and also in our world today, and these are the aspects that this short video by IndieGuild artist Pete Romanowski [aka Europica] focuses on. [Hands on Humanism]

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Spotlight Artist: “Mamavibe”

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A radical critique of the modern-day values system through reggae music. Born in Sardinia in 2009, Mamavibe has succeeded in a short space of time in becoming a talking point both in Sardinia and in Italy itself. Current official productions include "Vivere", a 3-song demo CD produced in 2009, and "Sete di Musica" (Thirst for Music), a full 10-track album published in 2010.

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Spotlight Video: “Crazy” ~ Mamavibe

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Founded in Sardinia in 2009, Mamavibe has succeeded in a short space of time in becoming a talking point both in Sardinia and in Italy itself. With a 3-song demo CD "Vivere" produced in 2009, a full 10-track album "Sete di Musica" published in 2010, a number of classy music videos, regular summer tours and more new songs in the pipeline, Mamavibe are ready to spread their music to reggae fans around the world.

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IndieGuild Artists: “Mamavibe”

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Mamavibe: a radical critique of the modern-day values system through reggae music. With their remarkable capacity to express strong but at the same time constructive messages regarding social questions in a perfect mix of atmospheres and styles ranging from New-Roots to Dub and including the powerful Step and vibrant Acoustic melodies, Mamavibe's dynamic live performances have quickly led them to become a talking point both in their native Sardinia and in the whole of Italy itself.
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