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The Council (2007-09-27 11:01:26)

Adefinite fine blend of genres and meshed together in a very unique way ,loved it/chazz5 - The Council


"Latinos Kretinos"
"Electro World Jam"
"Agrupacion platino: 20 Grandes Exitos"
"electro monstruos"



DedeLand Music produces grooves and songs in any experimental mixture of world music styles.

"Electro World Jam" is DedeLands latest output, featuring musicians from around the world jammin' throught electronic samples, world music beats, acoustic instruments, experimental sounds, haunting moods, exotic soundscapes. and deep melodic & harmonic content. Performed by multi-cultural musicians around the globe exchanging files and “virtually jamming” against each other’s tracks. Files assembled, mutilated, arranged, metamorphosed and edited by Daniel “Dédé” Diaz in Paris.

"Agrupacion Platino " is a Latin Pop project where Dedeland music features compositions by Daniel Diaz/Daniel Fernandez/Anibal Fernandez in several Pop Latin styles: Latin Rock, Boleros, Candombe. Poetic and Passionate Lyrics meets classical songsmith's changes and melodies, like they used to write...
In this EPK you'll find songs from our new album "Electro World Jam", but please check for more info about previous Electro/Latin CD "Latinos Kretinos" featuring boleros, tangos and bossanova's classics with experimental new electronic arrangements, LatinPop and Bolero compositions, and much more!

Born in Buenos Aires , Argentina in 1963 , Daniel Díaz began playing bass in 1980. In 1983 he started to study theory, harmony, and bass and a year later he was working as a professional, backing several singers in small clubs around Buenos Aires. During the eighties he continued studying (harmony, counterpoint, ear training etc.) and attended several courses and clinics such as orchestration with Carlos Franzetti, improvisation with Gary Burton, production and bass with Pedro Aznar, tango history and language with Horacio Salgán, and Argentine folkloric rhythms with "Cuchi" Leguizamon.
In 1992 he traveled the U.S.A where he studied improvisation (with Bruce Gertz and Oscar Stagnaro at Berklee College of Music in Boston) and bass (with Mark Egan and Percy Jones in New York City and Alexis Skjlarevsky in LA.).
In 1993 Daniel recorded his first album: "The Years Alone ", released in the US and Canada in January’1996 by North American label Green Linnet/Xenophile. The Years Alone's eleven songs combine traditional argentine rhythms like Zamba, Chacarera, Cueca, etc. with non-traditional structures and sounds inspired in rock, jazz, and classical styles. In that album Daniel Diaz played most of the parts (bass, keyboards, guitar, percussion, drums, etc.) but included guest appearances from many fine South American players. He continued his career as a leader/composer with “Segundo Ciclo”(1997) released worldwide in 2002 by Timeless Records, Netherlands.
Since 1997 he lives in Paris, France, where he’s been performing with several argentine-latin-jazz-tango groups, producing, recording and performing live. He’s now performing with classical baritone Jorge Chaminé and french singer/composer Elise Caron.
As a composer/Producer he just finished a double album of film/TV music for french publisher Cezame/Koka Media.