Archive October, 2016


October 25, 2016

Broma16 participated in a closed conference in Barcelona for copyright societies and companies involved in the direct licensing – SUMMUS 2016.

The company has met with representatives of the collective societies from France, Spain, Portugal and Australia, as well as companies such as YouTube, Beatport and SoundCloud. The issues of licensing and transparency in the distribution of the copyright royalties have been discussed. The parties have also agreed on the licensing of the repertoire represented by Broma16 on different territories directly, increasing the revenue collection and reducing the time of the payments by eliminating the middle companies from the rights registration chain.

No comments

John De Sohn – Control

October 20, 2016

Swedish pop-producer and DJ John De Sohn has released a new EP and single “Control” featuring a talented vocalist Venior.

John De Sohn received his first international success in 2012 after the release of the single “Long Time” featuring Andreas Moe.  ”Long Time” was certified platinum in Sweden and made the Top 10 Billboard Dance Radio Chart and held a top position for several weeks. In our country, John De Sohn gained popularity after the release of the “Dance Our Tears Away” track in 2013, which also got him an MTV Europe Awards nomination for the Best Swedish Act.

His latest creation “Control” consists of five tracks including the hit songs – “Keep on Dancing” and “Happy Hours“. Each track on the EP is a unique blend of soulful vocals and synth elements that won’t leave you indifferent.

Download the single and the EP on  iTunes.

No comments

Broma 16 x The Irma Records

October 14, 2016

Broma 16 is pleased to announce that we have signed a licensing agreement with Italian leading and most respected record label The Irma Records. We are excited to be representing Irma’s extensive catalogue and promote their vision on our territories.

The Irma Records was established in 1988 by Umbi Damiani and Massimo Benini in Bologna. From the start the label had a significant impact on raising House scene in Italy and gained its first international success with the production of Soft House Company, Be Noir and the dance hit “Found Love” by Double Dee which topped multiple charts around the world including the USA Billboard Dance Charts, holding the number 1 position there for 9 weeks.

Since then The Irma Records had developed artists like Montefiori Cocktail, Kaleidoscopio and Max Sedgley and was one of the first labels to exploit genres like Lounge/Chill Out, Drum’n’Bass engraving its name forever in the music scene.

No comments