Dancing Diva releases Tango Fusion Club Vol 2

Released on = March 1, 2007, 4:15 am

Press Release Author = Propagandapussy

Industry = Media

Press Release Summary = Following the amazing success of 'Tango Fusion Vol.
1′, now Munich-based label Tango-Go of dance artist and producer Sonja Armisen
comes up with the follow up release 'Electronic Tango Flavoured Beats'

Press Release Body = MUNICH, BAVARIA, Germany -- March 1, 2007 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE)
-- Sonja Armisn, Tango Fusion Club founder, announces the release of a second CD,
"TangoFusionClub Volume Two: Electronic Tango Flavoured Beats," which has a
distinctly refined, and electronic flavor.
The decision to release this CD followed the amazing success of "TangoFusionClub:
Electronic Tango Beats Volume One." Tango-Go, a Munich-based label, was created by
dance artist and producer, Armisn. The CD is a disarming mix of traditional
Argentine Tango and modern electronic beats; it features exclusive tracks by Ryuichi
Sakamoto, Karoll, Marope, Dellakimera, Celda, Armisn, and more.

"This most recent compilation contains soft melodies for lounging about,
sophisticated beats for music freaks, and off-the-hook clubby pieces for the
electronic dance floor," Armisn said. "However, every song still stays true to the
melancholy passion that pervades traditional Tango music."

Armisn is also a passionate dancer, having taken Jazz, Modern, Flamenco, Afro and
Salsa classes as a teenager. Along with her Argentinian husband, she visited Buenos
Aires and immediately fell in love with the Tango. As a result, she feverishly took
up Tango, and over 10 years ago, opened a Tango dance school.

She is also an avid club dancer and began to seek ways to combine her passion for
Tango and electronic club music. The result was a groundbreaking tango-dance floor
mix that she created in 1999. However, at the time, no label was interested in this
type of crossover music.

Some years later, after the Gotan Project had successfully released its first
"electrotango" songs, Armisn realized that the time for tango-dance floor
experimentation had arrived.

She was inspired to build a music label and collaborated with musicians and used
songs licensed directly in Buenos Aires; she produced the first electrotango CD in

At the same time, she created a new dance style - "TangoFusionClub-Dance," a mixture
of Tango and freestyle dancing. She organized club events to bring TangoFusionClub
music and dance together and has spent much of the past three years teaching, being
a Deejay and growing the TangoFusionClub scene in Munich as well as other parts of
Europe and the United States.

Armisn's Deejay colleague, Stefan, contributed three songs to this new CD and a
former Deejay colleague did a playful remix of a well-known Carlos Gardel song.

Armisn had the idea to create a cover of Ryuichi Sakamotos "Rain." For "Marope,"
she brought together clarinet player, Massimo Soavi, Bandoneon player, Peter Reil,
and producer Stefan Rogall. As a special bonus, she has included four pieces that
were released on vinyl in 2005, which are special club remixes made by well-known
German Deejays such as Malente and Christian Prommer.

For more information, visit: www.tangofusionclub.com

Media Contact:
Oezlem Guenay
of Propagandapussy
+49 89 4524 770

Web Site = http://www.tangofusionclub.com

Contact Details = Propagandapussy
Oezlem Guenay
Karlstrasse 54
80333 Munich

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