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Korvaks (Auckland,  New Zealand) cannot play a musical instrument with sufficient skill to be called a musician, but he has never let that dampen his desire to create music.

Fortunately for him, technology and his beloved computer make an inability to play no longer a barrier.

He decided to combine his interest in learning to programme instruments with his interest in Esperanto.

Having been inspired by Mazi en Gondolando and feeling an affinity toward the anti-hero Korvaks, he adopted the name as his own.

And so we present Memorante Gondolandon, five songs of electronic music for your enjoyment, free of charge.

The EP can be downloaded from June 11, 2021 on the album page, see here:


Music video "Komputilo" by Korvaks:


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As planned, Id.c.'s new album Fulmerford (initials dc) has been released in Lp Vinyl (Long play Vinyl), CD and digital formats.

Based on his well- known style of pop music, saturated with melancholy to varying degrees, the singer, without judgment, and half seriously, as it were, comments on our modern world with subtle texts evoking important and less important current topics... without forgetting the virus!

Produced by i.d.c. and distributed here by Vinilkosmo.

From June 1, 2021, you can discover and purchase Fulmerford in your desired format here:

More information on the artist and his discography available here:

Video clip of the song Urba naturo (Urban Nature)

Release of the EP "MArta kaj JOmo kantas MAYOMA-n"

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(MArta and JOmo sing MAYOMA) is six-track EP and a typically Esperantist collaboration between songwriter MAYOMA, who lives in Kinshasa, Congo, and musicians-singers from Toulouse, France. Eleven years ago, Mayoma and jOmO collaborated for Vinilkosmo’s EP Majoma and jOmO afrikumas, but this time Marta, a new young singer, comes to strengthen the team with her beautiful feminine voice and her natural ability to produce vocal harmonies. This musicality certainly comes from her childhood when she heard her father (jOmO himself!) perform and sing at home or on stage.

The result of this collaboration is available from today (30 aprilo 2021) at Vinilkosmo:


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BaRok Projekto surprises you again with exciting songs.

Its music is a mixture of Folk Metal and  powerful Metal Rock with characteristics of Baroque, classical, and folk music, with texts about the Brazilian Tupí mythology, the native culture, and a political point of view concerning Brazil’s first inhabitants.

In their new album Kvin Jarcentoj, they present diversified pieces of music that take our soul to distant places; during this journey we left the heart of the Amazon Forest and invaded the national parliament.

Kvin Jarcentoj is the most recent musical work of the Brazilian metal band. It marks a new heavier and folk metal phase with the voices of Muniz and Milhomem. The texts still deal with the indigenous culture; but now, not on Tupí mythology, but on the present issues relating to the first inhabitants of Brazil, the politics and the social relations of the natives in the present time.

For this new album, the band counted on the special participation of: Kimera, Fred Mika, Linda Le Nepveu, and Zdravka Bojčeva.

From May 26, 2021 discover it on the platform here:

Kvin Jarcentoj teaser

Official release of KJARA's single "Mozaiko" on VINILKOSMO

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Today, April 14, 2021, is the day of the official release of KJARA's digital single Mozaiko on VINILKOSMO.

Mozaiko is Kjara’s new song translated / adapted into Esperanto by Federico Gobbo, which officially appears as a single on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, two years after her first Esperanto album (Blua horizonto) on the day commemorating the death of Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof, the founder of Esperanto.

Discover, listen and order the single Mozaiko now on:

Kjara's artist page:

ABONKLUBO subscribers will find it on:


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