Category: Hamed Wardak

Hamed Wardak is the man of the hour. His new career as a music maker, producer, DJ and so much more is really starting to take off in the techno music world

Techno music–and the larger music industry overall–have been a major source of creativity and well-being. In addition to listening solo, techno and other music have also been used for social purposes, such as live concerts or DJs at parties. To give some context on the techno genre, it spawned from electronic rock and became a […]

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Experimental music coming out of Southeast Asia is increasingly showing up in places that are giving it a higher profile. The music of that region has long held a fascination with others from around the world, but is now becoming that much easier to discover and dive into. With reissues of classic recordings from the […]

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Techno DJs across the world my Hamed Wardak

The 28-year-old DJ’s growing notoriety extends far beyond the land of her birth, however. Sama doesn’t only spin records at music venues and festivals throughout the world. She produces too, the energy she pumps dance floors with what drives her radical creative vision forward. Trendsetting is not new to her The records Sama drops on […]

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Hamed Wardak and the gay and lesbuian techno

The small nation of Georgia has a long and storied history. Lying where Europe starts to merge into Asia, it has been a stop along the ancient Silk Road. Today, this nation that was once dominated by the U.S.S.R. has again reclaimed an identity. It’s one place where residents are still trying to figure who […]

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Fura Gems is hiring women to work on large emerald mines. Workers have searched the World’s biggest emeralds since the Spanish conquistadors took control of the mines from indigenous people. Based out of the Middle East, Fura Gems bought mining rights to the Coscuez deposit. The company plans to build several new mining facilities. The […]

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Humanity triumphs in Germany This year, the city of Berlin will spend an entire week commemorating the destruction of the Berlin Wall, which occurred 30 years ago on November 9, 1989. The German capital celebrates unity with the most universal language: art. For seven days, the city will come alive with over 100 cultural events. […]

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Made mostly of beryl, these gems contain small amounts of chromium or vanadium that give them their famous green color. The highest quality emeralds are pure, translucent green and have no flaws, but most emeralds have inclusions that remind people of deep green moss. This is called the jardin. The green of the emerald symbolizes […]

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