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Free Ashes and Dreams 'Havana' Stems

NEWS: Ashes and Dreams shares stems for their entire album for DJs to remix and sell under a Creative Commons ‘Attribution Only’ licence

Another The New Beatmaker favourite comes through with festive / New Year goodies.
From electro-pop duo Ashes and Dreams:


FREE STEMS TO USE: Ashes and Dreams gives away stems for their entire album

DJs free to remix & sell their creations under ‘Attribution Only’ licence

(December 24, 2017 - Winnipeg, Canada) – Merry Christmas, DJs! Electro-chill artists Ashes and Dreams have decided to give away the stems for their new album,Havana, under a Creative Commons’ Attribution Only license.

This means DJs can download and remix any of the 12 songs from the album, even sell their remixes, and owe nothing to the artist – as long as they include the band’s name and original song title in their remix.

DOWNLOAD the free stems from Ashes and Dreams’ Havana album here:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4kn0sbir72d4gqg/AADUGvq81QKr7zLQeHQaBDpRa?dl=0

The move to distribute the free stems fosters a spirit of collaboration Ashes and Dreams has been embracing over the past couple of years. The band previously partnered with international DJs in 2017 to remix it’s upbeat dance track, Gonna Work Out, resulting in 18 remixes from Austria to Australia. 

The new Havana remix rules are much more generous. 

“We pray to God that our new DJ friends will sell their remixes and make millions,” Ashes and Dreams’ guitarist & producer Liv Mircea says with a laugh. “If our name is there, all good.”


LICENSE DETAILS: 

Creative Commons - Attribution Only license: This license lets others distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon your work, even commercially, as long as they credit you for the original creation. This is the most accommodating of licenses offered. Recommended for maximum dissemination and use of licensed materials. https://creativecommons.org/licenses

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Download Ashes and Dreams ‘Havana’ FREE STEMS: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4kn0sbir72d4gqg/AADUGvq81QKr7zLQeHQaBDpRa?dl=0

Listen to Ashes and Dreams: https://open.spotify.com/album/3i5CLDx6n1rG0EIwYrO4eX

Learn more about Ashes and Dreams: https://www.facebook.com/AshesAndDreams1

For more info, please email:

hello@dreamhousebeats.com


About Ashes and Dreams:

Lisa Saunders and Liv Mircea may be separated by an ocean, but that isn't stopping the determined duo from making big waves in the electro-chill | indie-dance genre with their musical project, Ashes and Dreams. Lisa lives in Winnipeg, Canada while Liv lives in Weston-Super-Mare, UK. Recently signed by the Dream House Beats label and distributed by Believe Digital UK, Ashes and Dreams’ recordings have received global airplay on stations like Ocean Radio Chilled, Chilled Lounge Grooves, Stingray Digital satellite radio, DJ Ampz' The Deep Chill, and SBS Chill Australia.  Lounge Masters International also selected Ashes and Dreams' deep chill track Heat Down Low for its world-wide compilation CD Lounge Masters Vibes vol. 12.

Ashes and Dreams’ 2017 release, Havana includes a mix of dreamy dance tracks and uplifting, soulful tunes, that are seamlessly linked by Lisa's warm, hypnotic alto voice and Liv's distinctive guitar work and electronic production. This year sees a bright future for Ashes and Dreams, who were recently chosen to host Dream House Beats’ new deep house/indie-dance podcast, The Dream House.

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