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Santa Klaus in the house 24. December 2007
I hope you're enjoying your short holidays. As a little present for Christmas, simonv.com is an elegant black beauty now. Have a great New Year's Eve and all the best for next year!

Heat Surge 24. September 2007
A new record is here: The Heat Surge EP with Telmo his Between Two Worlds on the other side. As a special bonus, Across The Universe and All By Myself are available for download as part of the Santorin 2003 EP.

Favourite unreleased tunes 06. August 2007
Over the years I've written music that didn't see the light of the day because of label matters. I've put them online for your listening pleasure. If you've been wondering what I've been up to since my last update in March: I'm working on a new vocal album and training my singing.

First Listen 01. March 2007
Listen to what's currently happening inside Simon V's studios.

Releases on: Under Construction, Santorin and Super8Sound 12. November 2006
Out now: Santorin - Supernatural / Return of Tomorrow
Imminent on Santorin: Simon V - Lighthouse / Brooklyn & Simon V - What Do You Want?
Coming on Super8Sound: Santorin - On The Rise / Confidential Thoughts

Digital Christmas 01. November 2006
Digital Christmas officially ends here. It's a complete album.
Burn all 11 tracks on CD and pass it to your friends now.

Rukous 24. October 2006
When young girls take their secret love to the grave, it's time to listen closely.
This month's Digital Christmas guest is Laura Ryhänen.

After The Rain 24. September 2006
Let the rain wash away your pains and blue clouds will open up with warm rays of light. You feel it's time to move your feet with a holiday beat.

Telmo A. - Saudade 24. August 2006
The famous saudade of the Portuguese is a vague and constant desire for something that does not and probably cannot exist. It's Telmo A. as this month's Digital Christmas guest MP3.

Sundance 24. July 2006
In the hot and lonely deserts of Africa, medicine people of all tribes gathered to find a cure for modern day rock music. They suggested fusing tribal dance rhythms with electronic amplified sounds. Stomp with your feet here.

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