Daniela Karagi – @laMammasitta  

Daniela Karagi – @laMammasitta  .

Daniela :
“Over the years my profession allowed me creating and building stores in a very high quality materials and style. Further than that i had the opportunity to create and build two houses in the Brazilian Atlantic forest in the area of Itacare in the state of Bahia. Traveling is a very important factor in my profession and essential for my personal values. Im familiar with many top destinations and real estate markets in the world but mostly in the areas of Greece, Germany, Switzerland and Brazil / Bahia. I have an eye for detail a good feeling for space and im able to recognize the highest standards of quality and style. Im very flexible, i learn fast,  im goal oriented and able to work independently. I can quickly join the team but i don’t hesitate demanding situations if necessary. From me you can expect reliability, commitment, discretion and the strictest confidentiality. “





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Name: Daniela Evangelia Elisabeth Karagi
Date of Birth: 18.08.1972
Nationality German / Greek
Address: Josefstrasse 151, 8005 Zurich, Switzerland
Education: Fashion School Esmod http://www.esmod.de
(Munich / Germany) 1992-1994
Certificate in Design, Styling, Cut
Fashion School Veloudakis
(Athens / Greece) 1990-1992
Certificate in Design, Styling, Art
Languages: German, English, Greek, Basic Portuguese
Essential Skills: Entrepreneurial spirit with the creative flair to drive a business forward,
Good judgments and decision-making skills,
Discreet, professional,
Pro-active and able to show initiative/ideas,
Positive work ethics and ability to multi-task,
Ability to identify problems, demonstrate use of initiative and implement
appropriate solutions,
Good eye for detail and organizational skills,
Able to work with stringent deadlines.
Computer Skills: Macintosh, Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Internet uses.
Hobbys : Traveling, Fashion, Shopping

Facts :
Retail Buyer and fashion adviser on freelance basis with a limited time working agreement for a Luxury Online Store STYLEBOP.COM
( Womenswear, Meswear, Accessories and Lingerie ) http://www.stylebop.com

Manager, Buyer and Fashion-consulter for the Multi-Brand Store LOVERS LANE in Zurich, Switzerland
( Women Accessoires ) http://www.loverslane.ch

Company consult-er and coordinator with four months limited agreement for the international Fashion fare STARK in Berlin
( Women and Mens clothing and Accessoires ) http://www.stark-berlin.com

Franchise Manager for the international Lingerie Label Agent Provocateur in Zurich, Geneva in
Switzerland ( Women Lingerie ) http://www.agentprovocateur.com

Fashion Designer and Product Manager with one year limited agreement for the Yoga Label Andama in Zurich, Switzerland
( Women and Mens Sportswear ) http://www.andama.ch

Company consultant and coordinator on freelance basis with one year limited agreement for the Yoga and Spa company AIRYOGA in Munich, Germany and Zurich Switzerland. ( Spa and Wellness ) http://www.airyoga.com

Head of Design and Fashion consultant for the Denim Fashion Label Attias Textiles in Zurich,Switzerland.
( Mens Sportswear ) http://www.teddys.ch

Head of Design for the Fashion Label Pash in Munich, Germany
( Women and Mens Clothing ) http://www.pash.com

Assistant Fashion Designer and Stylist for the Fashion Label Pash in Munich, Germany
( Women and Mens Clothing ) http://www.pash.com

Sales assistant and fashion consultant for the Fashion Agency Klauser in Munich, Germany
for Women and Mens collections
( Women and Mens clothing and Accessoires ) http://www.modeagentur-klauser.de

Assistant designer for interior-Design and Decoration in Greece



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@laMammasitta   – Mammasitta’s Art Network

@laMammasitta   – Mammasitta.

“She was fierce, she was strong, she wasn’t simple.
She was crazy and sometimes she barely slept. She always had something to say.
She had flaws and that was ok.
And when she was down, she got right back up. She was a beast in her own way, but one idea described her best.

She was unstoppable and she took anything she wanted with a smile.”
R.M. Drake


And When I Need You Most

Into The Rabbit Hole

And When I Need You Most

i can’t seem to find my way
lost in cloudless sky

you are the reason why i have been waiting so long
too long
but we are never together,
maybe we should
or perhaps not

but we are wasting away

i try to believe in all your words, the knife that stuck my back
i try to grow with your conscience, hating everything about myself

i should come down on my own
but we are both just dreams,
everything that is gone
holding on to something


believing in finding a way,
can’t seem to find,
lost my thought
craving for insanity
everything that we believe

are dust
hopes of the never after

and we can never find our way home

and when i need you most
when this gun is finished with me
borrow me your soul
we’ll fly away
shoot ourselves in the head

maybe then,

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“I am rising ” – by Anja Matthes #revolverdocs

“I am rising ” – YouTube.

found this post and loved it ! Luv to ALL of you !

Man Prayer !!
Maybe i be a man
whose confidence comes from the depth of my giving
who understands that vulnerability is my greatest strength
who creates space rather than dominates it
who appreciates listening more than knowing
who seeks kindness over control
who cries when the grief is too much
who refuses the slap, the gun, the choke, the insult, the punch
may i not be afraid to get lost
may i cherish touch more than performance
and the experience more than getting there
may i move slowly not abruptly
may i be brave enough to share my fear and shame
and gather the other men to do the same
may i stop pretending and open the parts of me that have long been numb
may i cherish respect and love my mother
may the resonance of that love translate into loving all women and living things


One Billion Rising !! !#menrising !!

Funky Gong | Hard Rock Café Bali – Friday & Saturday 14 Dec – 5 Jan | The Beat Magazine

Funky Gong | Hard Rock Café Bali – Friday & Saturday 14 Dec – 5 Jan | The Beat Magazine.

Japanese musician Funky Gong has been playing guitar in bands since 1980. He tuned into the decks during the 90s and has been combining an eclectic mix of psychedelic rock and dance beats ever since. He’s back in town for a month long stint at Hard Rock Cafe Bali and the beat had the chance to pose some questions last week before his opening gig.



1. What would you call the kind of music you play? This time I prepared a very special and new style Funky Gong rock set influenced by the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s classic rock and I play mash up electro style. Everything mixed up together! I use pioneer FX for looping, beat krush and delay filters etc… Sometimes I will play electric guitar to give a more live emotional feeling!
2. Has your music been evolving lately, morphing into some new foreign territory? Yes! I am brushing up a new Joujouka album while I am in Bali. Our sound is very new and we are planning to go on tour 2013. I am getting inspiration in Bali to work for my upcoming solo album with more tribal, bass, many rock styles, tech house, African beats and maybe 70s funk like “mixture techno”. My DJ sets include many more styles now like techno and progressive beats. I love 80s punk, new wave, metal, hip hop very much and rock n roll of course. Jeff Beck’s “What Mama Said” or Mick Jagger’s “Think” I like very much. At the moment my heavy rotation play is a techno track “Phunk  Investigation / Say Goodbye (Tomcraft Remix) / Tiger Records”.
3. You’ve played a number of times in Bali before, what were the highlights on those occasions? 66 Club with Joujouka for New Years Eve 2007 I think and a Boat Trip to the Gillis for Love Movida 2005 with 5000 Watts Sound System and F Lounge for New Years Eve and very fun underground Party 2006 with Suicide Glam organized by Mammasitta, my Manager (Massivevibrations). Oh and big Madskippers party together with Rinko, Tsuyoshi and Theo , Gibran from Jakarta and Alex Joy. Very much fun with all my friends together. One time I also played at Home Café.
4. You were playing in bands during the 80s. Then joined DJ Tsuyoshi Suzuki to form JOUJOUKA, breaking new ground in the rock/dance music world. What do you like best about the live guitar and dance beats mix you guys have come up with? We want to make images for the techno, house, electro, and trance party DJs imagining Jimi Hendrix among us! I want to give the experience! I think it’s a very very exciting situation to combine rock with dance music. I’m not Jimi Hendrix but I play Jimi Hendrix tracks sometimes to create a live atmosphere like in the old days.
5. You are going to be playing at Hard Rock Cafe for a whole month of weekends until January 5. Are you playing with the DJ or with the band? What’s it all about? I’m invited to play as a DJ this time but will play electric guitar tracks with my original music from my last album “blow”. Hope I can come back with our live five piece band Joujouka another time. Tsuyoshi misses Bali so much.
6. Can the Hard Rock crowd expect anything different from you this time around?  I have a totally new DJ style! Never been heard before. I collected so many good rock tracks from the 50s until now. Just wait and rock on with me Bali! Bali is such a good inspiration for me because it’s a very spiritual land. I meditate every day and there’s a good energy for the gigs. I am very thankful for coming to Indonesia many times.

 You can catch Fungky Gong Friday and Saturday nights for the next few weeks live at Hard Rock Café Bali.

Funky Gong


Loveintents x Massivevibrations X Sabre X Huu Bali X DIPLO

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Diplo | Hu’u Bar – Thursday 06 Dec

via beatmag.com


Sabre & Johnnie Walker proudly presents

a Massive Vibrations & Love in Tents production

/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\ DIPLO (Mad Decent) /\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\


Opening act by: SAMMYTHEBULLET

Thursday 6th December 2012

at Hu’u Bar Bali

Cover Charge: 200K

Photographed by The Bali Party.

Supported by:

Johnnie Walker

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Known internationally as a curator amongst the worldʼs most cutting edge DJs, producers, and musical movements Wesley Pentz (better known as DIPLO) has experienced a variety of successes. The last few years have been spent running through the club circuit and having chart-topping hits with refreshing irreverence. Born in Tupelo, Mississippi, in 1978, Pentz spent most his childhood in Florida working in his father’s bait shop and being turned onto music through then-new mediums like MTV. Drifting North through the state came Miami Bass, and from the West came the sounds of Southern Hip-Hop artists. The musical influence and variety coalesced, and at 18, Pentz moved to Philadelphia for college at Temple University to study Film and Music. While a student he took a job in the South Philadephia community as a social worker and created the influential Hollertronix club night, which was the beginning of his fledgling career as DIPLO.

In 2004, Pentz realesed his debut album as Diplo called, “Florida.” It received praise and accolades in the underground community. The music embodied on this album led to an introduction via an A&R man at XL Records to M.I.A. In 2004, he partnered with M.I.A. for the mixtape “Piracy Funds Terrorism.” Pentzʼs cultural impact had started to snowball. Together they worked on her first album “Arular” and much of her second “Kala,” including the 2008 mega-hit “Paper Planes,” which reached No. 3 in the U.S. Charts and earned him a Grammy nomination for Record of the Year. His production credits have evolved since to include Santigold, Lilʼ Jon and Missy Elliot, while remixing works by Beck, Radiohead, Britney Spears and countless others. In 2009 Pentz teamed with frequent collaborator Dave Taylor (aka Switch) to release the futuristic dancehall album “Guns Donʼt Kill People… Lazers Do,” under the guise of Major Laze — a Jamaican militant at war with an evil army of zombies, mummies, and vampires.

Meanwhile, his record label Mad Decent has helped to introduce Brazilian baile funk, Angolan Kuduro, and other marginalized music to clubs around the world, developing as a trendsetting force with which to be reckoned. With the same mission in mind, some of the varied acts Pentz has signed or produced include Rye Rye, Bonde do Role, Crookers, Blaqstarr, Boy 8-Bit, Buraka Som Systema, and Rusko, allowing Mad Decent to act as a launching pad or home base for many others while spreading its influence across the globe. Through the label, Pentz has founded a charity called Heaps Decent as a social relief program to help children in Australia as well as with additional efforts internationally. In early 2009, Pentz debuted his film “Favela on Blast,” a five-years-in-the-making documentary exploring the Brazilian slum favelas of Rio de Janeiro and the thriving baile funk music scene that exists within. He is currently developing a TV show to air in 2010.

Through a widespread assortment of releases and artistsʼ works – from cumbia
to dubstep to punk and beyond – Diplo has shown dynamic range with interests that span far beyond any singular culture or musical realm, standing as a working model for the truly 21st Century artist.

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Think Twice !

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Maya Angelou just sent me an email. She really did. She wrote,

“My grandmother and my uncle experienced circumstances that would break your heart. when they went to vote, they were asked impossible questions like, “How many angles can dance on the head of a pin?” When they couldn’t answer, they couldn’t vote. I once debated with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. about whether an African-American would ever be elected president. He believed it would happen within the next 40 years at the time – I believed it would never happen in my lifetime. I have never been happier to have been proven wrong. And since President Obama’s historic election, we’ve moved forward in courageous and beautiful ways. More students can afford college, and more families have access to affordable health insurance. Women have greater opportunities to get equal pay for equal work. Yet as Rev. King wrote,”All progress…

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