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Dimitris Panopoulos, the mastermind behind ΩMEGA VIBES, first struck Gold with their hit single “The Heart And The Soul” in 1995.

The following year saw the release of their album “Renaissance,” which not only established Omega Vibes as a force to be reckoned with in Greece but also catapulted them into the European and Asian music scenes. The album sold over 30,000 copies and paved the way for their next release, “Diaspora” (1999), which was praised as “boundless music” and went on to sell over 100,000 copies in 17 different territories across Europe and Asia.

Their third album, “Atmosfera” (2003), showcased a stylish electronic sound that evolved from rock to east with contemporary lounge-ethnic colours. The album featured very special guests such as Emma Shapplin, Goksel, and Lavrentis Maheritsas. With their fourth album, “Oti Fovithis” (2009), ΩMEGA VIBES expanded their multicultural sound and incorporated electro-world signatures into their music.

For the past eight years, ΩMEGA VIBES has been living and producing music in Los Angeles, all while working on and completing their new fifth album, “Till The End.” The album features a mix of electronic, ambient, and world music and promises to deliver a one-of-a-kind listening experience. Their latest albums “Day by Day” released in April 2021, “Meteora” released in May 2022, and “Everlasting” released in July 2022 continue to be full of multicultural songs and colours.

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Their impressive roster of live performances includes sharing the stage with musical icons such as Bjork, David Bowie, Lou Reed, and Ricardo Da Force (KLF). ΩMEGA VIBES has also performed at numerous festivals across Europe and two concerts with French artist Wes, as well as a series of concerts at clubs in Greece. One of their most memorable performances was on Lycabbetus Hill in Athens, where they dazzled the audience with their musical prowess.


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