Privacy Policy

As with most websites out there on the internet, our website uses cookies.

A cookie (as well as being a sweet treat) is a file that is saved to your computer when you visit a website. These help to do a few things:
– make the website work properly, quickly and safely.
– remember any settings between visits – such as what worked the last time you visited.

They also help to make our Music Map work properly, so you can enjoy the music of the

Cookies are also responsible for making sure that you don’t have to view the ‘Splash Screen’ each time you come to the site – thanks to cookies you only see it the first time.



It is possible to configure your web browser to either accept or reject cookies from a website. If your browser is set to accept cookies, and you continue to visit our site, then we will take this as your indication of your consent. You can disable cookies and still use our site, but it may not function properly.



Google Analytics

Cookies help to let us see (via Google Analytics) how many people have visited the site and what content is popular, and what isn’t. This is anonymous, so be rest assured that we’re not snooping on your browsing. You can opt out of Google Analytics (with certain browsers) – info on which you can find here:

There is also the chance that other services on our site – such as embedded videos from YouTube, may also cause cookies to be saved to your machine. The other services we use on our site include Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.


Why are we telling you this?

Well the European Union have introduced a new directive that makes it a requirement for websites to get consent for using cookies.  Nothing has changed at – except for the little cookie triangle in the bottom corner of the screen. The Cookies that we use are very much standard and in the true spirit of Abubilla Music and the foundation, we like to be open with you about our methods and how and why we do things.

We want to make you aware of this without being too intrusive, so we feel this is the best way to do it. You’ll also notice that all sites are starting to do it. The directive says that functions that are essential to the site are exempt, so sites with shopping carts that remember what you have added etc. won’t have to ask you, but sites like do –  and you will notice them asking you about it.


The ruling was passed a few years back, and they gave a grace period which expires on the 26th May 2012- hence we’ve waited as long as we can before adding this info.

Any Questions?

If you have any questions on the policy then please email us at info (@)