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Anjunadeep mainstay Marsh delivers a brilliant rework of Andy Moor & Adam White’s ‘The Whiteroom’.
First released in 2004 on trance label Liquid Asset, the original single became a firm favourite with Above & Beyond who played it in their standout BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix in 2004, and brought it back into the trance community’s attention when they included it in their set at California’s Dreamstate Festival in 2019. The original single saw a full re-release on sister label Anjunabeats in 2021, and has accumulated over 3M streams so far across all DSPs.
Marsh’s new ‘The Whiteroom’ remix was premiered in his set at London’s Drumsheds for Above & Beyond’s ABGT450 celebrations in front of a crowd of 10,000. Since then, it’s been a highly sought-after remix from fans and wowed again at Marsh’s performance in iconic venue Printworks London.
Marsh is a star on the rise, and one of the most beloved acts on the Anjunadeep label roster. This year alone, he released his remix of Above & Beyond’s ‘Believer’ on acclaimed imprint Cercle Records, recently starred at Anjunadeep’s sold-out takeover of the Brooklyn Mirage, and Above & Beyond’s Group Therapy Weekender at the Gorge Amphitheatre to a crowd of 22,000.
Release date: 12th August 2022
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History of Music and Music Festivals
Early Greek philosophers were drawn to the aesthetic and religious value of music, especially those of St. Augustine. However, he was both apprehensive about its sensual element and anxious that melody never overshadowed words. He echoed the Greeks in his thinking and also advocated a balanced musical diet. Music’s value was best understood by a philosophical lens. Historically, its place in culture and religion was complex.
The historical and social contexts of music have influenced its interpretations and practice. The role of music as an adjunct to other arts and activities has been well-documented. The history of music shows its importance in ceremonies, rituals, and musical theatre. The emergence of recording technology has increased the scope of the concert and its associated meanings. Today, any suitably equipped room can serve as a recital hall. The historical development of music has made it possible to apply different methods to musical composition, performance, and presentation.
The 80s saw the emergence of rap music, as well as the formation of various subgenres. While rock and roll remained a mainstay in LA, it branched out into numerous genres. Rock and roll bands typically feature a bass guitar, an electric guitar, drums, and lead vocalists. The songs in rock and roll are fast-paced and fueled by energy. The early LA bands created a legacy on Sunset Strip. However, in the 1970s, the punk rock movement was born. This movement spawned several bands that have been influential for music today. For example, bands such as Tool, Black Flag, and Germs have become world-renowned.