‘Anjunadeep Explorations 2022’ mixed by Daniel Curpen

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In anticipation of Anjunadeep Explorations 2022, held in in Dhermi, Albania, we proudly present a special mix in the form of over 4 hours of music from the Anjunadeep catalogue, curated and mixed by Anjunadeep’s A&R Manager Daniel Curpen.


[00:00:00] Douran ‘Sundancer’
[00:06:06] M.O.S. ‘Orchidea’
[00:13:02] 16BL & Wild Dark ‘Always’
[00:18:01] Qrion ’11-11’
[00:22:27] Yotto ‘Another Riff For The Good Times’
[00:27:28] Warung ‘Luminescence’
[00:34:49] Just Her ‘We Dance’
[00:39:45] Richie Blacker ‘2 Late 4 Love’
[00:44:42] Romain Garcia ‘Before You Go’
[00:49:54] Fluida ‘(I Am) Human’
[00:55:50] Ben Böhmer feat. lau.ra ‘Erase’
[00:59:58] VONDA7 ‘High Tide’
[01:04:06] Ben Böhmer feat. Malou ‘Lost In Mind’ (Volen Sentir Vision)
[01:09:30] Franky Wah feat. iiola ‘Bring Me Back To You’
[01:15:46] Lakou Mizik & Joseph Ray ‘Ogou (Pran Ka Mwen)’ (P.O.S. Remix)
[01:20:44] Marsh ‘Free’
[01:25:54] CRi ‘Something About’
[01:30:48] Durante & HANA ’13 Voices’
[01:36:29] Luttrell ‘Music For My Memories’
[01:40:36] Fingerprint & Spencer Brown ‘Santorini’
[01:46:34] Nicky Elisabeth ‘Fading’
[01:50:11] Simon Doty ‘Living Sound’
[01:57:10] Joseph Ray ‘Changing Lanes’
[02:04:22] Nox Vahn ‘And The Sky Opened’
[02:10:39] Jon Gurd ‘Emergence’ (Joseph Ashworth Remix)
[02:14:58] São Miguel feat. Sebastian Reynoso – Hope In Balance
[02:19:10] Icarus ‘Only’
[02:23:20] Anyasa feat. Barbie Rajput – Birha’
[02:28:00] My Friend feat. Lauren L’aiment ‘Heyoka’
[02:33:38] Tinlicker & Dosem ‘Hypnotised’
[02:39:16] Eli & Fur ‘Big Tiger’
[02:44:38] Boxer, Jody Wisternoff & James Grant ‘Sun Kissed’
[02:50:16] MOLØ ‘Alden’
[02:57:28] Arina Mur ‘Magic Wand’
[03:04:49] Nordfold ‘Letter To Lillehammer’
[03:09:48] Nils Hoffmann feat. Julia Church ‘9 Days’
[03:14:51] Makebo & Amonita ‘Back To The Roots’
[03:22:44] Cornelius SA ‘Soaring’
[03:26:40] David Hohme ‘Soft Landing’ (Jody Wisternoff & James Grant Remix)
[03:32:48] Tagavaka ‘Mostraumen’
[03:37:35] Jerro feat. Beacon ‘Go Back Now’
[03:42:53] Frost ‘Overtones’
[03:47:34] Braxton ‘The River’
[03:51:42] Jon Gurd ‘Rise’
[03:55:33] Ryan Davis ‘Hold On’
[04:02:09] Igor Garanin ‘Sunday Driver’
[04:11:07] Cubicolor ‘Lose Your Senses’
[04:16:11] Sinca ‘Mancora’
[04:21:25] Rezident & Biishop ‘One Good Reason’
[04:27:02] Elif ‘Random Act Of Kindness’
[04:33:39] Martin Roth ‘Organic Cold Brewed Hipster Funk’
[04:39:21] il:lo ‘Meliadi’ (edited)

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