Anyasa (AKA Anish Sood) on fire at #Anjunadeep Explorations 🇮🇳🏝 #Shorts

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• Release Date: 30th March 2022


Goa’s Anyasa (AKA Anish Sood) plays his high-energy single ‘Raina’ (feat. Chitralekha Sen) on the Splendor Stage at our 2022 Anjunadeep Explorations festival.

Direction & Editing: Klement Brahaj
Camera: James Barnes
Coordinator: James Ware


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How Music Has Shaped Our Lives

Whether you listen to it on earbuds, on the walls of a concert hall, or on the radio, music has influenced our culture. It has entertained us for centuries, made us laugh and cry, and fueled revolutions. Music has also changed our lives, and continues to do so. Regardless of the genre, it has the power to affect us emotionally and physically. In this article, we’ll discuss the different ways in which music has shaped our lives.

As music evolved, new technologies emerged to make it easier to share it. The first compact discs were released in 1982, and by 1999, 200 billion CDs had been produced. Unlike older formats, compact discs did not use magnetic tape, but digital optical recording, which inserted playable tracks directly into polycarbonate plastic discs. They also produced superior stereo sound. The technology paved the way for the proliferation of portable music. People began to replace their tape collection with CDs and MP3s in the 1990s.

In the 1980s, a new musical movement emerged in Seattle. Bands such as Soundgarden and Pearl Jam were the standard-bearers of this new style. Other bands such as Blues Traveler adapted a style that owed its influence to the Grateful Dead, a pioneering psychedelic rock group from the 1960s. The deceased band member Jerry Garcia passed away in 1995, but the Grateful Dead’s style lives on and the band continues to tour under a different name.

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