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Brighton-based DJ and producer Braxton returns to Anjunadeep with his three-track EP ‘SpaceTime’.
Since his debut on Anjunadeep with ‘When The Sun Goes Down’, Braxton has been steadily earning a reputation in the dance scene as a formidable producer, with a number of solo production including his recent release with Lauren L’aimaint ‘Holding On’, and remixes for the likes of RÜFÜS DU SOL, Tourist and Grades that have won him support from BBC Radio 1 and Sirius XM.
A fan favourite from the label’s flagship compilation Anjunadeep 13, Braxton teams up with Jody Wisternoff & James Grant on ‘SpaceTime’, featuring vocals from Ursula Rucker. ‘The River’ features a bold bass and lush pads whilst EP closer ‘(Don’t) Wake Me Up’ leads with break beat drums characterstic to Braxton’s sound. Braxton’s latest EP demonstrates why he’s been supported by Eelke Kleijn, Sasha and Eli & Fur.
Release Date: 30th May 2022
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The Philosophy of Music
The philosophy of music has varied from time to time, but there is one constant: it is an essential part of the human experience. Plato, the first Greek philosopher, considered music to be a branch of ethics, arguing that music has symbolic value and a relationship with human character. Plato thought that music should be simple, direct, and accessible, and that its complexity is a source of disorder. In addition, Plato believed that music echoes divine harmony, because its melodic and rhythmic forms imitate the movements of heavenly bodies. This view of music reflects the moral order of the universe.
The history of music has changed radically. Musicians once stapled posters to telephone poles to attract fans. Today, musicians use social networks and YouTube channels to spread their message. Artists are now more empowered to be involved in political discourse and engage in more intimate interactions with their fans. Music has never been so influential. While this has changed the way music is consumed, the role of the music industry is more important than ever. Whether it is live concerts, podcasts, or music videos, music can be found in almost any setting.
In the 1980s, the Paisley Underground and the hard rock movement emerged. Bands like Guns N’ Roses and Patti Smith were prominent representatives of this movement. Alternative rock, on the other hand, evolved and drew influences from other genres. Famous bands in this genre include Tool, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Linkin Park. This era also saw the rise of nu-metal. With these trends, music has been a major part of the American culture for many years.