Cubicolor – Lose Your Senses (@CubicolorMusic)

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Cubicolor return to Anjunadeep with stunning new single ‘Lose Your Senses’.

With over 70M streams across their first two albums ‘Brainsugar’ and ‘Hardly A Day, Hardly A Night’, glowing reviews from The Independent, Clash Magazine and Popmatters and praise from fellow artists like RÜFÜS DU SOL, Tale Of Us, Dixon, Diplo, Jordan Rakei and Keinemusik, the British/Dutch trio has become synonymous with high-quality indie-electronic production.

‘Lose Your Senses’ sees the trio showcase their clubbier sound, perfectly balancing Tim’s dreamy vocals with darker, techno-influenced melodies.

Release date: 18th May 2022

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The Evolution of Music – Facts About Genres and Festivals

The history of music goes back thousands of years. Platonic dialogues posit the idea that music is symbolic and expresses universal truth. This view is shared by Aristotle and Plotinus, both of whom wrote in the third century ce. Both of these philosophers stressed the importance of listening to a variety of music styles. Today, music is a diverse and vital part of our lives. In addition to its aesthetic value, music has a powerful role in shaping our character and culture.

The evolution of music has changed the way we listen to it. No longer do we rely on radio DJs or CDs to play music. Instead, we are more involved in producing and listening to music. While once, record labels saw musicians as a means to generate money, digital platforms have provided an avenue for musicians to interact with fans directly. A recent article on the subject by Stacker discusses how these advances have affected the history of music.

In the past, musicians relied on the grassroots movement for exposure. Before the internet, most of the industry’s biggest stars hung posters on telephone poles, sold albums from their cars, and hired publicists to promote their brand. Today, however, music has embraced social media and has spawned a new breed of monetization. Through podcasts, YouTube channels, and social media, artists can now reach audiences directly, share intimate photos, and engage in political discussions.

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