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Following the release of his recent EP ‘Digital Futures’ on Anjunadeep, renowned Spanish DJ and producer Dosem returns to the label with his latest three-track EP’ Time After Time’. A regular on the label, Dosem’s penchant for pumping melodic and progressive house has seen him supported by the likes of Tale Of Us, Maceo Plex, Hot Since 82, Gorgon City and more.

Opening the EP is ‘All The Love’, featuring an echoing vocal sample and percussive laden grooves whilst title-track ‘Time After Time’ features vocals from Britihs singer-songwriter Diana Miro. Closing the EP is ‘Recovery’, featuring a slow burning lead characteristic to Dosem’s dark, progressive productions.

Release Date: 8th June 2022

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The History of Music Festivals

Whether it’s music that’s played in jukeboxes, earbuds, or on speakers at concerts, music has the power to move us. Throughout history, music has made us laugh, cry, and dance. Today, music is a vastly different beast, and its effects continue to change. Music can be found in every corner of the world, from a home studio to an entire stadium or arena streaming music to keep fans happy.

In the 1970s, glam rock, defined by outrageous costumes and pageantry, was born. The second half of the decade saw disco as the new mainstream. Acts like the Bee Gees and Gloria Gaynor were at the forefront of disco, and Bob Marley brought reggae to the masses. Similarly, artists such as James Brown and Stevie Wonder brought funk to the mainstream, while acts like Depeche Mode and Black Flag influenced and challenged society.

In the 2000s, hip-hop exploded out of the inner city and made its way to mainstream audiences. Artists such as Run DMC, the Beastie Boys, and Public Enemy helped bring the genre to the masses. However, the rap genre was soon branded as vulgar, and gangsta rap became a staple of the decade. The music of N.W.A. and others challenged mainstream values, and was widely popular among young people.

Nowadays, music festivals are popular all over the world. Generally, a music festival is a series of performances at a particular location and on a theme. The festival could celebrate national music, promote a particular composer, or focus on modern music. In some cases, the festival even involves a contest between composers and performers. But there’s more to music festivals than just competitions. The history of music festivals is rich and varied.

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