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Released between April and June this year, Eli & Fur’s ‘Follow The Dark’ EP has been their first conceptual release since their 2020 debut album, ‘Found In The Wild’.
Both parts of the ‘Follow The Dark’ concept have already accumulated seven million streams across DSPs, as well as an impressive list of support on BBC Radio from Sian Eleri and Danny Howard, Kiss FM, Capital Dance and SiriusXM Chill.
‘Where I Find My Mind’, ‘Temptation’, ‘Last Train’ and ‘Where Do We Go From Here’, are now reworked by Cristoph, Rezident, Maxinne, Velero, Sam Luck, Hugo Cantarra and Eli & Fur themselves. The remix album opens with a piano-infused rework of ‘Last Train’ from producer and Pryda regular Cristoph, then smoothly leads into deep and moody remixes from Rezident and Eli & Fur and a choppy tech-house take from Maxinne on ‘Temptation’, finally ending with some high-energy reworks from Velero, Hugo Cantarra and Sam Lux.
Eli & Fur have been touring all over the world throughout the summer, playing sold-out shows in venues such as New York’s Brooklyn Mirage, Ibiza’s ANTS Ibiza, and London’s E1, and are going to be part of Anjunadeep’s first label showcase at iconic outdoor Colorado venue, Red Rocks, on November 5.
Release date: 22nd August 2023
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What Is Music?
Music is the art of composing and arranging sound to express ideas and emotions in an organized form. This can include melody, harmony, rhythm and tones that have an impact on the listener’s experience. It’s been used for a long time as a medium to share and communicate ideas and feelings. It’s also used to entertain us and connect our hearts with beauty.
The production of Music includes many aspects such as recording, editing and mixing. It can also involve writing and improvising. There are a variety of different instruments that can be played to produce sounds such as guitars, keyboards and drums. The human voice is also a great instrument to use in making music.
Musical genres have evolved over the years and have become a major part of our culture. The classical era gave way to the Romantic era and eventually the Modern era of our century. However, a new type of music has emerged that is taking the center stage in our cultural discourse, and it’s pop. Artists like Taylor Swift, Beyonce and Mariah Carey are some of the most well known musicians today.
There’s no definitive definition of what is considered to be music, but there are some general theories. Molino explains that, “Anything that can be listened to and enjoyed by people is music.” Nattiez adds that “music is a label for a totality of different aspects which are culturally constructed.” He gives examples such as the masked trio in Mauricio Kagel’s Con Voce (With Voice), where sound, an essential aspect of Music, was omitted and gesture, a less essential element, was given primacy.