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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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The Elements of Music Production
Music does so many things for us. It’s an aural tool that communicates information, it can enrich our communities, it provides entertainment and it can get humans in touch with beauty. It can also just be a lot of fun. Singing in the shower, dancing around the house, or enjoying live performances all can make our lives more exhilarating.
Music producers are responsible for putting together an artist’s raw talents, ideas or songs into a finished musical product. They often have engineering backgrounds and act as the liaison, taking the artists’ desires and translating them into a technical language that can be applied to the recording process.
They have an encyclopedic knowledge of music, are up to date on today’s formats and genres, and know how to use the gear they own or have access to. They also know when and how to add instrumentation, whether it’s bringing in a guitar for the pre-chorus, or adding synths to the final chorus for a climactic impact.
When you listen to a song, try listening for the elements of Music; Dynamics, Form, Harmony, Melody, Rhythm, Texture and Timbre. It’s a great way to develop your critical ear and help you improve your own compositions. Try keeping a listening journal of songs that you enjoy and try to figure out how each element is being used. It might open your ears to new styles and sounds you wouldn’t have considered before.