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Enamour returns to Anjunadeep with his four-track ‘Revelator EP’. The American DJ and producer has previously released with Armada, Last Night On Earth, Get Physical and Einmusika, as well as remixing tracks from artists including Lane 8, Above & Beyond, Cassian, Nils Hoffmann, and Hayden James.
The EP will be Enamour’s second solo release with Anjunadeep following his 2021 ‘Say Hello EP’, which has accrued just shy of 7M streams to date. ‘Revelator EP’ is another example of Enamour’s signature blend of evocative melodies and driving progressive house that has earned him support from press and peers such as Sirius XM, DJ Mag, Mixmag, KCRW’s Jason Bentley, Eelke Kleijn, Gorgon City, Nora en Pure, David Hohme, and Dosem.
As well as including a ‘Sunrise Dub’ version on the EP, focus track ‘Healer’ also features the dreamy, pop-infused vocals of shobi (real name Margarida Falcao), otherwise known for her role as vocalist for electropop group Vaarwell.
‘With this EP I wanted to show my range as a producer while maintaining a euphoric and uplifting thread throughout the entire pack’ Enamour says. ‘These tracks have already created many special moments on the dancefloor, but I’m excited to see how fans connect with each of them; I find that emotional tracks like these have a lot of potential for healing, and listeners can engage with them deeply.’
Release Date: 20th September 2022
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Facts About Music Production and Genres
Music is an art that is regarded as having a universal nature. While most philosophers agree that music is an auditory phenomenon, there is disagreement in how it is understood. Aristotle, for example, believed that music is a form of art that expresses universal values. He also believed that works of art contain a measure of truth. The third century ce philosopher Plotinus also voiced the idea of music expressing universal values. He believed that music could mold human character and was an essential part of a good life.
In addition to being an aesthetic and emotional experience, music has a strong psychological component. Many people associate music with certain feelings, whether they are happy or sad. This is because music arouses emotions, which are closely related to values. For example, if a piece of music is accompanied by a story, the story behind the song will have a strong emotional impact.
Another important aspect of music is its cultural context. In the U.S., for example, hip-hop originated in New York in the 1970s, while rock’n’roll was created in Memphis in the early 1950s. While these genres spread across the globe, the U.S. has one of the most geographically fragmented music markets. According to a recent BuzzAngle report, 85% of all recording revenue is generated via streaming. However, it’s not always easy to evaluate U.S. music, particularly as local genres are often hard to identify or analyze.
The most popular genres in the U.S. are country, pop, and hip-hop. Country, which is the largest radio format in the U.S., has a 13.2% share of total radio listening.