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Join Enamour, as he takes us through how he made ‘Healer’, taken from his recent ‘Revelator EP’.
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 Festivals and Streaming
Streaming has become a central feature of the music industry in the U.S., and the number of streams has grown dramatically in the last decade. According to a BuzzAngle report, streaming now accounts for about 85% of recording industry revenues, compared to a global average of 38%. The vast array of genres and local musical cultures make it difficult to assess American music from afar.
Since the early twentieth century, amateur musical competitions have become more widely organized and attended. The International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM) was founded in 1922, and since then, the organization has held many summer festivals in different cities. The first festival was held in Osaka, Japan, in 1958. Music has long been an important part of contests to test artistic skills, and the ancient Greeks included it in the Pythian Games in Delphi. The eisteddfod in Wales dates back to the 12th century, and troubadours competed at the puys near Saumur, France.
Today, radio broadcasts include news, talk shows, and other non-music content. However, radio still remains the primary medium for music consumption, especially in the U.S., where its penetration is highest. While the use of radio in vehicles may seem outdated in the age of streaming music, the medium still serves an important role in many lives.