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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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Music Production and Festivals in Georgia
The roots of the Penn Central Wind Band are in jazz, but its members also draw inspiration from rock, classical, and contemporary composers. It was formed in 1994 and has received the Sudler Silver Scroll award for community bands of excellence. The band has also performed at the national convention of the Association of Concert Bands and the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association conference. The band’s director is William Kenny, a music professor at Bucknell who has been teaching for 32 years.
The world has been influenced by the development of music festivals. The first was the Glyndebourne Festival in Sussex in 1934. The next year, the Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama began in Edinburgh. The Cheltenham Festival began in 1945 and is dedicated to contemporary music. Some of the world’s oldest music festivals are also held in the United Kingdom.
Atlanta is home to a wealth of talented musicians. The city is home to R&B, hip-hop, and pop stars, including B.o.B., Ciara, and Lil Jon. Country stars like Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean also have roots in the area. Lady Antebellum, X, and Casting Crowns have all made their mark in the world of music.
In Georgia, live music is flourishing and the state hosts many festivals and concerts throughout the year. The state has many concert venues that seat from 100 to 20,000 patrons. The Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood, the historic Fox Theatre, the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, and the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park are just a few of the many venues for live music in the state. There are also many signature music festivals throughout the state, including the A3C Hip Hop Festival, the AthFest, Music Midtown, and the Savannah Music Festival.