Forma – Hold You

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Argentinian trio Forma, aka Juan Hansen, Pablo Damian and Rocio Giorgi, make their Anjunadeep debut with their three-track EP ‘In Control’. With releases on Edu Imbernon’s Fayer imprint, Spectrum Spools and The Bunker New York, the trio have taken their sound global, playing live performances in countries including Brazil, USA, Canada and China.

Title track ‘In Control’ opens with the EP, combining lush synths with warm vocals courtesy of band member Rocio. ‘Still Alive’ features broken beats and vocal chops whilst ‘Hold You’ leads with vocals from Pablo. The trio’s latest demonstrates their unique blend of synth pop and dance music that has seen them supported by Gorgon City and Nandu.

Release Date: 27th May 2022

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Five Ways Music Has Shaped Us

We have come a long way since the days of jukeboxes. Now, we can hear music from our earbuds, in walls of speakers at concerts, in bars, clubs, and restaurants. We can also feel emotions through music, and it has always inspired us to smile, dance, and laugh. Music has shaped our culture in many ways, and it’s only going to get better. Here are five ways it has shaped us.

Hip-hop began as underground music in the 1960s, but it soon entered the mainstream with the rise of heavy metal, a genre made popular by artists like David Bowie and the Bee Gees. Rap quickly became associated with sexuality, drug use, and urban dysfunction, and artists like Bob Marley and the N.W.A. helped put reggae on the map. During this decade, hip-hop fusion was born and the 1990s saw the rise of XXXTenta Franklin and Jimmy Jam.

In the 1980s, the popularity of compact discs increased, and over 20 years, more than 200 billion CDs have been sold. The compact disc did not use magnetic tape but instead relied on digital optical recording, embedding playable tracks onto thin polycarbonate discs. Its superior stereo sound made it an instant hit, and it was a great way to transport music on long car trips. But the ubiquity of MP3s meant the rise of downloadable music, and music piracy became a major problem.

International competitions involving the world’s greatest musicians are also becoming more popular. The Maggio Musicale Fiorentino festival began in 1827 in Florence, Italy, and has been held annually since. The Queen Elisabeth of Belgium prize and the Tchaikovsky competition were established in 1958 and 1961, respectively. During the late 19th century, music festivals spread to Paris, Berlin, and the Czech Republic. Nowadays, there are many more festivals, and many concerts of modern and contemporary works are being performed around the world.

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