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Germany-based producer Gorje Hewek unveils his latest EP, entitled ‘Celestial’, on Anjunadeep on July 25. This EP marks his first release on the Anjunadeep since 2019, when his and Izhevski’s laid-back rework of Belgian Eurovision entry ‘City Lights’ by Blanche eased onto the label, and began to make a splash at DSPs. To date, the remix has racked up 2M streams and is one of Gorje Hewek’s most popular tracks to date.
This new ‘Celestial EP’ once again showcases his beloved swelling, yet intricate musicality, and sees him collaborate with fellow organic house producers Volen Sentir, Dulus and Moya. With warm piano notes, delicate string leads and driving percussion, the ‘Celestial EP’ creates an organic and calming ambience, perfect for easy summer listening.
Gorje has previously released on labels such as All Day I Dream and Watergate Records, and leads Shanti Radio, a label that has released music from artists including Planet Funk, Makebo, Tim Green, and M.O.S. A celebrated DJ as well, Gorje Hewek has received support from the likes of Eelke Kleijn, Marcus Schulz, Lane 8, Sébastien Léger and Jonas Rathsman.
Having recently completed a tour of Mexico, as well as recently playing a multitude of shows around the world, including Anjunadeep’s Explorations festival, Gorje Hewek is now poised to embark on a US, Australia and South America tour across the latter half of 2023.
Release date: 25th July 2023
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What Is Music?
Music is the art of combining sounds along with elements like rhythm, melody and harmony to create a unique composition. It can be used for a variety of purposes: entertainment, communication, enriching our communities or connecting us with beauty. Sometimes it can even do all of these things at once, or very well indeed.
The process of producing musical works from the initial idea to the final product requires a high level of technical skills and an understanding of music theory. It is a complex and time-consuming process that involves a wide range of instruments and audio recording software.
The music industry is constantly changing, with the advent of new technologies and trends influencing the way we listen to music. For example, CDs are being replaced by streaming services such as Spotify and iTunes, and traditional radio is becoming less popular.
Music has become one of the most important aspects of human culture, and its influence extends across a diverse range of cultures worldwide. The use of musical instruments and vocal techniques has been a means of communicating ideas since prehistory. Some of the oldest known recordings were created using instruments such as a flute and a whistle.
The global popularity of certain musical genres varies depending on local cultural and linguistic influences. For example, pop music dominates Asia, with K-pop from South Korea and J-pop from Japan gaining momentum, whilst Bollywood, Mandopop and Cantopop are popular in China, reflecting regional linguistic and cultural differences. Meanwhile, rap and R&B are hugely popular in the USA, with artists such as Drake, Rihanna and Daddy Yankee making big waves in the global music scene.