Hosini at The Cove | Anjunadeep Explorations 2023

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Enjoy 3 hours of Hosini, live from The Cove at Anjunadeep Explorations 2023.

‘Lone Surfer EP’ marks Swedish producer Hosini’s fourth standalone release with Anjunadeep. After making his label debut in 2017, his tracks ‘Syna’, ‘8 Hours Still No Rain’, and ‘Froozen / Balloons’ have featured in four consecutive label compilations; Anjunadeep 09, 10, 11 and 12, and accumulated over 14 million streams to date.

Now, Hosini offers four new tracks on his ‘Lone Surfer EP ’ that are soothing and atmospheric in nature, combining warm chordal elements with bass lines full of groove, and rich, organic percussion.

A versatile producer, Hosini has recently released his cinematic EP ‘Beyond The Fog’ on Anjunadeep’s own ambient and downtempo imprint ‘Reflections’, and has been supported by names such as Parra for Cuva, Nils Hoffmann, Eelke Kleijn and BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong.

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The History of Music and Its Many Facets

Music is an art that, in its many guises, permeates every culture. It has long been credited with the power to reflect and shape human emotions. Its frequent use in psychotherapy, geriatrics and advertising testifies to the faith we have in its ability to influence behaviour. It also lends itself easily to alliances with words, as in song, and with physical movement, as in dance.

A recurring theme in the history of music has been an attempt to understand it, and to account for its effects. The Greek philosopher Aristoxenus, in his work on harmony, gave considerable credit to human listeners and their importance. He argued that the individual tones in a composition should be understood as parts of a whole, forming larger formal units. Later philosophers like the Stoics and Epicureans put more emphasis on sensation, but their uses of music were still rooted in Aristotle’s model.

The tried-and-true genre of the symphony attracted composers like Gustav Mahler and Dmitri Shostakovich, while the experimental work of Schoenberg and Claude Debussy was still grounded in tonality. Even such works as abrasive ragtime and the shrieking “Riot!” of rap have their roots in tonality.

Today’s artists — from Phoebe Bridgers and Mitski to the swerving Southern rock band Rat Saw God, who have just released their riff-ravaged album Twin Plagues on Dead Oceans — are exploring musical possibilities that extend far beyond the conventional limits of the classical tradition. In doing so, they have helped reshape our definition of what music is.

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