Hosini – Cope

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‘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.

‘Lone Surfer EP’ is out on August 29 via Anjunadeep.

Release Date: 29th August 2023

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The Meaning of Music

Music is an art that, in one form or another, permeates all human societies. It is produced in a bewildering profusion of styles, some contemporary, others engendered long ago. In addition to its many practical uses, it provides entertainment and plays a significant role in culture. It also gives people an outlet to be creative, helps us understand beauty and has value on its own.

Music can evoke strong emotions that can change your perception of the world around you. For example, happy songs make you feel happier and sad ones help you correlate with the hard truths of life. In fact, a study conducted by the University of Groningen found that when listening to certain music genres, your perception of your environment changes, making you see things in different ways.

In more practical terms, it can alter the body’s response to physical exertion, help improve motor skills and refine sensory awareness. In more menacing applications, it has been used as psychological warfare to wear down the resistance of hostages and to torture terrorists.

Philosophical analysts tend to divide over the question of what music means. Those who believe that music carries meanings independent of language call them referentialists, while those who argue that music is not meant to communicate anything but itself are called nonreferentialists or formalists. The debate over the meaning of music is a point of contention that, like all philosophical discussions, raises more questions than it settles.

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