James Shinra – Hold On

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Anjunadeep is excited to welcome James Shinra to the label with ‘Mainline EP’, a four-track release rooted in electro and breakbeat.

The UK-based producer and DJ has been cultivating his sound since the mid 2000’s, and since his first vinyl release on Null+Void Recordings in 2015 has gained notable support within the UK electro scene. Shinra has released with Feel My Bicep, Craigie Knowes, 20/20 Vision Recordings and more, and gained DJ support from Sasha, Pete Tong, Bicep, Hammer, John Digweed & Ida Engberg to name a few.

‘Mainline EP’ is heavily rooted in the evolution of electronic music that inspired Shinra; it is laden with trance and acid melodies, driving rave breakbeats, 808s, and low rolling basslines. Whilst the EP is inherently club focused, Shinra’s dissonant melodies maintain a powerful sense of introspection and melancholy, distinguishing the record from others in the electro genre.

Release date: 7th September 2022

Visualiser: Jules Roze @rezozero_

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The History of Music – Facts About Genres and Festivals

From ancient times, music has had multiple forms. Some forms have been around for a long time, while others have just been around for centuries. The history of music has many different interpretations, but the basic idea remains the same: Music is a form of art. While some music forms are purely aesthetic, others have a religious and spiritual purpose.

The history of music theory is rich in controversy. While the majority of music theorists agree that music has meaning, there are also those who reject any deep program. A major example is the philosopher and musicologist Leonard Meyer, who in 1956 wrote Emotion and Meaning in Music and incorporated a variety of perspectives. Meyer believed that music is both a language and a sign, but that music also has symbolic and extrinsic meaning.

Over the years, music has become more personal. Gone are the days when listeners were limited to what their local radio station played. Streaming services such as Spotify have allowed listeners to choose what they want to hear. New technologies have also influenced the way that music is produced. For example, where record labels once viewed musicians as a money-making commodity, today they have direct contact with their fans.

The Smiths formed in 1982, and decided to sign with an independent label rather than a major record company. In their early days, the Smiths were known for their music, but were unable to get their work released on a major label. The Smiths signed with a smaller label and went on to release their debut album in 1983.

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