Joseph Ray spinning his remix of @Tinlicker’s ‘Just To Hear You Say’ 💥 #Shorts

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Anjunadeep is excited to release ’In Another Lifetime (Remixed)’, a thrilling reimagining of Tinlicker’s celebrated album ‘In Another Lifetime’. The compilation features four brand new reinterpretations from the likes of Joseph Ray, Black Sun Empire, Malibu, and Mees Salomé, alongside acclaimed remixes from Reinier Zonneveld and Helsloot.

Release date: 29 July 2022

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Facts About Music Production

Before the advent of MP3s, the digital audio format MP3 was a novelty that was first used in the late 1980s. This format, which followed the MPEG and MPC formats, allowed the distribution of music without the need for physical media. However, there was one big problem with MP3s: they had a long shelf life. The first commercially released MP3 was made by Sub Pop in 1999. It became popular because it made it possible for people to listen to music without worrying about its quality.

Today, music is played in every corner of our lives. From jukeboxes to earbuds to concert hall speakers, it inspires us to move, dance, and enjoy life. It has enriched our lives, brought us together, triggered social revolutions, and even sparked congressional investigations. But the world of music has changed dramatically since its inception. While music was once a purely entertainment industry, today’s artists use their platforms to share personal photos, broadcast messages, and engage in political discussions.

Hip-hop, the sound of discontent and angry rebellion, exploded out of the inner city into the mainstream. It became popular with acts such as David Bowie and the Bee Gees. Then, the 1970s brought forth a new genre known as disco. This genre made the public apprehensive about the nature of urban life, and the music of gangsta rap helped make it popular. It was also an era when many other genres, such as reggae and soul, were born. Meanwhile, acts such as Patti Smith, James Brown, and the Dead Kennedys redefined the genre.

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