Khen – Yellow

• Buy/Stream:
• Follow Anjunadeep New Releases:
• Listen to the Anjunadeep Discography:
• Listen to Anjunadeep Radio 24/7:
• Join our newsletter for updates:

Renowned globally touring DJ and producer Khen returns to Anjunadeep with his double cut ‘Yellow / Jasmine’, following his 2018 debut ‘Closing Doors / Burgundy’ and recent Deep House remix of Above & Beyond’s ‘Every Little Beat’ on sister label Anjunabeats. Hailing from Tel Aviv, Khen has emerged from the dance music hot bed in Israel and onto the international stage, alongside the likes of Guy J, Guy Gerber and Sasha. Khen’s deep and organic production’s have seen him release on Lost & Found, Bedrock Records, Vivrant and more.

Showcasing his masterful command of blending dreamlike synths with punchy percussion, ‘Yellow / Jasmine’ solidifies Khen as a force within the progressive and organic house scene, demonstrated by his recent support from tastemakers including John Digweed, Hernan Cattaneo and Roy Rosenfeld.

Release Date: 9th September 2022

Follow Anjunadeep:
• Youtube:
• Website:
• Facebook:
• Twitter:
• Spotify:
• Instagram:
• SoundCloud:
• Reddit:
• Twitch:
• Discord:
• Join our newsletter:


Facts About Festivals and Music

Music is one of the most widespread forms of art. It has permeated all human cultures and societies. From the ancient world to the contemporary world, music has been a powerful adjunct of drama, ceremony, and worship. It has also been credited with the ability to reflect human emotion, and its emotional effects have been exploited in popular culture for all kinds of purposes, from psychotherapy to advertising.

In Platonic and Aristotelian theories of music, the relationship of music to its social, religious, and cultural context has been emphasized. The Greeks attributed wide influence to music, and Plato tended to treat earthly music as a shadow of the ideal. This skepticism, while beneficial to order, is evident in Christian history.

Music has also been regarded as an element of literature and of art. Composers of the 19th century exploited the distinctive sonorities of the various instruments and used the ability to control volume to their advantage. The expressive power of music is particularly apparent in works with literary associations. However, musical colour must be judged in context.

Festivals and concerts also serve as a vital source of income for local economies. In 2014, North American corporations spent $1.5 billion on music sponsorships. Ticket sales to music festivals alone generated over $183 million. That figure doesn’t account for merchandise sales or food and beverage sales. During April 2016, the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in California generated $704 million in revenue and added $106 million to the local economy.

You May Also Like