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Anjunadeep warmly welcomes acclaimed French-Canadian producer and live act CRi (aka Christophe Dubé) back for stellar upcoming single ‘Losing My Mind’ featuring longtime collaborator and compatriot Jesse Mac Cormack.

Keeping to CRi’s characteristic sound, ‘Losing My Mind’ combines the euphoric builds and releases of dance with a catchy pop sensibility. Melancholic but defiant, Mac Cormack’s vocals are the perfect accompaniment as he sings of the disillusionment of heartbreak; “Every day that goes by / Is burning your wings to the ground”.

‘Losing My Mind’ follows CRi’s infectious 2022 hit ’Something About’, which in less than a year has accrued almost 6 million Spotify streams and garnered support from tastemaker stations BBC Radio 1, KCRW, KEXP, Slam! and Beat 100. A household name in Canada’s electronic scene, CRi has increased his international prominence after the release of his 2020 debut LP ‘Juvenile’ and subsequent nomination for Electronic Album of the Year at Canada’s The JUNO Awards 2021, as well as being the first electronic act to ever headline Montreal Jazz Festival.

2023 is set to be a huge year for CRi, as he gears up to make some big announcements alongside already announced appearances at iconic venues such as Red Rocks and The Gorge.
Release date: 28 February 2023

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What Is Music?

Music is a powerful thing. It’s a way of communicating ideas, it has a profound impact on our emotions and it is a form of art that has value all on its own. It’s no surprise that music is a huge part of our daily lives. Whether we’re dancing to our favorite song or singing in the shower, music can make everyday tasks more exciting and enjoyable.

It’s no secret that music production isn’t an easy task. Music producers have to be creative, open-minded, and willing to experiment with new techniques in order to create something special. Whether it’s producing a new track for an artist or creating a moody ambience for a restaurant, there are many factors that go into making music and it takes a lot of hard work to produce a hit.

The question of what constitutes music has long been debated. Some philosophers, like Democritus of the 3rd century ce, argued that there was no fundamental need for it, and that it should be seen as a grace, while others, like Plato, saw an aesthetic importance in its symbolic nature, and in the idea that works of art could contain some measure of truth. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) ranked it low among the arts, distrusting its wordlessness, and suggesting that allied with poetry it might acquire conceptual value.

Music is sound that has been organized by using rhythm, melody and harmony. It can be made of vocal or instrumental sounds and it usually has a pitch, which means high and low notes. It also has a beat and dynamics, which are the loudness and softness of its parts. Even the noise produced by banging saucepans can be regarded as music, if it has a rhythm and a melody.

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