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Recently featured in flagship label compilation Anjunadeep 13, Russian producers Makebo and Amonita present new single ‘Back To The Roots’.
With many releases to their name as solo artists on labels including Lee Burridge’s All Day I Dream and Shanti Moscow Radio, Makebo and Amonita have recently becoming a powerful production duo, and last year founded their own imprint, Rubicunda, which has already won support from the likes of Tim Green and Volen Sentir.
Their new single, ‘Back To The Roots’ features the unmistakable strings sample from The Verve’s 1997 track ‘Bittersweet Symphony’ and shows off the pair’s prowess for crafting atmospheric organic house melodies.
First showcased by Hernán Cattáneo in his 2019 Burning Man set, ‘Back To The Roots’ has already seen support from the likes of Nick Warren and Vintage Culture, and after it was played by Anjunadeep label bosses James Grant and Jody Wisternoff at Printworks London last winter, it has become a hotly sought-after record, with over four million plays on YouTube already.
Release Date: 13th May 2022
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The Evolution of Music – Facts About Artists, Genres, and Festivals
Throughout history, music has played a central role in human societies. The diverse range of musical styles, sonic environments, and genres has led to various alliances between music and words and physical movement. Music has long been used as an adjunct to rituals and drama, and is widely credited with evoking human emotion. Popular culture has consistently exploited the emotional effect of music, using it for everything from advertising to psychotherapy.
Stacker’s research on music has spanned over five decades, examining everything from its evolution and generational influences to the way we consume it. Throughout his career, Stacker has studied the changing relationship between artists, fans, and producers. Today, musicians use social media platforms to share intimate photos and spread their message, as well as engage in political discussions. Ultimately, this book offers a comprehensive, engaging look at the evolution of music as a medium.
Heavy Metal: During the 1970s, heavy metal bands were gaining popularity, with artists such as David Bowie and Debbie Gibson setting the tone for the genre. The genre reached its peak in the 1980s, with heavy metal bands such as Metallica and Twisted Sister introducing headbanging and wistful lyrics. In addition to headbanging, heavy metal continued the tradition of challenging mainstream culture. For many, this decade was a year of change.
Hip-hop emerged from the inner cities in the 1980s, becoming the most popular genre of rap. Artists such as Snoop Dogg and Tupac Shakur carved out a niche for themselves and became mainstream icons. As the 1990s went on, gang-related music emerged, and rap became synonymous with the slang terms of urban dysfunction. The N.W.A., for example, popularized gangsta rap, was the most popular genre in America, challenging institutions and capturing the hearts and minds of the young. The genre has since dominated the music industry.