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Handpicked by curators James Grant & Jody Wisternoff, Anjunadeep 14 – The Selection hosts 6 highlights from the label’s annual compilation, featuring PROFF, Igor Garanin, Legato, Duke Boara, Nōpi and exclusive James and Jody remixes of Natascha Polké and LAR.
Kicking off the EP is a remix of Above & Beyond’s ‘Surge’ from Russian producers PROFF and Igor Garanin. First debuted during Above & Beyond’s ABGT500 Deep Set, PROFF and Igor Garanin add an organic house spin to the original, leading with an array of percussion and intricate countermelodies.
James Grant and Jody Wisternoff collaborate with British producer LEGATO on ‘Petals’. With releases on All Day I Dream, Eton Messy, When We Dip and Nightcolours, LEGATO demonstrates his distinctive style in his latest collaboration.
Duke Boara returns to Anjunadeep with ‘Woodwick Close’. Having first debuted on Anjunadeep 12, Duke Boara has since gone on to release his debut album ‘11am’ which has gained over 8 million streams and support on BBC Radio 1.
Anjunadeep welcomes Natascha Polké back to the label with a James Grant & Jody Wisternoff edit of ‘Loose Lips’. Natascha debuted on the label in 2022 with ‘Cranes’, a collaboration with Nils Hoffmann, and has had further releases on This Never Happened, Hive Music and Definition:Music. Leading with Natascha’s enchanting vocals, James and Jody stamp their mark with signature percussive-led rhythms and warm chords.
‘Freefly’ is the second collaborative cut on the EP, with Ukrainian producer Nōpi, Jody Wisternoff & James Grant. Nōpi first debuted on Anjunadeep in 2020 and has since gone on to release his outstanding four-track EP ‘Gray Cloud’ on the label.
Rounding off the EP is a Jody Wisternoff & James Grant remix of LAR ‘Collide’. Hailing from the UK, LAR debuted in 2021 with his release on Monstercat Silk and has since gone on to release on Colorize, Eton Messy and Zerothree.
Release Date: 25th April 2023
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What You Need to Know About Music
Music is a very complex field and there are many things that go into the production process. There are a lot of different people involved in this, and they all need to work together in order for the project to be successful.
One of the most exciting facts about Music is that it has a vast amount of applications in our lives, from being an art form to a large business industry. It is also an amazing way to communicate, and it helps us feel emotions, as well as understand beauty.
A lot of people listen to music while they do their day-to-day activities, and it can make all aspects of life seem more fun. You can sing in the car or shower, listen while cleaning or cooking, and dance to a song you love.
It is very important to learn about music, as it can help us communicate, understand emotions, and enjoy ourselves more. It is also a wonderful way to learn about the world around us.
Rhythm is the organization of musical elements into sounds and silences that are used to create patterns, whole compositions, and a range of other things. Similarly, meter is the way that beats are grouped into strong and weak beats.
Polyphony is a musical style in which multiple independent melody lines interweave to create a single unified sound, and can be heard as choral music in the Renaissance era or as individual notes in a piece of music.