Nils Hoffmann feat. Julia Church – 9 Days (@Nils Hoffmann)

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Anjunadeep welcomes Berlin-based producer and live act Nils Hoffmann to the label with his first standalone release ‘9 Days / Cranes’. He debuted on Anjunadeep in 2019, collaborating with Ben Böhmer and Malou on standout single ‘Breathing’ which has amassed over 25 million streams to date, and gained support on BBC Radio 1, Sirius XM and Sunshine Live.

One of the most exciting up-and-coming electronic artists, Nils has released on labels including Voltaire Music, Poesie Musik and Ton Töpferei, gaining support from tastemakers including Diplo, Bob Moses, Pete Tong and Kaskade.

First heard on flagship label compilation Anjunadeep 13, ‘9 Days’ features vocals from South African vocalist Julia Church. Julia is well known for her feature on Lane 8’s stunning track ‘Oh, Miles’ which has racked up over 15 million streams and gained support on SiriusXM and Kiss FM. ‘Cranes’ is a collaborative cut with Swiss producer and songwriter Natascha Polké, who’s recently released on Lane 8’s imprint This Never Happened and Definition:Music. The pair demonstrate a palpable chemistry as producers, intertwining lush chords and carefully-crafted synths to great effect.

Release Date: 13th June 2022

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Why Music Is Important – Facts About Genres and Festivals

Music has always been a cultural force, inspiring generations of fans to dance to their favorite tracks, and serving as the soundtrack to movies and cultural revolutions. Music has also played a role in political movements, causing countless congressional investigations, and making people cry or laugh. In this article, we’ll explore why music is important and how it shaped our lives. Hopefully, you’ll agree. Music makes life more beautiful and more enjoyable!

MP3 technology, first developed by Eiger Labs in the late 1980s, was revolutionized in 2001 when the first iPod hit the market. This gadget had only 32 MB of storage, but it was already a game-changing device, allowing music fans to listen to their favorite music without the need for physical objects. In the years following, the number of CDs sold skyrocketed, and music enthusiasts were delighted. By 2001, nearly 200 billion CDs were sold worldwide.

Punk rock emerged in the late 1970s, combining elements of both hard rock and popular music. The genre originated in New York, but was influenced by the underground rock scene in Great Britain. Patti Smith, Ramones, Sex Pistols, and The Clash, as well as the Black Flag and Dead Kennedys, helped to define this genre. Those who loved Punk rock will know that they are still very popular today.

The 1970s were a decade of change in music. In Seattle, the grunge movement was born and became a huge phenomenon. David Bowie, Pearl Jam, and Nirvana became iconic in the 1970s. Similarly, in London, Bob Marley helped put reggae music on the map. And after that, James Brown helped create funk. Meanwhile, the Grateful Dead remade the sound of the 1970s with alternative names.

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