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Join German up-and-comer Nils Hoffmann in his home studio ahead of the release of his forthcoming album ‘A Radiant Sign’, out September 2 on Anjunadeep.
Pairing LA-based singer-songwriter Griff Clawson’s dreamy vocals with warm pads and hard-hitting drums, Nils showcases his ability to blend meticulously-crafted electronic elements with a catchy vocal hook. Having started to release music and tour the world at the tender age of 16, Nils demonstrates his wealth of experience in his latest offering.
“The atmosphere that is created from the combination of the instrumental and the vocal is really striking. The challenge for me was to give this song a drop that would contrast with the dreamy verses.”
‘A Radiant Sign’ marks the beginning of a new chapter for the 26-year-old up-and-comer. Finding himself going through a transitional stage in his life, Nils used the album to help him escape and give him hope in uncertain times.
“The album is about new beginnings, and represents the beautiful results that can come from fighting through difficult circumstances. I wanted to give people a collection of music that they can be absorbed by; giving them the hope and faith to keep going through the twists and turns of life. While writing the album, I realised that challenging situations do eventually come to an end, and while facing those challenges, it’s best to look ahead. That’s what ‘A Radiant Sign’ stands for.”
‘Afterglow’ follows on from album singles ‘Let Me Go’ and ‘9 Days’, and 2019 single ‘Breathing’, his smash-hit collaboration with Ben Böhmer and Malou. ‘Breathing’ has so far amassed over 30M streams to date, and gained support from BBC Radio 1, Sirius XM and Sunshine Live. This adds to an already-impressive list of tastemakers like Diplo, Bob Moses and Pete Tong who’ve championed his work on Poesie Musik, Ton Töpferei, Bitbird and Counter Records.
Nils is part of the next wave of emerging talent from London-based electronic label Anjunadeep, who have broken electronic music stars such as Lane 8, Yotto, Eli & Fur and Ben Böhmer.
‘A Radiant Sign’ is out September 2 on Anjunadeep.
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Facts About Music Festivals
Music has always been associated with the power to move people. All cultures have acknowledged the ecstatic potential of music and have accepted it in practice under certain conditions. In India, the earliest records of music are the Vedic hymns. Over time, the composition and performance of Vedic music evolved into its rich melodic and rhythmic complexity. These hymns were derived from religious texts and stories. Even today, the narrator remains a central figure in Indian traditional music.
The study of music has long been a part of human culture. There are many different types of music, including African, Oceanic, Indian, Korean, and Chinese. Depending on where you study music, you can learn about various types of music, including folk, classical, and modern forms. There are many different types of music, including folk music, counterpoint, harmony, instrumentation, scale, and tuning and temperament. These factors have shaped music throughout time and across cultures.
The earliest music festivals date back to the 10th Century BC. In ancient Greece, music competitions were held alongside athletics and poetry competitions. Today, the most popular music festival is Coachella in California. It was held in April 2016, and sold more than 150,000 tickets. It generated $106 million for the local economy, and was attended by more than half a million people. Music festivals have become a major part of our society. However, they are not free.