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Anjunadeep is excited to welcome Berlin-based producer Paul Baule to the fold with his debut label release, ‘Zillion EP’.
Fans of the label may recognise the lead track ‘Illusionist’ from recent flagship compilation ‘Anjunadeep 14’, curated and mixed by label heads James Grant and Jody Wisternoff, where its delicate production stood out, even among over 40 other brilliant tracks.
Paul Baule has previously released on Amsterdam-based Click Records, as well as local Berlin labels Mind Field and Rebellion der Träumer, and earned himself support from DJ’s including Gabriel & Dresden, Jonas Rathsman, Alfa Romero, Frost and Mees Salomé.
Paul Baule’s ‘Zillion EP’ is a masterclass in delicately-produced electronica that makes for an emotive listening experience, out June 6 on Anjunadeep.
Release Date: 6th June 2023
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What Is Music?
Music is a form of art that includes counterpoint, harmony, musical sound, music criticism, composition, performance, music recording, musical instruments and rhythm. It is often classified into categories such as folk music, jazz, rock and roll, opera and classical music.
Music’s underlying essence has been the subject of intense speculation. Pythagoreans such as Johannes Kepler (1571-1630) viewed it as mathematical, relating it to planetary movement and order; while the Platonists emphasized its emotional and functional role, and stressed that individual tones must be analyzed in relation to the whole. The Stoics were less enamoured of its sensuous element, but valued it as a moral and intellectual aid to virtue.
Theorists, from the 19th century onwards, have embraced formalist, symbolist, expressionist, and psychological elements in their attempts to understand its power and universal appeal. But despite this wide range of theories, diametrically opposed points of view have also persisted.
Musical production has changed significantly with the advent of digital technology, which allows musicians to record themselves on separate tracks and mix them later. This is a major change in the way music has been produced for decades, and it has made it possible for artists to create complex, multi-layered sounds that were previously impossible to achieve with traditional methods. It has also allowed musicians to experiment and take ideas from other genres of music such as the use of guitar chords from Del Shannon’s song ‘Runaway’ by John Lennon for his ‘I’ll Be Back’.