Romain Garcia performs his brilliant new ‘Everybody Dreams EP’ 💭 #Anjunadeep #Shorts

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French DJ, producer and live act Romain Garcia returns to Anjunadeep with a new four-track EP, entitled ‘Everybody Dreams’. Romain’s uniquely joyful take on progressive house is on full display, and the additional elements of strong arpeggiated synths, and moving vocal samples combine to make this a standout release for the young French talent.

Release date: 10/02/23

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Facts About Music

Music is a phenomenon that’s been around for thousands of years. It’s an important part of human culture, and scientists continue to investigate why people love music so much.


In ancient times, music was made using a variety of wind and string instruments. The earliest known musical instruments are 40,000-year-old bone flutes discovered in a cave in Germany.

Facts about Music

One of the most obvious reasons that music came into existence is that it allows humans to express emotions in a way they can’t with speech. In addition, music also helps us see the world in a more holistic and emotional way.

Another fairly obvious reason for the development of music is that it helps to build social cohesion. This is particularly evident in pre-industrial societies, where songs are often sung at work. These songs help to reinforce and strengthen bonds between the workers, as well as increasing the overall energy of the work force.

During the Renaissance, composers began writing complex polyphony (music in more than one melody line). Early polyphony was typically based on a cantus firmus, or tenor, which is derived from a church chant and used as the basis for other melodies. Later, polyphony became more common in secular or courtly music, where multiple independent melody lines are sung or played at the same time.

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