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Scottish producer Tagavaka returns to Anjunadeep for this third standalone EP on the label, ‘Sun Rings’.

The title-track was first premiered by label boss James Grant in January this year in his ‘Bali Sunset Mix’. ‘Sun Rings’ is an inviting and atmospheric deep house track complete with warm piano and Oliver Wickham’s irresistible vocals. Oliver Wickham is a Canadian producer and vocalist who has collaborated with the likes of Simon Doty in the past, and most recently collaborated with Warung on their track ‘Vertigo’. ‘Sun Rings’ is supported by ‘Dulcet’ and ‘Forest’, two equally warm and inviting tracks full of feeling and awash with organic texture.

Since first debuting on Anjunadeep in 2021 on flagship label compilation ‘Anjunadeep 12’, Tagavaka has released two EP’s on the label ‘Extrapolate EP’ and ‘Water EP’ which have accumulated over 1.3M streams across DSPs, as well as remixing esteemed Anjunadeep artists such as Jon Gurd and Steven Weston.

‘Sun Rings EP’ is out September 12th via Anjunadeep.

Release Date: 12th September 2023

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