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00:00:00 Fluida – Afterglow [Intro Mix] (White)
00:01:20 Fluida – Afterglow (Anjunadeep)
00:06:15 Edu Schwartz – Naked Poetry [Fluida Remix] (White)
00:11:54 Mathew Jonson & Quenum – Cyclops [Makebo Remix] (Shanti Radio)
00:18:39 Greg Ochman – Xceed Imagination [Death on the Balcony Remix] (Art Vibes)
00:24:14 Arina Mur – Sun [DSF Remix] (Akbal)
00:31:59 Yulia Niko feat. Sil Romero – IntuiciΓ³n (Orianna)
00:36:12 Fluida – (I Am) Human [Dub] (White)
00:42:50 Bruno Andrada & Fernando Ferreyra – Shine On You (Amulanga)
00:48:34 Volen Sentir – Tauriel (Ruvenzori)
00:54:20 Disalazar – Multiverse Of Dare (House Music With Love)
01:01:38 Fluida – Trailing Jade [Yoga Mix] (White)
01:03:36 Fluida – Trailing Jade (Anjunadeep)
01:08:07 M.O.S – Imotski (White)
01:14:31 Tinlicker – Just To Hear You Say [Joseph Ray Extended Mix] (Anjunadeep)

A Guide to Music Festivals and Artists

For thousands of years, music has been a significant part of our lives. Beyond mere entertainment, it is an art form and an important medium for cultural exchange. Today, music is a multibillion dollar industry, fueled by a demand for music. Industry sectors include music production, distribution, publishing, live concerts, and album sales. Streaming now accounts for a huge portion of overall revenue, while album sales have declined due to the success of streaming platforms like Spotify.

Philosophers of music have embraced the idea that music serves disparate purposes, often promoting diverse worldviews. For example, humanist psychologists might use music to help the listener fulfill their desires, while aesthetic and spiritual existentialists use it to express moral imperatives. The Stoics, in contrast, gave more weight to the sensation of music than Plato did, placing music in service of virtue and moderation. Music can be a vehicle of both of these worldviews, and is an essential element of life.

Meyer noted that most referentialists are expressionists, but were hesitant to discuss profound meaning in music. In Emotion and Meaning in Music (1956), Meyer identified two main categories of meaning in music: intrinsic and extramusical. As a result, he avoided defining “extrins” and “inseparable” meanings. As a result, he was criticized for presenting music in a manner that was unhelpful in explaining its meaning.

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