The Anjunadeep Edition 453 with Natascha Polké

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00:00:00 Natascha Polké – Loose Lips [Jody Wisternoff & James Grant Remix] (Anjunadeep)
00:04:16 RÜFÜS DU SOL – Innerbloom [HOSH Remix] (Sweat It Out)
00:11:30 Ben Böhmer – After Earth (Anjunadeep)
00:17:11 Definition & Natascha Polké – Haunted (Hive Audio)
00:23:55 Aaaron – 2020 Souls (Innervisions)
00:28:52 Natascha Polké – Neverland [Aparde Remix] (Definition:Music)
00:32:49 Felix Raphael, Natascha Polké, Coiro – Everything Is Yours (White)
00:38:03 Timefive – Forget Me (White)
00:43:01 027Marc DePulse, Rafael Cerato – Make a Show [Malandra Jr. Remix] (Marc DePulse/U-NXT)
00:51:40 Natascha Polke – Wildfire (Definition:Music)
00:55:00 Above & Beyond – Surge [PROFF & Igor Garanin Extended Mix] (Anjunadeep)
01:01:00 Eli & Fur – Better In The Dark (Anjunadeep)
01:10:29 Solanca, Mira Nait – Golden Tears (Immersed)
01:10:47 Natascha Polké – Into You (White)

What Is Music?

Music is an art form that is created by combining sounds, instruments and lyrics. Musical styles are broad and varied, from classical to rock. It is often used to express emotions and ideas in a creative way. It is also used to help people relax or to entertain.


The process of producing music involves recording, mixing and mastering. It also includes creating and adding special effects, such as reverb and echo to the final product. Some producers specialize in a specific style or genre of music. Others produce music for a variety of different purposes.


Music reflects and reinforces cultural values. For some, it can help people connect with their spirituality and with one another. It can be used to celebrate events and holidays. It can also help with education. It is used in many types of work, including advertising, sports and movies.

Many theories have been offered about the relationship between music and human emotion. For example, it is thought that music can make people feel a variety of emotions, from joy to sadness. The emotional reactions to music are largely dependent on the type of music and its lyrics.

Music has been used in rituals and ceremonies since ancient times, and it is an important part of religious and secular ceremonies. It can have a calming effect and help with concentration. The history of music reveals its protean susceptibility to various extramusical preoccupations. For humanist psychologists such as Gordon Allport and Abraham Maslow, music is an element in the quest for self-fulfillment and integration; for aesthetic existentialists such as Jean-Paul Sartre and Karl Jaspers it carries transcendent overtones; for expressionist composers such as Alban Berg and Ernst Krenek it enshrines moral imperatives.

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