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Tinlicker’s ‘Be Here and Now’ was released last year as part of their latest album ‘In Another Lifetime’. Part ballad, part progressive house anthem, the track was a collaboration with vocalist Nathan Nicholson who has previously worked with Claptone, Kiko Franco, and Hannah Wants. The track received support from the likes of Pete Tong, Moon Boots, Jody Wisternoff, Richie Blacker, and Ben Malone at Kiss Fresh.
Tinlicker’s long-time collaborator Helsloot now makes his Anjunadeep debut with his remix of ‘Be Here and Now’. Delivering a driving rhythmic reimagining with a cool melodic breakdown, Helsloot demonstrates just why he drawn global success with releases on This Never Happened, Get Physical, When We Dip XYZ, and Armada, including the smash hit ‘Because You Move Me’ with Tinlicker.
The release follows Tinlicker’s album ‘In Another Lifetime’, which has accrued over 11M streams, and has been championed by the likes of Pete Tong, Diplo, Anna Lunoe, and John Digweed, along with tastemaker stations such as BBC Radio 1, Kiss FM, and SiriusXM.
Release date: 10th May 2022
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The Evolution of Music in the 21st Century
Over the last fifty years, the role of music has evolved tremendously. It has inspired the masses to dance and create rock stars, soundtracked films, and influenced cultural revolutions. Whether it is classical or modern, rock and roll, hip hop has compelled the masses to dance and express themselves through song. Its power has prompted congressional investigations and made people cry, laugh, and embrace new ideas. In the 21st century, music is a global phenomenon with an ever-changing landscape.
In the early 1980s, the technology of the compact disc (CD) revolutionized music. Instead of relying on magnetic tape, it used digital optical recording to embed playable tracks onto polycarbonate discs. The resulting sound was much better than analog tape, and it was a more portable format. It also produced superior stereo sound. The development of this technology led to the demise of the tape collection, which once dominated the home.
Despite these changes, music consumption continues to increase. Currently, the U.S. sold 31.6 million physical albums. The demand for digital music has not translated into increased sales of music albums. More people are streaming music instead of downloading it. The streaming industry will generate 10.1 billion U.S. dollars by 2021, compared with four billion dollars in 2016.