Warung at The Cove | Anjunadeep Explorations 2023

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Following the recent release of their ‘Falling EP’, enjoy a recording of Warung’s DJ set live from The Cove stage at Anjunadeep Explorations 2023 in Dhërmi, Albania.

Boston-based duo Warung release their third EP with Anjunadeep ‘Falling EP’. The release follows their recent remix of label-favourite Marsh’s ‘Blue’, featuring Leo Wood, and the premiere of title-track ‘Falling’ on flagship label compilation Anjunadeep 14; one of two Warung tracks featured and cementing three consecutive years of support from James Grant & Jody Wisternoff.

The release combines driving breakbeat track ‘Falling’ with the club-ready ‘Dreamscape’, and rounds off with the duo’s collaboration with Oliver Wickham ‘Vertigo’, which features powerful, swelling synths and Wickham’s own vocals. Oliver Wickham is a Canadian vocalist and producer, who has also been previously championed by James Grant & Jody Wisternoff in label compilations, and collaborated with the likes of Simon Doty on previous Anjunadeep releases.

This addition to Warung’s discography further demonstrates why they’ve been supported by the likes of Gorgon City, Eelke Kleijn and John Digweed, as well as Danny Howard and Pete Tong of BBC Radio 1.

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The Importance of Music

Music is a form of communication. It has been used to convey emotions and messages since prehistoric times. It can help people to understand each other even if their spoken languages are incomprehensible. It has been used to sell cars, foment revolutions, and convert souls to a religion. In addition, it has been used to bolster spirits during difficult times and to help people endure strenuous physical activity.

Many musicians are both performers and producers. For example, Dr. Dre is a renowned rapper and producer who has recorded with the likes of Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, and Eminem. He also has an extensive discography as a solo artist. Rick Rubin is another well-known producer who has worked with artists such as the Beastie Boys, Johnny Cash, and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. He is also a notable composer and jazz musician.

While many new artists experiment with their styles, other seasoned musicians have remained true to traditional instruments and compositional structures. These include the use of harmonic progressions, meter, rhythm, melody, vocal allocation, color, expression, and articulation.

In some cultures, people use music to celebrate special occasions or events. Others listen to music for pleasure. In fact, music is so important to some that they consider it a vital part of their lives.

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