Warung – Division

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‘Return To A Place Called Heaven’ is the next EP from Boston-based duo Warung. Making their Anjunadeep debut in 2021 with their remix of Nox Vahn’s thundering hit ‘Brainwasher’, the duo since released their four-track EP ‘Sinuous’ on the label which gained support from Gorgon City, Eelke Kleijn and Nick Warren.

First heard on Anjunadeep 13, ‘Division’ opens the EP leading with cascading synths whilst Warung’s second Anjunadeep 13 feature ‘Return To Place Called Home’ leads with a cinematic down-tempo intro. ‘Luminescence’ features a warm vocal sampler whilst EP closer ‘Want Me Want You’ leads with percussive-laden grooves and a male vocal. Warung’s latest showcases the duo’s chemistry as producers, and follows recent releases on labels including Colorize, W&O Street Records and Yoshitoshi records.

Release Date: 26th May 2022

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History of Music – Genres, Artists, and Festivals

The history of music goes back to ancient Greece. Plato regarded earthly music as a shadow of the ideal. The Roman philosopher Boethius followed Plato’s ideas, but he was conservative, afraid of innovation, and thus ideal for maintaining order. The early Christian tradition illustrates the role of music as an accessory to words and texts, and it emphasized the primacy of text. In the 3rd century ce, Plotinus made the same argument.

During the 1980s, rock and hip-hop dominated the airwaves. The Beatles, David Bowie, Britney Spears, and Tiffany dominated the pop scene, but other artists such as The Police and NSYNC made a mark on the music world as well. The 1990s saw the emergence of new acts such as U2, Depeche Mode, and Ricky Martin. The decade also saw the rise of glam metal, which borrowed heavily from rap.

During the 1970s, vinyl records became more accessible and affordable. High-quality stereo record players became ubiquitous. Cassette tapes and 8-track tapes were relegated to the car. This was the golden age of music and the neighborhood record store became the center of culture, art, and ideas. Throughout the 1980s, music became accessible to a larger audience, making it more affordable and easier to access. It also revolutionized music and the way it was heard.

In the year 2001, Apple reinvented music hardware with the iPod. The iPod was coupled with the iTunes software, and these two products became the most influential music platforms in history. Apple made technology hip. iPod users wore trademark white earbuds. Apple also revolutionized the way music was distributed and sold. In 2003, the iTunes store launched and sold 1 million songs in its first week. Today, people can download music and listen to it anywhere in the world.

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