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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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The Evolution of Music
For the last fifty years, music has shaped society. It has inspired fans, made musicians rock stars, served as the soundtrack to movies and cultural revolutions, and compelled the masses to dance and sing along. Music has changed the world, inspiring political protests, spurring congressional investigations and influencing our daily lives. Here’s a look at how the art form has evolved over the years. Its evolution has been rapid and ever-changing, but one constant remains: music is a constant force.
In the 1970s, the birth of hip-hop began as a form of protest. It was characterized by outrageous costumes and pageantry. The second half of the decade saw the rise of disco and its stars, including the Bee Gees and Gloria Gaynor. Reggae music made its debut in the 1970s with Bob Marley. Eventually, rap became synonymous with urban dysfunction, introducing funk. And despite its popularity, rap continued to challenge American institutions.
During the 1990s, the compact disc revolutionized music. In 1982, the first CD was produced and sold, with over two billion copies sold in twenty years. Compact disc technology didn’t use magnetic tape but instead used digital optical recording to embed playable tracks onto polycarbonate plastic discs. It was thin and lightweight, and its fidelity to stereo sound was superior to vinyl records. By the end of the decade, the compact disc had replaced the tape collection.