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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. ‘Falling EP’ is out July 4 via Anjunadeep.
Release Date: 4th July 2023
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The Meaning of Music
Music is a multibillion-dollar industry that encompasses production, publishing, concert production and sales, streaming and other related activities. Physical music sales have eroded and the number of people with paid streaming subscriptions has jumped from 7.9 million in 2014 to 82.2 million in 2022.
The most common way to produce music is to play instruments or sing, although there are many other ways to make musical sounds. Music is also produced with electronic machinery that eliminates the need for the human voice and allows composers to use rhythmic patterns based on mathematical formulas. In addition, computers have become so advanced that they can create music with the speed and fidelity of an orchestra.
Various extramusical preoccupations have shaped the meaning of Music for different groups of people. Aristotle, following Plato, emphasized the symbolic significance of music, believing that it expressed the universal through its unique expressive powers. Other Greeks emphasized the practical value of music, as demonstrated by its adjunctive role in rituals and ceremonies (religious, military, courtly) and in musical theatre.
Other music scholars have tended to focus on the nature of musical perception and its connections with values and emotions. Formalists have examined the structure of musical composition, sociologists have studied listeners and their environment, and psychologists have looked at how the mind perceives and reacts to music.
Some scientists have found that listening to certain types of music can improve your health. It can help you relax and sleep better, relieve stress, depression, anxiety and anger. It can also boost your immune system and increase your energy levels. In fact, a lot of people have experienced a frisson, which is the hair-raising feeling you get when you hear a song that makes your heart beat faster.