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Artists Who Sound Like: OLAN

28 July 2022

Luzana Flores, better known by her stage name OLAN, released her first solo album Contra in June 2022. The Georgia-based DJ has a prolific songwriting career, which began in collaboration with other artists.  She joined Anjuna when she began collaborating with Mat Zo on “Illusion of Depth”, and went on to help write and produce […]

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Anjunabeats’ Nourey Fights Climate Change By Blending MIT Research and Music

21 July 2022

Nourey Contents Is there a way to utilize the research used in your studies for festival planning to improve festival structure design to give attendees relief from the heat? How do you see VR playing a role in establishing stronger ties in local music communities? Besides on-site merchandise sales, what messaging can Anjuna and the […]

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Mirror Machines Commemorate 40th Anniversary of Blade Runner and the Passing OF Legendary Composer Vangelis With Remix Of ‘End Titles’

14 July 2022

Rising to acclaim with debut releases on Lane 8’s This Never Happened (Pray For Rain EP) imprint as well as Above & Beyond’s Anjunadeep (Remind Me Why EP), Mirror Machine are ready to add another strong addition to their ever-growing catalogue catalog. Mirror Machines latest release is the recreation of the iconic “End Titles” cinematic […]

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Artists Who Sound Like: Yotto

4 July 2022

Miro Kalliola Songwriter, DJ, and producer Otto Yliperttula is a Finnish musical professional but he’s more commonly known by his stage name: Yotto. Fans know and love Yotto for his deep house, dance, and electronic beats. And with almost a million monthly Spotify listeners, Yotto is clearly a fan favorite. Take a peek at Magnetic’s […]

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Above & Beyond, Darren Tate Soundtrack Documentary On Impact Of Climate Change, ‘The Last Glaciers’

22 March 2022

Still from The Last Glaciers Provided To Magnetic by Justin Kleinfeld of Rephlektor Above & Beyond and Darren Tate have released a new soundtrack for a documentary film called The Last Glaciers. The film is out in select theaters today, March 22, in support of World Water Day. Directed and produced by award-winning filmmaker Craig […]

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