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Sunday Morning Medicine Vol 166, with Tycho, Cubicolor, Cashmere Cat, + more

Sunday Morning Medicine is a feature from Dancing Astronaut dedicated to the mellower side of electronic music. We bring you our favorite therapeutic selections—old and new—in attempts to alleviate the agonizing effects of a long weekend of partying. Dreamy and unflinchingly inventive, “Famous” arrives just ahead of Manatee Commune’s forthcoming album, PDA. Let Tycho shoot you through his […]

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Luttrell speaks on shooting off ‘Into Clouds’ [Review/Interview]

When San Francisco native, Eric Luttrell, (known musically by his surname) and longtime best friend/musical counterpart hybrid, Swardy, decided to put their brainchild, the OWSLA-akin The M Machine, on pause, Luttrell had no choice but to venture new sonic pathways alone. Two years into his solo endeavor, Luttrell brought his first full-length album, the aptly titled Into […]

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Exploring the studio with Khen — progressive’s rising star

Khen‘s name is synonymous with quality. Throughout the last half decade or so, the progressive house magnate has proven himself to be one of the greats after being taken under Guy J’s wing and releasing on virtually all top labels in the subgenre including Lost&Found, Bedrock, Vivrant, Sudbeat, and beyond. His track “Children With No […]

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Anjunadeep to roll out tenth anniversary compilation, mixed by James Grant and Jody Wisternoff

Since its humble beginnings as an Anjuna appendage in 2005 in London, Anjunadeep has become one of the top purveyors of deep, textured, and melodic house music. Known for their towering catalog currently spanning over 400 releases, Anjunadeep artists and fans have come to revere the label’s compilation series since Above & Beyond released the […]

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Alex Metric and Ten Ven team up on the agile ‘Saudade’ EP

Alex Metric has found an unlikely home in Anjunabeats in 2018. Today he continues building that bond with the release of a collaborative EP with up and coming UK artist Ten Ven. Together, they’ve produced a multifaceted project to end the year, entitled Saudade. The EP is both an expression of art and a vocabulary lesson, […]

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Sunday Morning Medicine Vol 157, with Duskus, Boston Bun, ATTLAS, + more

Sunday Morning Medicine is a feature from Dancing Astronaut dedicated to the mellower side of electronic music. We bring you our favorite therapeutic selections—old and new—in attempts to alleviate the agonizing effects of a long weekend of partying.  Lane 8/This Never Happened young gun, Anderholm, is first on the scene with his mellifluous chord […]

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Sunday Morning Medicine Vol 157, with Duskus, Boston Bun, ATTLAS, + more

Sunday Morning Medicine is a feature from Dancing Astronaut dedicated to the mellower side of electronic music. We bring you our favorite therapeutic selections—old and new—in attempts to alleviate the agonizing effects of a long weekend of partying.  Lane 8/This Never Happened young gun, Anderholm, is first on the scene with his mellifluous chord […]

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Ben Böhmer lands his latest Anjunadeep offering, ‘Ground Control’ with precision

Anjunadeep‘s promising young German talent, Ben Böhmer continues to flaunt his proclivity for creating colorful, ambient, halcyon house music. Böhmer’s latest, “Ground Control,” touts sweet, but deliberate chord progressions with profundity. Sonically adjacent to his recent, cinematic Dive EP, there is an air of ardor inherent in the track’s palpitating bass line and jagged synth textures. Still […]

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John Monkman returns to Anjunadeep for ‘Magnolia’ ahead of new compilation

John Monkman has returned to Anjunadeep to release his latest single, “Magnolia.” This isn’t just a notable return to the deep house outfit from Above & Beyond after nearly three years of an absence, but because Monkman is also leading the way to the label’s next compilation with this release. “Magnolia” kicks off the countdown […]

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Blue flames of desire emanate from Eli & Fur’s new ‘Night Blooming Jasmine’ EP

From the white embers of Eli & Fur‘s newest EP, Night Blooming Jasmine, comes an exercise in versatility. Night Blooming Jasmine sees the pair’s own utterly sensuous vocals and meticulous songwriting ripen and flourish. A transcendent, blue glow permeates throughout the EP’s four original tracks, tinging the slow-crashing grooves and low-end bass with both melancholy and a hint […]

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Andrew Bayer offers a taste of new album in shimmering new single, ‘Immortal Lover’

Andrew Bayer‘s creativity flourishes when given the chance to apply it to album form. Rather than constricting himself to a palatable, club-ready format, the Anjunabeats favorite opts for more experimental cuts that explore the full breadth of his sound. Having just announced a brand new album titled In My Last Life, due for an August […]

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[Q&A] Meet the artists bringing down the house at Mamby: Moon Boots

Since 2015, Mamby On The Beach has been allowing Chicago’s festival-goers to relish a diverse roster of acts right from the lakefront, the awe-inspiring Chicago skyline as its backdrop. Perched quite literally atop the sands of Oakwood Beach, Mamby is known for its eclectic lineup, which this year features everything from Chicago rapper, Common, to the indie […]

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Exclusive: boerd – Void (Croquet Club Remix)

Few labels foster a roster that runs the gamut from pure ambient to club-ready productions like Anjunadeep. Croquet Club manages to combine the two into a compelling new reproduction on his remix of boerd‘s “Void.” While boerd’s original skews towards ambient, Croquet Club infuses his remix with a club appeal. He maintains much of the original’s […]

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Anjunadeep stumbles upon ambient gold in boerd [EP Review]

Curatorial excellence on Anjunadeep‘s part is evident in their newest signee, boerd. The James Grant-run imprint isn’t afraid to travel outside its usual deep and progressive confines every so often, and in this case has stumbled upon a promising ambient talent. Boerd’s debut EP on the label, Static, is intellectual and nuanced, playing around with […]

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Luttrell shares cosmic ‘Intergalactic Plastic’ EP

The ever so smooth and sanguine Luttrell has returned to Anjunadeep for his third EP, Intergalactic Plastic, with the deep house/techno label.  The handlebar mustachioed San Fransisco native formerly served as one half of OWSLA-affiliated The M Machine, before hatching his solo venture in 2016. Luttrell’s sound is characterized by crisp, melodic techno and highly visceral deep house — […]

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Exclusive: boerd – Fragment II

In his latest downtempo piece of work, Swedish producer boerd explores themes of hardship and overcoming obstacles. Bård Ericson, freshly signed with Anjunadeep as boerd, weaves a delicate web over the six-minute course of “Fragment II.” His minimalist style makes for a beautiful, atmospheric journey throughout this wistful creation, accenting the instrumentation with audio clips of a […]

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Exclusive: boerd – Fragment II

In his latest downtempo piece of work, Swedish producer boerd explores themes of hardship and overcoming obstacles. Bård Ericson, freshly signed with Anjunadeep as boerd, weaves a delicate web over the six-minute course of “Fragment II.” His minimalist style makes for a beautiful, atmospheric journey throughout this wistful creation, accenting the instrumentation with audio clips of a […]

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Anjunabeats launch new 24/7 YouTube channel

Anjunabeats has launched a brand new 24/7 YouTube channel. The channel will stream dance music from the Anjuna archives worldwide, all day, every day. Anjuna Radio will feature such trance and progressive stalwarts as Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Mat Zo, Porter Robinson, Seven Lions, Andrew Bayer and Ilan Bluestone, as well as a […]

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Lane 8’s ‘Little By Little’ is a spectacular aural odyssey grounded in its exploration of the human condition

The great paradox of the modern day is that despite numerous means of instantaneous communication, true and genuine connection is at premium higher than any point in history. Unsurprisingly, contemporary art wrestles with this, notably in Black Mirror‘s recent examination of dating apps and culture from the episode “Hang The DJ,” where the driving tension results from […]

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