Japanese-American producer Qrion recently announced her debut album ‘I Hope It Lasts Forever’, out 29 October on Anjunadeep. The album announcement comes alongside the release of the first single ‘Your Love’, which is out now. Qrion, real name Momiji Tsukada, wrote the album primarily during the lockdown in San Francisco and it invokes the emotions she felt during her adventurous move from hometown Sapporo to the city, paying homage to the memories of her childhood and her father.
San Francisco’s Luttrell has just released his latest EP ‘Music For My Memories Pt. II’. The second in a trilogy of works to be shared throughout 2021, this next instalment of the series follows on from the lead single ‘Operation Midnight’, which saw support from Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1.
Above & Beyond celebrate 450 episodes of their lradio show, Group Therapy, with a two-day outdoor festival in their hometown of London. This will be their first show with a live audience since lockdown began. The trio will be joined by rising acts and veterans from the band’s two record labels, Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep. Saturday will feature a roster of upfront trance and progressive artists, while Sunday will celebrate the deeper, atmospheric sounds of Anjunadeep.
San Francisco’s Luttrell aka Eric Luttrell lands back on Anjunadeep with the new single ‘Just A Dream’. Featuring North American group Delta Underground, the track is lifted from his forthcoming EP ‘Music For My Memories Pt. I’.
Franky Wah kicks off 2021 with his new EP, ‘Should Have Seen It Coming’, his maiden release on Anjunadeep, which is out now. The four-track EP opens with the lead title track, a vocal cut pairing breakdowns with the vocals of Aetho. Next up, ‘The Last Stand’ sees the Yorkshireman shift to a progressive house vibe while maintaining the intensity of the opener before ’91’ again centres around a trance breakdown. Closing things out is ‘Boundaries’, which is a house track.
Following the release of his second studio album ‘Lailonie’ at the close of 2020, UK-born / Cincinnati-based producer Marsh shares the first of two remix packages, featuring mixes from Canadian producer Simon Doty, Russia’s Amonita and UK-based Frost.
Anjunadeep, the label that ignited the careers of label artists Lane 8, Yotto, and Dusky, now present the second instalment of their new ‘Reflections’ compilation series. Following the inaugural volume in October, ‘Reflections Vol.2’ is a collection of downtempo and electronica from label favourites Jody Wisternoff, Kidnap, Croquet Club, Martin Roth, and Luttrell, along with new artists Luigi Sambuy, Lycoriscoris, Tryst, and Dotmaka.
Spanish DJ and producer Dosem releases 'Megacities', the second single off his upcoming album ‘Dream Decoder’, which is out 25 September. A driving club track, it may be familiar to some as a staple in Dosem's sets. Building on the sound of 'Tower', out opens with a filtered riff that soon gives way to deep rhythmic drums.
Since his Anjunadeep debut back in 2018, Marsh has possibly solidified himself as a firm label favourite, winning a steady stream of support from the likes of Joris Voorn, Kölsch, and BBC Radio 1’s Phil Taggart.
A new project from American producers Pierce Fulton and Gordon Huntley, Leaving Laurel made their label debut in January and have since apparently garnered a huge fanbase after remixing Anjuna’s Andrew Bayer and Luttrell, and releasing ’Through And Through’ on the label’s flagship compilation, ‘Anjunadeep 11’.