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Anjunabeats Rising - Volume 5
Artist
Various Artists
Label
Anjunabeats
Catalogue Number
ANJ706D
Release Date
May 10, 2021

Over the last two decades, Above & Beyond and their label Anjunabeats have launched the careers of some of the most respected names in electronic music: Andrew Bayer, ARTY, Audien, ilan Bluestone, Seven Lions and Mat Zo to name just a few. In January 2021, the label launched Anjunabeats Rising: a new EP series highlighting the next generation of producers and championing emerging artists from around the world.

OTIOT, Co.Fi and March 13 feature on the latest edition in the series, Anjunabeats Rising Volume 5.

Israeli engineer Eliran Hasan, aka OTIOT, started his musical career at the age of 14. Formerly one half of psytrance duo OxiDaksi, 2018 saw him venture out on his own as OTIOT. He’s remixed Elysian’s ‘Moonchild’, and collaborated with ilan Bluestone and Maor Levi on ‘Three Kings’, which landed on ilan’s latest artist album ‘Impulse’. ‘Void’ sees OTIOT team up with singer-songwriter Lovlee.

Seattle-based producer Co.Fi makes his Anjunabeats debut with ‘We Don’t Stop’. Co-Fi has released multiple times on Elliptical Sun Recordings, with ‘Down ‘n’ Around’ receiving support from Above & Beyond on Group Therapy Radio.

Rounding off the EP is another brand new Anjunabeats signing: Nikolay Morozov, aka March 13.

Anjunabeats Rising Volume 5 is out now.

Click to view other releases in this series

Digital Track List

  1. 1 Void OTIOT feat. Lovlee 3:34 Buy

    Void

  2. 2 We Don't Stop Co.Fi 3:24 Buy

    We Don't Stop

  3. 3 Just Be March 13 3:53 Buy

    Just Be

  4. 4 Void (Extended Mix) OTIOT feat. Lovlee 5:37 Buy

    Void (Extended Mix)

  5. 5 We Don't Stop (Extended Mix) Co.Fi 6:12 Buy

    We Don't Stop (Extended Mix)

  6. 6 Just Be (Extended Mix) March 13 5:53 Buy

    Just Be (Extended Mix)

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