Anjunadeep drops ‘Reflections Vol. 1,‘ a new ambient series
Anjunadeep, the label that introduced Lane 8, Dusky, Yotto, Cubicolor, Ben Böhmer and Eli & Fur to the world, releases the first installment in a new compilation series dubbed ‘Reflections’.
Marking the label’s 500th release, ‘Reflections Vol. 1’ is a collection of downtempo and ambient electronica from label stars like Yotto and Lane 8, breakout talents like Qrion and Nox Vahn, and new faces like PBSR, Kitput, and Vár Sofandi.
Label boss James Grant explains:
“Electronica and chillout were what first got me into electronic music and so it’s a very natural evolution for Anjunadeep to be expanding further in that direction via this new series.”
‘Reflections Vol. 1’ features ‘It’s All Over’, from Sapporo-born, San Francisco-based producer Qrion, a piano-led piece from Yotto (‘Maggio’), the long-awaited full release of two Anjunadeep rarities (Lane 8’s ‘Apes & Children’ and Croquet Club’s ‘Slow Mo’) and label debuts from Germany’s Kitput, London’s PBSR and Finland’s Vár Sofandi.
‘Reflections Vol. 1’ is available now on 12” vinyl or as a digital download.
- Nox Vahn ‘Dream Of Love’ (Anjunadeep 11 Mix)
- Yotto ‘Maggio’
- Lane 8 ‘Apes & Children’
- boerd & Rondo Mo ‘Ready’
- Qrion ‘It’s All Over’
- Hiatus ‘Distancer’ (vinyl exclusive)
- Kitput ‘Streichholz’
- Croquet Club ‘Slow Mo’
- PBSR ‘Island’
- Vár Sofandi ‘Move Dust Through The Light’
Anjunadeep is an independent record label based in London. Founded in 2005 by Above & Beyond and their manager James Grant, Anjunadeep began life as an outlet for records usually found at the deeper, progressive end of Above & Beyond’s club sets.
Today, the label is one of dance music’s most respected, independent imprints.
Anjunadeep has introduced the world to artists like Dusky, Yotto, Lane 8, and Cubicolor, has released albums from Moon Boots, Way Out West, Dusky, and Michael Cassette and remains a hotbed for emerging talent.
The label hosts regular showcase events around the world, including its own destination festival in Albania, and welcomes sell-out crowds to premiere venues like London’s Printworks and NYC’s Brooklyn Mirage.