Anjunadeep Showcases Powerful 2021 Remixes on New Compilation

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As the end of the year draws near, Anjunadeep looks back at some of the fantastic remixes that have graced the imprint in 2021.

While the scene had a rocky past few years, one label that has kept their global fanbase steady is Anjunadeep. The soothing releases that graced the label as of late gave listeners an opportunity to be swept off their feet and sent to a different place in space and time – something that was much-needed for many. But aside from the originals from their mainstays, a flurry of solid remixes also surfaced over the past year and the famed label has put some of the best on display with Anjunadeep The Remixes 2021.

Out now across all platforms, Anjunadeep The Remixes 2021 brings forth 20 remixes from some of the brightest tunes that landed on the label this year and continue to move fans to this day. This includes some major names in the scene, such as CamelPhat with their remix of “Warning Signs,” Cassian’s twist on “Away Home,” Maya Jane Coles‘ take on “Come Back Around,” and Guy J’s cut of “Healer.” Other standouts include the remix of “Stranger” by DJ BORING and Enamour’s “Modular Lobotomy Mix” of “Brainwasher” which are both true treats.

Anjunafamily members will also be delighted to see that remixes from Yotto, CRi, and Hosini also made the cut on Anjunadeep The Remixes 2021. And it wouldn’t be an Anjunadeep compilation without Jody Wisternoff and James Grant, who bring their remix of A Silver Mt. Zion’s 13 Angels Standing Guard ‘Round The Side Of Your Bed” to the compilation as well.

Listen to the Anjunadeep The Remixes 2021 continuous mix on YouTube or your preferred platform, and stay tuned for more to come from Anjunadeep in 2022 by following them on social media.

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Anjunadeep The Remixes 2021 – Tracklist:

  1. Lakou Mizik & Joseph Ray – Sanba Yo Pran Pale (DJ Koze Remix Radio Edit)
  2. Alan Fitzpatrick & Lawrence Hart – Warning Signs (CamelPhat Remix)
  3. Eli & Fur – Come Back Around (Maya Jane Coles Remix)
  4. CRi – Stranger (DJ BORING Remix)
  5. Leaving Laurel – Winter In The Woods (Daniel Avery Remix)
  6. A Silver Mt. Zion – 13 Angels Standing Guard ‘Round The Side Of Your Bed (Jody Wisternoff & James Grant Remix)
  7. Franky Wah – Should Have Seen It Coming (Yotto Remix)
  8. Qrion – Proud (Dance System Remix)
  9. Icarus feat. Jamie N Commons Moment In Time (CRi Remix)
  10. Eli & Fur – Wild Skies (Marsh Remix)
  11. Tom Day & Monsoonsiren – From Afar (Makebo Remix)
  12. Marsh – Healer (Guy J Remix)
  13. Lycoriscoris – Shirabe (Ulrich Schnauss Remix)
  14. Dosem – Unclosed (Hammer Remix)
  15. Durante & HANA – Away Home (Cassian Remix)
  16. il:lo – List (Hosini Remix)
  17. Frost – Overtones (Promnite Remix)
  18. Richie Blacker – 2 Late 4 Love (Danny Howard Remix)
  19. Nox Vahn – Brainwasher (Enamour’s Modular Lobotomy Mix)
  20. Bantwanas – Dingane (Powel Remix)
Anjunadeep The Remixes 2021

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