UK-bred / Cincinnati-based producer Marsh releases debut Anjunadeep album ‘Lailonie’   This has been one release we’ve been talking about for months. Seriously, who hasn’t been waiting for this release? One of the most exciting new artists on the storied Anjunadeep roster, UK-bred / Cincinnati-based producer Marsh (aka Tom Marshall) soars into autumn with the…

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Leaving Laurel releases three-track ‘A Secret Place EP’ on Anjunadeep Leaving Laurel announces their newest EP ‘A Secret Place’, landing on Friday 6th November via Anjunadeep. The EP was birthed in late 2019 after a long flourishing friendship between American producers Pierce Fulton and Gordon Huntley aka Botnek. Leaving Laurel have developed a penchant for introspective…

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Luttrell ‘Twin Souls’ Get your dancing shoes on! Following the release of his second studio album ‘Lucky Ones’, which reached #1 on iTunes Dance, San-Francisco based DJ and Producer Luttrell makes a swift return to Anjunadeep with his new club cut ‘Twin Souls’. It’s one that will rock you to your soul.   Luttrell begins…

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Marsh shares new single ‘Don’t Wait’ from upcoming debut Anjunadeep album ‘Lailonie’  One of the most exciting new artists on the storied Anjunadeep roster, Marsh (aka Tom Marshall) delivers the second single ‘Don’t’ Wait’ off his forthcoming album ‘Lailonie’, out November 20. We were already graced with the title track, ‘Lailonie’ last month. On this…

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Marsh readies debut Anjunadeep album ‘Lailonie’    Get ready for this one. One of the most exciting new artists on the storied Anjunadeep roster, Marsh (aka Tom Marshall) soars into autumn with his new single ‘Lailonie.’ The song is the title track and first single from the UK-bred / Cincinnati-based producer’s upcoming album, out November…

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Emerging Anjunadeep talent Marsh releases ‘Lost In You EP’  Marsh is going places with his new EP, ‘Lost in You’! Since his Anjunadeep debut back in 2018, Marsh has solidified himself as a firm label favorite. For instance, he has won a steady stream of support from the likes of Joris Voorn, Kölsch, and BBC…

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