Music affects us all

I thought I’d start this blog with a quote: “Music affects us all. We sing with it and dance to it. We accompany our most important rituals with music. We sing hymns to our Gods and pen anthems for our nations. There is no culture in the history of mankind that has not had music. Science has always tried to explain music, to tell us why and how it affects us so. Because music’s influence is so subjective and the brain is so poorly understood, this subject is especially susceptible to myths and exaggerations.

Now I will describe my personal opinion over these myths. The myth that united us all was one belief in the love for the electronic music at its core. The Crossworder family of producers and DJs believed from the start of 2009 into the power of music. It’s what made a family build up from such a diverse group of people. I won’t necessary call this a myth… I would rather name it OUR BELIEF.

The Crossworlder platfom has been formed by us and for us. And when I say “us”, I try and understand the connection with all the djs and producers I have related with in the last 10 years. And it was such a pleasure to meet all these diverse and talented people.

It’s my pleasure to keep the vibe going, same place, diverse music, ever changing labels, producers and djs. I welcome the new guys in the family, Marika with his Selectro story, The Rabbit King with his Sang Out Of Tune energy and of course the positive and in depth sound of Reasonandu & Emantra from Melusine’s Record peaks.

Last but not least, I am happy to announce the official launch See Blue Audio. This is the imprint of my musical journey partner Matthew Duffield, it’s his genuine way of blue sky thinking.

PS. Music Matters. 


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