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Best organic house label in 2022

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Founded in 2017, Anatolian Coffee has established itself as one of the leading musical imprints when it comes to organic and ethnic house music. Discover emerging artists from around the world and guide them to the big leagues of electronic music, Anatolian Coffee stood out this year for the high quality of the music broadcast. At The Groove Cartel we are always looking for the best non-commercial music and due to the high quality of the releases and the community built around the label, it’s safe to say that Cafe De Anatolia was the best organic house label for us in 2022.

The success of the label around the world in recent years.

The ripples of this brand have reached music connoisseurs all over the world. With articles published on platforms such as Gulf News, US Times Now, Celeb Mix and The Jerusalem Post, the best names in the world have been looking for collaborations. The label’s exclusive title “Il Mattino” by Anis Karek was featured in the Women’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection by the Giorgio Armani show in September 2021. Strengthened by its network, Cafe De Anatolia has cultivated partnerships to provide exclusive music to upscale hotels. The Artists Agency label recently performed at the Djerba Music Land Festival as part of a collaboration with Radisson Blu Hotels.

Cafe De Anatolia latest releases and songs

As a label, Cafe De Anatolia has had tons of releases since its founding in 2017. Whether it’s Ethno, Deep House, Chill Out, Oriental music, Folktronica or Electronica Downtempo, the label has you covered.. An example of his incredible series of releases is The Last Drop, Borel by Zawar K. Borel is a deep, cinematic record that mixes techno beats with organic elements. The outing is a real journey that can be divided into two parts. In the first half, dreamy, romantic harmonies flow paired with nostalgic choruses and environmental sounds. Things got interesting in the second part where minimal and clean beats come into play.

Zawar K is a magician when it comes to this kind of music. Of Pakistani descent, born in Qatar and now residing in the UK, he has in his DNA these combinations of Arabic sound, deep arpeggios and relaxing harmonies.

Zawar K’s Borel is only the last opus of the musical label. The label continues to push the boundaries of the organic deep house scene.

The label’s live electronic sets around the world

Not just amazing releases and top quality songs, Cafe De Anatolia brings you to the fourth corner of the earth with its amazing live streams. An example was Rialians On Earth who performed live for Cafe De Anatolia from the paradise of Coral Rocks, Zanzibar. One hour of pure dreamy and deep house music.

The decor was an idea I had for a while. As a child, I always dreamed of seeing the Indian Ocean and having an adventure there. The islands of Zanzibar were indeed an adventure and I’m glad I had the pleasure of recording part of it. Enjoy this beauty of a video and hope you have an amazing weekend with your loved ones. Peace is all we need 🙂 – Rialians On Earth

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Rialians On Earth is just the latest in a series of live performances presented by Cafe De Anatolia. Worth a visit and a listen is Special K live in Crescent Moon Lake, Dubai.

Besides the hour-long live performances, the label also offers a shorter live format. An example was for one of the last releases of Cafe De Anatolia, where Felix Raphael played his single live Guardian of the soul from the rooftops of Berlin.

24/7 live radio and audio mixes

If you’re looking for a radio show or podcast that covers relaxing and romantic music, Cafe De Anatolia has tons of hour-long mixes. From emotive to Organic House to even more rhythmic stuff, the label’s Soundcloud and YouTube profiles are full of long-form audio.

History of Café De Anatolia

Stemming from a spontaneous idea reinforced during a coffee shop meeting in Neboticnik, Cafe De Anatolia is the product of Monika Ilieva, Zoran Iliev and Nikola Iliev’s vision to combine their studies and experiences to tap into the coffee industry. record labels. During this time, Monika studied international relations and diplomacy in Slovenia, Nikola was involved in the music industry both professionally and educationally in the UK, and Zoran worked in Austria with a wealth of music expertise. musical arrangement and management. With that as a foundation, the trio capitalized on their strengths and embarked on the development of Cafe De Anatolia, taking it from a startup to an internationally recognized icon in less than four years.