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Embark on a Musical Odyssey with Anzû Makta's New Track "Waiata"



Get ready to set sail on a musical journey unlike any other as Anzû Makta, the talented composer from Lyon, France, invites you to experience the enchanting sounds of "Waiata". This track is a vibrant tribute to the cultural richness of New Zealand and the indelible mark left by its Maori community.


In the Maori language, "Waiata" resonates like a traditional chant, carrying with it an ancient cultural heritage. Inspired by nine months of exploration across the wild landscapes of New Zealand, "Waiata" captures the essence of freedom and adventure that Anzû experienced while traversing the islands.

During his journey, Anzû had the privilege of meeting members of the Maori community whose aura and passion left a profound impression. "Waiata" is the culmination of these encounters, blending electronic beats with Maori ancestral traditions to create a unique musical fusion. Through this track, Anzû seeks to capture the captivating essence of Maori chants and their harmonious way of life with nature, enriching his own musical style in the process.


As you listen to "Waiata", prepare to be transported on a mysterious voyage where ethereal pads intertwine with energetic refrains, symbolizing both the tranquility and vitality of this lesser-known culture. Let the music carry you to the farthest reaches of the distant horizon, where every note pulsates with the rhythm of adventure and discovery.


Through his innovative approach, Anzû incorporates videos from his travels and imagination, supported by artificial intelligence, creating a multi-dimensional experience for his audience. Each composition draws inspiration from his own experiences, as well as from life, psychology, and current events, offering listeners the opportunity to choose their own musical voyage and the unfolding of the narrative.


So, allow yourself to be swept away by the captivating melodies of "Waiata" and discover the magic of Anzû Makta's musical world.


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