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ElJay-Ji (RJ JayR) continuously is searching for some cool new tunes. His personal Top10 including:

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Bombay Dub Orchestra, Suns of Arqa, Karunesh, Niyaz, Loop Guru, MIDIval PunditZ, Adham Shaikh, Barbara Morgenstern, Anoushka Shankar & Karsh Kale, BreakBeatBuddha, Massive Attack, Asian Dub Foundation, Talvin Singh, Azam Ali, Karsh Kale, Taufiq Qureshi, Delhi 2 Dublin, Transglobal Underground, Tabla Beat Science, Secret Archives of the Vatican, Joi, Sheila Chandra, Thievery Corporation, Digital Bled, Nitin Sawhney, Kuba, Anuj Rastogi, Atman, Dhol Foundation, Niraj Chag, Black Bombay, Notecrusher, Sir Shree, Vas, DJ Krush, MC Yogi, Ric Veda, State of Bengal, London Elektricity, Shaa’ir + Func, Black Star Liner, Up, Bustle and Out, Nawtiks, Tek 9, DJ Swami, Banco de Gaia, Tipper, The Ananda Shankar Experience and State of Bengal, Sattyananda, Sharaab.


Playlist of radio show No. “0” (5th January 2010): Premiere theme – 1st 10 years of Indian Electronics…


1. Talvin Singh – CD Anokha | Soundz of the Asian Underground (1997) – Track 01: Jaan (06:02)
2. Talvin Singh – CD Anokha | Soundz of the Asian Underground (1997) – Track 07: Distant God (06:02)
3. The Ananda Shankar Experience and State of Bengal – CD Walking on (1999/2000) – Track 11: Streets of Calcutta (Live) – (04:44)
4. Asian Dub Foundation – CD Community Music (2000) – Track 13: Committed to Life (04:44)
5. Badmarsh & Shri – CD SIGNS (2001) – Track 08: Tribal (04:07)
6. Joi – CD We are Three (2002) – Track 01: Journey (07:15)
7. Joi – CD We are Three (2002) – Track 02: Prem (07:15)
8. TJ Rehmi – CD The Warm Chill (2004) – Track 02 (Titel song/LP version): The Warm Chill (04:01)
9. Nitin Sawhney – CD Fabriclive.15 (2004) – Track 01: Homelands (Free Form Five Remix) (05:30)
10. Shri – CD East Rain (2005) – Track 02: Heavy World (03:41)


Playlist of radio show No. “1” (2nd February 2010) – Theme: Relevance of Bhangra  for Indian Electronics…


1. Channi Singh – CD Makhana (2004) – Makhana (3:58)
2. Heera Group – CD Bally Sagoo: Dance Connection 2 – Track 1: Oh Yaro Kaun Nachdi (Sweet mix – 5:41)
3. Bally Sagoo – CD Rising From the East (1999)    – Track 5: Dil Cheez (4:02)
4. Apache Indian – CD Time for Change (2005) – Track 17: Om Numah Shivaya (4:25)
5. Dhol Foundation – CD Big Drum Small World (2001) – Track 12: Drummer’s Reel (5:46)
6. Dhol Foundation – CD Big Drum Small World (2001) – Track 4: Healing With Turmeric (6:08)
7. Transglobal Underground – CD Moonshout (2007) – Track 8: Mera Jhumka (5:01)
8. Transglobal Underground – CD Impossible Broadcasting (2008) – Track 4: Drinking in Gomorrah (5:36)
9. Malkit Singh – CD Nach Nach (2007) – Track 3: Jija Ji (6:24)
10. Rishi Rich – CD Assorted (2007) – Track 3: Chali Aayi (3:11)
11. Juggy D – CD Juggy D (2004) – Track 9: Akheer (3:49)
12. Jay Sean – CD    My Own Way (2008) – Track 2: Tonight (3:42)
13. Panjabi MC – CD Desi (2003) – Sassi (4:21)
14. Jazzy B – CD Kaun Nachdi (2007) – Track 5: Kaun Nachdi (Dhad Saarangi Bounce Fix – 3:54)
15. Kuldip Manak – CD Gorakh Da Tilla (2004) – Track 1: Gorakh Da Tilla (3:02)


Playlist of radio show No. “2” (2nd March 2010): Ladies spinning…


1.  Natacha Atlas – CD Gedida (1998) – Track 7: The Righteous Path (6:48)
2.  Transglobal Underground (with Natasha Atlas) – CD Dream of 100 nations (1994) – Track 8: Sirius B (4:15)
3.  Transglobal Underground (with Sheema  Mukherjee – Sitar) – CD Feast of Silence (2004) – Track 1: Amrita – Churning the Sea of Milk (6:08)
5.  Niyaz – CD Niyaz (2005) – Track 9: Dilruba (6:47)
6.  Niyaz – CD Nine Heavens – Volu 1 & 2 (2008) – Track 2 (Vol 1): Tamana (5:13)
7.  Sheila Chandra – CD ABoneCroneDrone (2006) – Track 1: ABoneCroneDrone 1 (7:26)
8.  Sheila Chandra – CD Nada Brahma (1985) – Track 1: Nada Brahma – Sound is Divine (26:52)
9.  Anoushka Shankar and Karsh Kale – CD Breathing Under Water (2007) – Track 2: Slither (6:25)
10. Thievery Corporation (featering Anoushka Shankar) – CD Radio Retaliation – 2008 – Track 2: Mandala (4:00)
11. Veronica Mehta – CD Theen (2005) – Track 10: Sitarey (4:06)
12. Veronica Mehta – CD RUSH (2010) – Miss V – Preview (Official Video): “Rush” (3:15)
13. Shaa’ir + Func (Monica Dogra & Randolph Correia) – CD New Day: The Love Album (2007) – Track 2: Broken (4:50)
14. Shaa’ir + Func (Monica Dogra & Randolph Correia) – CD Light Tribe (2008) – Track 1: All My Colours (3:33)


The Playlist of radio show No. “3” (6th April 2010) : Indian Electronics on European Continent (part 1)…


1. Aesh – CD Aesh (2007) – Track 2: Le Frere (5:08)
2. Aesh – CD Aesh (2007) – Track 6: TablaTronic (4:15)
3. Digital Bled – CD Caravana (2000) – Track 6: Trip Indiano (6:19)
4. Digital Bled – CD Caravana (2000) – Track 9: Paciencia (5:39)
5. Black Bombay – CD Black Bombay (2002) – Track 7: Karnatak Journey (8:51)
6. Black Bombay – CD Black Bombay (2002) – Track 6: Night At The Temple (5:45)
7. Nataraj XT – CD Ocean Birds (2003) – Track 7: Funny Tune (4:16)
8. Nataraj XT – CD Opposition (2005) – Track 7: Ka Dub (5:46)
9. Atman – CD Eternal Dance II (1998) – Track 7: Spirit (5:50)


The Playlist of radio show No. “4” (4th May 2010) : ETHNO or WHAT ?


1. Osmani SoundZ – Track 10: Spiritual Master Key (5:09) – CD: Anokha-Soundz of the Asian Underground (1997)
2. GES-E & Osmani Soundz –  Track 1:  The Calling (2:12) – 12’’ Vinyl: Nasha V3 (2009)
3. The Nasha Experience –  Track 1: Greasy Spoon (4:03) – 12’’ Vinyl: NRV005 – A: Greasy Spoon AA: Matix (2010)
4. DJ dimmSummer –  Track 1: Rubstep (Slow Burn Mix) (4:33) – CD: Dimmsummer Presents: Nu Asian SoundZ (2010)
5. Anuj Rastogi featuring Falitaa Chhabra – Track 8: Rogue Justice (5:10) – CD: Dimmsummer Presents: Nu Asian SoundZ (2010)
6. Engine-EarZ Experiment – Faction 2 (Revolution) – Master (4:44) – Live recording BBC (UK) (2009)
7. Engine-EarZ Experiment – Kaliyuga (fully live dubsteb) (5:20) – Live recording BBC (UK) (2009)
8. Engine-EarZ Experiment – Introspector featering Natan Flutebox Lee (4:52) – Live recording BBC (UK) (2009)
9. Natan Flutebox Lee & Bandish Projekt – Live recording (3:55) – Alchemy Festival (UK) (2010)
10. Arun Ghosh & Bandish Projekt – Live recording (5:08) – Alchemy Festival (UK) (2010)
11. Secret Archives of the Vatican –  Track 3: Glidepath (5:35) –  EP: The Glidepath (2010) <= FREE DOWNLOAD !! (just click)
12. Secret Archives of the Vatican – Track 4: Secret Archive (5:08) – EP: The Glidepath (2010) <= FREE DOWNLOAD !! (just click)


The Playlist of radio show No. “5” (1st June 2010): Indian Electronics on European Continent (part 2)…


1. Karunesh-Track 3: Punjab – (7:05) – CD Global Spirit (2003, Oreade Music)
2. Karunesh – Track 2: Ancient Secrets (4:58) – CD Global Spirit (2003, Oreade Music)
3. Jahcoozi – Track 4: Close To Me (3:39) – CD Barefoot Wanderer (2010, BPitch Control)
4. Jahcoozi – Track 4: Double Barrel Name (4:50) – CD Blitz’N’Ass (2007, Asound / Bubbles)
5. Sir Shree – Track 1: Elephant’s Trunk (Original Mix) (4:13) – CD Mojo Club 11 Right Now (2003, Mojo Club)
6. Sir Shree – Track 3: Rishikesh Radio (4:09) – CD Tandoori & Chips (2004, Sir Shree)
7. Mykel Angel – Track 2: Hathi Mere Sathi (4:10) – CD Bombay Beats (2006)
8. DJ Mykel Angel & Mr G F:D – Track 3: Enjoy (Buddha 4) (3:53) – CD Buddha The Very Best Of  –  Mixe (2003)
9. Swayd (Richard Meyer) – Track 8: Jeevathalamay (5:52) – CD Top 40 Ultimate Asian Classic Bar Grooves (2009, Du Monde Music)
10. Swayd (Richard Meyer) – Track 12: Shakti Symphony (5:00) – CD Top 40 Asian Classic Bar Grooves Plus Continuous Party Mix (2009, Du Monde Music)
11. Mahisha (Mirko – Kosmos) – Track 4: Mahabharata (6:41) – EP Mahisha – Empire (2009, free download)
12. Mahisha (Mirko – Kosmos) – Track 7: India Roads (4:47) – EP Mahisha – Empire (2009, free download)


The Playlist of radio show No. “6” (3rd August 2010): Summer Time


1. Secret Archives of the Vatican – Track 4: Sari Saltuq (4:38) – EP Wisdom Truth (2010, BrokenDrumRecords – free download*)
2. Secret Archives of the Vatican – Track 2: A Bruised Reed (4:36) – EP Wisdom Truth (2010, BrokenDrumRecords – free download*)
3. Fusing Naked Beats (DJ Asif) – Track : Treason (4:55) – Crystal City (2010, Just Play Records)
4. Mirko-Kosmos – Track 4: SHOGUN TACTICS (5:21) – EP MK (2010, free download)
5. Janaka Selekta – Track 12: Awake (Karsh Kale’s Morning Remix) (5:07) – EP Pushing Air (2010, Chaiwalla’s Boombox)
6. Janaka Selekta – Track 7: My World (3:58) – EP Pushing Air (2010, Chaiwalla’s Boombox)
7. the1shanti – Track 1: Beautiful (Summer Sunshine Remix) (4:39) – EP Beautiful (2010, the1shanti – free download)
8. Brooklyn Shanti – Track 4: Gotta Love Me (3:04) – EP The1shanti vs Ratatat (2009, the1shanti)
9. Nucleya (Udyan Sagar) – Kormica (6:00) – (2010, free download)
10. Nucleya (Udyan Sagar) – “Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit” (Nucleya Remix) (5:49) – (2010, free download)
11. Bombay Dub Orchestra Track 8: Greenish Blue remix (0:41) – originally from CD 3 Cities (2008/2010, Six Degrees Records  – free download (mix Website opening page))
12. Bombay Dub Orchestra – Track 2: Monsoon Malabar Dub remix (8:03) – originally from CD Monsoon Malabar Remixes Digital 12 (2008, Six Degrees Records)
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*) download under a Creative Commons licence


The Playlist of radio show No. “7” (7th Sept 2010): The Buddha Phenomenon.


1. mixed: DJ Claude Challe – Track 10: Nusrath Fateh Ali Khan: “Piya Re Piaya Re” (Remix) (4:25) – (Buddha-Bar Volume I (CD2 – PARTY)*, 1999)
2. mixed: DJ Claude Challe – Track 4: Karunesh: Alibaba (7:40) – (Buddha-Bar II – (CD1 –  DINNER)*, 2000)
3. mixed: DJ Ravin – Track 10: Deepak Ram: A Night In Lenasia (4:03) – (Buddha-Bar III (CD1 – DREAM)*, 2001
4. mixed: DJ Ravin – Track 6: Talvin Singh: Veena (4:19) – (Buddha-Bar III (CD2 – Joy)*, 2001)
5. mixed: DJ Ravin – Track 11: Badmarsh & Shri: Sitar Ritual (6:20) – (Buddha-Bar III (CD2 – Joy)*, 2001)
6. mixed: DJ Ravin & David Visan – Track 4: Dj Nasha: Flute Fantasy (4:28) – (Buddha-Bar VII (CD2 – Sarangi)*, 2005)
7.  Thievery Corporation ft. The Flaming Lips – Track 2: Marching The Hate Machines (Into The Sun) (3:44) – (Café Buddha- The Cream Of Lounge Cuisine**, 2005)
8. Nitin Sawhney – Track 3: Spark (3:36) – (Café Buddha- The Cream Of Lounge Cuisine**, 2005)
9.  Wax Poetic Feat. Norah Jones – Track 13: Angels (3:57) – (Cafe Buddha- The Cream Of Lounge Cuisine**. 2005)
10. mixed: DJ Ravin – Track 2 Midival Punditz Feat. Ustad Sultan Khan: Saathi (3:40) – (Siddharta: Spirit Of Buddha Bar Vol. 3*, 2006)
11. Mixed: DJ Ravin – Track 27 Ustad Sultan Khan: Sayaji (Joe Claussell Dance Transe Version) (8:33) – (Siddharta: Spirit Of Buddha Bar Vol. 3*, 2006)
12. Mixed: DJ Ravin – Track 12 Cheb I Sabbah – I Alkher Illa Doffor: Peace Is Found Behind Wounds (4:51) – (Siddharta: Spirit Of Buddha Bar Vol. 3*, 2006)
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* George V Eatertainment / George V Records
** Park Lane Records UK: deluxe 5 Star double CD


The Playlist of radio show No. “8” (5th Oct 2010): AUTUMN LEAVE.


1. Secret Archives of the Vatican – Track 3: Before Beauty (4:11) – Remembering Machine (EP) – (2009) <= !! Free Download !! (click here)
2. Secret Archives of the Vatican – Track : Enemy Country (5:30, 2010) <= !! Free Download !! (click here)
3. Nucleya (Udyan Sagar) – Track : Kolkata Mong (Vocal Version) (4:02) – single – (2010)
4. Mahisha (Mirko Lalit Egger) – Track : Nada Brahma (4:00) – EP Asura (2010, free download)
5. Grahan Chronicles (Indrajeet, Boomshanker) – Track : Flights of Fantasies (6:10) – Beauty and the Beasts (EP) – Chill Om (2010)
6. Ealzee feat. Janaka Selekta – Track 1: Awake (Ealzee’s Morning Dub Remix) (5:36) – Awake Remix (EP) – Chaiwalla Boombox (2010) <= !! Free Download !! (click here)
7. Azam Ali (Niyaz) – Track 1: Abode (Bombay Dub Orchestra’s Continental Drift Remix) (8:37) – CD InnerVersions – A Six Degrees Yoga Compilation (2010)
8. Sub Swara (Dhruva Ganesan, Dave Sharma) – Track 4: Bend You (5:32) – Triggers (2010)
9. Bandish Projekt (Mayur Narvekar) – Track : Soul for Need (7:11) – Chase (2010)
10. Talvin Singh – Track : Janam (4:05)- n.n.(2010)


The Playlist of radio show No. “9” (2nd Nov 2010): SPACE NIGHT.


1. Bandish Project – Track 3: Brown Skin Beauty Liquid Stranger Astral Abduction Remix (7:12) – CD: Brown Skin Beauty (Bheja Fry Records, 2010)
2. Bandish Project – Track 1: Brown Skin Beauty. Feat. Last Mango In Paris (3:46) – CD: Brown Skin Beauty (Bheja Fry Records, 2010)
3. Midival Punditz – Track 2: Tonic Piyush Bhatnagar Breaks Remix (7:12) – CD: Tonic Remixes (Six Degrees Records, 2010)
4. Midival Punditz – Track 3: Tonic Punditz Remix (5:21) – CD: Tonic Remixes (Six Degrees Records, 2010)
5. Sub Swara & Big Boi – Big Boi – Shutterbug (4:09) – Sub Swara Remix (2010) <= !! Free Download !! (click here)
6. Sub Swara – Track 8 (pre-release): Steam (5:33) – CD: Triggers (11/2010) <= !! Free Download !! (click here)
7. Fusing Naked Beats – Track: 1: Treason (4:55) – CD: Crystal City (Just Play Records, 2010)
8. Fusing Naked Beats – pre-release: Assyria (4:31) – CD: Ubiquity (Just Play Records, 11/2010)
9. Siamgda – Track 6: Golden Prayer (7:32) – CD: Siamgda feat.Morty – Beach Tracks (Mind Plug Records, 2010)
10. Siamgda – Track 2: Ernakulam – Okha Express (7:07) – CD: Samsara (Mind Plug Records, 2010)
11. Engine-EarZ Experiment & DJ Luxy – Track 5: Scars – Basement Jaxx (4:38) – The Pyramids Mix (05/2010) <= !! Free Download !! (click here)


The Playlist of radio show No. “10” (7th Dec 2010) :  YEAR OF BIRTH – Review 2010.


1. TJ Rehmi – Track 1: Alkhemist (4:09) – CD Asian Vibes – Essential Asian Vibes for the Body & Soul (Virgin Records, 2003)
2. Rishi Rich – Track 1: Nahin Jeena (4:06) – CD Nahin Jeena (Saregama, 2004)
3. Transglobal Underground – Track 3: Scorch (5:00) – CD Yes Boss Food Corner (Mondo Melodia, 2004)
4. Shaa’ir + Func – Track 3: Take It Personally (3:24) – EP Mantis (BlueFrog Records, 2010) <= FREE DOWNLOAD !! (just click)
5. Nataraj XT – Track 4:  High Mystery (8:14) – CD Tandava (Nettwerk Records, 2001)
6. Siamgda – Track 2:  Jai Namo (4:47) – CD Siamgda feat.Morty  –  Beach Tracks (Mind Plug Records, 2010)
7. Ben i sabbah (BFX) –  Remix: wensa rework 3 (7:27) –  remix for Ludan Dross, former: young gods (2009)
8. Lelonek; Osmani Sounz – Track 3: Kizmet (5:16) – CD Anokha: Soundz of the Asian Underground (Fontana Island, 1997)
9. Secret Archives of the Vatican – Track 5: Seven Brides 4 Seven Samurai (4:00) – CD Babylon Halt (Broken Drum Records, 2008)
10. Buddha – Bar (CD Series) – Track 9: Shubha Mudgal  –  The Awakening (5:45) – CD Buddha – Bar VIII, Vol. 1: Paris (George V Eatertainment / George V Records, 2006)


The Playlist of radio show No. “11” (3rd Jan 2011): NEWCOMER


1. Electronic Fakir (Ankur Pandey) – Track 2 / 9: Bodhisattva I (5:02) – CD Indian Electronica Café 5 / CD Road To Tibet (Chill Om Records, 2007)
2. Electronic Fakir (Ankur Pandey) – Track 11 / 3: The Calling (5:19) – CD Indian Electronica Café 3 / CD Road To Tibet (Chill Om Records, 2007)
3. Vinayak^a – Track 2: Zipped Up (5:32) – Dock Yard Groove EP (Stereo FX, 2008)
4. Vinayak^a – Track 2: Bugs War! (Original Mix) (6:28) – CD Bugs War! (Stereo FX, 2008)
5. Decoy (Dhanya Pilo) – Track 6: Nothing But The Truth (9:05 – CD Push Button Pony (Dance N Dust Records, 2007)
6. Decoy (Dhanya Pilo) – Track 30: Red Bluff (7:26) – CD Progressive PsyTrance Edition: 2009 (Plusquam Records, 2009)
7. DJ Hamza – Track 2: Gypsy Travels (8:31) – CD SUFI SOUL (Wind Horse Records, 2009)
8. DJ Hamza/Jazbir Jassi/Sunanda Sharma – Track 1: Allah Hoo (Radio Edit) (3:57) – CD Allah Hoo (Wind Horse Records, 2010)
9. Da Saz – Track 1: Ja Mudh Ja (3:46) – CD Jet Lag (Phat Phish Records , 2008)
10. Da Saz – Track 7: Japoon Tera Naam (3:44) – CD Jet Lag (Phat Phish Records , 2008)
11. Sahej Bakshi (Dualist Inquiry) – Track 2: Pardon Me (4:48) – SINGLE (EP)
12. Sahej Bakshi (Dualist Inquiry) – Track 1: One More Thing (5:52) – SINGLE (EP)


The Playlist of radio show No. “13” (7th Febr 2011): MIXED BAG of Breedy VIBES


1. Dj DeViL (Parakh Mathur) – The Mist Of Eternity – Original miX (4:22) (2010)
2. Dj DeViL (Parakh Mathur) – T11: Feel it – Hard Electro Mix (6:07) – CD Bollywood Temptations (2010, Chiefsworld)
3. Filmi (BollyGirlNYC) – T2: Hinduistics (4:08) – CD Xenith Anon (2010, Patriarch Recordings)
4. Filmi (BollyGirlNYC) – T3: O Rings (3:33) – CD Xenith Anon (2010, Patriarch Recordings)
5. East Stepper (Abhishek D1vine Jha) – T1: AMJ Revisited (4:55) – CD Ethnic Step (2010) <=FREE DOWNLOAD OF DILRUBA !! (just click)
6. East Stepper (Abhishek D1vine Jha) – T6: Colourful Dholna (4:01) – CD Ethnic Step (2010)
7. Teddy boy kill (ToyMob & AudioPervert) – T2: TONIC (6:30) – EP The Exit Plan (2009)  <= FREE DOWNLOAD !! (just click)
8. AUDIO PERVERT & TOYMOB – ModAlert (4:17) – Single EP ElectroMassiv (2010) <= FREE DOWNLOAD !! (just click)
9. Donn Bhat (Anandt Bhatt) feat. Imran Khan – T3: WAit For You (5:38) – CD One Way CirCle (2006)
10. Donn Bhat (Anandt Bhatt) – T7: Look Away (5:20) – CD One Way CirCle (2006)
11. Jalebee Cartel – T4: Beautiful Rising (5:20) – CD One Point Nothing (2009, DadA Music)
12. Jalebee Cartel – T: When We Fall (8:02) – CD Scarab (2009, Pluquam Records)

The Playlist of radio show No. “14” (7th March 2011): Snow Drops (Schneeglöckchen)


1. Tarun ’Tspoon’ Nayar (former Delhi-2-Dublin) – Track 7: Call to Prayer (7:29) – CD 22º of Beatitude (CD Baby, 2011)
2. Tarun ’Tspoon’ Nayar (former Delhi-2-Dublin) – Track 4: 808s and Sheikh Sarai (3:05) – CD 22º of Beatitude (CD Baby, 2011)
3. Nerm Chauhan – January 2011 Mix: The Return (43:55)
4. Nuphlo – Homeland Insecurity (4:13) – CD dimmSummer presents: Nu asian soundZ (2009/2010, Hai Chai Recordings)
5. Nucleya – Anoop Jalota vs. JuJu (5:30) – Nucleya Mashup (2011)
6. Ranvir Singh Bassi (aka Basxi) – Track 9: Bombay by Rail (12:00) – LP Homeless Clouds (2010) <= free download
7. Ranvir Singh Bassi (aka Basxi) – Track 11: Imbue (4:00) – LP Homeless Clouds (2010) <= free download
8. Ranvir Singh Bassi (aka Basxi) – Track 1: Gypsy (4:17) – pre-release of  ‘Universal Taal Project’ (2011)
9. The Glitch Mob – Track 1: Starve The Ego Feed The Soul – Sub Swara Remix (4:24) – EP Drink The Sea: The Remixes Vol. 1 & 2 (2011) <= free download

The Playlist of radio show No. “15” (4th April 2011): More than Asian Music


1. Polaroid 85 (Neeta Sarl) – Track 1: Fuzzy Mornings (4:37) – Fuzzy Mornings EP (2011) <= free download
2. Polaroid 85 (Neeta Sarl) – Track 2: If (5:25) – Fuzzy Mornings EP (2011) <free download
3. Nathan Flutebox Lee & The Clinic – Track 2: Dog (4:39) – Flutebox EP (2011)
4. Nathan Flutebox Lee & The Clinic – Track 5: Switch (3:12) – Flutebox EP (2011)
5. Sukh Knight – Diesel Not Petrol (4:07) – Maida Vale (BBC) “live session” (2009))
6. Sukh Knight – Track 1: Look at (5:06) – New World Audio [NWA001] (2011, New World Audio)
7. T.L. Mazumdar – Track 7: Stay (4:53) – Four Walls – Memoirs of A Pathetic Lover (2010)
8. T.L. Mazumdar – Track 6: Just Fine (4:35) – Four Walls – Memoirs Of A Pathetic Lover (2010)
9. DJ Asif Iqbal – Ocean Lab – Satellite (Dj Asif remix, 7:03) (2010)
10. DJ Asif Iqbal – Armin van burren – Communication (Dj Asif remix, 6:12) (2010)
11. Dj Sanj – Track 9: Mitra Nu Chamak (3:35) – Block Party (2006)

12. Dj Sanj – Track 1: Tenu Bolundee (3:32) – America’s Most Wanted (2002)


The Playlist of radio show No. “16” (2nd May 2011): New Mix of Cool Vibrants.


1. Marc Fischer – Track 2: Annapurna Pavement (7:25) – CD Neti Neti – Live at Nirvana (2011, Mindplug Records)
2. Siamgda (Marc Fischer) – Track 3: Temple Ghosts (4:40) – CD Tribal Gathering (20111, Mindplug Records)
3. Aeroplane Dope, D-Skillz feat. Raggo Blunt – Track 1: Pinky Finger (Original Mix) (5:03) – EP Pinky Finger (PDR003) (2011, Plain Dope Records)
4. Aeroplane Dope, D-Skillz & 2shaR – Track 1: Shabba (3:32) – EP Shabba (PDR002) (2010, Plain Dope Records)
5. Broken Bells vs Sub Swara (Dhruva Ganesan & Dave Sharma) – Meyrin Fields (Sub Swara RMX) (4:25)
6. B.R.E.E.D. (Ritesh D’ Souza / DJ Nasha) – Constructing the Absence (PRECISE MASTER – Sub Swara Remix) (5:10) – EP Coup d’Yah (2009)
7. Nabin Shanti (The1Shanti) x Shigeto – What We Held On To (4:07)
8. the1shanti (Nabin Shanti) – Asho (Flying Lotus Mix) (3:39)
9. DJ Sanket (Sanket Mahapatra) – Dil Dhadakne Ka Sabab (2:03) (2011)
10. DJ Sanket (Sanket Mahapatra) – Ibaadat (5:03) (2011)
11. Sahil Joshi & Dj Devil India – Like a G6 (Dirty Desi Mix) (4:52) – Far East Movement feat. Cataracs & Dev (2011)

The Playlist of radio show No. “17” (4th July 2011): Cuisine Musicale de L’Inde


1. Ravi Prasad – Track 13: Worship Of The Snake (Digital Version) (5:06) – Bar De Lune Presents Buddhist Chillout (2009, Apache Rights)
2. Ravi Prasad – Track 7: Indian Gypsy (4:42) – Buddha Bar, Vol. 3 (2002, George V)
3. Shiva Sound System (SSS) – Track 1: Shivas Drums (6:33) – Shivas Drums (2007, Shiva Soundsystem Recordings)
4. Shiva Sound System (SSS) – Track 13: Mumbai Cells (V.I.V.E.K R.E.M.I.X) (5:13) – Phasmatis In Machina (2009, Shiva Soundsystem Recordings)
5. Juttla – Track 5: Bombay HQ (5:14) – Angels, Aliens & Assassins (2010, Eastern Pressure Records)
6. Juttla – Track 7: Dub Dragon (5:39) – At War With Satan (2008, Eastern Pressure Records)
7. Kohra – Track 5: Malgudi Daze (9:15) – Sector 9 (2009, Shivlink Records)
8. Kohra – Track 2: KOHRA – WIRED (8:17) – WIRED (2009, Shivlink Records)
9. Ma Faiza & Veet Sandeh – Track 11 (Vol. 2): Desert Angel (8:29) – Double CD Jamtse: Love & Compassion (An Offering For The Tibet Fund) (2008, BFM Digital)
10. Ma Faiza – Track 6: liquid (6:43) – Buddha Lounge Essentials India, Vol. 2 (incl. 2 Nonstop DJ Mixes) (2009, Jubilee Records)

The Playlist of radio show No. “18” (1st August 2011): INDIAN MASALA


1. Nitin Sawhney – Track 12: Daydream (1:55) – Last Days Of Meaning (2011, Positiv LLP)
2. Engine-EarZ Experiment – 1644 mastered Daydream EEERmx01 – original: Nitin Sawhney (5:09) – Engine-EarZ Experiment Rmx (2011)
3. Engine-EarZ Experiment – The Devil and Midnight (Remix) – original: Nitin Sawhney(5:20) – Engine-EarZ Experiment Rmx (2011)
4. Secret Archives of the Vatican – Track 5: The Empty Quarter (6:01) – Barbary Lion (2011, Broken Drum Records)
5. Secret Archives of the Vatican -Track 2: West of Eden (5:49) – Barbary Lion (2011, Broken Drum Records)
6. Tikki Masala – Dream Catcher (5:58) – n.n. (2011)
7. Tikki Masala – Hear me – little morning (6:54) – n.n. (2011)
8. Azam Ali – Track 10: Faith (reprise) (3:01) – From Night to the Edge of Day (2011, Six Degrees Records)
9. Azam Ali – Track 8: Tenderness (6:39) – From Night to the Edge of Day (2011, Six Degrees Records)
10. Jalebee Cartel – Track 1: X-Tortion (7:45) – EP X-Tortion (2011, Rococo Records)
11. Jalebee Cartel – Track 2: Pump Stop (6:08) – EP X-Tortion (2011, Rococo Records)


The Playlist of radio show No. “19” (5th September 2011): Mix it Up – Mix it Free !


1. Ash Roy – Trump (7:36) – EP Pops & Drops (2011, Vertikal Records)
2. Ash Roy – Can Also Can (Breger Remix, master5) 8:03 – EP Can also Can (2011, ElektroTribe)
3. Dr Das (Aniruddha Das) – Track 07: Encircle The City (3:04) – Outsider Album (set coming in 2013)
4. Susheela Raman & Dr Das (Aniruddha Das) – RAISE Up – Dr Das Alien Mix (3:59) – RAISE UP (2010, Outerindia)
5. Desert Dwellers – Track 03: The Dub Sutras (Sensual Sutras Mix) (7:00) – Downtemple Dub: The Lost Mixes (2011, White Swan Records)
6. Desert Dwellers – Track 04: Moonlit Horizons (Caravan mix) (6:17) – Downtemple Dub – Lost Grooves (2011, White Swan Records)
7. Sanathana (Swaroop Guhathakurta)- Track 02: WHEN BUDDHA MET SHIVA IN TIBET (8:54) – EP: Transition (2011, Goa Trance)
8. Sanathana (Swaroop Guhathakurta) – Track 03: Derek Oldman – Notch (4:30) – EP Spiritual Awakening (2011, Geomagnetic Records)
9. Jaey Gajera – Seven Mile Bridge (8:00) – (2011, Melodic Records)
10. Jaey Gajera – The White Woods (Original Mix) (7:10) – Chiefs Forum Aicid Remix Album Vol. 4) (2011, Chiefsworld)
11. Shammi Pithia – Track 04: The Dream (4:04) – Cinema For The Ears (2008)
12. Shammi Pithia – Track 06:  Sweet Nothings (5:57) – Paredolia (2011)

The Playlist of radio show No. “20” (3rd October 2011): 2 x 10 UNITs…


1. ShwoN (AJ Prasad) – Track 4: Lunar Preserve (3:48) – ShwoN Drop (2010)
2. ShwoN (AJ Prasad) – Track 3: Rage – Original Mix (4:00) – Ghengiz ShwoN (2011, High Chai Recordings)
3. Nucleya – Track 2: Chandan Sa Badan – Nucleya Remix (6:55) – Horn OK Please | Nucleya Remix songs (2010, SaReGaMa)
4. Nucleya – Track 1: Khandit Nayaka (4:54) – EP Khandit Nayaka (2011, High Chai Recordings)
5. B.R.E.E.D (Ritesh D’Souza aka DJ Nasha) – Track 2: Kandit Nayaka – B.R.E.E.D Remix (PRECISE MASTER, 4:35) – Khandit Nayaka (2011, High Chai Recordings)
6. B.R.E.E.D (Ritesh D’Souza aka DJ Nasha) – Track 2: SCHEME OF STRINGS (4:49) – EP Incu-Bass (2011, High Chai Recordings)
7. Piyush Bhatnagar – Track 1: Fireball On The Move (5:52) – EP RAD 002 (2011, RAD – Rub A Duck)
8. Piyush Bhatnagar – Track 2: Ultrasonic (7:02) – EP RAD 002 (2011, RAD – Rub A Duck)
9. Ranvir Bassi – Track 5: our clouds (6:32) – EP Cut Lip (2011)
10. Ranvir Bassi – Track 15: Untitled Yeti (7:04) – EP There are no maps to find (2011)
11. Das Racist – Track 4: Rainbow in the Dark (3:56) – Shut up, Dude (2010, Greedhead Entertainment)
12. Das Racist – Track 14: The Trick (3:01) – Relax (2011, Greedhead Entertainment)

The Playlist of radio show No. “21” (7th November 2011): INDIA – The Land of Gods.


1. Sanket Mahapatra – Firaaq (5:35) – (2011)
2. Sanket Mahapatra – Surreal Rain (dedicated to Cheb i Sabbah, 5:33) – (2011)
3. Thakur Akash Sing (DJ Akash a.k.a Akashmusic)  – akash v/s aish  (progressive house, 3:11) – (2011)
4. Thakur Akash Sing (DJ Akash a.k.a Akashmusic) – Bruno Mars – Grenade (Dirtyloud Electro Rmx, 3:45) – (2011)
5. Vinayak Karthikayan (Vinayak^a aka DJ Vinu) – Pleading To Be Forgiven (experimenal content, 5:16)
6. Vinayak Karthikayan (Vinayak^a aka DJ Vinu) – Track 3: Come with me (4:18) – EP Lonesome Train (2011, Album Pre-Mix)
7. AswiN Sreekumar and RaveeN Mohanan – Track 1: Intro – Its for You (Original Mix, 3:37) – EP Poetry In Motion (2011, A & R Productions)
8. AswiN Sreekumar and RaveeN Mohanan – Track 10: Reaching Into It (Original Mix, 6:05) – Stereo Pulse Vol. 1 (2011, A & R Productions)
9. Thinagaran Segran – Engengo (8:11) of the Velocity Flux music project (coming in 2012 as Velocity Flux – TamilTronic Vol. 1)
10. Thinagaran Segran – Aaromale 2 (7:49) of  the Velocity Flux music project (coming in 2012 as Velocity Flux – TamilTronic Vol. 1)
11. Ranvir Singh Bassi (aka Basxi) – Track 2: No expectation, Minor Major (4:28) – EP No fidelity, Dear Leader (2011)
12. Ranvir Singh Bassi (aka Basxi) – Track 2: Golden Brown (covering The Stranglers) (2:42) – EP From Bosnia (2011)

The Playlist of radio show No. “22” (5th December 2011): NO NAMES.


1. DJ Saif Khan (CPH – DK) – Hard & Maniac Electronical Vibes (1:23:58) – (2011)
2. DJ Saif Khan (CPH – DK) – Bhangra & Urban vs. Bollywood Underground (1:59:57) – (2010, Mixtape)
3. Ben-I-Sabbah (Bfx) – Desert moon III (4:06) – (2011)
4. Ben-I-Sabbah (Bfx) – Sita rama (5:14) – (2011)
5. San-j Sanj (xzecutive) – Track 01: Kya Bola Amitabh (5:58) – (2011)
6. San-j Sanj (xzecutive) – Twilight Zone V’s Aaj Ki Raat (5:47) – (2009)
7. Karsh Kale – Track 11: Man On Fire – Tab-lektrik Rexmix (4:33) – CD Cinema (2011, Six Degrees Records)
8. Tony Grey (Karsh Kale Elektrik Shakti Rework) – Track 04: Say What You Mean (7:10) – CD Unknown Angels (2011, Obliqsound)
9. BASSFoundation – Soundboy Zindabad! (1:17:51) – BASSFoundation Mix 4.0 (2011)
10. BASSFoundation (Praxis & Big Daddy Klein) – The Low Down (47:47) – BASSFoundation Studio Mix 5.0 (2011)
11. Rohit Namah (Chromadermaya) – the drumNbass project 1 (43:58) – (2011)
12. Rohit Namah (Chromadermaya) – BreakBeatset-1 (46:00) – (2011)


The Playlist of radio show No. “23” (2nd January 2012): Blooming Vibes of Indian Spring.


1. Badeshi (Ben Hamid) – You Got Me (4:25) – (2011, other brother recordings)
2. Badeshi (Ben Hamid) – Reach (remix) (6:57) – (2011, other brother recordings)
3. doc bLAdez – Dhol Vajda (Blunted bLAdez Mix) (6:29)
4. doc bLAdez – Gori’s Jhanjar Dub (3:33) – (2012)
5. Janaka Selekta (Janaka Atugoda) – JAAN (mix) (6:03) – (2011)
6. Janaka Selekta (Janaka Atugoda) – TAAL (remix) (5:23) – (2011)
7. Ranvir Singh Bassi – Track 2: I am Shaitan (2:16) – Forget Me Music (2011)
8. Ranvir Sing Bassi – Track 9: Expected Love (5:52) – Forget Me Music (2011)
9. Samrat Bee (audiopervert) – aurora borealis (the totem-pole) (7:27) – Sawtooth Junkie (2011)
10. Samrat Bee (audiopervert) – Mad World(Ozrabal Dreams) (6:41) – Sawtooth Junkie (2011)
11. TaTvA Kundalini feat. Naseeruddin Shah – The Blue Berry Hunt (OST) (3:44) – (2011)
12. TaTvA Kundalini – spaceia (6:46) – (2011, Chill Om Records)

The Playlist of radio show No. “24” (6th February 2012): Indian Vibes – Future Sound.


1. TaTvA Kundalini – Track 3: Peter Kat (Original Mix) (8:32) –  EP Love in Mono (2012, Chill Om Records)
2. Arjun Vagale – Track 1: Danger Mouse (8:03) – EP Danger Mouse  (2012,  Trapez Ltd.)
3. Arjun Vagale – Track 3: Shaken Bake (Remix) (7:54) – EP Shaken Bake (2011, Frequenza)
4. Engine Earz Experiment – Track: 1644 mastered DevilMidnight (long version  –  remix) (4:13) (2012)
5. Engine EarZ Experiment – Track: EngineEarZExperiment’s Channel (4:44) (2012)
6. Kush Arora –  Track 4: Kush Arora feat. Bongo Chilli  –  Wine Mek Me See You (Kush Arora Bashy Remix) (4:51) –  The Dread Bass Chronicles (remixed) (2011)
7. Kush Arora –  Track 6: Kush Arora feat. Warrior Queen  –  Making Money (Clean Edit) (3:40) –  The Dread Bass Chronicles (remixed) (2011)
8. DJ Pinju (Patrick Puthoor) – Track 2: Spice (4:04) – EP MAD INDIAN (2011, Bombay Boogie Records)
9.DJ Pinju (Patrick Puthoor) – Track 6: Machete (3:48) – EP MAD INDIAN (2011, Bombay Boogie Records)
10. DJ Kerala Boy (Sherry Kzhukandayil) – Track: WorldBeats Mix (BigFM) (14:51) (2011)
11. DJ Kerala Boy (Sherry Kzhukandayil) – Track 1: india!MixSession (Vol.1) (14:28) – India!MixSession (Vol. 1-3) (2011)
12. Najma Akhtar – Track 2: Miskatonic (3:10) – CD Vivid (2002, Second Sight)
13. Najma Akhtar – Track 3: Ghoom Charakhana (Talvin Singh Future Sound of India Mix) (6:33) – CD It’s a Triple Earth (1996, triple earth)

The Playlist of radio show No. “25” (5th March 2012): Rollin the Wheel


1. Ranvir Singh Bassi (aka Baxi) – Track 22: mad – lost (12th January) (5:52) – EP ZEROGAME (2012, Bandcamp)
2. Ranvir Singh Bassi (aka Baxi) – Track 7: Down the brook (30th January) (2:16) – EP ZEROGAME (2012, Bandcamp)
3. Secret Archives of the Vatican – Track 2: Horse Warrior (4:00) – EP Panjandrum (2012, Broken Drum Records)
4. Secret Archives of the Vatican – Track 6: Hunter’s Moon (6:48) – EP Barbary Lion (2011, Broken Drum Records)
5. DJ Ayesha – Track: WiCKeD MaY (51:35) (2011, mix tape)
6. DJ Ayesha – Track: MixTape (1:01:26) (2011, mix tape)
7. DJ Vikas J – Track 12: Deadmau5 (DJ Vikas J Remake Chill out) (5:00) – EP Digital Vibes 2 (2011)
8. DJ Vikas J – Track 3: Sadi Galli (DJ Vikas J Remix) (5:57) – EP Digital Vibes 1 (2011)
9. Chakra:Vu (Rohit Saini & Sameer Singh) – Track: In A Dream (55:12) (2011, mix tape)
10. Chakra:Vu (Rohit Saini & Sameer Singh) – Track: Deep Desire (56:32) (2012, mix tape)
11. Dehli Sultanate (Taru Dalmia) – Track 5: DuBSingh (produced by audioperv) (4:55) – The Bant Singh Project (2011, Word Sound Power (Film docu))
12. Dehli Sultanate (Taru Dalmia) – Track 6: The Fire (Dr. Das remix) (3:09) – The Bant Singh Project (2011, Word Sound Power (Film docu))

The Playlist of radio show No. “26” (2nd April 2012): Old School – New Generation


1. Maninder Jheeta (g-ta) – Track: Akhiya Dub [Surinder Kaur], 4:34 (2012)
2. Maninder Jheeta (g-ta) – Track: Sahiba da Tarla (4:21) – g-ta (2010)
3. Ashish Sachan (Hashback Hashish) – Track: Soul Sleeper (Original Mix) (2:06) – Soul Sleeper (2012)
4. Ashish Sachan (Hashback Hashish) – Track: Apodyopsis (Mix), 5:07 (2010)
5. Rahul M. Das (DJay Rahul) – Track: Funky trance music, 2:18 (2011)
6. Rahul M. Das (DJay Rahul) – Track: Tu Jaane Na( APKGK ) Progressive Edit Mix, 7:23 (2011)
7. Avidosh R Pande (Root Canal) – Track 1: Inter galactic peace with aliens, 4:11 (2012)
8. Avidosh R Pande (Root Canal) – Track: I ll do the talking tonight (Remix) (4:03) – Agent Vinod (2012)
9. DJ Chetu (Chetan Vichare) & Pooja Jadhavrao (vocal) – Track: Haal E Dil [Female Version] Pooja Jadhavrao’s Original Vocal  (5:20) – Burning Deckz. Vol. 3 (2011)
10. Chetan Vichare (DJ Chetu) – Track: Teri Meri Progressive Club Mix (6:40) – Burning Deckz Vol. 3 (2011)
11. DJ Chinmoy (Chinmoy Borah) – Track: 3: Dhu Soku Meli (Dj Chinmoy’z Exclusive Assamese House RmX) (3:42) – Beatz On Da Street’z. Vol. 1 (2009)
12. DJ Chinmoy (Chinmoy Borah) ft. Pitbull – Track: 3: DJ Chinmoy – Hotel Room Service (Electro House Mix) (4:41) – MIDNIGHT BLAST’z Vol. 1 (2009)

The Playlist of radio show No. “27” (7th May 2012): Around the Capital City.


1. Audio Pervert (Samrat Bee) – Track: Friday (5:56) – Single 11′ (2011)
2. Audio Pervert (feat. Twila.Too) – Track: shlepp (6:37) – EP Singles are Dead (2012)
3. SWITCH BITCH – Track 3: Trees (3:21) – EP TREES (2012) <= free download
4. SWITCH BITCH – Track: Astroclad (5:02) – (2012, Switch Bitch Sets) <= free download
5. Dj Pash (Pushpendra Giri) – Track: The Electrofied Era (4:28)(2012)
6. DJ Sam S & DJ Pash (Pushpendra Giri) – Track: Kaho Na Kaho – Murder (Lovified Drop Mix) (4:39) (2012)
7. Tikki Masala (Dirk Ceulemans) – Track 8: Euphoriant (7:33) – EP Dil Ka Desh (2012, Mind Plug Records)
8. Tikki Masala (Dirk Ceulemans) – Track: Space effects (6:02) (2011)
9. Sadahnmo (Siddharth Bhatia) – Track 10: Evolution 3014 (5:36) – EP Synths of Yanihba (2012, 3rd Thought Records)
10. Sadahnmo (Siddharth Bhatia) – Track 11: Pierce and reach out (5:04) – EP Synths of Yanihba  (2012, 3rd Thought Records)
11. Sridhar/Thayil (Jeet Thayil, Suman Sridhar) – Track 5: Her Hymn (5:20) – EP STD (2012, Sting Music) <= free download
12. Sridhar/Thayil (Jeet Thayil, Suman Sridhar) – Track 13: City of Sisters (Audiopervert mix) (4:54) – EP STD (2012, Sting Music) <= free download

The Playlist of radio show No. “28” (4th June 2012): No Structure behind.


1. Niyaz – Track 1: Parishaan (3:54) – CD Sumud (2012, Six Degrees Records)
2. ROMAY – Track: Freedom (bonus track, 4:35) – TRUE VISION (EP) (2012, Acoustic Science)
3. Nuphlo (Mannie Sandhu) & DJ Apurva Chavda – Track 5: Conflict Resolution(6:11) – 7th Day (EP) (2012, Meerkat Recordings)
4. Osmani Soundz & Nuphlo (Mannie Sandhu)  – Track 2: Sand Dunes(5:53) – 7th Day (EP) (2012, Meerkat Recordings)
5. Sulk Station (Tanvi Rao & Rahul Giri) -Track 3: Contentment(4:49) – CD Till you appear (2012, CDBaby.com)
6. Sulk Station (Tanvi Rao & Rahul Giri) -Track 10: Wait (4:33) – CD Till you appear (2012, CDBaby.com)
7. DJ Vipin Nair – Track: David Guetta Ft. Sia – Titanium (Vipin’s Mashup, full version, 5:21) (2012)
8. DJ Vipin Nair – Track: A World of Sound and Silcence vs Anja vs Love it or leave it (mashup) (10:28) (2012)
9. Rahul & Shubhneet Singh – Track: Tujhe Sochta Hoon (Drum & Bass to Dubstep mashup, 4:20) (2012)
10. Shubhneet Singh – Track: Pani Da Rang (remix, 3:51) (2012)
11. DJ Chetas – Track: [D4D] – Pani Da Rang (remix, 4:56) (2012)
12. DJ Chetas – Track: Piya O Re Piya (mashup, 5:04) (2012)

The Playlist of radio show No. “29” (6th August 2012): From Indian Monsoon into Post Monsoon


1. FuzzCulture (Arsh Sharma & Srijan Mahajan) – Track: Et tu Brutus (5:24) (2012)
2. FuzzCulture (Arsh Sharma & Srijan Mahajan) – Track: I See Ghosts (5:45) (2012)
3. Nikhil Kaul (aka Frame by Frame) – Track: Droplet (6:55) (2012)
4. Nikhil Kaul (aka Frame by Frame) – Track: Opal (4:00) (2012)
5. Sanket Mahapatra – Track: My Childhood Days Are Far Behind (5:32) (2012)
6. Sanket Mahapatra – Track: The Deserts Miss The Rain (7:22) (2012)
7.Bandish Projekt (Mayur Narvekar) – Track 6: Bandish Projekt- Chilled Alarms (6:09) – EP I am not alone (2011, Bheja Fry Records)
8. Bandish Projekt (Mayur Narvekar) – Track: Dj Baje – Bandish Projekt Rework (4:35) – White label (2012)
9. Aswin Sreekumar – Track 1: Bodyguard – Teri Meri (Aswin Bootleg Remix, 5:50) – Stereo Pulse Vol. 1 (2011, A&R Productions)
10.Aswin Sreekumar – Track 4: Teri Yadoo Se – Blood Money (Aswin Sreekumar Remix, 4:51) – Stereo Pulse Vol. 2 (2012, A&R Productions)
11.Rupinder Singh Sindhu (aka Sunskript) – Track 1: Mohabat (4:24) – EP Kali Yuga (2012, Chaiwallas Boombox)
12.Rupinder Singh Sindhu (aka Sunskript) – Track 2: Puppet Master (4:36) – EP Kali Yuga (2012, Chaiwallas Boombox)

The Playlist of radio show No. “30” (3rd September 2012): Diversity of Vibes.


1. Abhishek Kaushal (Indy Tripper) – Track: Romay Heritage (4:38, 2012)
2. Abhishek Kaushal (Indy Tripper) – Track: Indus Valley (7:52, 2012)
3. DJ VIPIN – Track: TOH PHIR AAO (DUB MASHUP, 5:14 – 2012)
4. DJ VIPIN – Track: JO TERE SANG (MASHUP, 7:46) – Single: JO TERE SANG (2012)
5. Karan Virdi & Chandan Chahal – Track: P.A.N.J Bhangra Jashan (8:27, 2012)
6. Karan Virdi & Chandan Chahal – Track: Bhangra Idols Best in the West (7:42, 2012)
7. DJ Jiten UK – Track 1: Parda – Mish Mash Afrojack kick Mix (6:05) – EP Genre (2012)
8. DJ Jiten UK – Track 7: Ek Look – Hip Hop Mix (4:32) – EP Genre (2012)
9. Teenu Arora – Track: Toast (final mix, 5:11, 2012)
10. Ramya Iyer & Teenu Arora – Track: Ever since (4:25) – Single “Ever since” (2012)
11. K.S.W. (Kushal S. Wagle) – Track: Pani Da Rang (Remix, 5:22 – 2012)
12. K.S.W. (Kushal S. Wagle) – Track: Teri Meri (Uplifting Remix, 6:59 – 2011)

The Playlist of radio show No. “31” (1st October 2012) soon here…


Aesh (Trio)

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Aesh

Aesh is a newcomer into the World of Music Sphere. A Wonder Full carpet-flight with Drum & Bassy Qawalli Beats blended with the captivating magical sounds of India.
Dreamy Animal songs of Fantasy-worlds and Down to earth Beats with Inspired acoustic playing, let's you dive into the depth's of Celine's voice...
Live laptop-mixing and energising improvisations makes a live concert a mesmerising experience. Indian chansons..... French Raaga..... Funky world music....... This Trinity met at the Rotterdam Conservatory in Passion of Classical Indian Music. With Heiko's travels into the electronic scene in Amsterdam/Europe (lot's of Sutra-Funk, Club Karma, Sfinks), they smoothly found a warm rich sound together(though to bring it out took quite a while).
Celine Wadier - Fairy Tailed Vocals & lyrics, keyboard/ MartijnBaaijens - Funky Sarod, keyboard/ Heiko Dijker - Tabla, Laptop-programming, keyboard (Source: www.myspace.com/aeshmusic

 
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Anoushka Shankar & Karsh Kale

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Breathing under water

Anoushka Shankar (Hindi: अनुष्का शंकर), born June 9, 1981) is a sitar player and composer in the United States. She is the daughter of Ravi Shankar, Indian sitar player, and Sukanya Rajan, a bank employee. Through her father, she is the half-sister of Grammy Award winner Norah Jones. Shankar began training on the sitar with her father as a child, gave a public performance at the age of thirteen, and signed her first record contract at 16. She released her first album, Anoushka, in 1998. Later, in February 2000, Shankar became the first woman to perform at The Ramakrishna Centre in Kolkata. Both Shankar and her half-sister, Norah Jones, were nominated for Grammy awards in 2003. Shankar, in collaboration with Karsh Kale, released Breathing Under Water on 28 August 2007. It is a mix of classical sitar and electronica beats and melodies. Notable guest vocals include her half-sister, Norah Jones, Sting, and Ravi Shankar who performs a sitar duet with his daughter. In 2009, Anoushka started writing weekly columns for HT City, the lifestyle supplement of Hindustan Times. These columns appear online on social network Desimartini.
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Karsh Kale (Marathi: कर्श काळे Kursh Kah-lay) is an Indian American producer, composer and musician, known for melding Indian music with the modern electronic club music of his American upbringing. Kale spent his early years in New York City. He often played tabla with Vishal Bakshi (Vishal Vaid) and Brent Arnesen. He also formed a band named "Bhoom Shankar" with long time allies Ajay Naidu, Shahid Siddiqui and Vishal Vaid. Though they did not release anything officially but the Bhoom Shankar and Future Proof (monthly party started by Kale at Joe's in NYC) happened to be the early sounds of "Asian Massive" referred as a Sub-Genre of Electronica. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Apache Indian

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Time for Change

Apache Indian is the stage name of the reggae dee jay/toaster, Steven Kapur (born 11 May 1967, Handsworth, Birmingham). Born into a family of Indian origins, Kapur grew up in Handsworth, a racially mixed area with large Black and Asian communities, home of reggae bands such as Steel Pulse, and by the early 1980s he was working with local sound systems and wearing dreadlocks.[1] By the mid-1980s he had trimmed his hair and began to make a name for himself as a dancehall deejay, and he recorded his first single in 1990, "Movie Over India", initially a white-label pressing, until it was picked up by the reggae distributor Jet Star.[1] The single mixed ragga and bhangra and was hugely popular among audiences of both genres.[1] Two further singles followed in a similar vein, "Chok There" and "Don Raja", bringing him to the attention of the major labels, and in 1992 he signed a recording contract with Island Records... (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Asian Dub Foundation

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Community Music

Community Music is an album by British band Asian Dub Foundation, released on 20 March 2000. The album reached #20 in the UK album charts. (Wikipedia.org)

Personnel

- Deeder Saidullah Zaman (also known as Master D) - Programming, vocals
- Steve Chandra Savale (also known as Chandrasonic) - Guitars, programming, vocals, tsura
- John Ashok Pandit (also known as Pandit G) - Turntables, samples, vocals
- Sanjay Gulabhai Tailor (also known as Sun J) - Effects, mixology, synthesiser
- Aniruddha Das (also known as Dr. Das) - Bass, programming, vocals

 
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Atman (Sao Paulo/Brazil)

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Ethernal Dance II

The seeds for the Atman project were sown in 1996, when the artist was deeply involved with Yoga practice and philosophy. The idea of adding music to the vocal mantras used during his practice was born out of a desire to share his love for this Indian tradition. Produced independently with few resources, the first album was ready on early 1997. In July 1997 Eternal Dance is released under MCD World Music.
On early 1998, launches Eternal Dance II, co-produced by Marcelo Gallo. By the end of the year the same album is released on Europe under Amiata Records. The good acceptance of the first two albums in Brazil as well as overseas allows, and demands, a reengineering of both professional and personal life for the artist.

During this transition period, he researches deeply into the works of Joseph Campbell and starts developing what would become the next two Atman albums. 2002 saw the debut of The Lonely Road, first installment of the project that translates to music each step on the hero-journey as described by Campbell in his book The Hero with a Thousand Faces. A year later, The Traveler hits retail as the second and last part of the project. Experiments with fractal and ambient music produced the double CD Darkness & Light under the Sonic Mandalas nom de guerre in early 2004. A few months later a collection of 25 remixes done by artists from all over the world through a remix contest based on the internet is released as India Club & Lounge. A collection of loungy tracks featuring soul, jazz, brazilian and indian influences is released as Chocolate Deluxe using the Taylor M. moniker before the end of the same year.

 
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Badmarsh & Shri

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SIGNS

Signs is the Second Collaboration Between Bombay-born, London Raised DJ / Producer Badmarsh and Bombay-born, London Resident / Classically Trained Musician Shri. The First was 1998s Dancing Drums. And While it was a Potent Amalgamation of Percussive Asian Breakbeats and Club-carved Basslines, the New Endeavour Takes an Altogether Broader and Deeper Approach. Starting with the Spiritual Title Track (The Lyrics--performed by Original Nuttah UK Apache--are a Metaphor for Life Itself), the Album Proceeds to Unwind in Many Unexpected Directions. Although Cuts Such as Swarm, Tribal and Get Up See the Duo Revert Back to the Dancefloor Vibes of Dancin Drums, the Rest of the Album Delves Into Moments of Beatless Bliss and Windswept Beauty. These Tracks--mountain Path, Day by Day, Soaring Beyond, Sajanaa and the Last Mile Are Infused with Eastern Instrumentation and Feature Vocal Contributions from Sanchita Farruque, Sanjogita Kumari and Mercury Prize Nominee Kathryn Williams. (Amazon.com)

 
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Bally Sagoo

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Rising from the East

Bally Sagoo (born Baljit Singh Sagoo) is a British Asian musician and DJ who was born in Ranjit Nagar, Delhi, India, but grew up in Birmingham, England, in a predominantly Black neighbourhood, influenced by disco, rap and Motown music. He gained success as a DJ in the club scene and broke into music by revamping old Bollywood hits and fusing them with hip hop. He is widely credited as one of the original pioneers of what is now modern Indian music, and for triggering the explosion of modern Bhangra pop music (although his music was and is more a fusion of Western dance and hip hop with existing Indian music). This is specifically seen in his 1994 album Bollywood Flashback, followed up with Rising From The East in 1996. Bally runs a production company named Ishq Records that manages several artistes like Bohemia and Gunjan. He has worked twice with the Pakistani pop singer Hadiqa Kiyani. On an international scale, his most famous work features prominently in Gurinder Chadha's film Bend It Like Beckham. He worked together with Amitabh Bachchan for a musical rendition of Harivansh Rai Bachchan's poetry and produced Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's album Magic Touch. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Bandish Projekt

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Brown Skin Beauty

Mayur Narvekar aka bandishprojekt - Today, Bandish projekt is a solo effort,the sound of Bandish Projekt is as familiar as it is new. As chaotic as it is calm. Infused with the right amount of classical. Maddened by the right content of frenzy. An experiment in sound. An evolution in music. A phenomenon that will force you to sit up and take notice. It is about the music of sound.

 
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Black Bombay (Toulouse/France)

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Black Bombay

Part of the early-2000s worldtronica movement, Black Bombay mixes the concepts of trip-hop with Hindi vocals and a bit of Indian percussion here and there. The vocalists used are quite powerful ones, with voices soaring over the instrumental tracks easily. While the worldtronica trend wasn't exactly new at the time of this album's release (taking its first major steps with "Return to Innocence" years ago), the force behind it was growing rapidly. The sounds here are laid-back journeys through the chord changes and song structures of a basic piece of trip-hop, complete with the usual wordless (or foreign) ambient vocals, but there's a more distinct sense of the Indian influence here. It's an interesting sound, going a little beyond the usual dance infusions with a more tranquil setting for the samples to stretch out in. As would be expected, the tabla becomes an important instrument in the mix, lending its stretches and bounces in tone to the diversity of sound needed to keep an album of this sort interesting. The tempo alone excludes the album from fanship from most of those who follow groups such as Tabla Beat Science, but that doesn't invalidate it from being a decent piece of work. Give it a listen as a representative of the future of trip-hop in a more cross-cultural environment. ~ Adam Greenberg (Source: www.cduniverse.com)

 
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Bombay Dub Orchestra

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3 Cities

The Bombay Dub Orchestra is the brainchild of the U.K.-based duo of Garry Hughes (Björk, Sly & Robbie) and Andrew T. Mackay (VAST, Annie Leibovitz). The project is s a unique marriage of chilled electronica with the cinematic lushness of a full 28 piece Indian orchestra . The group's self titled debut release captured the imaginations of consumers and critics around the world and has resulted in rave reviews, track placements on the prestigious Buddha Bar compilation and in films such as Adam Sandler's Don't Mess With the Zohan and remixing gigs for such global acts as Bebel Gilberto, CeU, Banco de Gaia and Gaudi + Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Recorded in London, Mumbai & Chennai, Bombay Dub Orchestra's sophomore release, Three Cities takes the group's uniquely dubbed, South Asian sound to new levels of beauty, once again featuring a full Indian orchestra as well as some of the greatest soloists and vocalists that the Indian sub continent has to offer. (Source: Amazon.com)

 
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Monsoon Malabar Remixes Digital 12

Bombay Dub Orchestra are two English musicians, Garry Hughes and Andrew T. Mackay. Garry Hughes has had time playing with Bjork and Sly & Robbie, whereas Andrew T. Mackay has scored works for people such as Annie Leibovitz, LA Rockers VAST and ABC (the 80's group, not the TV network) Garry Hughes has also played keyboards and produced for groups like Pink Floyd and Art of Noise according to notes found on the net.
Six Degrees have been releasing interesting titles for some time now, cutting edge electronica merging with Indian rhythms.The danger with this release is that some people will write it off as good dinner party music, which would be a shame. It has a lot to offer depending on your state of mind at time of listening. This album will appeal to a lot of listeners. I like it immensely though I still want some sort of an 'edge' to my music when I am listening. Still it is one of the better release of the year so far. What would really be good now is for another remix album of this material to come out but from other artists on Six Degrees. Maybe this is already in the pipeline. (Source: Amazon.com)

 
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Channi Singh

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Makhana

Channi Singh is the godfather of bhangra music in the Western World.[1] Channi is the founder, lead singer, producer, director of Alaap. He came from Malerkotla, Punjab to the UK in 1975 and gradually started the popularity of Punjabi music among the Punjabi youth in the UK, forming the Alaap group in 1977 with other talented musicians. By using both Western and Punjabi folk instruments, the group produced a new and more modern style in Punjabi music, later known as UK Bhangra... (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Claude Challe (Buddha-Bar)

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Buddha-Bar (Volume 2)

The Buddha Bar music series is a compilation of lounge, chill out music and world music, released by George V Records. The series was created by DJ and Buddha Bar founder Claude Challe who compiled and produced the first two albums. The series has continued with different DJs, including DJ Ravin, Sam Popat, and David Visan. The Buddha Bar has also released "Buddha Bar Nature" and "Buddha-Bar Ocean", composed and produced by Arno Elias, the composer of "Amor Amor" from Buddha Bar 2. This included a DVD of nature footage directed by Allain Bougrain-Dubourg. (Source: Wikipedia.org)

 
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Buddha-Bar (Volume 1)

The Buddha Bar music series is a compilation of lounge, chill out music and world music, released by George V Records. The series was created by DJ and Buddha Bar founder Claude Challe who compiled and produced the first two albums. The series has continued with different DJs, including DJ Ravin, Sam Popat, and David Visan. The Buddha Bar has also released "Buddha Bar Nature" and "Buddha-Bar Ocean", composed and produced by Arno Elias, the composer of "Amor Amor" from Buddha Bar 2. This included a DVD of nature footage directed by Allain Bougrain-Dubourg. (Source: wikipedia.org)

 
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Da Saz

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Jet Lag

Jet Lag is dusted up archives of age-old musical wisdom cased in a slick, new avatar. This rich piece of art brings in the timbre of old Hindi cinema, traditional Punjabi dirges, solemn gravity of ghazals, the intensity of Indian classical music and Sufiana influences and is a flawless representation of ‘educated’ music. It might sound mostly the same on a shallow listen but a keen ear would pick the layers of heterogeneity on mostly every element (vocals, instruments, songwriting and content.) Some songs such as ‘Qalander’ and ‘Jet Lag’ have portions sung in incomprehensible dialects (on ‘Qalander’ our guess is Kurdish/Persian.) Dhruv Sangari’s mastery on various vocal styles through ghazal, khyal, thumri, and bhajan is astounding. His tumbling rhythm bols and fiery train of ragas work well for the album. Jet Lag is heavy on string instruments – sitar, santoor, guitars, and violin amongst others and electro grooves are probably the only contemporary sounds you would hear. The improvisational ability distinctive of Indian classical musicians is deliciously brought out. ‘Duniya’ is a noteworthy track, relying on its melancholic melody and lyrics; if this song was a product of the Sixties it would undoubtedly be an old classic today. ‘Japoon Tera Naam’ has a lot of contemporary influences although the vocals retain the classic sheen. The track has abstract loops and smooth picks on the guitar gearing up to build a thunderous guitar section – a fast rhythm, ripping solo and quick riffs that are followed by a violin piece. The album inspires a more-gloom ridden symphony, with only numbered upbeat tracks. It’s an eclectic ensemble of musicians and a must-have. This jet lag is more than welcome. (Source: Rolling Stone India)

 
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Decoy (Dhanya Pilo)

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Progressive PsyTrance Edition: 2009

DeCOY (Dhanya Pilo) is a visual jockey who uses her film making and photographic skills to create images of India that are evocative, personal and compelling. She is happiest while creating visual sequences spontaneously, while seeking a connection with the music and DJ. Dark, happy and calm. Decoy works as a film maker, designer and a visual artist from her studio in Bombay, the teeming hub of India’s artistic and film community. Filmmaker, Editor, Visual Jockey, Art director, Lighting designer, Sailor... all rolled into one package.

 
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Decoy - Push Button Pony

DeCOY (Dhanya Pilo) is a visual jockey who uses her film making and photographic skills to create images of India that are evocative, personal and compelling. She is happiest while creating visual sequences spontaneously, while seeking a connection with the music and DJ. Dark, happy and calm. Decoy works as a film maker, designer and a visual artist from her studio in Bombay, the teeming hub of India’s artistic and film community. Filmmaker, Editor, Visual Jockey, Art director, Lighting designer, Sailor... all rolled into one package.

 
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Digital Bled (DJ Joao Pedro Veloso)

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Caravana

Digital Bled is the brainchild of João Pedro Veloso Rodrigues, a Portuguese producer/musician/DJ who has lived in Paris since the '70s. The Paris resident, who often goes by DJ Pedro, favors an intriguing, highly percussive blend of electronica (especially trip-hop) and world music. Digital Bled has some subtle South American influences -- namely Afro-Brazilian -- as well as occasional hints of Portuguese music, but its experiments owe a lot more to the Middle East, North Africa, and India. Pedro's interest in music goes back to childhood; he was born in Estoril, Portugal, and he was only a kid when a trumpet-playing neighbor encouraged him to listen to Portuguese music. At 11, Pedro left Portugal with his parents and moved to Paris, where he got into a wide variety of non-Portuguese sounds. After buying a copy of the Shaft soundtrack in a Paris department store, he became seriously interested in '60s and '70s soul music; and he also developed a strong interest in rock (David Bowie and Pink Floyd were among his favorites). As a teenager, Pedro learned to play different instruments, including drums, bass, and guitar. Then, as a young adult, he got into a variety of music-related activities. Pedro became a nighttime salesman for a Paris record store, and he also became a club jock in France's largest city; that was when he started going by DJ Pedro.

It was in the '80s that Pedro got into producing and mixing and learned a lot about electronic music. For several years, Pedro was involved with Paris' hip-hop scene, but he didn't want to be a full-time hip-hopper and ended up mixing soundtracks; not only soundtracks for films, but also the soundtracks of various fashion shows (including the Xuly Bet and Isabel Marant shows). Pedro's Digital Bled project got underway in the '90s, when he started collaborating with raï singer Youcef Boukela. In addition to singing raï -- a funky, Western-influenced style of North African pop that came out of Algeria and is quite popular in Paris' Arabic community -- Boukela is a flexible musician who plays the electric bass and the berimbau (a string instrument that has been heard on a lot of Afro-Brazilian recordings). Boukela was perfect for Digital Bled because, like Pedro, he had a variety of Eastern and Western influences. He shared Pedro's enthusiasm for electronica and trip-hop; Boukela, a member of the Orchestre National de Barbès (ONB), also shared his interest in Middle Eastern, North African, and Indian music. Digital Bled's other participants have included electric bassist Dany'O and Brazilian saxophonist Glaucus Linx, who is known for his work with world music icon Salif Keita. Caravana was released in the United States by Tinder in 2002. ~ Alex Henderson, All Music Guide (Amazon.com)

 
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dimmSummer

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dimmSummer presents: Nu asian soundZ

This bass-heavy joint from HCR compiled by ethnotechno.com founder dimmSummer brings you slammers from David Starfire, Jalebee Cartel, Liquid Stranger, GOONDA, Nuphlo, Radiohiro, KRTS, Omnesia, B.R.E.E.D, Deaf Bass Twins, and more… (source: ethnotechno.com)

 
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Dhol Foundation

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Big Drum Small World

The Dhol Foundation is both a dhol drum institute in London and a musical group playing bhangra music. The dhol school was founded in 1989 by former Alaap member Johnny Kalsi when several musicians asked him to be their teacher, and a first album was released by Kalsi and his students in 2001 . Dhol drums are a traditional percussion instrument from the Punjab province in the north of India, from which Kalsi originates. In London he experimented with dance beats and electronic music, which he mixes with the traditional bhangra style in his albums. They have had their music in Hollywood films such as Gangs of New York and Incredible Hulk also have done work on soundtracks with Peter Gabriel on films such as Rabbit-Proof Fence and The Last Temptation of Christ. They opened the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne in 2006. TDF have a connection to Womad, as they own the copyright to all of their songs, and they have also performed at Womad many times of the past few years. In fact, in the past two years, they have played at Womad Reading twice, despite not being scheduled to appear either time. Although officially released in 2005, 200 pre-release 'festival edition' copies the album Drum-Believable were available for those who attended Womad Reading in 2004 as a festival edition. These are now a rarity. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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DJ DeVil India (Parakh Mathur)

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Bollywood Temptations 2010

Dj DeViL is a young and talented Dj/Producer,all the way from INDIA.He is just 16 yrs. old now but his mixes are really MASSIVE.He started the Production at the age of 14,he is mostly into ELECTRONIC Music.You can catch him up on FACEBOOK,ORKUT,SOUNDCLOUD and MYSPACE .And now he is popularly known as "Dj DeViL- The Electro MAfia" for his EXPLOSIVE Electro Stuff.
So Cheers for the young talent- Dj DeViL. (Source: www.reverbnation.com)

 
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DJ Hamza

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Allah Hoo

Hailing from New Delhi, Hamza has attained a reputation as a pioneer of the house scene in India and one of the more innovative and exciting up-and-coming producers today. Hamza's diverse international sound is influenced from his strong musical background as well as growing up in India and traveling the world, living in Paris, Boston, and New York. Exposure to renowned house DJs such as Terry Francis, Dave Mothersole, DJ Heather, and Danny Teneglia inspired Hamza to create his own electronic dance productions. Soon he found a unique style of house music combining deep, tribal, and funky sounds with strong world music influences. At the age of 27 Hamza has already worked with some of the biggest names in world music. These artists include Punjabi icon Jasbir Jassi and David Hykes, the only western vocalist specializing in sacred Mongolian chants. Besides these artists, Hamza has also worked with Taz from Stereo Nation, the largest selling Indian pop fusion act ever.
Hamza is also a top notch DJ, bringing his fresh sound to dancefloors from New York to Portugal, Boston to Hyderabad, Paris to Pune. His sets typically start with his signature deep house sound, heavily influenced by Latin/Afro/World flavors, before developing into powerful tribal and electro-progressive influenced beats perfect for the peak time. Hamza's unmistakable style, combined with many of his own productions, create memorable DJ sets that turn many clubbers into instant fans and followers.

 
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SUFI SOUL

Hailing from New Delhi, Hamza has attained a reputation as a pioneer of the house scene in India and one of the more innovative and exciting up-and-coming producers today. Hamza's diverse international sound is influenced from his strong musical background as well as growing up in India and traveling the world, living in Paris, Boston, and New York. Exposure to renowned house DJs such as Terry Francis, Dave Mothersole, DJ Heather, and Danny Teneglia inspired Hamza to create his own electronic dance productions. Soon he found a unique style of house music combining deep, tribal, and funky sounds with strong world music influences. At the age of 27 Hamza has already worked with some of the biggest names in world music. These artists include Punjabi icon Jasbir Jassi and David Hykes, the only western vocalist specializing in sacred Mongolian chants. Besides these artists, Hamza has also worked with Taz from Stereo Nation, the largest selling Indian pop fusion act ever.
Hamza is also a top notch DJ, bringing his fresh sound to dancefloors from New York to Portugal, Boston to Hyderabad, Paris to Pune. His sets typically start with his signature deep house sound, heavily influenced by Latin/Afro/World flavors, before developing into powerful tribal and electro-progressive influenced beats perfect for the peak time. Hamza's unmistakable style, combined with many of his own productions, create memorable DJ sets that turn many clubbers into instant fans and followers.

 
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DJ Ravin

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Siddharta: Spirit of Buddha Bar (Volume 3)

Ravin, the celebrated DJ responsible for the highly acclaimed "Siddharta I and II", shares a new compilation that fascinates and inspires. Featuring a vast array of artists, Ravin captures all our senses one more time in this double CD. Includes Thievery Corporation, James Bright, Laidback, The Real Tuesday Weld, Arkin Allen, Big Bud, Zero 7, Nickodemus, Mikael Delta, Sultan, and many more. (Source: Amazon.com)

 
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Buddha-Bar (Volume 3)

The Buddha Bar music series is a compilation of lounge, chill out music and world music, released by George V Records. The series was created by DJ and Buddha Bar founder Claude Challe who compiled and produced the first two albums. The series has continued with different DJs, including DJ Ravin, Sam Popat, and David Visan. The Buddha Bar has also released "Buddha Bar Nature" and "Buddha-Bar Ocean", composed and produced by Arno Elias, the composer of "Amor Amor" from Buddha Bar 2. This included a DVD of nature footage directed by Allain Bougrain-Dubourg. (Source: Wikipedia.org)

 
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DJ Ravin & David Visan

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Buddha-Bar (Volume 7)

The Buddha Bar music series is a compilation of lounge, chill out music and world music, released by George V Records. The series was created by DJ and Buddha Bar founder Claude Challe who compiled and produced the first two albums. The series has continued with different DJs, including DJ Ravin, Sam Popat, and David Visan. The Buddha Bar has also released "Buddha Bar Nature" and "Buddha-Bar Ocean", composed and produced by Arno Elias, the composer of "Amor Amor" from Buddha Bar 2. This included a DVD of nature footage directed by Allain Bougrain-Dubourg. (Source: Wikipedia.org)

 
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Donn Bhat (aka Anandt Bhatt)

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One Way Cirle (2006)

guitar player/producer/songwriter....been playin in bands (or something like them) since whenever...did an album in '06 called One Way Circle...some of it is here to hear! lucky you! Also been playing and producing for Orange Street (orangestreet.net)...currently writing for a new album in bbay city...respect to the "real" and a fart for the posers... (Source: MySapce)

 
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East Stepper (Abhishek D1vine Jha)

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Ethnic Step

A 25 year old producer who makes electronic music out of a 12x10 room based in New Delhi, India. D1vine aka East Stepper was born and raised in Dhanbad an industrial town in Jharkhand. Growing up with two elder siblings who were always into the current music scene of their time he never really had much trouble discovering new music. D1vine grew up on a healthy dose of 80' Italo disco, Brit Pop, 80's rock and roll and 90's Heavy Metal with a heavy garnishing of our all quintessential Bollywood. His music is not bound by specific generes or styles as he merges the boundries of electronica with fusing psychedelic sounds with breaks and his quentiessential ethnic indian touch. With a genere bombarded with tracks mainly containing basslines and percussion, East Stepper comes out with a breed of bass heavy music laden with melodies and harmonies and a different take on Indian percussion. Currently D1vine produces dubstep (Which he calls New wave of Indian Dubstep) under the project name of East Stepper with his tracks getting recogniton and air time on BBC radio 1, and being played at places like Miami, Ithaca in the U.S. and at a few underground podcasts and pirate radio stations in the U.K. D1vine also produces ambient chill electronica under the alias of Synesthesia. The third project is known as Breed which is a 4 member outfit, they are trying to create a hybrid between pop and industrial. An intresting fact about his music production is that he plays all the melodies of his tracks with his basic qwerty keyboard since he doesnt own a MIDI controller. His tracks have minimal samples sometimes no samples at all, even playing out the basic hindustaani classical raagas he uses in his tracks on the qwerty keyboard. The huge amounts of ethnic percussion used in his tracks are also self programmed and not samples. D1vine is also a percussionist who mainly plays the drumkit but brings his own style to instruments like the djembe, doumbek and conga. (Source: zaptunes.com)

 
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Electronic Fakir (Ankur Pandey)

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Indian Electronica Café 5

Electronic Fakir : 'A fakir is an initiate in a mendicant Sufi order. The word derives from the Arab word for poverty. By extension, the word is used to refer to ascetic Indian holy men (sadhus)'. A young vibrant Percussionist, sound engineer cum music producer going by the name Ankur Pandey hails completely from a rock background. Having converted to electronica; he now renders different acoustic and electronic beat structures played on instruments like Rajasthani nagadas, Ghatam, African djembes, gongs, Thai drums, Bells and Gongs etc.
ELectronic FaKir is one of indian electronic music's brightest stars. He is an equally innovative song writer, producer, composer and DJ. Whether playing live or as a DJ -acoustic or electronic - he brings classical Indian music into the Western mainstream rock and electronic genres....
Having already played some of the best festivals and Venues in India Like the Great indian Electronica,Jaipur Virasat Festival,Lakme India Fashion Week ,Wills India Fashion Week,Club Elevate alongside some great artists like Osmani Soundz and Nasha Experience, MIdiVal Punditz, TaTvA-Kundalini.... Electronic Fakir released his Debut Album A Road To Tibet on Chillom records.

 
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Indian Electronica Café 3

Electronic Fakir : 'A fakir is an initiate in a mendicant Sufi order. The word derives from the Arab word for poverty. By extension, the word is used to refer to ascetic Indian holy men (sadhus)'. A young vibrant Percussionist, sound engineer cum music producer going by the name Ankur Pandey hails completely from a rock background. Having converted to electronica; he now renders different acoustic and electronic beat structures played on instruments like Rajasthani nagadas, Ghatam, African djembes, gongs, Thai drums, Bells and Gongs etc. ELectronic FaKir is one of indian electronic music's brightest stars. He is an equally innovative song writer, producer, composer and DJ. Whether playing live or as a DJ -acoustic or electronic - he brings classical Indian music into the Western mainstream rock and electronic genres....
Having already played some of the best festivals and Venues in India Like the Great indian Electronica,Jaipur Virasat Festival,Lakme India Fashion Week ,Wills India Fashion Week,Club Elevate alongside some great artists like Osmani Soundz and Nasha Experience, MIdiVal Punditz, TaTvA-Kundalini.... Electronic Fakir released his Debut Album A Road To Tibet on Chillom records.

 
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Filmi (BollyGirlNYC)

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Xenith Anon

Patriarch Recordings is proud to present FILMI’s debut release, Xenith Anon – a brazen blend of new wave electro and dirty urban rhythms, intricately woven and twisted with Bollywood orchestrations and haunting vocals. Stand out track ‘Technicolor’ combines rugged beats, tablas, sine wave bass lines and vocoder, as FILMI's electro lipstick vocals cascade and float over a sonic story of street-walkin’ moonlight. Continuing the momentum is ‘Hinduistics’, a darker yet romantic fusion with winding tempos and a sexy undertow that builds and melts against an analog bass break. FILMI’s ability to capture the seductive and disturbing ambiance of India’s maruadic street life resonates with a dreamlike quality, entwining a meaningful journey, and transcending the typical music escape. About FILMI: Growing up in Mumbai, India, FILMI would often be found in front of the TV singing along to Indian cinema classics, and emulating heroines such as Zeenat Aman, Parveen B and stunt-queen, Fearless Nadia. Her global in,,influences developed with an equal fascination for her father’s collection of Fela, Fania All Stars and the Beatles, as she began to show a ,,air for the dramatics and a love for music. By age 8, she was classically schooled in piano and harmonium, and her family eventually made the big move to Queens, New York, where as a teenager she bought her ,,rst Casio keyboard and a drum machine. Thus began the experiment of blending and mashing her traditional inspirations with modern music. FILMI continues to create and fuse her ethnic influences with the gritty sounds of New York, as she relentlessly continues to push musical boundaries. (MySpace.com)

 
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Fusing Naked Beats (DJ Asif)

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Crystal City

Fusing Naked BEATS represent a unique electronic landscape which blends many diverse elements into one cohesive and unifying experience. From eastern electronica to uplifting global house, reggae, Arabic and Indian beats fused with hip-hop, D&B rhythms and funky dance baselines. DJ Asif who founded Fusing Naked Beats expresses a variety of different types of musical styles. His musical career evolved from traditional Asian music and its rhythms to playing in a punk band and moving on to experiment with hip-hop and electronic music. His sound is crafted by exploring Eastern and Western cultures alike, creating limitless musical possibilities and new exciting sounds.

 
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Ges-e & Osmani SoundZ

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Nasha V 3

Nasha Records latest input into the club scene has a point to prove. With the ever developing sound, and increasing popularity of Dubstep and Drum and Bass; this third album forces you to realise the Nasha crew's power of evolution.
Throughout the last two volumes we have witnessed the harnessing of the contrasting sounds of electronic and classic Indian music. This accomplishment provided the spring board on which the artists could venture into a deeper kind of sound. And their innovative achievements have not gone unnoticed. 100 Colours by The Nasha Experience and Sukh Knight's Cop Killer and Knight Life have all been given air time on Radio 1 - demonstrating the record's wide appeal. Rinse FM, 1xtra and BBC Asian Network have also added their support in playing some of these songs; revealing the unique duality of the label - its attraction to the specialised and commercial end of the market. (Source: www.nasha.co.uk )

 
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Grahan Chronicles (Indrajeet, Boom Shanker)

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Beauty and the Beasts

Grahan chronicles is an amalgamation of two different schools of sounds. Indrajeet, who hs a dark and twilight touch to his sets while Boomshanker has a euphoric morning feel to his tracks. Together they produce sounds which have the right amount of both elements. Their sound cannot be defined or contained in any one genre... itz a mix of ethnic, progressive, tech/minimal and inspired from artists as varied as ustad fateh ali khan to vangelis.They like to describe it as the voice of the sun, the moon, of the sky, the sea , the forests, the birds, the animals and every single thing protected by Mother Gaia. Grahan chronicles believe that music is a shastra (weapon) against anarchy, injustice and destruction, and they beleive musicians are Gaia's soldeirs against the chaos spread across the world. They will keep spreading the peace vibe through their music, taking inspiration from all the small beautiful things surrounding us. Boom Shiva !!!!
Within 3 months of getting signed up with Chill Om Records, GC has already spun its magic will killer sets on Chill Om Urban sessions, Radiocity. Their first Ep was recently released on Beatport called Plush remixes.

 
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Jahcoozi

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Barefoot Wanderer

Jahcoozi is a project too impossible to categorize. Barefoot Wanderer is all over the board with genres. The dubbed out "Close To Me" cover is amazing. The whole album sounds like what I would have expected Tricky to have been able to pull off. It has heavy elements of dub and IDM, yet there is no element of the Womp, Womp dubstep. It is refreshing and relaxing. If you're looking for that music for the summer of 2010, this is your sound. Jahcoozi is far closer to Kraftwerk than Skream. Just get Lost in Bass. (Source: Amazon.com)

 
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Blitz N Ass

Hailing from the Berlin club scene, Jahcoozi is a bass heavy electonica trio consisting of London-born Sri Lankan front woman Sasha Perera, and producers/multi-instrumentalists Robot Koch and Oren Gerlitz. Having built up a solid fan-base with their freaky underground shows, they released their debut single entitled "Fish" in 2003 (WMF Records) which earned them a spotlight on the cult BBC show of the late John Peel. After being snapped up by Kitty-Yo, the Berlin based mother label of Peaches, 2005 finally saw the unleashing of their long-awaited full length record entitled Pure Breed Mongrel to critical acclaim. (Source: Amazon.com)

 
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Jalebee Cartel

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One Point Nothing

Jalebee Cartel is one of the most successful live electronic acts from New Delhi, India and is often credited for single-handedly putting India on the international "EDM" map. Formed in 2004 Jalebee Cartel boasts of numerous releases with various independent record companies from all over the world. Composed of four members, Arjun Vagale (laptop, mixing and scratching), Ashvin Mani Sharma (laptop and synths), Ash Roy (vocals and percussions) and G-Force Arjun (bass/synth-lines), Jalebee has been taking India by storm. From individual DJ sets to collective live gigs, producing to composing, the multi-talented group pretty much does it all. The group has garnered support from A-list DJs like Pete Tong, Tiesto, Dave Seaman, Carl Cox, Nick Warren, James Zabiela, Tiesto, Josh Wink, Hernan Cattaneo, Umek, John Acquaviva, Nic Fanciulli, Kasey Taylor and even Apl.de.ap from Black Eyed Peas. The band's recent album, ONEPOINTNOTHING released on the 25th March 2009, gained interest from both fans and media alike. (Wikipedia.org (ENG))

 
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Janaka Selekta

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Awake Remix

The results from Janaka Selekta’s ‘AWAKE’ remix contest hosted on chaiWalla’s BOOMbox! Remixes by Ealzee, Adil Medina, Sunskript and g-ta; all re-interpreting ‘AWAKE’ with their own weaponry and swagger. From deep house, drum n bass, dubstep and chill out ‘AWAKE’ will be with you from the morning stretch to the nightclub.

 
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Pushing Air

Born in Asia, raised in Europe and the Middle East, and currently residing in the United States, Janaka Selekta is a rising talent on the global music scene. Under the monika Janaka Selekta, he writes, produces and DJs music that brings together the classical, folk and roots styling of South Asia, Arabia, Jamaica & Africa with the cutting edge sounds of hard hitting electronica. His full throttle live sets have earned him the respect of listeners and dancers alike and his solo album Pushing Air continues to garner the praise of critics around the world.

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Jay Sean

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My Own Way

Kamaljit Singh Jhooti[1][2] (Punjabi: ਕਮਲਜੀਤ ਸਿੰਘ ਝੁੱਟੀ (Gurmukhi); born 26 March 1981),[3][4] better known by his stage name Jay Sean, is a British singer-songwriter, rapper, beatboxer and record producer.[4] He debuted in the Asian underground scene as a member of the Rishi Rich Project with "Dance with You", which reached #12 on the UK Singles Chart in 2003. This led to him being signed to Virgin Records and having two UK top 10 hits as a solo artist in 2004: "Eyes On You" at #6 and "Stolen" at #4. They were included in his critically-acclaimed debut album Me Against Myself which,[5] though only moderately successful in the UK, sold more than two million copies across Asia and remains his most successful album to date.[6][7][8] Alongside the Rishi Rich Project, Sean was a pioneer of Bhangra-R&B fusion, which his debut album helped popularize among the worldwide South Asian diaspora. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Jazzy B

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Kaun Nachdi

Jaswinder Singh Bains, more popularly known as Jazzy B, is an Indian Punjabi bhangra singer-songwriter. He was born on April 1, 1975 in Nawanshahr, Punjab, India. His family moved to Vancouver, Canada when he was 4 years old. He is a huge fan of legendary Punjabi singer Kuldip Manak. He has released 17 studio albums, including 2 religious ones, he has collaborated on many tracks, and had been featured on a soundtrack. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Joi

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We are Three

This British-based Asian dance group fuses Indian sounds with Western dance aesthetics, aspiring to create a form of transcendental techno. Joi's sonic agenda involves taking live and sampled instrumentation--tablas, sitars, flutes, vocals--and assimilating them into electronic dance grooves. It's a sonic investment that yields mixed dividends. While Joi insinuate spontaneous playing and some subtle changes into their beat-driven tunes, they generally fall into the repetitive trap of like-minded efforts. "Deep Asian Vibes" stacks up various instruments over house grooves with little regard for melodic or rhythmic progression. And the rambunctious "Tacadin" sounds like the Chemical Brothers with a slight Eastern tinge. Some of the tunes do strive to spiritually uplift, most notably the laid-back grooves of "Triatma" and the subtly hypnotic "Holy Side," which contrasts a bass-heavy rhythm section with nasaly vocals. Unfortunately the frequent lapse into cyclic structures keeps the music from achieving the consciousness-expanding effect the group may desire. Ultimately those seeking exotic refreshment for their feet on the dance floor may be enticed by We Are Three, but those seeking spiritual nourishment amid the grooves may wish to look elsewhere. --Bryan Reesman (Amazon.com)

 
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Juggy D

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Juggy D

Juggy D (born Jagwinder Singh Dhaliwal on November 19) is a British bhangra singer from Southall in London, England. uggy D got his name from his first name Jagwinder which became Juggy, and the D from his last name Dhaliwal.Juggy D has been performing since the age of 14. He made his breakthrough alongside Jay Sean. Juggy D has also appeared on numerous crossover singles with some of the biggest stars such as Madonna, Ricky Martin, Mary J Blige and Craig David. Juggy D has also made a track collaborating with rising star Veronica and Rishi Rich in the Bollywood movie Hum Tum. He, Veronica, and Jay Sean also have guest appearances in the Bollywood film Kyaa Kool Hai Hum. They sing the track off Jay Sean's album Me Against Myself, "One Night," featuring added vocals from Veronica. He also is one of the first people to experiment with Bhangraton. Juggy's own debut album, Juggy D, was released in 2004 and became the first Punjabi language album to enter the UK national charts. A version of the song "Sohniye" from the album is also featured in the 2004 Bollywood film Shukriya: Till Death Do Us Apart. Juggy D's single "Come Closer" features the guest vocals of Jin Au-Yeung, a Chinese American rapper from the Ruff Riders stable. Juggy D has recently collaborated with Bhangra group, DCS to release a single called "Oh Jaan Meri Yah" which can be found on DCS's new album, Desi Culture Shock. He has also teamed up with many great US artists including Timbaland and made an unreleased track called "Cop That Shit." He has also recently performed at South Florida's India Fest 07. Juggy D has revealed on the April 7 show of Kickin' Off With Nihal on the BBC Asian Network that his forthcoming album titled Juggy D 2 will be released in May/June. He also revealed this on the May 22 show on the Bobby Friction & Nihal show on the BBC Radio 1. Juggy also revealed that he is a huge supporter of Everton F.C. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Karunesh

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Global Spirit

"Utilizing world vocals mixed with numerous world instruments, Global Spirit is a true feast for both the mind and the ears." - Vision
"Weaving exotic voices and cross-cultural elements through his sparkling tapestry, Karunesh finds that perfect balance point where classical, world, and healing music join, carefully coaxing love's caress from every note." - Lloyd Barde, Backroads Music
With Global Spirit, Karunesh strives to create a universal connection between people and cultures. He blends vocals from India, Australia, Africa, Native America, and the Middle East over an instrumental bed that features didgeridoo, violin, sitar, percussion instruments, Chinese temple flutes, bamboo flutes, and many more! And, all of this is accompanied by the heartwarming melodic structures for which Karunesh is known. (Source: Amazon.com)

 
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Kuldip Manak

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Gorakh Da Tilla

Kuldeep Manak(Punjabi:ਕੁਲਦੀਪ ਮਾਨਕ) is the name of Latif Mohammed (born 15 November 1949). He is a Punjabi singer who is especially renowned for singing a genre of traditional Punjabi songs called kaliyan. Kuldeep Manak was born in the village of Jalal in the Bathinda district. His father, Nikka Khan, was a singer himself. Manak has two brothers: Siddqui, a famous devotional singer, and Rafiq, a tantric, who also hit the headlines fo a while. Kuldeep Manak's ancestors were the hazoori raagis of Kirtan for Maharaja Hira Singh of Nabha (Nabha). Manak being close to Sikhism keeps a Guru Granth Sahib saroop in his home. Manak was the youngest in his class. He completed his matriculation from the village school, where he was a keen hockey player. He had an inclination towards singing from a very young age and was persuaded by his teachers to sing and perform on stage. In 1968, at only 17 years of age, he was given the chance to sing with ‘Seema’, a very popular singer of that period. He is married to Sarabjeet and has two children, a son Yuhdhvir Manak (married) and a daughter Shakti (married). Yudhvir is following in his father's footsteps as an up-and-coming singer from Punjab. Manak is a heavy drinker since young age, he says his habbit of drinking came from the people he was in company of. Manak left Bhathinda and went to Ludhiana to pursue his career as a singer. He started singing with the famous duo Harcharan Grewal and Seema. When they came to Delhi, a music company official spotted Manak and asked him to record the song Jija Akhian Na Maar Vemain Kal Di Kuri (written by Babu Singh Maan Mararawale) with Seema. His first record features this song along with Laung Karaa Mitran, Machli Paunge Maape (written by Gurdev Singh Mann). This record was a runaway success. He started an office at Bhatinda along with writer Dilip Singh Sidhu, but did not stay there for long and returned to Ludhiana. The famous writer Hardev Dilgir (also known as Dev Thrikewala) spotted Manak at one of his live performances and penned Lok Gathava (English: Old Stories) for him. His first album, Teri Khatir Heere, was released by HMV. In 1976 his first LP was released called 'Ek tara'. It included the songs Tere Tilley Ton, Chheti Kar Sarwan Bachaa and Ghar Mughlan Deeyan Naara. Further albums included Saahibaan Da Tarla (1978), Ichharan Dhaahaan Mardee and Saahibaan Bani Bhraawaan Dee (1978). Many singers in Punjab take care in what they eat, be it hot, cold or pickle, Manak keeps an attitude of eat what you get and eats any type of pickle. Manak also tried to run as a member of parliament in Punjab and did not win. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Mahisha / Mirko-Kosmo

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Asura

Mirko-Kosmos (Mirko Lalit Egger): "My soundsystem is my altar, where I praise the beauty of sound. I do not just create music. I create acoustic images to capture and reflect emotion using the universal language of music and sounds. Every track is a little universe, a small galaxy, a short trip. Speakers and headphones are just the gates. I do not focus on a particular style. I just follow my inner mood and my instinct."

 
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Malkit Singh

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Nach Nach

Malkit Singh (born Boparai) MBE born in 1962 in village Hussainpur, Jalandhar, and raised in Nakodar, Jalandhar, Punjab. He is a famous foreign based Punjabi bhangra singer. Most famous for the songs "Gur Nalo Ishq Mita", "Tootak Tootak Tootiyan", "Kurri Garam Jayee", "Dekh li vilyait", as well as recently, "Chal Hun," and "Jind Mahi" from the blockbuster Bend It Like Beckham film soundtrack. He has recently released "21st chapter" featuring the hugely popular and classic "Jago Aaya". Singh and his backup band Golden Star have toured in 27 countries. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Midival Punditz

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Tonic Remixes

The past decade has seen the rise of the Indian electronica scene within India and no single band has had more influence on its growth than the Midival Punditz. The Delhi based duo Gaurav Raina and Tapan Raj have been sighted as pioneers of a scene that has ushered in some of the freshest global music out of India. As India’s influence on the world through music, film and fashion proves to be ever growing, the Punditz have kept their hands on the wheel and have helped steer this ship into a new century of sound and culture.

Gaurav and Tapan realized that Western dance music wasn’t connecting with them on the same emotional level as India’s own classical and folk music – so they decided to do something about it. In 1997, after several years of work setting up their own studio in New Delhi, the two producers launched the Punditz. Gigs with Tabla Beat Science, the Indo-electronica act founded by producer Bill Laswell and tabla maestro Zakir Hussain, put the duo on the map. They honed their vision with a series of events called Cyber Mehfil – a modern update on an ancient north Indian tradition of artistic gatherings. The original mehfil could include music, poetry, and/or dance. The Cyber Mehfil brought the sounds of modern electronica to the traditional music of the subcontinent, while adding visuals and incense to entice the other senses as well.

 
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Mykel Angel

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Bombay Beats - Dancegrooves from India

 
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Natacha Atlas

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Gedida

Natacha Atlas (Arabic: نتاشا أطلس‎; born March 20, 1964) is a Belgian singer of Moroccan origine, known for her fusion of Arabic and Western electronic music, particularly hip-hop. She once termed her music "cha'abi moderne" (modern popular music). Her music has been influenced by many styles including Arabesque music, drum 'n' bass and reggae. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Nataraj XT

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Opposition

 
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Ocean Bords (Limited Edition)

Goa trance trio Nataraj XT has its roots in the traditional Indian sound of Nataraj, a duo composed of sarod player Richard "Rishi" Bernet and sitar player Pierre Moitram. When the pair of traditional musicians met techno artist Kapi in 1999, they took him into the band's ranks, changed the group's name, and fused traditional and modern sounds.

Bernet took up the sarod during his student days in California during the early '70s. His time spent at the Ali Akbar Khan Music College inspired him to take a trip to India. Later settling in France, he joined the band Origine. He went on to join the group Lal Ganesh in 1996. The following year he recorded and toured with Massilia Sounds System. Two years later he played with Night in Soho.

Moitram became a student of the sitar under a devotee of Ravi Shankar, Pramod Kumar. He remained in Paris with Kumar from 1972 through 1975. He continued his studies under Debu Chaudhuri at New Deli University from 1975 through 1980.

Kapi is a self-taught drummer, bassist, and guitarist, although in 1979 he did take formal piano instruction. In 1990 he co-founded the group Aproche with Coup D'Etat's guitar player. Five years later he moved on to Venus Anadyomene. For several years he toured as the group's drummer. ~ Linda Seida, All Music Guide (Amazon.com)

 
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Tandava

 
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Nitin Sawhney

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Cafe Buddha: the Cream of the Lounge Cuisine

The 3 CD box set (as gold edition) features deluxe gift box packaging, stunningly beautiful Award-winning music cleverly interwoven with natural sounds specifically crafted to act on resonance to open and clear the mind. Each CD is a separate one hour retreat, guaranteeing complete peaceful meditation. Immediate results even when played generally - instantly calming the atmosphere at home or work! This collection comprises 3 CDs featuring three distinct themes Tropical Rainforest Paradise, Celestial Egyptian Oasis and Ancient Monk Retreat. Angel Works. 2005. (Source: Amazon.com)

 
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FabriceLive.15

One of the most talented and recognized producers and songwriters within the British electronic and fusion music scene, Nitin Sawhney brings you the latest from Fabric – Fabric Live 15. Nitin’s music has been mostly influenced by his listening to and assimilating British and Indian tunes. His draws his inspiration from Asian traditional and contemporary sounds, Latin rhythms, drum ‘n’ bass, and flamenco guitar juxtaposed with techno bass. The end result is a musical style that’s diverse with electronica beats backed by Asian inspirations driving within the trip-hop and jazzy styles – simply exclusive and overwhelmingly creative. The Fabric Live series, since its inception, has showcased established artists as well as emerging names – portraying what is played at Fabric in London, one of the best clubs in the world. (Amazon.com)

 
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Niyaz

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Nine Heavens

Niyaz (نياز) is an Iranian musical trio. The group was created in 2005 by DJ, programmer/producer and remixer Carmen Rizzo, vocalist and hammered dulcimer player Azam Ali, formerly of the group Vas, and Loga Ramin Torkian of the Iranian crossover group Axiom Of Choice. Niyaz in both Persian and Urdu language means "yearning". Niyaz's music, described as "mystical music with a modern edge", is primarily a blend of Sufi mysticism and trance electronica. Niyaz adapts Persian,Indian and Mediterranean folk sounds, poetry and songs including the poetry of Sufi mystic Rumi, with Western electronic instrumentation and programming. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Niyaz

Niyaz (نياز) is an Iranian musical trio. The group was created in 2005 by DJ, programmer/producer and remixer Carmen Rizzo, vocalist and hammered dulcimer player Azam Ali, formerly of the group Vas, and Loga Ramin Torkian of the Iranian crossover group Axiom Of Choice. Niyaz in both Persian and Urdu language means "yearning". Niyaz's music, described as "mystical music with a modern edge", is primarily a blend of Sufi mysticism and trance electronica. Niyaz adapts Persian,Indian and Mediterranean folk sounds, poetry and songs including the poetry of Sufi mystic Rumi, with Western electronic instrumentation and programming. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Nucleya (Udyan Sagar)

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Kolkata Mong (Vocal Version)

Kolkata Mong‐ Based on a True Story | Kolkata Mong is a dubstep banger, sure to set the world skanking. A vocal Drum ‘n’ Bass remix will follow in late July. With an original Indian‐style riff, driving beat, rocking guitars , vocals by Evey and wobbling bass, Kolkata Mong is a tune to savour.
The track was inspired by an event in an epic 1000 mile journey in a 2 stroke auto rickshaw (tuk tuk). The rally, for charity, took place along the east coast of India. With a top speed of 35 miles per hour, Nu:klea and his friends drove for 1 week. 80 km short of Kolkata, they ran into a monster traffic jam on the national highway and had to bed down for the night in a roadside motel. They hadn’t planned for this.
They were so close yet so far. Relaxing because they had nearly reached the destination, but anxious as they hadn’t quite. A chilled out tension in the air. That was the night of “Kolkata Mong.” This is the tune.

 
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Panjabi MC

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Desi

Rajinder Singh (Punjabi: ਰਜਿੰਦਰ ਸਿੰਘ ), better known by his stage name Panjabi MC is a British Indian musician. He was born on 14 February 1979 in Coventry, England. Rajinder Singh adopted his stage name from the Punjabi language he used in the music he plays and raps.[1] "One of [his] main goals is to fuse the two worlds [of bhangra and hip-hop]." Nachural Records signed Panjabi MC following a remix of Kuldeep Manak's "Ghariah Milan De". Although the single was taken off the market, Panjabi MC continued making records. Another successful release was "Mundian To Bach Ke" ("Beware of the Boys") (1998; it first appeared on the album Legalised) which mixed the theme of the TV series Knight Rider with bhangra. An underground hit on the internet, it was picked up by the German record label Superstar Recordings, and became a hit in Germany and across Europe, including the UK. A version of this recording in 2003 featured American rapper Jay-Z named "Beware of the Boys". His work, particularly the early singles and the "Mundian To Bach Ke" remix with Jay-Z, brought bhangra to a global audience via the BBC. He continues to produce music and is ever popular as a collaborator and remixer. In 2004 he made a music called Mirza and mixed this song with Turkish singer Mustafa Sandal's Isyankar, but they did not release the mixed version.[3] His album Indian Timing was released in 2008, the title referring to a young boy in uxbridge who highly influenced him with his brightly coloured turbans and the fact that it has taken a long time for a new album to be released. His music video "Snake Charmer" was also screened at Deejay Ra's music video night in Toronto at the FILMI festival, North America's longest running South Asian film festival. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Rishi Rich (Project)

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Assorted

Rishi Rich is a music producer born in Croydon, England and based in London. He began his career in the Asian Underground scene and later became internationally known for his Bhangra tracks, his Hindi remixes, and as a pioneer of Indian-R&B fusion music. Through the Rishi Rich Project, he was responsible for discovering British Asian talents who would later gain mainstream success, such as Jay Sean (considered the most successful British urban artist of all time), Juggy D and Veronica Mehta (both successful in India), and Mumzy Stranger (first mainstream British Bangladeshi artist). He has also remixed various established mainstream artists such as Madonna, Britney Spears, Mis-Teeq, Craig David and Aqua's Lene Nystrøm. In the past, he has produced many remix albums, for example "Love 2 Love". Recently, he has produced two solo albums, including his most recent album The Project.

 
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Sam Popat

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Buddha Bar (Volume 8)

This eighth installment of the now highly acclaimed Buddha Bar series is presented to you by Sam Popat. The series grows stronger with each release and VIII is no exception. Popat injects new life into this double CD set and unlike the many that have tried to emulate the style of the Buddha Bar he carries you away with as much power, if not more, than those who have previously created the perfect sound in a perfect Bar. Wagram. 2006.

 
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Secret Archives of the Vatican

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Enemy Country

Secret Archives of the Vatican are Broken Drum Records‘ main act. Their music is usually described as Transglobal Breakbeat Dub Science as it contains elements of many genres: breakbeat, dub, dubstep, drumstep, triphop, drum and bass, Indian, Arabian and Turkish musics and many more. They are a small collective, based across the UK but with main recording facilities in Croydon, South London. They’ve played live at various festivals in the UK and in Morocco and have contributed tracks to several compilations worldwide as well as releasing their own CDs and downloads.

 
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Remembering Mashine

Secret Archives of the Vatican are Broken Drum Records‘ main act. Their music is usually described as Transglobal Breakbeat Dub Science as it contains elements of many genres: breakbeat, dub, dubstep, drumstep, triphop, drum and bass, Indian, Arabian and Turkish musics and many more. They are a small collective, based across the UK but with main recording facilities in Croydon, South London. They’ve played live at various festivals in the UK and in Morocco and have contributed tracks to several compilations worldwide as well as releasing their own CDs and downloads.

 
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Shaa'IR + Func

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New Day: The Love Album

SHAA’IR + FUNC are DIY artists from Mumbai and NYC. Together they produce and compose music. They have released an album entitled ‘NEW DAY – The Love Album’ out on Counterculture Records (MUMBAI, India), in MAY 2007

They were placed at no. 9 as VH1’s top ten big rookies in 2007 in India.

Currently they are in India putting final touches on their second album and touring.
They have spent most of 2007 performing and recording all over India, NYC and London.
SHAAIR means poet, in Urdu.
FUNC comes from the word function, and also rhymes with funk.
SHAA’IR is from NYC and comes from a performance art background, having danced and performed on and off Broadway. She is also a graduate of NYU’s prestigious music performance program.
FUNC is an art school graduate from Mumbai, India and has been part rock band Pentagram for 14 yrs.
He is also a producer who has worked and collaborated with several bands, and also composes for tv and films. They met in India in 2005.
Decided to write music together.
And are on a mission to bridge and unite the world of music and art with their sound.
SHAA’IR grew up in the U.S.A in Maryland, listening to Indian classical, ghazals and bollywood music.
FUNC grew up in Mumbai listening to funk, rock, disco and reggae from the west.
It is this wonderful evolution that makes their sound what it is and drives them to share an idea that it is ‘the world is not always what it seems like on TV’
STOP THE PROPOGANDA. START THE PARTY IN THE NAME OF LOVE. (Source: Bluefrog.co.in)

 
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Light Tribe

SHAA’IR + FUNC are DIY artists from Mumbai and NYC. Together they produce and compose music. They have released an album entitled ‘NEW DAY – The Love Album’ out on Counterculture Records (MUMBAI, India), in MAY 2007

They were placed at no. 9 as VH1’s top ten big rookies in 2007 in India.

Currently they are in India putting final touches on their second album and touring.
They have spent most of 2007 performing and recording all over India, NYC and London.
SHAAIR means poet, in Urdu.
FUNC comes from the word function, and also rhymes with funk.
SHAA’IR is from NYC and comes from a performance art background, having danced and performed on and off Broadway. She is also a graduate of NYU’s prestigious music performance program.
FUNC is an art school graduate from Mumbai, India and has been part rock band Pentagram for 14 yrs.
He is also a producer who has worked and collaborated with several bands, and also composes for tv and films. They met in India in 2005.
Decided to write music together.
And are on a mission to bridge and unite the world of music and art with their sound.
SHAA’IR grew up in the U.S.A in Maryland, listening to Indian classical, ghazals and bollywood music.
FUNC grew up in Mumbai listening to funk, rock, disco and reggae from the west.
It is this wonderful evolution that makes their sound what it is and drives them to share an idea that it is ‘the world is not always what it seems like on TV’
STOP THE PROPOGANDA. START THE PARTY IN THE NAME OF LOVE. (Source: Bluefrog.co.in)

 
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Sheila Chandra

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ABoneCroneDrone

Sheila Chandra first came to public attention as an actress, playing Sudhamani Patel in the BBC school drama Grange Hill from 1979 to 1981. As a teenager she formed the band Monsoon, and created a fusion of Western (synthpop) and Indian pop styles. The band consisted of Chandra, Steve Coe (who became the band's producer), and Martin Smith. They made a lone album Third Eye in 1982 from which they had a surprise hit single Ever So Lonely, which peaked at #12 in the UK. They followed-up with the single, "Shakti", which peaked at #41, but this was to be the band's final charting single. The album also includes a cover of The Beatles' "Tomorrow Never Knows", featuring the distinctive EBow guitar sound of Bill Nelson. However, resenting pressure from their record company over musical direction, Monsoon dissolved and Coe and Smith set about promoting Chandra as a solo artist on an independent label. Chandra went on to release a number of albums in the 1980s, at times experimenting with her voice as an instrument through a range of techniques. In the 1990s she released three albums on Peter Gabriel's Real World label, although Martin Smith was no longer actively involved by this time. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Nada Brahma

Sheila Chandra first came to public attention as an actress, playing Sudhamani Patel in the BBC school drama Grange Hill from 1979 to 1981. As a teenager she formed the band Monsoon, and created a fusion of Western (synthpop) and Indian pop styles. The band consisted of Chandra, Steve Coe (who became the band's producer), and Martin Smith. They made a lone album Third Eye in 1982 from which they had a surprise hit single Ever So Lonely, which peaked at #12 in the UK. They followed-up with the single, "Shakti", which peaked at #41, but this was to be the band's final charting single. The album also includes a cover of The Beatles' "Tomorrow Never Knows", featuring the distinctive EBow guitar sound of Bill Nelson. However, resenting pressure from their record company over musical direction, Monsoon dissolved and Coe and Smith set about promoting Chandra as a solo artist on an independent label. Chandra went on to release a number of albums in the 1980s, at times experimenting with her voice as an instrument through a range of techniques. In the 1990s she released three albums on Peter Gabriel's Real World label, although Martin Smith was no longer actively involved by this time. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Shri

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East Rain

Formerly of Badmarsh and Shri, Shri is arguably one of the most interesting and important producers in the UK. Straddling genres, East Rain is an underground album with the potential to crossover. It features guest vocals from various artists... (Amazon.com)

 
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Siamgda

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Siamgda feat. Morty - Beach Tracks

A special collaboration between Siamgda and Morty, senior composer of mystical music, vocalist and flute player rooted in the old Persian tradition (voice, flute, self-made saxophone). These two artists happened to meet by the sea in India, and right there created this unique synthesis of ancient, oriental, ritual, yet new and authentic 'world' sounds.

 
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Samsara

"Samsara" is Siamgda's first release, a unique blend of Eastern drumming, ethnic sounds and electronic noises. "These compositions are impressions of my living, studying and travelling as a foreigner in Nepal and India, the way I see, feel and hear life to be - colourful, mystical, rough, noisy, dark, meditative... Transporting and melting the experience of myself and my surroundings into sound is all I do, no politics in any way!"

 
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Sir Shree

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Tandoori and Chips

Since Sir Shree was Founded in Hamburg by Steve Pepper (Sitar and Guitar) in 2002, the band have steadily built a reputation among fans of Fusion, Electronic and Asian music. History of Sir Shree After seeing one of Steve's Sitar performancess at the Mojo Club, producer Nesto (founder of the The Reel Banditos) hooked up with Steve and they started writing material together. In spring 2003 drummer and percussionist Stephan Krause (a member of the quintet ElbtonalPercussion) joined and together they recorded the song Elephant's Trunk featured on the Mojo Club compilation CD Mojo 11 (Right Now). In 2004 they wrote and produced the EP Tandoori and Chips. (Source: MySpace)

 
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Vol. 11-Mojo Club-Right Now

Since Sir Shree was Founded in Hamburg by Steve Pepper (Sitar and Guitar) in 2002, the band have steadily built a reputation among fans of Fusion, Electronic and Asian music. History of Sir Shree After seeing one of Steve's Sitar performancess at the Mojo Club, producer Nesto (founder of the The Reel Banditos) hooked up with Steve and they started writing material together. In spring 2003 drummer and percussionist Stephan Krause (a member of the quintet ElbtonalPercussion) joined and together they recorded the song Elephant's Trunk featured on the Mojo Club compilation CD Mojo 11 (Right Now). In 2004 they wrote and produced the EP Tandoori and Chips. (Source. MySpace.com)

 
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Six Degrees Records

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InnerVersions (A Six Degrees Yoga Compilation)

Six Degrees is an eclectic, independent music label that produces and markets genre-bending, accessible recordings that explore world music, ambient, folk, contemporary classical and intelligent pop music. Through consistency of quality, distinctive visual presentation and creative and aggressive marketing, we strive to create releases that stand out from the pack and offer a real alternative to consumers who are looking to discover new sounds from around the world.
InnerVersions is a seamless collection of some of Six Degrees' most popular tracks, compiled & mixed by noted yoga instructor, music journalist, DJ and EarthRise SoundSystem co-founder, Derek Beres. Bringing together a wide variety of Six Degrees artists, including Bombay Dub Orchestra, Cheb I Sabbah, Karsh Kale, Céu, Lal Meri and Midival Punditz, Beres has taken 'yoga music' in an entirely new direction for modern world culture.
As Beres so eloquently states in his liner notes: "America's yoga tribe is an open-minded community embodying the time-tested intention of the practice: union. Since 1993, yoga and music have been two aspects of the one path I've traveled. Since I began teaching in 2004, I've sought music with plenty of soul and tons of bass, to move students from the inside out. Six Degrees has unknowingly provided my soundtrack on many occasions, so I'm honored and delighted that the label has opened its incredible catalog for me to craft this beat-driven and melodic mix, perfect for the modern yoga studio."
Opening with a nine-minute remix of Azam Ali's masterful "Abode" by Bombay Dub Orchestra, the beats slowly unfold with the gorgeous midtempo "Khayaal" by Delhi duo Midival Punditz, featuring Vishal Vaid on vocals. Lal Meri, an inventive trio led by sultry singer Nancy Kaye and producer Carmen Rizzo, keeps the flow going, connecting Los Angeles beat culture with Brazil's bossa breakthrough, Céu. Beres mixes in two new tracks for a Six Degrees compilation: Canadian producer Eccodek offers "Silent Song," a beautiful collaboration with Indian singer Kiran Ahluwalia, followed by Beres's own "Makyen Ghrir Allah," produced with EarthRise SoundSystem co-founder Duke Mushroom.
Tabla player extraordinaire Karsh Kale moves the mix from EarthRise to "Break of Dawn," followed by the incredible remix efforts of Gaudi as he reworks old Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan ghazals. San Franciscan producer and master percussionist Jef Stott begins to wind things down, while downtempo masters Bombay Dub Orchestra reappear with an original song, "Strange Constellations," blending into Cheb I Sabbah's "Lagi Lagan," from his modern collection of bhajans, Krishna Lila. InnerVersions closes with a classic Bob Holroyd track, "Adrift in Kerela."
The yoga community has embraced Beres's global-minded playlists for the seven years he's been teaching, predominantly at Manhattan's Equinox Fitness and Pure Yoga. He has also written for and been featured in Yoga Journal, and has contributed to National Geographic online and various Gaiam websites. Beres previously served as a Lululemon ambassador, and for two years ran a teacher training program at Equinox. His music project, EarthRise SoundSystem, reached number five on the iTunes World Charts with its debut album, The Yoga Sessions.
Designed to be a hip and functional soundtrack to anyone's yoga practice and put together by an instructor who knows about optimum flow for a session, InnerVersions explodes any stereotypes one might have of boring, "new age", Yoga tunes and works equally well, whether you're listening or getting your yoga on. (Soure: http://sixdegreesrecords.com)

 
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Sub Swara (Dhruva Ganesan, Dave Sharma)

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Triggers

Sub Swara creates, constructs, produces and plays genre-bending bass music that parallels the diversity of their home town of Brooklyn, NY. Consisting of Dhruva Ganesan and Dave Sharma, Sub Swara’s musical genome brings together a wide assortment of DNA – from dub to hip-hop, dancehall to punk rock, and all the global sounds in between. Meticulously crafted for both dancefloor intensity and cerebral curiosity, Sub Swara’s music and live sets bridge the gaps that divide, uniting all tribes. Sub Swara combines electronic production, live instrumentation, and 3000% of recommended energy levels to bring to life an inclusive, human experience that creates an inviting space for anyone and everyone. Before this current evolution, Sub Swara was originally imagined and executed as a club night of the same name. Founded by Dhruva and original members Haj and Sunder (with Sharma coming on board in late 2007 as a natural outgrowth of producing several tracks with Dhruva), the monthly event focused on bringing together bass music of all creeds and cultures, becoming one of the most highly respected and popular club nights in NYC over its 3-year span. Guests included luminaries like Mary Ann Hobbs, The Glitch Mob, The Bug, Bassnectar, Poirier and many others. Sub Swara, together with peer events like Trouble & Bass and Dub War, catalyzed critical new directions in New York electronic music. Creating music and touring as a live act would soon take over their schedule. Sub Swara ended the club night phase of its life cycle in December of 2008, and Haj and Sunder stepped away from Sub Swara on amicable terms in 2010 to pursue personal endeavors and family life. Emerging from this chrysalis, the group now consists of Dhruva and Sharma.

 
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Swayd (Richard Meyer)

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Top 40 Ultimate Asian Classic Bar Grooves Plus Continuous Party Mix

Richard Meyer (aka Swayd, born in November, 1970 in Lausanne, Switzerland), is a record producer and songwriter of pop music and electronic music. He has worked with Mutt Lange in productions such as Britney Spears ("Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know"), The Corrs, ("Breathless", "Irresistible" and "All The Love In The World"), Celine Dion ("If Walls Could Talk") and Shania Twain, and as a remixer for The Young Gods. (Wikipedia) / "SHAKTI SHANTI" is the result from a long travel through India, featuring artists such as Manish Vyas and Shekhar Borkar (Prem Joshua), Seetha Rajan, Jayachandran, Janardhan Mitta, and the Langas. Seventeen tracks appear on compilations incl. Cafe Buddha 2, Beyond Bollywood, IndianElectronica, Top 40 Ultimate Asian Classic Bar Groove... (MySpace)

 
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Talvin Singh

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Anokha: Soundz of the Asian Underground

This CD is an outlet for the loose coalition of remixers, DJs, and studioheads known as the Asian Underground (because of their Asian or Anglo-Asian backgrounds). They all put a distinctly Indian spin on this music, with the dhol drum at the heart of the beat, and all the technology on top. Singh's two tracks are things of joy, but nothing here disappoints, whether the modern film music of A.R. Rahman or the drum'n'bass of State of Bengal. --Chris Nickson (Source: Amazon.com)

 
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Teddy boy kill (ToyMob & AudioPervert)

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EP Electro Massiv (2010)

[ TOYMOB and AUDIOPERVERT ] formed TEDDY BOY KILL in 2008 . Rising out of the usual clutter and clam of electronic music in India, Teddy Boy Kill has forced itself to develop an edgey, distinctly solid sound and mood ! Beats/Bass/Synths/Atmospheres/Tales that create the hyper energized tone and imagery of Teddy Boy Kill !

 
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The Exit Plan (2009)

Debut album of TEDDY BOY KILL: The Exit PLan (EP). Online release date : June2009.
A nine song adventure into electro, techno, soul and post-minimal styles.
“comparable in quality to critically acclaimed output from renown Berlin labels like !K7 and Get Physical. The same combination of hard progressive house anchored by soft, simple melodic vocals is employed as exemplified by folks like Trentemoller and Tiefschwarz … (Source: Last.fm)

 
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The Ananda Shankar Experience and State of Bengal

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Walking on

Loathe as anyone should be to reinforce vapid cultural clichés, nothing other than shagadelic truly describes this collaboration between pop sitar player Ananda Shankar (nephew of Ravi) and Sam Zaman, the musician and producer known as State of Bengal. Walking On is a sonic journey back to a time when the sitar's sound automatically signified "psychedelic," a time when composer John Barry's sassy film themes were the ne plus ultra of bachelor-pad sophistication. Shankar (who died shortly after completing the album) plays surf sitar, rock sitar, EZ-listening sitar, and German soundtrack sitar (fans of high-speed jazz-rock sitar, however, are directed to Ashwin Batish). Although Shankar's playing sometimes sounds at odds with Zaman's techno beats, the two make a convincing case for "the '90s is the '60s upside down" argument. --Richard Gehr (Amazon.com)

 
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Thievery Corporation (featuring Anoushka Shankar)

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Radio Retaliation

Thievery Corporation is a Washington, D.C.-based recording artist and DJ duo consisting of Rob Garza, Eric Hilton, and their supporting artists. Their music style mixes elements of dub, acid jazz, reggae, Indian classical, Middle Eastern, and Brazilian (such as bossa nova) with a lounge aesthetic. Thievery Corporation was formed in the summer of 1995 at Washington D.C.'s Eighteenth Street Lounge. Rob Garza and Lounge co-owner Eric Hilton were drawn together over their mutual love of club life, as well as dub, bossa nova and jazz records. They decided to see what would come of mixing all these in a recording studio, and from this, the duo started their Eighteenth Street Lounge Music record label. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Thievery Corporation (featuring The Flaming Lips)

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Cafe Buddha: the Cream of the Lounge Cuisine

The 3 CD box set (as gold edition) features deluxe gift box packaging, stunningly beautiful Award-winning music cleverly interwoven with natural sounds specifically crafted to act on resonance to open and clear the mind. Each CD is a separate one hour retreat, guaranteeing complete peaceful meditation. Immediate results even when played generally - instantly calming the atmosphere at home or work! This collection comprises 3 CDs featuring three distinct themes Tropical Rainforest Paradise, Celestial Egyptian Oasis and Ancient Monk Retreat. Angel Works. 2005 (Source: Amazon.com)

 
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tj Rehmi

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The Warm Chill

Rehmi's fifth album is an innovative blend of electronic breakbeats and Eastern melodies fused with chill guitar. It incorporates drum and bass against an exotic chill out landscape. "Rehmi has managed to create a piece of work that redefines the very essence of what a chill album and a Brit Asian album should be...TJ has always made electronica emotional, but this time he's made his studio weep"--BBC Radio (seen at Amazon.com)

 
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Asian Vibes - Essential Asian Vibes for the Body and Soul

A Major Label (EMI/Virgin TV) wakes up to the Underground and presents a generous sampling of Asian Artists and Oriented Mixes from the Likes of Panjabi MC, Massive Attack, Joi, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Nitin Swahney and many more... (source: amazon.com)

 
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Transglobal Underground

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Moonshout

Transglobal Underground (sometimes written as Trans-Global Underground or simply as TGU) is a London-based music collective who specialise in a fusion of western, oriental and African music styles (sometimes labelled as "world fusion" or "ethno-techno"). Their first four albums featured Natacha Atlas as lead singer and their single "Temple Head" was used in a Coca-Cola advertising campaign for the 1996 Olympic Games. [1] In 2008 they won the BBC Radio 3 Award for World Music after the release of their seventh official album, Moonshout. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Impossible Broadcasting

Transglobal Underground (sometimes written as Trans-Global Underground or simply as TGU) is a London-based music collective who specialise in a fusion of western, oriental and African music styles (sometimes labelled as "world fusion" or "ethno-techno"). Their first four albums featured Natacha Atlas as lead singer and their single "Temple Head" was used in a Coca-Cola advertising campaign for the 1996 Olympic Games. [1] In 2008 they won the BBC Radio 3 Award for World Music after the release of their seventh official album, Moonshout. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Yes Boss Food Corner

Transglobal Underground (sometimes written as Trans-Global Underground or simply as TGU) is a London-based music collective who specialise in a fusion of western, oriental and African music styles (sometimes labelled as "world fusion" or "ethno-techno"). Their first four albums featured Natacha Atlas as lead singer and their single "Temple Head" was used in a Coca-Cola advertising campaign for the 1996 Olympic Games. [1] In 2008 they won the BBC Radio 3 Award for World Music after the release of their seventh official album, Moonshout. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Dream of 100 Nations

Transglobal Underground (sometimes written as Trans-Global Underground or simply as TGU) is a London-based music collective who specialise in a fusion of western, oriental and African music styles (sometimes labelled as "world fusion" or "ethno-techno"). Their first four albums featured Natacha Atlas as lead singer and their single "Temple Head" was used in a Coca-Cola advertising campaign for the 1996 Olympic Games. [1] In 2008 they won the BBC Radio 3 Award for World Music after the release of their seventh official album, Moonshout. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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VAS

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Feast of Silence

Vas was an "alternative world" musical group consisting of Persian vocalist Azam Ali and American percussionist Greg Ellis. Vas is frequently compared to the Australian band Dead Can Dance. At present the band has released four full length albums, and both artists have released a few solo albums and participated in side projects. After their last album Feast of Silence, Ali and Ellis continued on their own separate ways. Azam Ali was raised in India and moved to Los Angeles, California in 1985, where she began studying the dulcimer-like santur under the guidance of Manoochehr Sadeghi. Greg Ellis was born and raised in Los Gatos, California, where he first learned to play the drums at age twelve. Ellis moved to Los Angeles in 1984 and started work as a percussionist. The two musicians met at UCLA in 1995 after hearing each other perform; they formed Vas shortly thereafter. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Veronica Mehta (Miss V)

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Theen

Veronica (born Veronica Mehta) is an Indian R&B singer based in London, UK, who sings in Hindi, English and Punjabi. Aged 16, Mehta successfully auditioned for the part of female vocalist for the 2Kool album 2Kool Flavor. She was featured on the track "Sambhala Hai Meine" and has since gone from strength to strength. Mehta gave up her art studies course to pursue her dream of a singing career and teamed up with Rishi Rich to forum VR1, a band and production unit applauded for experimenting with traditional Asian music, remixing, and giving vocals an R'n'B twist. VR1 sold more than 50,000 records in the UK and Europe and earned two Asian Pop Media Awards. After VR1, Mehta joined ePark / Urbanstar and released the single "Girls Gotta Have Fun", with both CDs having various mixes of the title track, as well as the song "Show me Love". Mehta has recorded a few tracks with her new management record company 2Point9, "Indian Girl" featuring Hard Kaur, and the popular "U 'n' I (Mere Dil Vich Hai)", from the Yash Chopra film Hum Tum, a track that Veronica composed herself. Mehta's first album, Theen, was released in 2005. 'Hey Ya' (featuring Juggy D.) was the only single released from the album. After almost a 3 year gap, she released her third single 'Soniya', the video of which is uploaded in high-quality to YouTube. 'Rush' also has a video, though, it is not certain that the song will be released in any formats. Veronica is about to release her sophomore album sometime in 2009. (Source: Wikipedia (ENG))

 
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Vinayak^a (Vinayaka Karthikayan)

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Dock Yard Groove (EP)

Born in the ancient town of Patli Putra the land of Lord Buddha, Vinayak Karthikayan's ("Aka'' Vinayak^A Producer/Dj (India)) musical journey began at a young age, learning the Tabla, Guitar and Harmonium. Raised in an entirely Indian classical atmosphere gave him a rooted knowledge of rhythm and melody. As years passed, and technology paved the way for electronic music, Vinayak^A decided to study Dj'ing in Bangalore. He then moved to Mumbai to pursue his dream and became an assistant DJ at a Pub where he worked for one and half years. He later got a job at The LeeLa Palace in Bangalore for 6 months.
His love for Progressive House music became more interesting and complex he was and still is at ease experimenting on a daily basis. He eventually completed a track but somehow it didn't sound real enough for his liking. He felt the need for a tighter production and a stronger emotional connection which was lacking. So he then started to create a new vibe with abstract melodies, heavy strings, deep bass lines and funky tight grooves with a pinch of experimental atmospheric sounds.

 
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Bugs War!

Born in the ancient town of Patli Putra the land of Lord Buddha, Vinayak Karthikayan's ("Aka'' Vinayak^A Producer/Dj (India)) musical journey began at a young age, learning the Tabla, Guitar and Harmonium. Raised in an entirely Indian classical atmosphere gave him a rooted knowledge of rhythm and melody. As years passed, and technology paved the way for electronic music, Vinayak^A decided to study Dj'ing in Bangalore. He then moved to Mumbai to pursue his dream and became an assistant DJ at a Pub where he worked for one and half years. He later got a job at The LeeLa Palace in Bangalore for 6 months.
His love for Progressive House music became more interesting and complex he was and still is at ease experimenting on a daily basis. He eventually completed a track but somehow it didn't sound real enough for his liking. He felt the need for a tighter production and a stronger emotional connection which was lacking. So he then started to create a new vibe with abstract melodies, heavy strings, deep bass lines and funky tight grooves with a pinch of experimental atmospheric sounds.

 
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Wax Poetic (featuring Norah Jones)

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Cafe Buddha: the Cream of the Lounge Cuisine

The 3 CD box set (as gold edition) features deluxe gift box packaging, stunningly beautiful Award-winning music cleverly interwoven with natural sounds specifically crafted to act on resonance to open and clear the mind. Each CD is a separate one hour retreat, guaranteeing complete peaceful meditation. Immediate results even when played generally - instantly calming the atmosphere at home or work! This collection comprises 3 CDs featuring three distinct themes Tropical Rainforest Paradise, Celestial Egyptian Oasis and Ancient Monk Retreat. Angel Works. 2005. (Source: Amazon.com)

 
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