A track from the Bollywood movie “My Name Is Khan” done for the ‘Friction Lab’ feature on Bobby Friction’s BBC Asian Network show by Alexis K…
Really feeling this track, not your bog standard remix …
A mix done for Mistajams show that is a showcase of the Dubstep sound with a heavy Indo/Pak influence …
Mix Details (my ones to listen out for in bold)
- Barbarix — Shiva Step (White)
- Sukh Knight — Beneath Your Blouse (Tru Tigers)
- The Love Theme — Indian Girl (Cottenmouth Remix) (Permanent Damage Records)
- David Starfire — Cobra (Sub Swara Remix) (Six Degrees)
- Radikal Guru — Kali (Moonshine Recordings)
- Liquid Stranger — Hexed & Perplexed (High Chai Recordings)
- Nuphlo — Homeland Insecurity (High Chai Recordings)
- Rita Morar & Steve ‘Fingerz’ Carty — Rain (Monkey Dub Recordings)
Nucleya aka. Udyan Sagar is vastly contributing to the dubstep/electronica and bollywood scene in India. After splitting up from Bandish Projekt, Udyan has gone about inventing his sounds.
Redefining the indian electronica scene by creating a fusion of complex cut up edits and unheard indian sounds, with cutting edge production and genre-defying rhythms. For the love of indian electronica and a desire to create what would be indian electronica in the future, nucleya is making music that he wants to hear because no one else has made it for him.
Horn OK Please is the latest venture by Nucleya towards a new direction of Bollywood Remix culture. After Nucleya remixed the track “Uff Teri Adaa” for Farhan Akhtar film “Karthik Calling Karthik”, A mix for Rahem Kare, a track from film “Cash” and many more.
Nucleya aims is to push Bollywood music to the international dance music charts, by inventing a cutting-edge blend of new-generation electronic music and everlasting Bollywood tracks. This Album Features Artists like MCJD from Canada and SoundAvtar and Shivang from India.
Atomizer – Midival Punditz (Nucleya Remix)
Beat 1 – Nucleya
Punditz + Kale have certainly kicked it up a few notches on the latest bollywood film soundtrack Karthik Calling Karthik. Fusing elements of rock with edgy electronica adding their unique trademarks.
Karthik 2.0 – Punditz & Karsh (Theme from Karthik Calling Karthik)
KCK Theme Remix – Punditz and Karsh