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nucleya: horn ok please FREE DOWNLOAD

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A free download of the track Blouse Arouse by Nucleya

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nucleya – Horn Ok Please

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.

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Atomizer – Midival Punditz (Nucleya Remix)

Beat 1 – Nucleya


26th January …

India’s Republic Day marks the occasion of the transition of India from a British Dominion to a republic, but that’s not really what I want to talk about. On this day, the media puts on a display of patriotic films and songs everything from Meri Desh ki Dharti by Mahendra Kapoor to A.R. Rahaman’s Maa Tuje salaam.

However there is an album out there, rare and hardly listened to, Vande Mataram: An Electronic Exploration. Vande Mataram meaning “Salutation to the Motherland”, brings together an array of accomplished artists to showcase the talent of Indian Electronica.

Vande Mataram is a song composed by Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay in a concoction of Bengali and Sanskrit, was the national cry for freedom from British oppression during the freedom movement. It has virtually become a second national anthem and to some it is considered as the anthem.

Vande Mataram: An Electronic Exploration – is exactly what it is. As the age of electronica develops so do the artists, and this album portrays the proficiency, dexterity and an aptitude for the best in modern Indian Electronica. It paints a vivid picture of the traditional Vande Mataram in many colours. Each colour is like a different avatar, providing unique dimensions and perspectives yet retaining Vande Mataram’s original significance.

Recommend listening :

  • Electro Indian Mix – Midival Punditz
  • Rocktronics – Func International
  • Ambient Dub Mix – Jayant
  • Pathshala Mix – Bandish Projekt

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