Hey people, I’ve written a review on Kaya Project‘s Desert Phase Remixes featured on Ethnotechno.com. For me, personally, this is a big thing. When I first got into asian/indian/eastern/ethno electronica at uni back in the early 2000’s, this site was (and still is) my go to place. It has the latest news, reviews and interviews not forgetting an innovative radio station.
Read the full review here: Kaya Project :: Desert Phase Remixes
Kaya Project – Calico Stomp (Gaudi Remix)
Kaya Project – When Only Sand Remains (Tripswitch Remix)
Kaya Project – Dust Devil (Liquid Stranger’s Cortex Vortex Remix)
This release marks the return of FS (of MING+FS). Partnering up with High Chai / Patriarch Recordings, FS delivers his signature style dance music smashed with dubstep providing the listener with an electro-glitch-ridden head banger – floor stomper of a track.
Hailing from Brooklyn, FS is a respected hip hop producer and a highly sought-after remixer who has worked with Coolio, Brandy, and Channel Live of the KRS-One Posse.
I’m not going lie, its been a pretty exciting week … It was kicked off by the guy who I blogged earlier this month … B.R.E.E.D.
Monday 26th saw the release of his new EP on High Chai Recordings exclusively available on Beatport.
I’m super excited about this release as its the beginning of something awesome … watch out for more good vibes from this fella!
Making it to Beatport Main page!
GOONDA Third World Radio houses an underlying sonic foundation laid by DK and Cenzo. Listen to how they fabricate and fashion a whole host of indigenous sounds.
Here are the four lucky winners:
1) Gauri Sunaina Nechel
2) Miten Kana
3) Danish Iqbal
4) Vikesh Vadukar
Congratulations to you all, I’ll be in contact with you soon!
If you missed your chance – do not worry at all, I’ll for sure be holding more competitions!!
Constantly introducing new sounds to India, B.R.E.E.D has performed at internationally- acclaimed music festivals like Burning Man in Nevada and the Sunburn festival in Goa.
With sets that involve the use of different midi controllers, FX processors, samplers and the art of turntablism, setting B.R.E.E.D apart as a new, genre-defying producer and live frequency-tweaking DJ. A commitment to keeping it fresh at every gathering!
A new EP on High Chai Recordings will feature an original B.R.E.E.D burner “Sound Killer” and a remix of Juakali’s “Come from Yard” (original version appearing on Kush Arora’s Dreadbass Chronicles – Kush Arora Productions).
Founder of Ethnotechno.com – dimmSummer released his first compilation album back in 2009. Revolution Rising: EthnoTechno vol.1, showcasing some of the finest names in a genre which is sometimes difficult to categorise.
There’s something about a compilation made by an insider that just stands out from the rest, with carefully selected and crafted tracks to really give you that audio experience that will constantly be playing on your ipod or in your car.
Making an appearance are Karsh Kale and Vishal Vaid, Cheb i Sabbah and the Punditz along with a solid slice of artists from across the globe such as State of Bengal, Niraj Chag, Jalebee Cartel, Nasha Experience, Sub Swara, GOONDA and many many more.
A track definitely recommendable and worth seriously chilling out to is dimmSummer’s awesome remix of Bob Holroyd’s “Light Water.” We’re talking serious full circle here as the original its based on, “Dark Waters” is from the year 2000!
What better way than to start the new decade with this.
Founder of Ethnotechno.com – DJ dimmSummer releasing his second compilation album “dimmSummer presents: Nu asian soundZ“. Doing exactly what it says on the tin, bringing you fresh tracks from around the globe from rising and renowned artists like David Starfire, Jalebee Cartel, Liquid Stranger, GOONDA, Nuphlo, Radiohiro, KRTS, Omnesia, BREED, Deaf Bass Twins, and more … guaranteed to give your ears a tickle.
Release date: 01/01/2010
Purchase Nu asian soundZ at Beatport
Check out the Nu asian soundZ minisite