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)
Back in April I posted a three part-er on RAJ:RELOAD where I was exposed some of the most talented artists and diverse music!
As a part of that weekend I was able to see and meet DJ Tigerstyle remix India’s first oscar nominated film – Mother India!
On Thursday Republic of Brown, based in Los Angeles is dedicated in bringing you everything Indo-cool from entertainment and lifestyle scene, cutting-edge music, films, literature and much more!
Republic of Brown covered the Mother India Remix story with a quote from yours truly 🙂
Check it out:
Republic of Brown is the brainchild of Geetanjali Dhillon, former civil rights lawyer turned new media executive. With roots in London and Punjab and now Los Angeles, Geetanjali founded Republic of Brown to uncover and share the coolness of all things Indian with the world.