Bombay Black was a collective of musicians and bands formed in 1999 in Bombay (not known as Mumbai yet). Featuring a spectrum of electronic, rock, fusion, vocal and jazz elements, this collective created a genuine ruckus in the indie music circles of India circa 2000.
Produced by Lindsay D, Samrat B, Paresh K & Randolf C, these two albums remain to date as the most progressive ventures taken up to represent the underground subculture brewing in Bombay. Influences of acid-jazz, drum&bass, trip hop, post-rock and ambient melodic stints can be heard on these songs as much as unique hybrid forms concocted locally.
Read the rest over at audiopervert’s (Samrat B) blog … big respect to Samrat for making the albums available for free download!
Download the albums below:
BOMBAY BLACK VOLUME ONE
BOMBAY BLACK VOLUME TWO
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.