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offline Zeus from San Francisco (United States) on 2005-10-17 20:07 [#01753162]
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can anyone reccomend me some?

I've listened to a little Nitan Sawney, and Talvin Singh,
anything by them or others I should check out?

Thanks!


 

offline corticalstim from Canada on 2005-10-17 20:09 [#01753163]
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Tabla Beat Science, highly recommended.


 

offline r40f from qrters tea party on 2005-10-17 20:14 [#01753165]
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do you mean modern electronic music from india, or... oh, i
hate to have to ask this... are they actually trying to
"fuse" classical indian music with fuxx0rd beatz and lush
sitar melodies?


 

offline fantomawz from Orlando, FL (United States) on 2005-10-17 20:17 [#01753167]
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Secret Chiefs - Zulfiqar III and Jãbalqã
maybe?


 

offline weatheredstoner from same shit babes. (United States) on 2005-10-17 20:20 [#01753171]
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Damn I saw this classical Indian group in my music class a
few weeks back.

1dude on lead sitar with a back up chick on another sitar,
and this 1 guy playing tabla so fucking fast I could swear
it was digitally enhanced.


 

offline fleetmouse from Horny for Truth on 2005-10-17 20:26 [#01753173]
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Hold on, let me put on my yoga pants.


 

offline Zeus from San Francisco (United States) on 2005-10-17 20:29 [#01753175]
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from what I understand, in the UK there is a pretty big
scene with indian/electronic music. People from india moved
to the UK, and their kids grew up with both traditional
indian music, and electronic music from the UK, and combined
em.

So yeah, fused.


 

offline r40f from qrters tea party on 2005-10-17 20:33 [#01753177]
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i've never heard this, but i'm expecting nothing less than
the tackiest possible music.


 

offline Zeus from San Francisco (United States) on 2005-10-17 20:36 [#01753179]
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thats great


 

offline ecnadniarb on 2005-10-17 21:04 [#01753182]
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Try stuff by Afro Celt Sound System (Talvin is a member).
You could also try Bally Saggoo, Juggy D and Asian Dub
Foundation. I'm not sure if this is the style of stuff you
are looking for though.


 

offline Zeus from San Francisco (United States) on 2005-10-17 21:09 [#01753186]
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thanks, Ill look into it.

I dont know exactly... I just heard some tracks which were
really beautiful... female indian vocals over downtempo
beats. it was lush


 

offline Zephyr Twin from ΔΔΔ on 2005-10-17 21:26 [#01753196]
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it certainly does seem that way, but there are bound to be a
few cool tracks here or there. :)

sorry zeus, I don't actually know of any though. :D


 

offline hedphukkerr from mathbotton (United States) on 2005-10-17 21:52 [#01753211]
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i sampled some tabla in one of my songs, but id hardly call
that fusion.


 

offline CS2x from London (United Kingdom) on 2005-10-18 06:15 [#01753383]
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Yeah, the Afro-Celt Soundsystem is great fusion music, but
I'm on the same search as you on this! I have Talvin Singh's
albums, but they're not quite what I'm after; I'd like to
find some more interesting electronica combined with indian
singing and traditional instruments.

Michael Stearns, an ambient artist, often mixes world music
with very interesting electronic elements. Check out his
album, "The Storm".


 

offline furoi from Udine (Eriko Sato's undies) (Italy) on 2005-10-18 06:18 [#01753386]
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lot of works muslimgauze are not muslim-style but indian
style



 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-03-22 02:46 [#02633807]
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gt;

Hold on, let me put on my yoga pants.


it's almost twenty years later, and are you quite
finished yet?



 

offline Tony Danza from Sesame Street on 2024-03-22 14:38 [#02633820]
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they're really tight I;ve been trying to get them off tbh


 

offline Roger Wilco from Mo's Beans on 2024-03-22 18:52 [#02633837]
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This is, arguably, the most racist thread on Xltronic.com


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-03-22 22:08 [#02633843]
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since the other time we did it, perhaps


 


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