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Album Review

From Talvin Singh's Anokha club comes the Anokha: Soundz of the Asian Underground compilation (featuring two of his own tracks). The album is a startlingly natural-sounding fusion of Indian music and instruments with drum'n'bass, breakbeats and electronics, unlike other worldbeat-influenced electronic recordings which feature an abundance of styles but rarely approach true fusion. Besides the Singh contributions and the two tracks by State of Bengal, the highlight is "K-Ascendant" by Kingsuk Biswas (aka Bedouin Ascent).

Customer Reviews

¥ Original! ¥

Basicly, there is no other music like this in the world! It is so original, an amazing mix of traditional indian sounds and D&B Breakbeats, it doesn't get any better!

Groundbreaking

Takes me back over 10 years, will always remember the first time I heard this album. Fantastic, still sounds fresh today.

wrong order

tracks 5 & 6 are in the wrong order (great album, somebody stole my CD version)

Biography

Born: 1970 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Creator of an innovative fusion of Indian bhangra music and drum'n'bass electronica, Talvin Singh was classically trained on the tabla but rejected most of his learning when he founded the Anokha club night at East London's Blue Note. Singh grew up in Leytonstone, and though he began playing tabla at the age of five, he also liked to breakdance to electro and listen to punk rock. He was transplanted to India at the age of 16 to pursue a classical education, but later returned to Britain in the late...
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