With the final furlong in sight and his latest full-scale project #DigiTaal palpably close to hitting the stands, the ever-productive Tarli Digital feeds us with one last single helping coming in the form of Mittran De Naa Karde. In hot pursuit of the sizzling collaboration alongside Des-C on Dil Dhak Dhak Soniye, this out-and-out party track arrives with much enthusiasm with vocalist Dalvinder Singh and famed percussion collective The Dhol Foundation tagging along for the ride!
While the premise of MDNK may not be entirely groundbreaking, the way Tarli Digital smartly applies his musical spin to extract a whirlwind effort from Dalvinder Singh as well as harness the raucous percussion supplied by Johnny Kalsi and Co. is particularly commendable. Tarli treats the listener to superb mandolin exploits as the immaculately-drilled Dhol Foundation spring to life and of course maintain a hive of activity throughout.
Considering their long-lasting partnership, both producer and vocalist combine at will as the quintessential, clean sound we’ve come to expect from Tarli Digital proves an ideal stomping ground for Singh’s silky yet buoyant tones, with the singer also providing a real feat of endurance too! Together with the beefy bassline and trademark tumbi, the neat sarangi additions further galvanise this Happy Bains-penned toe-tapper of a track.
Headed by Prabus Productions and featuring a host of cameos from fellow Midlands-based producer GV to the legendary Balwinder Safri himself, the video is worthy accompaniment to the single which is now available on iTunes.
With #DigiTaal releasing on 19th July 2012, Tarli Digital has kindly given t-minus.co.uk the opportunity to share with our readers the FIRST album review before it releases on 14th July 2012 so keep an eye out for that exclusive!