Archive for the ‘Electronic’ Category
Phoenyx - Teriyan Khairan
Phoenyx + Arijit Singh - Ka Karoon Sajani (Unplugged)
Phoenyx - Dil Ya Bil
After unleashing Ka Karoon Sajini a few days ago, we finally got our hands on the album Phase 1, by Phoenyx, released on Saregama records. Focusing heavily on electronic and dubstep, this album really excels in developing a perfect fusion of Panjabi vocals with some mindblowing dub sounds. I may be slightly premature but rating as a fusion album, this is up there with some of the finest, liked so much so that it got me reminiscing of great fusion artists of the past including TJ Rehmi, Tabla Beat Science and Talvin Singh to name but a few. As always, a selection of our favourites have been uploaded for your ears only, cop this thumping album via the iTunes button below.
We last heard from this young sensation with his simply colossal Drum and Bass take on Garry Sandhu & GV’s Fresh. Now, Govind Bhachu has cooked up another scintillating storm that continues in the experimental mould. Vistaar begins in subtle fashion with Govind’s impeccable percussion accompanying a synth vibe, but as the track develops everything erupts as time and space seem to be warped by the sheer magnitude of the electronic transformation! Despite the carnage, the classical female harmonies provide a pleasant warmth to the track and give this snarling monster a soulful touch. Vistaar is available as a free download, just hit that arrow!
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I had mentioned the young talent Govind Bhachu when Garry Sandhu’s Sahan Toh Pyariya released early this year. Having performed percussion on said track, Govind has gone a step further by producing the official remix to G Sandhu’s most recent release Fresh. The remix is a clicky little number. Hard hitting, deep bass, anthemic – check, check and check.
To be featured on Clare Maguire’s forthcoming album Light After Dark Chase + Status team up with the voice of 2011 for a nice tempo’d smooth number.
Another flawless production by the producer of the moment, James Breakage. This is definately going to be his year.