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Asian Breaks

ambi

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Posted : Jun 15, 2005 17:05
Try out

Compilations -
-Nasha - Eastern Breaks and Drum (he's also coming out with a new album soon)
-Rough Guide to Asian underground

Singles -
-Calcutta - Aphrodite
-Pukka masala
-Sate Of bengal has some good mixes

For people in Amsterdam check http://www.sutrafunk.com/ for events.

Events in Germany check www.masala-movement.de







ambi

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Posted : Jun 15, 2005 17:10



Check out "Spaceport Orkestra of Benares" as well.
AWESOME !!!
these guys are very creative and have gooooood breaks



BillieSophia


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Posted : Jun 15, 2005 18:10
Yep, I'm on a mission to get as many people to know about him !!! You need to check out PATHAAN for chilled, groovy, dance and even breaks.

See www.pathaan.com for all the info.

Smiles............................Sophia
ambi

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Posted : Jun 16, 2005 10:40

ah of course i know the stoned asia compilations. They are GREAT !! I Still need to get vol 1 and 2.

I've made my own mixed set. If you like i'll share it. I've selected some wicked chilled out asian beats for the mix. Well, atleast i got a good feedback for it

denger2005

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Posted : Jun 16, 2005 13:33
it ok
BillieSophia


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Posted : Jun 16, 2005 14:23
Well if you know the Stoned Asia Music sounds then definitely check out the Sunset series that I've mentioned before, released by Pathaan.

Sophia ;-)
ambi

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Posted : Jun 16, 2005 15:53


I'll upload my session tomorrow. I'll post the link when it's up.
thanks for your tip Sophia.

damon
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Posted : Jul 1, 2005 15:43
Thanks for all suggestions

BTW. www.radiohiro.com for all those living in Chicagoland area
          http://www.chillumafia.com
psybratt
Devic

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Posted : Jul 21, 2005 22:40
For peeps in the US, check http://www.dhamaalsf.com

They have regular events in SF and NY. Must go for fans of asian breaks.

peace,
Devic
psybratt
Devic

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Posted : Jul 21, 2005 22:41
sorrry.. double post

For peeps in the US

http://www.dhamaalsf.com . They have regular events in SF and NY. A must go for all asian underground lovers.

peace,
Devic
ambi

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Posted : Jul 22, 2005 12:24
Check some of my sessions online

www.ambrish.de/music/Player/mp3player.html

Hope you like them

Cheers

- Ambi
damon
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Posted : Jul 24, 2005 23:50
Quote:

On 2005-07-21 22:40, psybratt wrote:
For peeps in the US, check http://www.dhamaalsf.com

They have regular events in SF and NY. Must go for fans of asian breaks.

peace,
Devic



Adheesh Sathaye is a regular add on to monthly Bombay Beatbox parties here in Chicago @Sonotheque. Great tabla player
djsoma


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Posted : Aug 5, 2005 09:21
My favourite Asian Breakz can be found on these albums:

Karsh Kale: Realize [2001]
Karsh Kale: Redesign - Realize Remixed [2002]
Karsh Kale: Liberation [2003]
Rohan: Roots RMX [2004]
Prem Joshua: Dakini Lounge (Prem Joshua Remixed) [2003]
MIDIval PunditZ: MIDIval PunditZ [2002]
MIDIval PunditZ: Midival Times [2005]
Nasha - Eastern Drum and Breaks [2003]
Navdeep: Yaathra [2003]
Talvin Singh: OK [1998]
Talvin Singh: Ha [2000]
TJ Rehmi: Mera Therapy [1999]
State of Bengal vs Paban das Baul: Tana Tani [2004]
Asian Dub Foundation: Tank [2005]
Nitin Sawhney: Philtre [2005]
Essential Asian Flavas vol.1 [2002]
Essential Asian Flavas vol.2 [2003]

These are some of the highlight albums for me... And I'm discovering more all the time.

Banco de Gaia has also some wonderful asian influenced breaks stuff and of course one should never forget the first Anokha compilation, where it all officially started... Also all the albums from Nitin Sawhney are worth checking out even if there's not so many breaks tracks there.

Please post more suggestions, happy to explore this musical area more since it works so fine for me!!!           http://musicandhappylife.blogspot.com/
djsoma@gmail.com
Makyo


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Posted : Nov 2, 2005 05:32
Nice list, dj Soma!

I recommend www.ethno-techno.com for TONS of album reviews of this style and internet radio -- it's ALL here!
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