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Weekend Collection: Volume 12


Weekend Collection: Volume 12


A still from the TV show Rome.

A still from the TV show Rome.


Weekend Collection: Volume 12


Arvind Kejriwal collaborates with Yo Yo Honey Singh for new song (listen here)! Belated April Fools’ Day! Now that we’ve got your attention by using a cheap ploy, we’d like to take you to yet another edition of Weekend Collection. The rush of sounds we heard over the last two days drove us up the wall into partial insanity and transformed us to a trans-dimensional goat while the songs played on loop. Here, have a bite and satiate your senses with new music. PS: Check out the goat; he’s quite cute.



KOAN Sound – 7th Dimension


Bristol-based KOAN Sound are a duo who break the cookie-cutter dance music clog with their blend of dubstep, hip-hop and DnB. “7th Dimension” from their latest EP Dynasty, released on Skrillex’s OWSLA records, is the perfect Monday song to break you out of your languid weekend funk. We’re still hung onto it.


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Frame/Frame – “Swimmers remix feat. Garima Aneja”


Nikhil Kaul’s (aka Frame/Frame) remix of his original EP Swimmers has taken a brand new shape and sound with the likes of Sulk Station, Sandunes and others taking part in the remixing. His eponymous single “Swimmers” features Garima Aneja’s ethereal vocals taking you on a new high unlike any of the other tracks. It’s the perfect track that kick starts the album into high-octane adrenaline.


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Prateek Kuhad Collective – “Savera”


We would be lying to high heavens if we said we heard this song over the weeked. “Savera”, a bonus one and half minute long single from Prateek Kuhad’s previous EP Raat Raazi, is a song whose dazzle is infectious even weeks after its release when we heard it for the first time. With the poltergeist floating around setting up a table for two, one begins to hate Prateek Kuhad for its oh-so-soon ending!


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Jeff Beal – “Cleopatra Seduces Caesar”


Serving as the official theme song for the 2005 TV show Rome, this song is jazz instrumentalist and composer Jeff Beal’s finest compositions lost in the mist of his other grand oeuvre with theme songs for the political drama House of Cards and Ugly Betty leading the trail. The haunting, blood-smeared death-drums of this theme song make for an ominous setting to the gory show that essays the state of Rome as it transitioned from a republic to an empire during the time of Caesar.


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Animals as Leaders –  “The Woven Web” 


Belonging to Washington-based instrumental prog metal band Animals as Leaders’ latest album The Joy of Motion, which was released recently on March 25, “The Woven Web” flings one into a complex web of riffs that shifts swiftly between musical modes. Animals as Leaders, one of the purveyors of the djent genre, have got a lot right in this album that they missed in their 2011 release Weightless.


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Dave Brubeck Quartet – “Blue Rondo A La Turk”



Dave Brubeck, one of the leading proponents of jazz in the 50s masterfully led his quartet that came to be known for tracks like “Take Five” and “In Your Own Sweet Way” and “Blue Rondo A La Turk” in the jazz ages in the time to come.


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Keep tuning in to catch the next edition of the Weekend Collection. For more impromptu music, download the new Nokia MixRadio App here.




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