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Weekend Collection: Volume 6


Weekend Collection: Volume 6


Weekend Collection: Volume 6


With a fresh start to the new year, we try grabbing your ‘year’ with some songs that we found ourselves listening to over the weekend. We bring you the sixth Weekend Collection, bursting to the seams with the hottest tracks of late that caught our eye. Memories and time will flow and you’ll find yourself sitting back and closing your eyes as you space out and groove to these killer tunes!


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B.R.E.E.D (aka DJ Nasha) – Stuck in a Dream

Armed with some internationally acclaimed glitch-hop, DJ Nasha has been spinning tables in another direction. Stuck in a Dream follows some beautiful piano segments before pumping it heavy with bass and drums. The album itself is well thought out, bringing more essences of funk into it than his previous work, but the album opener, Stuck in a Dream is undoubtedly a masterpiece.




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Soulmate – Set Me Free

Off the 2009 record, Movin On, this uplifting track reminisces the blues of the Mississippi, with cliched guitar lick, and preset vocal patterns. But the feel of the live performance, especially with Tripti’s vocals, makes it a near holy event. Soulmate is unparalleled in the realm of live blues music in India, and it looks like they will continue to be so for some time to come.




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The Vinyl Records- Apocryphal

The all-girl quartet has been rapidly growing in popularity over the last year. With an outstanding performance at the Ziro music festival, they released their four tack EP, Whims, to general acclaim. Deriving influences off punk sounds, like The B52’s, their stance on women empowerment is evident, and none more so than in the song Apocryphal. A very ‘garage’ sounding that will leave you wanting more.
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The Burning Deck- Kalinihita

These new Bangalore boys have really found a workable groove. With a quick album out last year, the title track is based around a poem called Casabianca by Felicia Dorothea Hermans. Focusing on a young commander, waiting for a word from his father to leave the deck of a burning ship.
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Chela Rhea Harper- When Chela Met Vishal (Featuring: Mark Hawkins on bass)

Vishal J Singh, brainchild of Amogh Symphony, member of The Library, and composer/guitarist for many films such as Gangs of Wasseypur, features in a collaboration with Canadian metal artist Chela Rhea Harper. This brutal six minute piece, albeit 2 years old, shows just how versatile Vishal is with metal and electronic sounds.


So there you have it! A bunch of lively sounds to kickstart your day. Stay tuned for the next edition of the Weekend Collection.


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