Tracks:

  1. Electric Universe
  2. Tonic
  3. Atomizer
  4. Four Sticks
  5. Naina Laagey
  6. Drifting
  7. Desolate
  8. Sun Mere Sanam
  9. Har Ek Baat
  10. The Lucky One
  11. Electric Universe (acoustic)

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MIDIval Punditz are the chameleons of the south asian fusion scene: ever changing their musical appearance and doing it to communicate with the world rather than hide in it. (don't believe that chameleons do that? check the wiki!).

This is the one time where I quote the media package provided with the CD because it rings so true. They have released a "soundtrack for the Age of the Shuffle...[i.e. allowing the] listeners to jump from one style of music to another" without ever leaving their album. With not one mis-step in sight they have crafted an album that spans the world while giving a solid "f*ck off with your categories" to the pigeon holers who decide where an album "should belong."

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Tracks:

  1. Superpower
  2. Burning Fence
  3. No Fun
  4. Speed of Light
  5. Ease Up Caesar
  6. S.O.C.A.
  7. Target Practice
  8. Living Under the Radar
  9. Altered Statesmen
  10. Bride of Punkara
  11. Stop the Bleeding
  12. Awake\Asleep

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Historically, Culture Move was the best song that I had ever heard from ADF. That meant two things when ADF's new album Punkara was released, (1) my expectations were very high; and (2) I was hoping to hear the ADF sound of Rafi's Revenge and Tank. Unfortunately, I was disappointed on both points.

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Tracks:

  1. Skip-ij
  2. Hold it in my heart
  3. Play that way
  4. Breathe in
  5. Dushto meyra
  6. London to Dhaka
  7. Mr. President
  8. Get down like this
  9. Cha na na na
  10. Sukno patar
  11. Future people
  12. Trip to the moon

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This is probably what State Of Bengal wanted to do with his previous album however, he wasn't able to as he was sharing the title with someone else. With that in mind this is truly State of Bengal in his own element. What Sam has done ranges from Dub, to Hip Hop to DnB just as it ranges from the gritty and raw, to absolutely stellar and amazing.

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Tracks:

  1. Mash It Up
  2. Iz What
  3. Fistful O Dynomite
  4. Blindsided
  5. Butterfly
  6. Soultrippin
  7. The Liar Song
  8. Dougla Anthem
  9. Soul Of The Nation
  10. Street Fighter
  11. Whatcha Want
  12. S.P.I.T
  13. Moment Of Silence
  14. Bungle In The Jungle [SKIT]

Review: We, of the South Asian American backing, always tend to forget those among us who made it here after a stop off somewhere else. South Asians have become Americans by way of such varied places as Canada, Mexico, Kenya, Gyuana, Trinidad etc. Moreover, each of these places has provided cultural addition to the diaspora that we now call the South Asian American Experience. These additions have helped us realize that we are all varied but share the same ancestry.

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Tracks:

  1. Ali (Tapan's Deep Blue Mix)
  2. Night (Bandish Projekt Club Mix)
  3. 136 (Jayant's Breaks Mix)
  4. Raanjhan (Jalebee Bass for Breakfast Mix)
  5. Kesariya (Groovio's This Thing Mix)
  6. Dark Age (Audialize Super Psy-Remix)
  7. Raanjhan (Son Kite Remix)
  8. Dark Age (Karsh Kale Remix)
  9. 136 (Gautam's Downtempo Mix)

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This albums is almost a no-brainer. Both of the MIDIval Pundtiz originals were unsurpassed, so of course this one has to be stellar. While that statement is mostly true there is one gripe to be had.

First the good: the varied group of remixers provide us with a sound that, while in the dance genre, mutates enough to keep you interested and then some. Tapan beats it in on a 4x4, Jayant tears it down with a break, Groovio and Audalize psy it out and Karsh, well does his Karsh thing. If you, the listener, can't find a track to dance to then I suggest you have your hearing examined.

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