Tracks:

  1. Flyover
  2. Tank
  3. Hope
  4. Round Up
  5. Oil
  6. Powerlines
  7. Who Runs the Place
  8. Take Back the Power
  9. Warring Dhol
  10. Tomorrow Begins Today
  11. Melody 7

Review:

Taking it back to their roots - ADF has "avenged" again. This time however, it's not just for Rafi. Now their outrage has given representation to a much larger population - one that is being attacked all around the world and I don't mean the Americans.

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Tracks:

  1. Opal
  2. Flying Beyond
  3. Dubfire
  4. Infusion (Bombay mix)
  5. Ohm (Transfix mix)
  6. Gayatri Mantra Shuffle
  7. Somptin Hapnin (Ganesh mix)
  8. Krishna Raga
  9. Shake It (Shaikh it)
  10. Newborn Shuffle
  11. Rabbit Hole Raga (Spore mix)

Review:

It's a task to take South Asian rhythms and overlay them on Western beats in a manner that pleases both parties. It's an even tougher task to have presented them so that both groups are taken aback in awe.

While this album manages to accomplish that, what it misses out on is sense of cohesion.

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Tracks:

  1. Morning
  2. Saathi (feat. Ustad Sultan Khan)
  3. Raanjhan (feat. Abida Parveen)
  4. 136
  5. Rebirth (feat. Anoushka Shankar)
  6. Khayaal (feat. Vishal Vaid)
  7. Piya
  8. Kesariya
  9. Ali (feat. Kailash Kher)
  10. Enemy
  11. Hold On (Thaarey Rahiyo)

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Review:

MIDIval Punditz have done it again. Only this time the tracks are much more lyrically inclined. Could this be Karsh's influence coming through? Who knows? Really it doesn't matter.

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Tracks:

  1. 7.5
  2. The Khaleegi Stomp
  3. The Sikhman and the Rasta
  4. Drinking In Gomorrah
  5. Isis K
  6. Yellow and Black Taxi Cab
  7. Cikan - Le Message
  8. Take The A Tram
  9. Radio Unfree Europe
  10. Sentinel
  11. Stoyane / Male-Le
  12. Vanilka

Review:

'Impossible Broadcasting' is the title of the new album by Transglobal Underground (TGU) and truly it is full of tunes which you'd normally not hear in a common radio show: Heavy head Dub, Sitar Drum&Bass, Bulgarian choirs on top of Trance-Funk, malian HipHop, greek-russian (?) Ska-Funk and more sound travels of a rather uncommon kind.

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Tracks:

  1. Tomorrow is another day (feat. Zeebee)
  2. Ganga (feat. Sandhya Sanjana)
  3. Morning Meditation
  4. History has taught us nothing
  5. Nothing (feat. Louise)
  6. Desire
  7. Be here now
  8. Silent sigh (feat. Zeebee)
  9. Breathing cultures
  10. Deep inside

Review:

It's tough to review an album that has been sitting with you for the last few months. Well why wasn't it reviewed you ask? First, forgetfulness was the culprit but eventually it was fear. Fear of either giving too good a review for having gotten used to the tracks or of ripping the album apart due to utter boredom of hearing the tracks over and over again.

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