Monday, August 07, 2006

Karsh Kale: Liberation



London born and NYC raised, Karsh Kale creates rich and atmospheric Indian-influenced electro-pop sounds on this album. His new album Broken English is out now and from the samples off of Six Degrees Records, I must say it's pretty darn cool. But since I have Liberation on hand at the moment and Broken English is in the mail, I figured I'd post about this CD. It's groovy music to listen to when you're working. Interestingly, so far the remix album of Realize called Redesign is my favorite album, but overall Kale produces solid works with intelligent programming.

Although the music definitely has South Asian elements to it, it's hard to describe in general. As one reviewer put it so eloquently:

And he's right: it's the Bhangra and Bollywood of Jackson Heights, the hip hop of Brooklyn and the South Bronx, the electronica of the Chelsea nightclubs, and the rock-n-roll of the Lower East Side

Listen to:
"Liberation"
"Epic"

Visit:
Karsh Kale's Official Website
Karsh Kale's Myspace
Buy Mp3s at Six Degrees Records

4 Comments:

Anonymous Shawn said...

This is cool music.

For some reason it makes me feel like drawing this:

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Thursday, August 10, 2006  
Anonymous Sailable Shaver said...

Isn't Epic really enjoyable?? Cool. Knot Theory?

Sunday, August 27, 2006  
Anonymous cchang said...

Indeed...I'm a math nerd. I take it that you are too? :)

Sunday, October 08, 2006  
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