If you are in the mood for something outside the mainstream, and you dig global electronica/downtempo sound, I highly recommend, Karsh Kale’s new album, Broken English.
Recorded in five cities and on two continents, this album features a talented cast of collaborators such as Trixie Reiss (The Crystal Method), film composer Salim Merchant (one half of the “it” Bollywood composer team, Salim-Sulaiman) and Dierdre (Ekova), Broken English is Kale’s most diverse. Two days after it’s release, Broken English is in the top fifteen ITunes Electronic Charts. It is a truly global sound.
In that same genre, I recommend Thievery Corp’s AOL Sessions, Gotan Project’s Diferente, and Ursula 1000’s latest release, Here Comes Tomorrow.
3 thoughts on “Electronica From Planet Earth”
I can only imagine that you are a huge Talvin Singh fan…
i used to be but any longer. i do love nitin sawhney who remains one of my favorite and most under rated artists in the world.
I like Karsh Kale’s music and wasnt aware of his album till I read your post. Its good but probably it will take a lil’ bit of time to grow on me. Thievery is my cuppa tea. Also, if you like to listen to some good Oriental instrumentals — check out ‘Eastern Enery’ by Twelve girls band. Definitely not electronica / trance but worth a listen..
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