Anokha – Soundz of the Asian Underground
|Anokha - Soundz of the Asian Underground|
|Compilation album by|
|Released||17 June 1997|
|Genre||Electronica, Asian Underground, Drum and bass|
|Talvin Singh chronology|
Anokha – Soundz of the Asian Underground is a compilation album.
This 1997 album arose from the Anokha music club night, formed by its host Talvin Singh and Sweety Kapoor, with music producer/DJ State of Bengal a.k.a. Zam Zaman. Anokha held weekly sessions at the legendary Blue Note venue at Hoxton Square in London's East End. The album was marketed by Mango Records, a division of Island Records. Those music sessions and this compilation helped to promote the rise of the Asian Underground movement.
The compilation was signed via Anokha's imprint label Omni Records to Island Records and led to major label deals for Talvin Singh, State of Bengal and Amar.
|2.||"Flight IC408"||State of Bengal||07:21|
|4.||"Shang High"||Future Soundz Of India||05:52|
|5.||"Chittagong Chill"||State of Bengal||08:25|
|6.||"Mumbai Theme Tune"||A. R. Rahman||05:15|
|7.||"Distant God"||Talvin Singh||06:17|
|10.||"Spiritual Masterkey"||Osmani Soundz||05:14|
|11.||"Accepting Trankuility"||Milky Bar Kid||08:39|
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