Monday, December 22, 2008


As promised, here are some mp3s to enjoy. Not brand new stuff, but quality tunes. Four tracks in this post, enjoy the music and be sure to support the artists if you like them by buying their other songs!

Antiga Prime - Reges Treiben (Keinzwiter remix) [click to download]

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This song is from Keyboard Choir and is off of their album titled Mizen Head to Gascanne Sound.

Keyboard Choir - Skylab [click to download]

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Keyboard Choir

This track from Bombay Dub Orchestra is called 'Journey' and is off of their recently released album - 3 Cities.

Here is some information from the producers about the concept behind 3 Cities:

Step inside the sound of 3 Cities, Bombay Dub Orchestra's sophomore release, and experience the crossroads where Mumbai, Chennai, and London musically meet. Since the release of their self-titled debut, the name Bombay Dub Orchestra (consisting of composer/producers Garry Hughes and Andrew T. Mackay) has built quite a reputation. From main-stage performances at the UK's Big Chill Festival and Djing across the globe, scoring feature films to remixing such world-renowned artists as Bob Marley, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and Bebel Gilberto, fans and critics have been eagerly awaiting their next album. For 3 Cities, both Hughes and Mackay traveled to Mumbai and Chennai to record with the cities' premier musicians and vocalists before returning to London to mix the album. 3 Cities is where their cinematic soundscapes meet Indian Classical and electronica featuring a huge cast of over 75 musicians.

Bombay Dub Orchestra - Journey [click to download]

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Bombay Dub Orchestra

The Orb - Katskills [click to download]

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The Orb

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