Gauze

by Ravana

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"Gauze"

A tribute to the sounds of Muslimgauze and Dr. Das

Muslimgauze
As someone who always had more musical supply than demand, Jones additionally released material on nearly any small label that approached him. In 1995, he had six releases; in 1996, 15; in 1997, nine; in 1998, 16. After his death, the many record companies with which he had associated released unreleased material and re-pressed older, out-of-print material. In 1999, the year of his death, 22 new (and old) albums and EPs on several media were released.

He always stated that he never had time to listen to other people's music, although in a 1992 interview with Impulse Magazine, he mentioned that he enjoyed traditional music of Japan, the Middle East, and India. On Wednesday, 30 December 1998, Bryn was rushed to the hospital in Manchester with a rare fungal infection in his bloodstream, for which he had to be heavily sedated. His body eventually shut down, and he died on 14 January 1999


Dub Mentality - Asian Dub Foundation
Written by Aniruddha Das, John Pandit, Saidullah Zaman, Sanjay Tailor, Steven Savale, Y. Spacek

Dub is the place we come to argue and debate
It isn't just a backdrop for our herbal intake
And in this time we fill the space with noise
Black noise will be a sound you can't avoid
We're raising our voices to reflect our reality
Using dub as our foundation because we've got dub mentality

Listen to the sound of the drum and the bass
Different communities meet up in the same place
We are mixing the flavours to suit every taste
This music have the power for all of the human race
Dub is the teacher
Jungle is the preacher
Dub education through the jungle a go reach ya

Cut and a splice and regeneration
Militant mix and equalisation
These are the methods for a serious operation
Pushing back the borders of your musical civilisation
So listen without prejudice and without delay
To the sound of the Asian Dub Foundation today

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released December 22, 2016

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Ravana New Delhi, India

In a Word: Mystical

In a sense, electronic music is a vacuum  - the entire damn genre started off as nothing more than a series of electrical inventions which gained popularity after composers applied them to their own cultures. New Delhi-based artist Ravana, named after the antagonist of Valmiki’s epic poem Ramayana, follows in these classics’ footsteps to re-imagine their music. ... more

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