Tags : | Fusion | 5.66 MB

Description : This is basically a dance track with integration of Bhangra elements. To say this is high energy would be an understatement. The track uses house construction kits and samples from various sources with Bhangra (Punjabi) instruments and voices. Recut 5-8-2014. Recut again 5-21 slightly better mix. Comments welcome.

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  1. M8TN
    M8TN on Wed 14th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Yes! wicked sound. Thanks for sharing, I've downloaded and gonna play this forever. Can't quite get my head around 0:30 to 0:45, but who cares, this is brilliant!

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks for your kind comments and downloading - I'm in the process of re-integrating 30 to 45 - I agree it is not coherent as currently mixed but hopefully will make more sense in the next cut - maybe not but I'm trying to improve the mix.
    Again, thanks for listening.

  2. Darkreine
    Darkreine on Tue 13th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Banging tune this, love it!!

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks - coming from you that is indeed a compliment!

  3. soundhound
    soundhound on Mon 12th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Cool track... Clindsay...Lots of nice stuff going on with flavour...

    Wars and rumours of War, but nobody wants to die...LOL

    If you are interested in being on the radio, or selling your tunes
    by using the radio, then you would have a problem other then
    that....Play your Music or Make your Music like you want...

    Radio has been crunching Music, for as long as I can remember
    and that's been a long time...They are trying to take control of the
    air waves again, now that they have lost it to the internet...
    Yes Stations are on the net. but they are more in line with us then
    the stations outside the box, they are the ones doing the most crying...
    Because most of them are still running on grandpa's gear, and don't really
    want to upgrade so they figure lets make them downgrade so we don't
    blow up our stuff...Speakers...Amps and the like..
    cheaper for us..

    Don't get me started...


    Reply by clindsay

    TG - thanks for your comments - not sure I understand the bits after but it may be academic since this is produced with other people's loops and could not be reproduced without permissions etc. I'm just a hobbyist havin' fun. Again, thanks.

  4. AnalogDisc
    AnalogDisc on Mon 12th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    It`s a cool track, which won`t stop rollin`! I must say that every 4th beat contains something new and enjoyable! Thank you for sharing this! Cheers!

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks - glad you enjoyed it.

    DESTERO on Mon 12th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Nice Track and a great uplifter.
    have a nice day >=0)

  6. Diese
    Diese on Sun 11th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    good job.

  7. soulkettle67
    soulkettle67 on Sun 11th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Love this Clindsay, would love to play it www.loopradio.net for the International Looperman day



    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks - Would be delighted and honored if you played it. Thanks for the kind comments.

  8. bmw2000uk
    bmw2000uk on Sun 11th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    This track is so full of energy, you just cant fault it.

    Something different always gets my attention and this really did get my full attention.

    Great drums, great sounds, just al round happy and alive!!!



    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks for listening and your kind comments Digital-J - always appreciated.

  9. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Sun 11th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    So, there is not a lot that will get me off my duff and up and moving around, but this track did exactly that. And something else, I felt GOOD listening to this...hard not to smile while moving to the beat.

    I never pay much attention to genres, but I do pay attention to great music, and this track fits that category nicely. I loved the break at the 2:55 mark, gave me a few seconds to catch my breath, hahaha. I love this tune!!! Added to favorites and downloaded for those days when I don't get enough coffee (thank you for that). A whole lot of awesomeness right here. I hope all is well.


    Reply by clindsay

    Bear - thanks very much - the purpose of the track is exactly to put a smile on peoples faces and get people moving so I'm thrilled that you liked it. Thanks for your kind comments.

  10. johnnyproducing
    johnnyproducing on Sat 10th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Ahh okay, well from the positive side you don't hear the genre a lot (or at least I don't)
    It surely gets people moving, can't imagine that most people stand still on this one haha

    And I just realized that your picture isn't a pipe with a bush in it hahahahaha, I kept mistaking it for that for like forever but it's just the shadow that makes it look like that

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks- my reply was not really directed at your comments but to some earlier. I probably didn't do a great job of describing the track when I posted it.
    If you want to hear the variety of Bhangra I have a playlist below that pretty well covers the breadth of the genre.
    Again, thanks for listening.

  11. johnnyproducing
    johnnyproducing on Sat 10th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    It was interesting hearing this song, a lot of electronics involved in this one while keeping a sort of tribal feel to it. Also some electro house sort of stuff going on.
    Sure a crazy track but it was enjoyable to listen to and fun ;)

    Thanks for sharing this clindsay

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks for your comments - I think it may be appropriate to share that this is not really 'out there' within the genre. The vocals are taken form Billy Sagoo's samples and are fairly standard to the genre which is designed for dancing and celebration. Granted the house loops add a different level of energy but the purpose is to get people moving. The subtext is not subtle and this is basically a balls to the wall expression of energy with a bit of tongue in cheek.
    Again, thanks for your kind comments - just want to expand on what this is supposed to be.

  12. radioilluminati
    radioilluminati on Sat 10th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Open mind is good!

    Just because many people say 2+2=5m then it does not mean it is the truth.

    It is like Plato's cave:

    If you really want to dig into the loudness war and learn how it is making the sound of the music bad. Then this one is for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IE4wVwoFdYg

    This is gold info, because you will stand out by making music sound better haha

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks again - You may ascribe more sophistication to my producing ability than I'm due. I watched most of the second video and it was helpful. Like I wrote below, I'm just a duffer lining up loops - hopefully in unique ways but I mainly produce by ear with minimal changes to the loops and virtually none to the master or effects. This will help expand my horizons of the possible. The loudness wars were not even on my radar so I've learned something new about production.

  13. radioilluminati
    radioilluminati on Sat 10th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Interesting and creative. I like, that you sound a bit different.

    I have 1 very good tip:



    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks - and thanks for the tips - I get it - I wasn't really aware that the issue existed.
    I'll take a fresh listen.

  14. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Sat 10th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    hey clindsay...sure is no lack of the big energy here...definitely party music..sounds like a mix of bangra & house and its very cool...way to go....crazy is good....Ed

  15. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 9th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Very interesting style here! I had to go wiki "Bhangra," as it sounded familiar, but I wasn't sure what it referred to. The bass parts are really sweet and powerful! The vocal parts add a lot of course, and you did a great job mixing them! I especially liked the more sparse parts of this track, very clear and open to interpretation. Definitely a cool tech piece! Keep it up!

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks - this one was fun. Bhangra also spelled Banghra is a pretty wide open genre and pulls from a lot of styles but retains a kind of signature rhythm . Thanks for the listen and the kind words.

  16. djole94hns
    djole94hns on Fri 9th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    This is amazing, really upbeat :) Makes me want to dance ^^

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks - much appreciated.

  17. crucethus
    crucethus on Fri 9th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Amazing sound you have going on here. I love the craziness and all the changes, keeps the listener intrigued the whole time. Great stereo separation and production. I just picture some underground party in Bangalore where this is being played.
    keep on

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks - especially the part about the production which is always a challenge.

  18. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Thu 8th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Nice up tempo piece of dance music. I like the way it changes as it goes along. It's completely crazy. Did you enter this into the origional song competition? If not you should have done.
    Bhangra Techno works pretty damn well.
    Glad i stoppped by.
    The vocal samples are great.

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks FR - I'm just a duffer lining up loops but I'm glad you like this. I'm in process of re-cutting and will repost in a day or so - won't pull the crazy though.
    Again, Thank you for your kind comments.

  19. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Thu 8th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Yeah, exactly...crazy and great!!


    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks Orlando

  20. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Wed 7th May 2014 - 6 years ago

    Yeah, this is pretty crazy. I'm not sure if there is a bhangra-hard techno genre (probably) but this would fit right in.

    0:51 killer bass riff definitely gets my attention. The ones before that are decent but don't stand out that much for me.

    1:43 another massive aggressive riff.

    1:53 vocal reminds me just a little of some of the vocals on The Prodigy's classic Hyperspeed.


    I thought 2:55 was probably long enough for this bit of high energy madness. But why not come back for one last sweaty writhing body stomping workout?

    You can probably guess it's not exactly my kind of thing but I appreciate and do like some elements. Probably a bit too crazy and fizzy (high frequencies) for me but good crossover dancefloor stuff.

    Reply by clindsay

    As always I appreciate your analysis especially on tracks that are not your thing. By the time I post these (there are several in the bank), I'm second guessing everything. Ironically Hyperspeed is more coherent than my track but I think mine has more power. This is in line with mainstream Bhanghra at this point (I know, go figure)and would not be considered crazy within that genre which mixes hip-hop with dance with traditional Punjabi rhythms in pretty eccentric ways.

    I originally had this longer and you are right on about adding the sweaty bits for another round but I've kind of learned that to get traction tracks need to be shorter than 4 minutes. I'll add more in the club mix.
    Again, thank you for taking the time to provide valuable analysis. It is always appreciated.

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