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Nucleya from Delhi (spelled “Nuclear”) is one of the current Indian innovators that look beyond the usual groove formats. The DJ and producer uses elements of both Indian traditional music (mainly from South India) as well as dubstep and Moombathon. He remixed Tigerstyle lately and is about to drop his first official EP this summer.
Read More : http://www.manrecordings.com/2012/04/nucleya/
Big Thanks to Daniel Haaksman, who also played a mind boggling set at Out of the Box – New Delhi (Videos coming soon)
One of Sunburn’s best-kept secrets this year was the bass stage. All though the festival is predominantly house, progressive, techno and trance oriented, Sunburn decided to pony up and add a dedicated Bass Music stage for 2011, which was steered mainly by the very talented locals with additional support from myself on the eve of the first night. It’s incredible how fast the Bass music bug has spread across the face of the planet and India is no exception. Artists like Mumbai’s B.R.E.E.D. and Delhi-based Nucleya are making deadly beats with an impressively futuristic slant and, while some of their tunes will fit into my set seamlessly, some of it really doesn’t sound like music from any where else in the world right now… which is even better!
Taken from Craig’s post :
Word Sound Power is a collaboration between Dalit rights activist and folk singer Bant Singh, junglist MC Delhi Sultanate, and India-based New York producer Chris McGuiness. Strictly speaking , this one isn’t a mixtape – it’s a 2 EP download – but it’s new, its great and it’s free, so it’s going in this list. The second EP features remixes by domestic and international producers; the remix by Nucleya, rising star of Indian bass music, is a particular standout.
Original Post : Here
Arthor : Craig Duncan
” Bollywood mash-up artist Nucleya will round off the solid lineup with his own Asian-inflected set. “Nucleya has got to be one of the most creative producers in India, and is really pushing the envelope with his mind-bending sets,” said Gaurav Malakar of B.L.O.T. and Qilla Records. “I haven’t seen anybody use Traktor and Ableton Live on the fly the way he does.” His B.L.O.T. partner Avinash Kumar added to the testimonial: “[Nucleya] manages to string together complex and often conflicting arrangements of music and cultural references in his sets. It’s often hard to tell whether he’s mad, tripping or amazing.”
Read the article : http://www.timeoutdelhi.net/nightlife/nightspot_preview_details.asp?code=99
Big up to :
Gaurav Malakar - B.L.O.T. and Qilla Records
Avinash Kumar - B.L.O.T.
Vandana Verma - Time Out Magazine
(Special track made for Fairtalizer.com, which is now called Official .fm)
Jon Jaggi from Fairtalizer.com did an exclusive interview with Nucleya for the launch of his album Horn OK Please.
Read the article : HERE