Tuesday 02nd September 2014,
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NADA BRAHMA MIX 006 // _RHL [FREE DOWNLOAD]

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Providing us with our dose of music this month is _RHL more fondly known as Rahul Giri, one half of India’s trip hop band, SULK STATION. Originally from Kathmandu, Rahul moved to Bangalore in 2005. There he hooked up with Lounge Piranha, known for introducing an ambient style of post-rock to Bangalore’s heavily metal dominated music scene. After playing live with them for some time, Rahul started his own music experimentation. Then near the tail end of 2009, he joined forces with Tanvi Rao and so SULK STATION was born. September saw Sulk Station coming to the UK and doing their first ever video interview exclusively with us (interview is being edited as we speak!).

This mix is filled with a beautiful range of eclectic sounds from artists likes Nosaj Thing, Flying Lotus, The XX, Fantastic Mr Fox and many more. If you caught the mix by DJ Khalid and like it, you’ll love this one!!

Check out the mix below and download it FREE from our FACEBOOK FANPAGE

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  1. Swan (Daisuke Tanabe Remix) – Monokle
  2. Lost in Tokyo – Koreless
  3. 1685/Bach – Nosaj Thing
  4. 2nd Boom – Analogue Monsta
  5. Carbonate – Mount Kimbie
  6. Over – Fantastic Mr Fox
  7. Megajoy/J-pop – Kidkanevil
  8. Badi Dheere (Bandish Project Remix) – Rekha Bhardwaj
  9. Phantasm feat. Laura Darlington – Flying Lotus
  10. Your Love Ain’t Fair – Simian Mobile Disco
  11. What’s in you head – Disclosure
  12. Sacred Frequency – Machinedrum
  13. Diamond – Lorn
  14. Angels (Four Tet Remix) – The XX
  15. Piya II – Sulk Station
  16. Love some1 – Holy Other

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Founder and Editor of NADA BRAHMA, Sanj.K is an Investment Banker with a sense of humor. Born and brought up in the UK, he has an ongoing love affair with music, martial arts and masala chai and in his spare time perfects the deadly art of watching old skool kung-fu movies. Sanj loves bringing a fresh outlook on ‘left field’, Asian, electronica and classical music from across the globe, but hates the music they play in supermarkets.

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