Based on the heavy Dark step among all other dub sound, his signature hard neuro-funk style mixes wobble bass over bro step.
In cluding his latest EP ”MENTAL CONFLICT”, he has released 5 Eps.
Also this is a remix of ”The Prodigy”, a very popular electro band in Japan.
This might sound like one of the random track-maker, but this one’s pretty much renowned musician.
Mayur Narvekar was nominated as the best Indian Act for MTV Europe Music Award in 2012, he is a doubler player, composer, producer, and label owner. This multi-talented musician uses both ” Mosillator” based more on the bass sound, and ”Bandish Projekt” that combines the Indian music and electro.
He is talking on the website of my favorite software”Ableton Live” about his own project.
How do you manipulate aspects of traditional music in your productions?
To give an example, here’s a video of how I incorporate my tabla rhythm patterns into a grime beat.
I start with what sounds good to me. It can be a beat, a sound, or a noise – whatever excites me. Learning a classical instrument like tabla is a very logical process which helps me to grow in other areas. I don’t think in terms of specific techniques because I throw myself into many different situations calling for many different approaches. Modern software gives you a lot of options. It’s all too easy to invest a lot of time and energy into things which aren’t in tune with your original idea. Then you end up having a sound which you’re not happy with. So sticking to what you want is very important, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t experiment.(Ableton.com)
An Indian rapper, “MC MAWALI”is featured in”Bandish Projekt”, sounding pretty dope.
The next one will probably from India’s hiphop scene.