Indian and European Artists Release the First Electronic Music Compilation of Its Kind

Posted by Peter Braun • Monday, October 11. 2010 • Category: Crossing Cultures
In Delhi friends of the arts, music and entertainment have marked 16.10.2010 to celebrate an interplay of artistic diversity. At Max Mueller Bhavan (how the Goethe-Institut is known in India), followed by an after show party around the corner at Aqua (in The Park Hotel New Delhi), the Sound Tamasha family will release the first of its kind electronic music compilation of Indo European artist collaborations: Sound Tamasha – Spectaculicious House (Creative Commons Only).

Invite for the Record Release Party

From this day onwards, everybody on the whole planet can (and should!) download the special Creative Commons release featuring 6 original tracks plus a special guest remix of all tracks on the compilation. Just go to and minutes later you can listen to some truly spectaculicious sounds!

But the best is that you can use it without the usual restrictions of digital music: put it on your laptop, MP3 player, home stereo or car with no copy-protection or legal boundaries. You can share it with your friends, family, or that special girl/boy you might have a crush on. Thanks to the artists who support the distribution of music beyond commercial interests, all the great music comes for FREE.

The original CD “Sound Tamasha – Spectaculicious House (Only)” beautifully designed by Avinash Kumar can already be ordered online and, of course, will also be available at the events. For more information on the Creative Commons version, especially if you want to make a remix of a track or use it in a commercial way, please visit the Sound Tamasha website.

Celebrating Tamasha

The rocking Line Up for the Official Release Party starting 6 pm at Max Mueller Bhavan and the after show party at Aqua from 10.30 pm to 2.30 am is André Gardeja (Freizeitglauben / Berlin), Nils Ohrmann (Hula Hoop / Berlin), B.L.O.T. (Qilla Records / New Delhi), and Vipul Angirish (Wind Horse Records / New Delhi). To create an atmosphere of true spectacle Yo Sato (Tokyo) and Thiruda (Avinash Kumar / B.L.O.T.) will bring the space alive with their unique visual performances.

Just like at the almost 70 parties hosted by Sound Tamasha before, both events celebrate the audience, the Sound Tamasha family and all the artists who have contributed to the undertaking of reinvigorating to what is not only known as an Indian folk art but also as the spectacle of every day life in a country full of musical traditions, culture and breath-taking developments in all spheres of society: a true Tamasha – the Sound Tamasha.

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