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  • Performer: Bombay Dub Orchestra
  • Album: 3 Cities
  • FLAC: 1101 mb | MP3: 1418 mb
  • Released: 2008
  • Style: Dub, Neo-Classical, Ambient, Downtempo, Breaks, Folk
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Bombay Dub Orchestra rolls out its 2008 second album, 3 Cities. Both Hughes and Mackay traveled to Mumbai and Chennai to record with the cities' premier musicians and vocalists before returning to London to mix the album. 3 Cities is where their cinematic soundscapes meet Indian Classical and electronica featuring a huge cast of over 75 musicians. An absolutely dream-inducing brainwave -Billboard". Bombay Dub Orchestra always produces such high quality music, and this recording does not disappoint. The music is rich, lush and really stands out as a stark contrast to the manufactured pop on the airwaves today. Looking for sophistication or real flavor?

Album · 2008 · 11 Songs. More By Bombay Dub Orchestra. See All. Bombay Dub Orchestra.

Bombay Dub Orchestra is the al project of composers Garry Hughes and Andrew T. Mackay. Their self-titled debut album was released in 2006. They have performed at various film festivals around the world including Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles and Stuttgart's Bollywood and Beyond. Their third album, Tales From The Grand Bazaar (2013), was recorded in Kingston, Jamaica with Sly & Robbie, Istanbul, Turkey; Bombay, India; London & Rockfield Studios, UK, Los Angeles, and New York.

Album · 2009 · 9 Songs. 8. Monsoon Malabar (Bombay Dub Orchestra's Dub Mix). 9. Journey (Pathaan's Epic Mix). 9 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes. Released: 28 Jul 2009. 2009 Six Degrees Records.

Bombay Dub Orchestra are not really from Bombay, nor are they really a dub ensemble - nor, strictly speaking, are they exactly an orchestra. The name was adopted by production duo Garry Hughes and Andrew T. McKay as a moniker for their nt-funk project, one that has now resulted in two full-length albums as well as the odd remix project. 3 Cities in Dub consists, as you would expect, of remixed versions of four tracks from their second album, 3 Cities.

Bombay Dub Orchestra: 3 Cities by Chris M. Slawecki, published on March 18, 2009. But Cities does more than contemplate modern life-it reflects in chrome and steel its often harrowing pace. Twisting within the twin spines of North Indian vocals and South Indian percussion, "Spiral" whips through its landscape like a tornado, even pouring out a volcanic duel between the drums and Kartik's vocal. Monsoon Malabar" sounds nearly indescribable: the production masterfully stretches out one single vocal syllable, "ripples" it into repeated beats, then folds those beats into the rhythm track.