Bhangra Breaks: South Asian Beats & Bass
319 (504 MB) original, royalty-free WAV files.
Born in the Punjab region divided by India and Pakistan, bhangra is a primal music of celebration and rebirth that features heavy rhythms played on huge dhol drums, dholaks, and tablas-perfect for intersecting with today's urban and streetwise forms. Since 1997, DJ Rekha Malhotra's internationally known New York City monthly, Basement Bhangra®, has exposed legions of dance music lovers to modern bhangra mixes with pulverizing dance floor impact. DJ Rekha has teamed up with esteemed east coast producer Sunil Sehgal to create Bhangra Breaks: South Asian Beats & Bass, a sample library that delivers that authentic mix of culture and style to your desktop with folders full of melodic harmoniums, infectious tumbis, and layered percussion that provides a full rhythmic experience. Bhangra Breaks is a labor of love by true founders of the U.S. bhangra movement, and a glittering ornament in the Sony Sound Series family tree that will add a new level of vivid expressionism to your next project. Enjoy Bhangra Breaks royalty-free in ACID software, and all platforms that use .wav files.
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Excellent breath of fresh air Excellent gives new life to your tracks especially to add a Bollywood feel. February 1, 2014
Nabikj I listened to this music some time ago with the intention of adding it to my library. However, it was cost prohibitive. There was no project in place to justify the cost. However, when I saw it as a two for the price of one deal, I jumped on it. I like the sounds and rythms of India, Pakistan and S.W. Asia. Their complexities reflect the lives and cultures of this part of the world. With the addition of the bass lines and flute leads, it gave us just what we needed for several upcoming projects. October 12, 2012
Fun, lively loops Lots of great beats and sounds in this pack. Very well recorded. If you like bhangra, you can't go wrong here. Nice dhol, dholak, tabla, flutes, flows and more. February 24, 2012
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