Updated: Jun 11
India, officially the Republic of India, is a country in South Asia. It is the second-most populous country, the seventh-largest country by land area, and the most populous democracy in the world.
Bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the southwest, and the Bay of Bengal on the southeast, it shares land borders with Pakistan to the west; China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north; and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east.
In the Indian Ocean, India is in the vicinity of Sri Lanka and the Maldives; its Andaman and Nicobar Islands share a maritime border with Thailand, Myanmar and Indonesia.
A post on quora reads:
India is one of those countries we all secretly want to visit. With its delectable food, exotic scenery and cheap cost of living, most travelers want the opportunity to explore this South Asian country. Many do. However, everyone has their own opinions about India. Some people who have visited didn’t like it as much as they thought, while for others India exceeded their expectations. At the end of the day, everybody has an opinion. What might be a big deal for one person, might be minor for another. That is why it’s good to form your own opinion about a country.
Still, it’s interesting to hear what travelers think about a new country they visit for the first time. It’s especially interesting when someone enters a whole new culture. It’s not really the same when one goes from one state to another in the U.S. Sure, things are different but not a whole lot different.
But what about EDM in India? Here's what a post on Quora read on the future of Indian EDM!
If you ask about true EDM, the answer is No. The reason is that there are very few people in India who actually understand what EDM is. There are very limited people in india who actually hear quality music. (Though the number is increasing slowly).Strobe by Deadmau5 is what helps define what true EDM is.
In India most of people think edm means some crap which has deep bass and fast tempo. If you want a demo turn MTV india on and listen. I haven't even come up to find a song which is worthy of being listened for three minutes.
For Nucleya,I have listened to his songs and i found them catchy, but it is not up to the top mark. He is a bit overrated. But I do respect him because of his efforts at least to promote edm in india.
In India, future of EDM is like Bollywood movies… WTF??.. Yes it is true. Most of people want sense less movies in which actor punches the villain and makes him fly, or a stupid but highly predictable love story, which is ripped off again and again. No one cares about quality movies that are made it in India. I mean while they are highly appreciated by critics, they don't make enough money. So those people have no choice but to make movies what these people like.Most of people in india will find films like Slumdog Millionaire, Life of Pie Boring, while they will keep whistling for movies like Dabangg, Mai tera hero, Numerous south indian movies etc.Same goes for Quality music, there are very few producers who make quality music(watch mtv unplugged) and that music is not widely appreciated. Instead people go for Yo Yo Honey singh, who has done more bad than good. I think you get my point.
There are mixed reviews. But there are some Artists who constantly support themselves by releasing some good EDM tracks. I think they do it out of love for music production!
Lets look at 5 of the best artists from India!
Udyan Sagar, better known by his stage name Nucleya, is an Indian electronic music producer. n 1998 he co-founded Bandish Projekt with Mayur Narvekar and Mehirr Nath Choppra. In 2007, Udyan left Bandish Projekt after working with Mayur for about 12 years, and built himself as Nucleya.
Before i always became annoyed with spotify ads.....bt after listening nucleya's promo ....i am thankful to spotify 💓💓.This is also my first time to listen a south Indian song.
Nucleya takes time, but when he comes, he drops like Nucleya
Lost Stories is an Indian DJ/producer duo composed of Prayag Mehta and Rishab Joshi.They are best known for their ability to uniquely blend Indian folk sounds with electronic music.
Omg why can’t Bollywood produce songs like these?
Such a beautiful story and even more beautiful track! 😍
Zaeden was born in Gurgaon, India to Latika and Ashish Sharma. He also has a sister named Sanjana Sharma. Growing up, he attended The Heritage School, where he played the tabla and piano throughout school. At the age of 14, he began performing as a DJ. He briefly studied mass communication at Amity University, Noida before relocating to Mumbai to study sound engineering.
Somehow found this one late... great tune, gives me early 00s eurodance vibes! =)
Everyone watching to see if we can fly.
Felling Lost Frequencies Vibes.