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Bollywood Nights (2013 Remix)

by All India Radio

New remix of this instrumental downtempo favourite from 1999. Pink Floyd meets DJ Shadow and Twin Peaks "Narcotic musical textures" -
Genre: Electronic: Chill out
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Album Notes
New remix of Bollywood Nights originally released in 1999 on All India Radio's debut album 'The Inevitable'. Spun by the late great John Peel, the album also charted in the Belgium, Dutch and Polish Indie charts. The Inevitable was followed by 002 and their ARIA nominated self titled third album, the music from which featured in the US TV series One Tree Hill and many ABC TV & Foxtel TV programs.

Reviews of the original album:

"All India Radio triumph with The Inevitable. It is old school ambient music...reminds us of the KLF's brilliant ambient effort "Chill Out", The Inevitable is a truly imaginative piece of work. Well worth the trip" - Beat Magazine

"Soulfully composed" - Rolling Stone

"Some albums come out of nowhere and escape all attempt at classification. Somewhere between languid opium moods and desolate landscapes, high art and Paris Texas."
- Open Mag, France

" It's the kind of music that comes to you in dreams and to hear it actualised is really quite spooky "
- Inpress Magazine

"All India Radio is an Australian duo. They have just produced a very beautiful album of ambient music, an album which could have been imagined by the German pioneers of ambient music. It sounds like the album Tangerine Dream failed to produce right from the start by playing sub-Pink Floyd style, before they later found their right voice. These two Australians, obviously influenced by Asia and the Indian ocean more than we are in Europe, have avoided all the typical traps of so called "immobile music". They do not just produce a showcase of beautiful sounds. Here one is submerged by the notes coming out of the drum machine. Noises pour out in a delirious dreamlike form, the way it feels when one is slightly feverish and everything sounds rushed and mangled".
- Blah Blah News, France

John Peel BBC playlist favourite 1999.



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