Sharaab | Evolution

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Evolution

by Sharaab

Evolution seamlessly incorporates vintage synthesizers and electronics, dark-edged industrial beats, lush ambient chords, and Eastern instrumentation to create a signature sound called "ethnoclash."
Genre: Electronic: Electro
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1. Intro
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2. Awakening
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3. Shankara
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4. Sweeper
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5. Incomplete
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6. Zindagi
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7. High Life
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8. Pressure
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9. Nosering
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10. Breathe
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11. Poison
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Heralded as one of the pioneers of the Asian Massive movement, Sharaab, an Atlanta-based producer, composer and DJ, has been pushing the boundaries of electronic music for well over a decade. Sharaab seamlessly integrates vintage synthesizers and electronics, dark-edged industrial beats, lush ambient chords, and Eastern instrumentation to create a signature sound. He calls this innovative style “ethnoclash” because of the collision of world music with old-school electronic sounds and production techniques.


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