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Bollywood music global, says Karsh Kale

12 May 2013 2:22 AM, PDT | RealBollywood.com | See recent RealBollywood news »

Mumbai, May 12: International composer-singer Karsh Kale feels Bollywood has become global as musicians here use the same tunes and sounds as other pop music of the world.

Apart from playing for Coke Studio, Kale has albums like "Realize", "Broken English" and "Cinema" to his credit.

"I think Bollywood has gone international. It is like pop music. The music is all the same everywhere except for the language. I think it has gone global on that level," he told Ians.

An expert in creating fusion music, he said that "every kind of music is fusion music".

"It evolves from something else. Every thing, which people. »

- Meeta Kabra

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Siddharth Basrur wants to work with Amit Trivedi

26 February 2013 11:25 PM, PST | RealBollywood.com | See recent RealBollywood news »

Mumbai, Feb 27: After struggling a lot and finding a foothold in filmdom, singer-composer Siddharth Basrur, who composed songs for films like "Haunted 3D" and "David", is keen to jam with Amit Trivedi.

"I am a huge fan of Amit Trivedi and Vishal-Shekhar. I hope something works out with Amit Trivedi. I really want to work with him," he told Ians.

Talking about Vishal he said: "I have met Vishal too, he is an awesome person. I have shared the stage with him and I want to work with him again. I admire Karsh Kale too."

Basrur has been a part of the music industry for many years now. He lent his voice to films as well. »

- Lohit Reddy

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Raghu Dixit, Karsh Kale set Coorg music fest on fire

1 February 2013 9:27 AM, PST | RealBollywood.com | See recent RealBollywood news »

Coorg (Karnataka), Feb 1: Serving Indian ethnic and folk music in their innovative, modern styles, two well-known Indian bands - The Raghu Dixit Project and Karsh Kale Collective, jazzed up the mood of an already keyed-up audience at the Storm Music Festival's first day Friday.

The two-day fest is taking place in the misty but picturesque landscape of Napoklu.

The band of Raghu Dixit chose to present their unique Indian folk music to different level by contemporarising it in modern way. The unique combination of traditional Indian sounds mixed with western influences was one of the high points of the day, not to forget Dixit's humorous. »

- Smith Cox

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It's east meets west at Storm music fest

1 February 2013 1:19 AM, PST | RealBollywood.com | See recent RealBollywood news »

Coorg (Karnataka), Feb 1: From Indian names like Indian Ocean, Karsh Kale, Raghu Dixit, Advaita to international Electronic Dance Music (Edm) artists like Dash Berlin, Michael Woods and Bobina - the second edition of Storm Music Festival, starting Friday, promises much more for enthusiasts.

As many as 40 Indian artists and five international artists are set to perform on four stages at the two-day event.

Also, singer-composer Shankar Mahadevan and popular fusion band Indian Ocean, two powerhouses of the Indian music industry, are set to collaborate for the first time for the grand finale of the fest.

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- Anita Agarwal

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