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My Favorite Music: Arjun Vagale

The New-York based techno producer goes back to the basics with a mix of processed beats, guitar riffs and the sound of silence.

Rolling Stone India
Rolling Stone India Sep 22, 2015
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“Block Rockin’ Beats” Chemical Brothers, 1997
To say this track had a profound influence on me would be an understatement. It’s why I fell in love with electronic music.

Dubnobasswithmyheadman Underworld, 1994
Probably the most important electronic music album for me. This captures everything that I love about the genre, and each track is a masterpiece.

“Empire Waste” BLOT!, TBA
Gaurav just sent this one to me a few months ago, possibly their best track so far. Haunting!

“The Sound of Silence” Simon & Garfunkel , 1966
My folks always had this playing at home so it has a deep connection to my musical education.

“Bloody Cash” Marco Carola, 2008
Released on Plus8, this is one of my go to records if I’m ever in a bind – timeless with a simple hook that works.

“Enjoy The Silence” Depeche Mode, 1990
What else can I say about this that hasn’t been said already.

“Beautiful Rising” Jalebee Cartel, 2006
This is one of the first “songs” I ever wrote, so it will always be special.

Satellite Sam Paganini, 2014
I’ve been a massive fan of Sam’s music from back in the day and this new album is a future classic. I just can’t stop listening to it.

“Plus This” Carlo Lio, 2011
Carlo is one of our generations most forward thinking producers. This is one track that really inspired me.

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Metallica (The Black Album) Metallica, 1991
Every chord, lyric of this album is engraved within my mind – I sing “Enter Sandman” in the shower even now, and “Wherever I May Roam” is the song of my life.

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