Streamer – Walking with Camels Remixed [Free for 24 Hours Only]


We return with Streamer and a Remix EP focusing on his “Walking with Camels” EP which we released last Christmas. We loved that EP so much that we just needed a follow up and what better way than to get a bunch of our favourite producers to put a twist on the EP.

The original Walking with Camels sounds like a precious, classic and unmissable (they don’t make it like they used to) 70s recording featuring some tracks in the tricky measures of 6/8 and 5/8.

In parts, the EP sounded like the lost Middle Eastern Jazz recordings of Idris Mohammed, Byrd and M Jarre jamming together on a modern electronic Psychedelic Orchestral Dub tip… a sonic, cinematic Desert Wave soundtrack for an imaginary movie yet to be made –

For the Remixes EP, this world was turned upside down and inside out, deconstructed and reconstructed for the club environment. Most of the remixers opted for Last Sacrifice as the track to remix. It is a track that gets under your skin and refuses to leave and there never seems to be enough of it, always leaving you yearning for more

The 12 tracks on the Ep/Album feature an array of genre styles from current hot fave Gqom (Gome) through to 80’s Synthwave, Grime, Tribal, Vogue/Ballroom, Techno, Wobble, Neuro Funk, DnB, Acid, Jungle and Skweee.

1. Streamer – Walking With Camels (Ballroom Version)

Streamer turns the EP Title track into a Vogue/Ballroom Bass blitz in the desert. Arab Ha! never sounded quite like this before demonstrating that Streamer is a true Master At Work!

2. Streamer – Last Sacrifice (Bandish Projekt Feat. Aishwarya Joshi)

Bandish Projekt created a spine-tingling remix of The Last Sacrifice featuring Hindi vocals on a 5/8 Dubstep excursion.

3. Streamer – Searching For Ketama (Gqom Burn Riddim)

For his first remix of Searching for Ketama (there are 3 in all), Streamer looked to South African Gqom (Gome) for this remix. Commercial and accessible and already supported by BBC Radio 1 and Toddla T amongst others.

4. Streamer – The Last Sacrifice (Insane Fennel Apocalypse Remix)

Insane Fennel added to the ritual and gave The Last Sacrifice an Apocalyptic Wall of Bass Re-rub. first premiered on the Mad Decent Blog.

5. Streamer – Midnight Express (Neuro Version)

Streamer, who it seems can turn his hand to almost any genre style and pull it off with aplomb, gave Midnight Express a Neuro-Funk, DnB, Jungle make-over turning it into something completely MAD!

6. Streamer -The Last Sacrifice (Sarantis Remix)

Sarantis turns The Last Sacrifice into a Grime epic.

7. Streamer – The Last Sacrifice

Sanmon transformed the sacrificial ritual into a Techno behemoth.

8. Streamer – Searching For Ketama (Golden Version)

Streamer’s 2nd remix of Searching for Ketama finds him giving it a Ketama Gold sheen with a harder hitting vibe, taking it way down to 80 BPM.

9. Streamer – The Last Sacrifice (Zhe Pechorin Remix)

Zhe Pechorin gives The Last Sacrifice a new deep-tribal, slow-grind make-over.

10. Streamer- Bedouin (Center Of The Universe Remix)

Our friend Centre of the Universe was bold enough to tackle Bedouin producing an other-worldly remix that sounds like we could have landed on the moon, way before Neil Armstrong did!

11. Streamer – Searching For Ketama (DesertWave Version)

For streamer’s 3rd and final version of Ketama, he covered an idea I had in my mind for a Bladerunner version in the form of a DesertWave remix harking back to 80’s Synthwave sensibilities.

12. Streamer- Midnight Express (Drvg Cvltvre’s Acid Kool Aid Mix)

We close this Ep/Album with Drvg Cvltvre tapping into early Pink Floyd for inspiration combined with his affinity for Acid and he teases us with a slow bulding mellow monster.

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A gorgeous new sparse, moody & melancholic number from one of our faves, The Bandish Projekt featuring Words & Poetry by Last Mango In Paris, Vocals by Aishwarya Joshi and Bols by Durva Narvekar.

Bandish Projekt say that the track is reminiscent of an earlier track by Last Mango in Paris in 1997, “Accepting Tranquility” which was released on Talvin Singh’s famed Asian Underground Anokha compilation.

You might be wondering what “Bols” are, well we can tell you that “Bols” are vocal riddims based on tabla riddims. Before tabla players learn to play they vocalise the riddim first.

This is gorgeous and I love the subtle hint of Arabia on the track via the beautiful string arrangements.

Classy stuff, I could listen to Aishwarya’s voice all day & night, simply breath-taking:

You can watch a video too HERE.



Our favourite Indian Electronic purveyors and regular artists who feature on the Generation Bass label, Bandish Projekt recently dropped a shed load of awesome tunage on the brilliant Common Tongues EP with a host of collaborators and including a cheeky Ludacris remix. There’s a free Bollywood remix too of some classic movie soundtrack too!

Most of this stuff is head and shoulders above a majority of Indian and indeed western Electronica. Peeps still sleeping on this sleeping giant of an act.

Bandish Projekt have also recently turned in an incredible remix of a Streamer track for his upcoming “Walking with Camels” Remix EP which we’ll be dropping soonish… :

Here’s some more info on the individual tracks and their collaborators:


In the story of the Bhagavad-Gita, the Prince Arjuna is tormented as he drives into battle in his rickshaw, because he might have to kill his brothers. He consults his cross-dressing rickshaw driver, who happens to be the superhero god Krishna in disguise. Krishna busts some lyrics to Arjuna. This track conjures images of early morning ragas by the side of the Ganges.

Produced by – Bandish projekt (Mayur Narvekar)
Words & Poetry – Last Mango In Paris
Vocals Aishwarya Joshi
Flute – Shreyas Dave


To boldly go where no woman has gone before… A bass heavy, beat which sounds a bit like Indian Sitar Trek. Kali Yatra features MC Mawali, a star in the making. A stalwart of India’s growing hip hop scene, his killer flow is matched by intelligent, political and conscious lyrics, delivered here in Hindi. Malawi raps in many languages.


American rappers rap about “hos”; Indian rappers rap about feminism, vegetarianism and non violence to every living soul. Cows is a cheeky satirical remix of Ludacris’s misogynist banger, Area Codes. Features the sick skills of Mc Tod Fod, rapping in Gujarati – Gandhi’s mother tongue.


This Free Download From the 1973 movie Bobby starring Dimple Kapadia, Rishi Kapoor. This new track Shaair from Common Tongue is a Bandish Projekt interoperation on the old school Bollywood sounds .

Get the full Ep

Original Credits
Movie: Bobby
Music Director: Laxmikant Pyarelal
Singer: Shailendra Singh



Our fave Indian Electronic Act drop a great new mystical spoken word number with London Poet Last Mango in Paris that makes you feel like you’re sitting right next to the Ganges listening to an ancient philosopher.

Here’s what it is about:

In the story of the Bhagavad-Gita, the Prince Arjuna is tormented as he drives into battle in his rickshaw, because he might have to kill his brothers. He consults his cross-dressing rickshaw driver, who happens to be the superhero god Krishna in disguise. Krishna busts some lyrics to Arjuna. This track conjures images of early morning ragas by the side of the Ganges.

Produced by – Bandish projekt (Mayur Narvekar)
Words & Poetry – Last Mango In Paris
Vocals Aishwarya Joshi
Flute – Shreyas Dave



If you wanna know what’s going down in India from a Bass perspective then you can’t go wrong by following Nucleya’s movements.

Nucleya was an integral part of Generation Bass Artists’ “Bandish Projekt” in the very early days but then the boys went their own ways and here is where Nucleya is now with his projects. He has tended to focus on the more commercialized & Americanized vision of Bass music, more EDM than Europe’s Electronic Underground which is where the Bandish Projekt are currently at. However, both retain their Indian roots in large measures.

This EP features a number of collaborators, most notable for GB readers will be Denmark’s Julius Sylvest on “Mumbai Dance” which takes a bit to get going but once it does, it’s like an express train! kinda reminiscent of that classic Duke Dumont “Hoy” track which still kicks some major, major ass!

The stand-out for me though is the opener “Laung Gawacha” feat. Avneet Khurmi, this one gets my vote.

If you like your beats “stadium” phat, with huge drops and with a Spicy Indian flavouring, then this is for you:

Bandish Projekt Feat MC Mawali – Gondhal [INDIAN DRUMSTEP]

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Pioneering Indian Electronic outfit and one of our favourite bands, Bandish Projekt are back with a new innovative Indian Drumstep number celebrating 10 days of the Elephant headed God Lord Ganesh.

They have recruited MC Mawali and the track is in Marathi & Hindi.

The track is free:

Bandish Projekt Feat MCMAWALI
Track Name: Gondhal
Vocal – Aklesh Sutar, Mayur Narvekar,
Bugal Baccha – Viveick Rajagopalan
Shehnai – Dharmesh Chauhan
Mastered Shem Mastering
Release date 17th September 2015
Art work – Mc Mutton Designs
Genre – Drumstep
Language: Marathi & Hindi
Recorded at – Half Step Audio -Mumbai
High Res Studio – Ahmedabad
For License – [email protected]

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Bandish Projekt Feat MC Mawali – GondhalGONDHALBANDISH PROJEKT Featuring MC MAWALIFree Download – 10 days of the Elephant headed God Lord Ganesh. Filmed in Mumbai Maharashtra, on the final day of of procession September 2014 Projekt Feat MC MAWALITrack Name: GondhalVocal – Aklesh Sutar, Mayur Narvekar,Bugal Baccha – Viveick RajagopalanShehnai – Dharmesh Chauhan Mastered Shem Mastering Release date 17th September 2015 Genre – DrumstepLanguage: Marathi & HindiRecorded at – Half Step Audio -MumbaiHiRez Sound Designers – Ahmedabad For License – [email protected] WORK – McMutton Designs Bandish Projekt – Facebook – – Mawali Facbook –

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There’s also a great video of them in the studio interspersed with footage filmed in Mumbai Maharashtra, on the final day of Lalbaugcha Raja Ganpati ceremony.



Our boy Mayur from Bandish Projekt has developed quite a speciality at turning in brilliant Dubstep, DnB and Bass remixes of songs from Bollywood movies. Here’s his latest from the movie “Holiday”. It’s a snarling Bollywood Bass Remix with emotions intact:



The new Mosillator video launched and premiered today on Pepsi MTV Indies. It will be on high rotation and will be aired 10 times daily from today to the 31st of March 2015!

The new track is taken from the recently released EP on Generation Bass “Mental Conflict”.

Check the video here on the Pepsi MTV Indies site.

Grab the release here:



India’s Bandish Projekt, our fave Electronic act from that side of the world always come up with something different and that’s why we love them.

I mean take for instance this new track fusing Trap with NeuroHop and Bass!

Buy it at Bandcamp: