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Turn Up The Stereo

by Delhi 2 Dublin

Turn Up The Stereo by Delhi 2 Dublin

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Turn Up The Stereo

by Delhi 2 Dublin

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Label: Delhi 2 Dublin Music
Delhi 2 Dublin's third album sounds driven by the idea that life is about the journey. Neither of the group's titular locales is very prevalent in the mix. Instead, they party their way around the world, stressing throbbing beats and a dancefloor-sweat-slicked New Age-ry on multi-culti bangers like "iLove" that are only gently augmented by bhangra rhythms, twisty synth-sitars and the occasional Celtic fiddle. At times, it can feel like looking at endless pictures of someone else's trip, a diluted version of these sound-treks. But contemplative cuts like "Tabla Boy" are a pleasant ride.

About This Album

Delhi 2 Dublin's third album sounds driven by the idea that life is about the journey. Neither of the group's titular locales is very prevalent in the mix. Instead, they party their way around the world, stressing throbbing beats and a dancefloor-sweat-slicked New Age-ry on multi-culti bangers like "iLove" that are only gently augmented by bhangra rhythms, twisty synth-sitars and the occasional Celtic fiddle. At times, it can feel like looking at endless pictures of someone else's trip, a diluted version of these sound-treks. But contemplative cuts like "Tabla Boy" are a pleasant ride.

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About This Album

Delhi 2 Dublin's third album sounds driven by the idea that life is about the journey. Neither of the group's titular locales is very prevalent in the mix. Instead, they party their way around the world, stressing throbbing beats and a dancefloor-sweat-slicked New Age-ry on multi-culti bangers like "iLove" that are only gently augmented by bhangra rhythms, twisty synth-sitars and the occasional Celtic fiddle. At times, it can feel like looking at endless pictures of someone else's trip, a diluted version of these sound-treks. But contemplative cuts like "Tabla Boy" are a pleasant ride.