Tabla Beat Science ‎– Tala Matrix

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Secret Channel 7:34
Magnetic 7:43
Audiomaze 7:49
Don't Worry.com 6:13
Palmistry 4:39
Devotional 8:11
Big Brother 4:56
Triangular Objects 7:57
Biotech 6:42
Alla 11:52

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PALMCD 2046-2 Tabla Beat Science Tala Matrix(CD, Album) Palm Pictures, Axiom PALMCD 2046-2 US 2000 Sell This Version
382-2, T004 Tabla Beat Science Tala Matrix(CD, Album) Axiom, Palm Pictures, Trama 382-2, T004 Brazil 2000 Sell This Version
PALMCD 2046-2 Tabla Beat Science Tala Matrix(CD, Album) Palm Pictures PALMCD 2046-2 US 2000 Sell This Version
STRESS - 0001093 Tabla Beat Science Tala Matrix(CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial) Stress Records (2) STRESS - 0001093 Russia 2000 Sell This Version
PRCD V2046A Tabla Beat Science Tala Matrix(CD, Album, Promo) Palm Pictures PRCD V2046A US 2000 Sell This Version
STRESS - 0001093 Tabla Beat Science Tala Matrix(CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial) Stress Records (2) STRESS - 0001093 Russia 2001 Sell This Version
7243 590612 2 1 Tabla Beat Science Tala Matrix(CD, Album) Virgin, Palm Pictures, Axiom 7243 590612 2 1 India 2007 Sell This Version

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player

May 27, 2016
edited 11 months ago
referencing Tala Matrix, CD, Album, PALMCD 2046-2

Every track sounds far to familiar! The tabla, even though I love the sound of a tabla, is constantly playing fast and rapid in sort of drum n bass manner that you wish for a pace and tempo change. This is the same for the breakbeats and dub formula which on every track, except for maybe three tracks, you start to feel as if your listening to a slightly altered track with a very familiar pattern formula and direction from the track before it! There are some interesting electronics going on, but unfortunately the tabla, bass, breakbeat keep coming and burying the some good ideas that would have been a pleasure to listen too rather then overly forceful and dependent use of tabla and breaks. 6/10
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murari

April 25, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Tala Matrix, CD, Album, PALMCD 2046-2

This is definitely a classic, a real ground breaker. One look at the lineup consisting of precussion legends and todays top sonic manipulators, you know this is guaranteed to be an interesting listen.

First off I must say those who thought this had something to do with Indian Classical music will be dissapointed. TBS is an ensemble of top artists who joined to push the boundries to electronic music today. And what an amazing job they do! Straight up, powerful, precussion with tribal beats and Laswell's amazing bass and production. Not to leave out the others, Karsh Kale does some fantastic programming on Palmistry, Talvin singh is trippy on the manipulations. All in all I recommend this to all open-minded listeners who like a bit of tribal, dub, and massive Laswell basslines.

9/10