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Delhi 2 Dublin, Turn Up The Stereo
(Canada Factor Records)

05/09/13
By Eric Saeger news@hippopress.com



5/9/2013 - The techno trip of these two Indian dudes is now building a serious head of steam with the addition of violinist Sara Fitzpatrick, whose carefree fiddling adds a true layer of “Dublin” to the mix. When she isn’t doing her thing, it’s mostly a Bollywood vibe, joyfully uninhibited boyband choruses doused with tabla drums and stun-guitar and such, but Fitzpatrick throws the knuckler on “She Moved,” evoking the lonely widow on the moors, pining for her Braveheart. “Strength of a Lion” is probably the most prototypical example of what they’re trying to accomplish, a combination of pious lyrics, Bollywood rhythm, Celtic Thunder fiddle-soloing and tons of heart. “Code Red” exhumes the four-chord corpse of Cream’s “Tales of Brave Ulysses” and gets it to do a skeleton-shuffle; “Revolution” experiments with a few Pentagram-like dubstep ideas. A






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