A few months ago, I received a YouTube message from a quite interesting person. It was a short and brief message in response to one of my music video uploads. To my surprise, it was signed Mashti, which is the alter ego of an ethnic chillout artist, known for his tremendesouly perfected collaborations with Bahramji. I had uploaded several of their songs from the album Sufiyan, mainly as a way to promote their work and show my appreciation to their immensely harmonic and soothing music.
I became aware of Bahramji by coincidence, of my assertively dedication to Digitally Imported in 2005. In fact, the Chillout music channel was broadcasting continuously in my speakers, many days up to 16 hours. Internet radio was in its infancy days, and á la carte streaming services were not publically offered, hence making DI the major internet radio provider that streamed unlimited electronic music. I spent much time listening to Downbeat and Chillout, which included Buddha Bar compilations and mixes. It inspired me to start exploring and learning more about these genres.
In early 2011, I released Sina ft. Bahramji and Mashti – Soul Awareness, and now I am, little more than a year after releasing that track, releasing yet another experimental track, Blue Nile Runaway (2012 Disco Remix). It is available for download on my website and blog, and of course on YouTube (for listening).
Track info: 320 kbps 110 BPM Song key: A m
More music by Bahramji & Mashti
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