Tushar Lall’s The Indian Jam Project is awesome. I have posted about them multiple times in the past. They are a group of musicians who take well known International hits and recreate it in Indian classical style.
They don’t post content too fast. They take their time for each video. But it is worth the wait and an ecstasy to the ear. Sometimes, I come to know about the original song only after hearing their tribute. My simple logic is that I love this group’s works and if they are inspired to do a cover for any song that song should also be awesome.
They just released a tribute to Imagine Dragon’s Believer song. I have not heard this song before. I came to know only through their tribute video. Here is The Indian Jam Project’s latest work.
I observed that Tushar Lall has not released this song in their usual youtube channel. They have released it under Corning Gorilla Glass’ channel. I guess they have tied-up with them for a contest for Imagine Dragons’ event in Las Vegas. One of the major complaint of the fans of TIJP is that they are terribly underrated. They deserve more views and followers. I hope this tie-up gives them the platform and the reach that they deserve.
My favourites from their tributes: Interstellar, Dark Knight, Inception – Time, Harry Potter, Requiem for a Dream (using SIRI), Justice League, Star Wars, Game of Thrones
If you have followed my blog for a while, you would know that I am a fan of the group called The Indian Jam Project. This group of talented musicians excels in re-arranging famous international soundtracks into an Indian classical version. They recently released the tribute to James Bond Theme music. I love James Bond movies. In fact, I, my wife and my daughter bond well over Bond movies. So I was super excited to listen to this version of the theme. After all, James Bond’s Indian connection have resurfaced long after Octopussy.
It felt a bit strange when I heard it the first time. I was not sure if I liked it or not. But the more I listened, it grew on me. Has it something to do with Tushar Lall meeting the legend, A R Rahman? (For the uninitiated, it is believed that A R Rahman’s songs do not strike a chord immediately but one will start loving it when he/she listens a few more times). It sounds brilliant. Ending it with Skyfall, was the icing on the cake. I like the grayscale theme as well. Below is the video. If you do not like it the first time, I insist that you give it at least a couple of more tries.
Below are my posts about my favourites of The Indian Jam Project’s works
- Interstellar Tribute
- Inception Tribute
- Star Wars Tribute
- Game of Thrones
Check out their other works in their YouTube Channel. Enjoy the music!
The smart devices have won the war over tellies and snatched the privilege of enslaving the humans. One of the key aspects through which this was possible was the damn notifications. Notifications were meant to notify but it has rather become a call of duty (No, not the game). There are good, bad and ugly notifications depending on how they make you feel immediately after glancing at them. For example, a notification from work or one about the candy crush invite from a Facebook friend belong to the category that begins with a vowel. There are also good notifactions. One such notification that I always look forward to is about the new YouTube upload of The Indian Jam Project.
This time it’s the tribute to Inception theme -Time. These guys never disappoint. This theme is pleasantly intense. The video has come up nicely as well. The footage from the movie has been used cleverly. Don’t miss what they have done with the building behind the sarangi player. Subtle, so subtle. The regular flautist is not in this video but the new guy is good as well. I think this is my second favourite of their works after Interstellar. Enjoy the music in the link below. I can’t wait for their Lord of the Rings theme.
You would have already known by now that I am a fan of he group The Indian Jam Project. I have already posted about their version of Interstellar and The Game of Thrones themes. They recently released their tribute to Star Wars soundtracks. At first I was not able to appreciate it because I haven’t heard much of the original sound tracks. But after listening to it for few times, it grew on me. It actually is very good and the transitions from one theme to another is lovely. My favourites are Imperial march, Cantena band and Duel of fates.
Tip: Hear using good quality headphones and with eyes closed. Cheers!