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Karsh Kale

Karsh Kale
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United States
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Karsh Kale (pronounced Kursh Kah-lay) is of Indian decent, but grew up in the United States. His first work was with Tabla Beat Science on Tala Matrix in 2000, and his first solo album came out a year later. He is best known for his work blending tabla and other Indian percussion with electronc beats.
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http://karshkale.com
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Releases on file (14)
Bill Laswell / Bernie Worrell / Karsh Kale — Funkcronomic Bill Laswell / Bernie Worrell / Karsh Kale — Funkcronomic
(M.O.D. Technologies MODDS00028, 2016, DL)
Karsh Kale — Up Karsh Kale — Up
(Six Degrees 657036-123229, 2016, CD)
Karsh Kale — Cinema Karsh Kale — Cinema
(Six Degrees 657036117624, 2011, CD)
Anoushka Shankar / Karsh Kale — Breathing under Water Anoushka Shankar / Karsh Kale — Breathing under Water
(Manhattan 0946 3 95392 2 2, 2007, CD)
Karsh Kale — Broken English Karsh Kale — Broken English
(Six Degrees 657036 1124-2, 2006, CD)
Karsh Kale — Liberation Karsh Kale — Liberation
(Six Degrees 657036 1090-2, 2003, CD)
Lili Haydn — Light Blue Sun Lili Haydn — Light Blue Sun
(Private Music 82876 50931 2, 2003, CD)
Tabla Beat Science — Talamanam Sound Clash Tabla Beat Science — Talamanam Sound Clash
(Palm Pictures PALMDVD 3065-2, 2003, 2DVD)
Tabla Beat Science — Live in San Francisco at Stern Grove Tabla Beat Science — Live in San Francisco at Stern Grove
(Palm Pictures PALMCD 2084-2, 2002, 2CD)
Karsh Kale — Redesign Karsh Kale — Redesign
(Six Degrees 657036 1074-2, 2002, CD)
Singh, Talvin — Ha Singh, Talvin — Ha
(Universal Island 3145484962, 2001, CD)
Bill Laswell — Points of Order Bill Laswell — Points of Order
(Innerhythmic INR011, 2001, CD)
Karsh Kale — Realize Karsh Kale — Realize
(Six Degrees 657036 1051-2, 2001, CD)
DJ Spooky — Riddim Warfare DJ Spooky — Riddim Warfare
(Outpost OPRD-30031, 1998, CD)

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