Riatsu

Riatsu
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Riatsu is (the recording name of ) Shadaab Kadri, an ambient electronic musician from Bombay, India. As a branched progression from contributing to synth portions in his drone metal band Pangea, Riatsu is the space for the exploration of soundtrack music and field recording curiosities. Background scores for your visual imagination, in a sea of sound that stretches from ambient techno to dark ambient.

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Watch: Short Film On Riatsu x Nush Lewis Present ‘Asrar’ At Magnetic Fields Festival 2019

For its 2019 edition, Magnetic Fields Festival brought together Mumbai-based ambient and alternative electronica producer Shadaab Qadri aka Riatsu and singer-songwriter, educator and harpist Nush...

Monophonik, Noni-mouse, YNZN.P & More To Perform For The 3rd Chapter Of ‘Wild City: Together’

Within weeks of live gigs being snatched away from us by the coronavirus crisis and its associated lockdowns, we launched ‘Wild City: Together’ to bring together the music community of India and...

Listen: ‘Tabi’ By Riatsu

Shadaab Kadri aka Riatsu has just released the track ‘Tabi’ via Noosphere Network, providing a 25-minute long sonic bed for relaxation to allay the anxieties during the prevalent uncertain times....

Inbetween Gathering Gears Up For Second Edition In Goa

Alternative sonic arts festival Inbetween Gathering is back for its second edition, which takes place at Goa's Anahata Retreat on March 7 and 8. Described as an “attempt to create a fresh space for...

Goldie, Luke Vibert, Overmono & More Announced For Cymbal 2020

Late last month, Mumbai-based promoter Oscillate announced their new festival Cymbal, which will take place at Gwalior’s Jai Vilas Palace on March 20 and 21. The lineup for the 2-day festival is...

Magnetic Fields Announces Second Wave Of Names For 2019

Magnetic Fields Festival, which takes place from December 13-15 this year at the surreal Alsisar Mahal in Rajasthan, had earlier announced a bevy of respected and exciting names like Maribou State,...

Control ALT Delete Reveals Massive 2019 Lineup

Crowdfunded festival Control ALT Delete has announced the massive lineup for its 11th edition, which will be held on March 9-10 at Roaring Farms, Malad, in Mumbai. Comprising of over 45 acts across 5...

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