Delhi-based producer Sahej Bakshi landed on India’s alternative electronica landscape in 2010 with debut EP Dualism and was immediately thrust to its centre. Ten years later, Dualist Inquiry’s tunes are a dance floor staple, and as the scene’s great experimenter, he is no longer bound by form, expectation or identity.
Globally recognised today as a multi-instrumentalist EDM artist par excellence, Bakshi is also an exceptional sound engineer, the co-founder of boxout.fm, a certified filmmaker, an indie rocker since salad days and an (electro)popstar in the making. There has been a lot of looking back – and within – resulting in some of the decade’s extraordinarily produced EPs, full-lengths and singles as Dualist branched out into diverse sonic directions.
Given the ocean of difference between the kick-driven music of his earlier releases, and Dualist’s latest EP Life Forms, an introspective suite that still manages to be club-ready, we revisited his works in the new year. For this edition of Top Ten, AHH picks ten tracks from his discography that deserve the same amount of love as ‘Isoterra’!
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