Kingdom Come

by Gurudutt Perichetla

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“Kingdom Come” is an instrumental album that is a massive celebration of European and Asian Culture, by combining Electronic Music and Alternative Pop with World Music. The Album consists of five tracks which were recorded throughout 2016.

The first track “Winterfell” acts as a Prelude for the album and for the tracks to come. It is a minimal atmospheric sounding track that combines Pads, Piano, Strings and Acoustic Guitar.

“Kingdom Come”, the titular track is the second track of the Album, is inspired by Hard-hitting drums, similar to the style of Devi Sri Prasad’s “You and I” from the movie “Jalsa”. The track begins with Airy Violins, sidechained to act as Pads, and then builds up with Chinese percussion, and a light hearted synth melody. It is the converging of East meets West.

The third track named “Palisades” is a very minimal track with island style percussion. It inspired by “Castle” by Halsey from her debut album, “Badlands”. It features an Acoustic Guitar for the chorus, with a synth breakdown, leading to the fourth track of the album;

“I Need You” is a percussive fusion track that combines Indian Instruments such as Dhol and Tabla with Top 40’s Style Dance Pop Chords, and a very Ethnic Breakdown which uses Sitar and Dholak to combine Indian ragas with Western Pop Music.

“Ether” is the final track in the album. It is a very atmospheric Deep House track that starts with a soft piano melody followed by a simple percussive beat played on Tabla, which builds up into a dance track with tropical and chill vibes. The drop combines Modern EDM Leads and Sitar to conlude the festival.

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released February 14, 2017

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Photo by Daniel Burka

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Gurudutt Perichetla India

Gurudutt Perichetla is a 19 year old who produces a variety of Musical genres, and is open to experimentation when it comes to sound design. He is a 2000's kid, keen on reproducing 1980's and 1990's music combined with Futuristic sounds.

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