Classical meets alt-indie. Indian musician, Alluri, is pushing the boundaries of modern music as he merges two worlds.
We asked him to put a playlist together for us. With a name like Alluri, how can you not be enticed?
Francobollo – Wonderful
A dream you want to sink into.
The Beatles – Free As A Bird
Deceptively simple. It is as if you are flying.
JJRM – Aldecide
A song worthy of starting a cult.
Iggy Pop – Sunday
A cure for POST POP DEPRESSION.
Radiohead – Identikit
A cure for people who cant dance.
The Cure – Catch
A warm hug of a song.
Cate Le Bon – Duke
Pure joy. Like the sun in shining through the clouds.
Wolf Alice – Moaning Lisa Smile
Leonardo Da Vinci meets head banging.
Anoushka Shankar – Crossing the Rubicon
A divine intervention.
Nick Cave – Jesus Alone
Thank God for Nick Cave. Makes you travel to the darkest aspects of the human condition.
Neil Young – Don’t Let it Bring You Down
Gets you right in the gut. Unexpected for a song with such clean production.
David Bowie – Alternative Candidate
Bowie at his cheeky best.
William Onyeabor – Atomic Bomb
The most honest dance music.
Jay Munly – Spill The Wine
A song that you can dance to at any time of day.
Roxy Music – Mother of Pearl
The best outro ever. Bryan Ferry at his lyrical best.
Sounds like: Arcade Fire, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, The Smiths, Tears For Fears, Bon Iver