Mumbai Science proves once again that there’s no limit to their imagination. Their new track “Jasmine” sees them go completely overboard with instruments and synths rarely used in the current dance climate, resulting in a m esmerising peak-time banger! Inspired by flower power and spiritual journeys they blend the rational and irrational world of dance music into one track.
Taking the fast paced tempos of electro, the stiff and mechanised polyrhythms of techno and the sharp, heavy hitting force of thumping bass (plus a dash of acid for good measure), Mumbai Science have achieved their status as one of electro and techno’s brightest hopes for the future. Mumbai Science blend imagination and musical knowledge to create malleable cuts of floor-busting sounds that appeal to all tastes and niches.
Mumbai Science were officially born in 2010. They’ve more than made their mark across all spheres of dance music with countless EP’s and a full album to their names, gathering support from key players such as Soulwax, The Black Madonna, Laurent Garnier, Boys Noize, Tiga, Erol Alkan and Annie Mac. In 2014 Mumbai Science presented their debut album to the world: “Déjà Vu”. The highly acclaimed album (Mixmag’s ‘Electro Album of The Month’) featured collaborations with some of the finest talents of our generation. DJ Spank-Spank from the legendary acid house formation PHuture delivered a mesmerizing vocal for “King Of The Top Floor”, while cult superstar Peaches did not – and never will – shy away from controversy on “Whistleblower”. Igor Cavalera from Mixhell who now tours with Soulwax provided a deafening drumtrack for “Vegas”, one of the darker tracks of the album.
Later releases, “Black Hole”, which included the first ever Floorplan remix and most recently “Frequency Response”, an intergalactic banger; convinced dance floors around the world that Mumbai Science are here to stay! Mumbai Science have remixed artists including Goose and Digitalism, and toured Europe and the world with gigs including Bestival, XOYO (London) and Razzmatazz (Barcelona).