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1.Icelandic producer Yagya (Aðalsteinn Guðmundsson) has been creating atmospheres through melody and sounds for more than a decade. A definitive member of the Thule Musik collective, Yagya also is known for his work as half of Sanasol and also the famed Plastic.

Yagya spends his free time creating music on his computer. He concentrates on atmospheres and moods and tries to reflect the beauty of the world around him in the sounds of his music. He seeks influence in the works of Gas, Philip Glass, Basic Channel, Brian Eno and anything that is true to itself and its ideas. Yagya concentrates on the softer side of music and avoids heavy rhythms. He finds harmony and beauty in the simple sounds of nature and wants his music to flow naturally through the listener.

2.Yagya (India) was a heavy metal cover band from 2003-2008
members:
ANUJ KHANDURIE - Vocals/Guitars
E-TUANG - Lead Guitars
ANURAG PANWAR - Bass/Backing Vocals
ANSHUL CHATANYA - Drums

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  • xverdxse

    26 Mar 5:50am Reply
  • scomatsho

    deepchord redesigns cd is ace [2]

    19 Mar 7:19pm Reply
  • Tranceroute

    Rod plays Yagya nicely, but I'm wondering, why he had chosen exactly this album? Not Rigning for example?

    18 Mar 5:53pm Reply
  • mushin_no_shin

    the new deepchord redesigns cd is ace. i guess the only yagya release i'm not really fond of is the inescapable decay of my heart; the rest of his discography is flawless!

    17 Mar 8:32pm Reply
  • TechForze

    Got the Will I Dream During The Process? vinyl, and it's stunning! Thank you very much for your music!

    22 Feb 1:27pm Reply
  • Night_Driver

    https://soundcloud.com/subwax-bcn/sets/yagya-will-i-dream-during-the yagya / deepchord mix collab

    11 Jan 12:30pm Reply
  • InKursion

    revisiting yagya and it's clear some of his early material are absolute classics. beautiful, engrossing music.

    21 Nov 2013 Reply
  • drmagg

    Well, I enjoyed instrumental version much more...

    28 Jul 2013 Reply
  • rainhard09

    everyone complaining about the addition of vocals or the content of the lyrics didn't get Guðmundsson's music in the first place. you've heard the sounds, but not the message. "step down" meinen Arsch.

    5 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Andi242GER

    Will I Dream During The Process? free download found here.

    29 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Vanyamba

    Choose is fantastic track, my brain is out of pain! =)

    13 Apr 2013 Reply
  • InASafePlace

    Takes some time but well worth it. Enjoying it way more now than I did in my first 4-5 listens.

    23 Feb 2013 Reply
  • JohnCadden

    Rythm of Snow and Rigning are in the same league as 4 Gas records. Amazing stuff.

    17 Feb 2013 Reply
  • movax420

    The instrumental version of The Inescapable Decay of My Heart is finally up on bandcamp! yagya.bandcamp.com/album/the-inescapable-decay-of-my-heart-versions

    29 Jan 2013 Reply
  • shephard_advis

    I got the new album. It is so nostalgic.

    23 Dec 2012 Reply
  • Woodawgy

    Find myself listening to 'Reverbs and Delays' quite often. Excellent blend of head bobbin beats, deep bass line & soothing melodic sounds. Right up my alley.

    25 Nov 2012 Reply
  • almerindo_lana

    The new album is quite cool and relaxing, very pleasant to listen to! However it took some time to grow up on me. I don't think it's a step back for Yagya, specially when considering the subjective meanings of the songs. I prefer the other ones, but I'm having a good time with TIDOMH!

    7 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Night_Driver

    Generally, I prefer vocalless albums when it comes to electronic music, but this time I couldn't resist to these charming Nordic voices. Musically the album situates near Rigning, flowing and elastic chords etc... Some people are moaning about the vocals almost like some pensioners about water being to cold - some don't and generally you can’t please everyone. Well there's always a vocalless album to discuss, huh.

    16 Sep 2012 Reply
  • popphenrik

    pdhansson is right! From unique to boring. What a dissapointment.

    15 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Edutainment

    People who dislike this album (like pdhansson) aren't totally oblivious to or unable to appreciate what the vocals add. The issue is the change in Yagya's sound - he's gone from producing hypnotic, immersive, and progressive dub techno (that didn't sound like a carbon copy of deepchord) to producing tepid mush with facile trance vocals on top. Sure, some of the melodies are alright, and I could even see myself listening to Gabriel a few times more, but overall it's a huge step down from Rigning, Will I Dream, etc.

    6 Sep 2012 Reply
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