Blender, Indias most exciting new music magazine, announces the release of its first compilation CD, to be given away free with the July 2008 edition of the magazine.
Titled Summer Chillout, the compilation CD, made in association with Foster and DadA Music, contains nine tunes from the biggest names in the music business and also features an extra hidden track! The CD is a fusion of the coolest dance and electronic music around at the moment. It also contains some more contemporary Indian sounds and guitar based tracks. It really is your ultimate soundtrack to an Indian Summer! Proclaims Editor in Chief, Sam Lal.
He goes on to say: The only clue we would like to give out right now is that this hidden track is by an Indian band that has been attracting a lot of international attention and have been invited to play at some top venues abroad. It would be a very pleasant surprise for readers to discover this song and also identify the musicians who have composed it.
The July issue of Blender is a SUMMER SPECIAL and is built around some great features which soundtrack the season perfectly.
-- RIHANNA EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - Pop's most prodigious talent and Grammy and American Music Award winner heads up our summer spectacular with an exclusive tell-all interview.
-- 101 SUMMER DOWNLOADS The greatest songs of the summer; a guide to the best tracks EVER when it comes to surf, sun, sand and er, sex.
-- CHOON IN, CHILL OUT The best getaways in India RIGHT NOW and the music youll find there.
-- A Z OF ROCK DEATHS Music celebrities live life king size. Their deaths are spectacular too. Blenders amazing list feature reveals how our musical heroes met their maker.
-- SRK vs. AB International tours by the biggest names in Bollywood have become big business and highly competitive. Blender reveals the coming and goings of Tinseltowns brightest stars.
-- NEWS, VIEWS, REVIEWS 30 pages of the most comprehensive roundup of music that matters in the month.
About Media Transasia:
Media Transasia is one of Asias most diversified and largest publishing groups. Based in Bangkok, the company publishes more than 25 magazines for various Asian markets in 8 languages: English, Thai, Chinese, Hindu, Urdu, French, German, and Japanese. The magazines include travel and inflight, credit and charge-card, fashion and lifestyle categories, among others. Its leading titles in India include Swagat, Discover