Be mystified by powerful mantras, majestic sitar and soaring bamboo flute, spiced with electrifying ethnic and trancey grooves. "Dance of Shakti" is an invocation. Multi-instrumentalist and composer Prem Joshua discovers new musical terrain beyond the frontiers of the East and West. Prem Joshua comments on Dance Of Shakti: "As the title suggests--it's again a more rhythmic, energetic album, and I had maximum fun doing this one. “There are many soulful melodies played on Indian instruments like bamboo flute, sitar, dilruba and santoor, flying over strong ethnic and modern grooves, hip hop, drum 'n' bass and trancey rhythms and sounds--all interwoven with Manish's 'pumping' tablas. But there is one more thing: I got totally into singing! I got into my own very contemporary version of Indian 'tarana' singing and also chose some beautiful mantras. “The main musicians I'm playing with are Manish Vyas, multi-instrumentalist from India; Maneesh de Moor, keyboardist from Amsterdam; and Rishi, drummer, producer and genius from Copenhagen. Of course there are also other musicians who left their juicy statements on the album, like Chintan and Dinesh from Hamsafar and great talents from the Indian and Danish music scene.