Deep In India Volume 8 is a new compilation by Todh Teri, the unidentified being who’s known for his groovy disco edits from the Indian subcontinent. This particular record features two of his fellow beatmakers, Kone Kone and United Machines as they add their personal touch to selected tunes from the yesteryears. Sampadan 26 brings out fresh percussive beats, reminiscent of Indian cinema from the 80s with the Todh Teri’s iconic acid twist. In the “following” track Sampadan 27, Kone Kone drives us a decade ahead into the 90s with a unique cusp of mystery blended with a funky sound. Next up, Todh Teri flows into a classic tune, in Sampadan 28, with elements of jazz that fuse well with the disco spirit of this record, as he pays a tribute to one of the greatest Indian music composers. The final track on this album is a collaborative effort with United Machines from India, who makes use of some crazy synths in Sampadan 29 that gives a fresh symbiotic effect to an old school favorite. This eight edition of the Deep In India series presents a new perspective as it extends from conventional bollybeats and moves towards underground disco and house beats with each track.