Uday Shankar's (Ravi's brother) dance company recorded in 1937, featuring the young Ravi.
Texan Psychedlia meets classical tradition on this amazing tribute to Raga-ist peter Walker.
An incredibly measured, meditative study on a modified 21-string banjo.
Khan (who released this in 1955), paved the way for the wider audience enjoyed by Shankar in later years.
A spiritual Raga modified for a science fiction flecked journey into the unknown...
Pelt's Jack Rose with an immersive 10 minute meditation.
The familiar raga template, here executed with bell-like clarity and precision...
Taking influence from Americana as much as the Raga, a wonderful piece of aural alchemy from Thuja.
Slide guitar re-invention from one of the most interesting players of recent years.
A psych-folk masterpiece from Ben Chasny's Six Organs...
Ben Kunin studied sarod at the Ali Akbar Khan College, here displaying his spacious, meditative style.
A 12 minute splintered Raga from a one time member of revered Leeds band Hood.
Jew's harp, banjo and toy piano recorded to rotten tape. Wonderful.
Devotional music eschewing traditional acoustic guitar in favour of hazy psychedelic improvisation.