Possibly inventing House music before anyone else did, Charanjit Singh, an Indian studio musician, released this LP, Ten Ragas To A Disco Beat, in 1982. Hoping to translate traditional Raga music to modern sounds, the album’s use of repetitive beats, synth sounds, and futuristic melodies hit a perfect combination that make it sound so incredibly ahead of its time. Charanjit Singh’s work barely sold when it came out, though, and only a few copies of his music have survived the years. Despite this, Bombay Connection, a record label dedicated to finding old electronic Indian jams from the eighties, recently found the album and remastered it. Sounding even better than it did before, Ten Ragas To A Disco Beat can finally carve out its legacy as the pioneering work it was.