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2020

A World Gone Mad

One of the most relevant albums of 2020, this record topped 'Best of Year' lists globally - from Rolling Stone to niche podcasts...

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2012

3 Wheels 9 Lives

The first triple-disc 28-song album by an Indian band, winner of the 2013 GIMA award for 'Best Rock Album'.

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2002

Jupiter Cafe

TAAQ's first concept album, and the beginning of 'Bangalore Rock'.

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2015

No Wall Too High

First collaborative album (with Mathew Kurian UNU, Dresden), launched in Bonn for the 70th anniversary of the founding of the UN.

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2009

This Is it

Launched at the 2009 Java Jazz Festival, this album was mixed by Grammy-winner Jeff Peters (USA).

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2000

dotcom

Released at the peak of the Dotcom Boom, TAAQ's 1st album evolved from early demos.

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2015

The Scene

A snarky take on the indie music scene, this album is required listening at some Media Studies university courses in the country now.

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2005

Plan B

The first rock album from India to be featured on NPR in the US, and the first to be released FREE online.

24 years, 8 albums. We've been fortunate to keep this dream going for this long - and there are times when it still feels like we're just getting started. That's good. Because in the end, this is ALL it's about. The music. All the other stuff - fame, 'likes', 'hipness', Twitter followers, views - if you really think about it, they don't mean that much.

We love this. We'll keep doing it. Right here in the 'Luru!