According to Alexander Robotnick's label Hot Elephants, India continues to be overwhelmingly young, with nearly half of its population below the age of 20. By the end of this decade, the average age in India will be 29 and set to become the world's youngest country. This is 'indicative of a widespread vitality in Indian culture across all art fields': music in particular. A large young population also means the entertainment industry is booming and dance music plays a major role in it. Indian TechXpress is a sample from the future of electronic dance music. You won't find much 'Indian sound' in it , as traditionally defined, but included on the compilation are: rising German expat Pawas Gupta (with Unnayanaa) on the soulful and melodic techno of "P-2", ToneFabrik with the euphoric classic prog house sounds of "Solar Fields" and Diatonik with the very Innervisions/Afterlife sounding dancefloor drama of "Morphosis".