According to data from the 2011 Census, India continues to be overwhelmingly young, with 41%% of its population below the age of 20. Moreover by 2020, the average age in India will be 29 and it is set to become the world's youngest country with 64%% of its population in the working age group. This indicator points to the widespread vitality of Indian culture in all art field such as cinema, music, design and architecture. A large young population also means the entertainment industry is rapidly developing and dance music plays a major role in it as the natural social aggregator. Clubbing is booming everywhere , first of all in the big cities and then also in smaller ones. Numerous festivals , often very well organized, pop up ; many young musicians are active in the field of electronic music. Indian TechExpress is a sample from the future of electronic dance music. You won't find much "Indian sound" in it , as traditionally defined. Paradoxically you'll find more Africa in it. Indian youths look at the world and Africa seems to attract them more than their own music tradition. Most of them are young artists , some actually very young, and very well represent a movement that is developing in the fascinating and creative chaos that contemporary Indian society is.