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The spring harvest festival of Vaisakhi coincides with the release of this episode of the show, and DJ Rekha digs up an RDB and somewhat dark ode to the day. Bup Saggu drops a new song with DJ Harpz and Manwal. In the beyond segment, DJ Rekha, recalls Mona Haydar’s Hijabi, as support against the French government banning the head covering, plus a new one from Khanvict.
Senti man, PropheC, is contemplating again with his new track Questions. Kaur B takes on gun control and DJ Rekha delves in more classics from 1990s UK Britasian Electronica.
Old School Bhangra Part 1
The Fault in our Sitars
DJ Rekha is DJ, curator, educator, and activist.  Named ambassador of Bhangra by the New York Times, she has been instrumental in placing Bhangra on the map in North America. Rooted in Bhangra and hip-hop her DJ sets range from Brazilian Baile Funk to Balkan Beats and everything in between. She is founder and resident of Basement Bhangra one NYC’s longest running dance parties which takes place the first Thursday of every month at Le Poisson Rouge.
New York City-based DJ Rekha is a producer, DJ personality, curator, educator and activist.  Profiled by CNN and called the “Ambassador of Bhangra” by the New York Times and named one of the most influential South Asians by Newsweek, Rekha is among the first DJs to merge classic Bhangra and Bollywood sounds into the language of contemporary electronic dance music. Since establishing herself in the New York music scene with her inaugural event, the monthly Basement Bhangra in 1997, Rekha has produced some of the longest running and most successful parties in New York including Bollywood Disco, Mutiny, and Beat Bazaar.