DJ Rekha takes a deep dive, unearthing classic late 1980s and early 1990s bangers. The beyond spills over with a dancehall infused tune by a bhangra legend, and pays tribute to the multilingual legend S. P. Balasubrahmanyam.
Kicking off the Bhangra set with a classic ragamuffin tune from Bally Sagoo, DJ Rekha drops tracks from an array of producers who invoke the same vibe, plus Brooklyn based artist Krithi’s debut on the show and a new track from Vancouver based Khanvict.
In this week’s episode, DJ Rekha drops a 2 step/garage bhangra set with new and vintage tracks that fit that bill, plus a drum and bass twist and new iteration of Bally Sagoo/Malkit Singh classic from Mumbai based producers MadStarBass.
This week DJ Rekha settles into some classic vibey dub and ragga influenced Bhangra selections, electronica fueled remixes of Renu and Nucleya, plus a new track from Kashimiri cypher, Ahmer with a guest appearance from Delhi Sultanite.
In the Bhangra set DJ Rekha drops Jasmine Sandlas’ new tropical bass inflective track pairs with frequent Canadian collaborator Intense Music alongside some up tempo classics. Plus girl power cyphers take over the beyond set
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