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Specialist and Tru-Skool have influenced many a bhangra producer, as evident in the DJ Frenzy’s track with Raf-Saperra. The beyond section features tracks for the compilation, Inquilab, which features music written, performed, composed and produced by South Asian women, trans, nonbinary and/or gender fluid sonic artists. From the Subcontinent to the diaspora across the globe, these artists span across genres and fields in the music industry: film scoring, spoken word, lo-fi, electronica, pop, vocals, carnatic fusion, jazz, hip-hop, R&B, sound design, EDM, etc.
Diljit Dosanjh support of the farmers movement deserves a dedicated Bhangra set with some of DJ Rekha’s favorites from his repertoire. Plus, new tunes from Talal Quereshi, Asian Dub Foundation, and a revisit of a poignant track from Riz Ahmed.
DJ Rekha shares the complete selections from the set at the South Asian Block Party for Biden/Harris, plus rap forward tracks with a calming end in the beyond segment.
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.
There are no shortages of songs about drinking in bhangra music, and in this weeks episode, DJ Rekha highlights some of her favorites, plus a Gnawan infused set in the beyond section.
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.