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.
This week a very on-brand tune from the self proclaimed prince of bhangra, Jazzy B. The beyond segment includes a collaboration with the mighty Asian Dub Foundation and Chillian-French hip-hop phenomena, Ana Tijoux.
Kaur B has been killing it since her debut in 2013. Though her music is solid and standard fare, her standout track on Tigerstyle’s high tempo album Digi-Bang and her most recent duet with Diljit Dosanjh demonstrates she is no ordinary Kaur. The Beyond section traverses the globe with tracks from MALFKTION, Talal Qureshi, and a new from the Vancouver based label Snakes and Ladders.
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.
Neha Kaka and Parmish Varma team up for a late summer smash, plus the beyond segment takes a cinematic trippy turn with bollywood sampled electronic tunes. Also a classic underground track by once Swaraj Crew producer Juttla.
The Bhangra set begins and ends with tracks from Diljit Dosanjh’s’ latest full length, album, humbly titled “The G.O.A.T.” The beyond set features a new collaboration from New York based artist Madlovely and Rolex Rasathy, and a remix by Indian producer SuReal of Saade Maut’s.
Dancehall vibes from Jags Klimax’s new track, plus DJ Rekha revisits a genre changing tune that does not get its due for changing the sonic landscape of Punjabi music. In the beyond segment, more from Ritviz. Giddha Bounce – Jags Klimax Raahi – Ritviz
Hoping to evoke a feeling of summer, DJ Rekha selects Latin infused tracks for the first segment, including a remix of Sharry Maan’s classic “3 Peg”. In the beyond portion of the show, with thoughts on the city and people of Beirut, DJ Rekha features Lebanese artists in solidarity.
In a world of rapid one-off single deployment, Diljit Dosanjh releases an old-fashioned full length EP. DJ Rekha selects three of their favorite tracks, and does a side by side comparison of Sukshinder Shinda’s classic tune with his updated version released a mere 17 years later. Plus desi drum and bass and breakbeat vibes in the beyond segment.
The vocal versatility Jaz Dhami is on display in this week’s bhangra set while DJ Rekha showcases their favorite tracks from icon British rebel rousing, Asian Dub Foundation’s, first album, Facts and Fictions.
The weeks bhangra segment tracks are hip-hop forward. Some subtle, some more obvious, plus a collaboration with Sidhu Moosewala and Amrit Maan. In the beyond portion, DJ Rekha included an ever green folk song with a contemporary spin.
The week’s bhangra segment features lesser known remixes of well-known bhangra tracks. In the beyond portion, we hear new and old selections from the Nasha Records catalog and DJ Rekha current artist crush, Ritviz.
The week DJ Rekha select her recent favorite Punjabi tunes ending the first segment with a classic saxophone laden throwback. The beyond segment takes on dubby tone including a super long track that is worth the listen.
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.
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.
This week, DJ Rekha unearths bangers that were staples of her DJ sets at Basement Bhangra. Plus, Roach Killa and Bilal Saeed make a quarantine tune, Jasmine Sandlas’ rainy track from her third full length album, then ADF, Seti X and Kominas all in the Beyond segment.
DJ Rekha digs into the digital crates and picks out some gems from the early part of the 2000s, Delhi based producer Su Real gives Sidhu Moosewala’s 47 a Moombaton re-fix, plus a mix of sitars in the Beyond segment.
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.
DJ Rekha remembers a time when Byg Bird, Sunny Malton, Sidhu Moosewala got along plus tracks by Miss Pooja, Kaur B, Garry Sandhu and a tribute to legendary electronic music producer, State of Bengal.
DJ Rekha drops a new track by Kaur B, a Sharry Mann miniset, plus remembering State of Bengal five years later.
Some fussiness in the Bhangra set and a heartfelt tribute to Bollywood legend Rishi Kapoor. Nakhra – Deep Money Indeep Bakshi, Gurlez Akhtar All Eyez on Me – Jazzy B, Roach Killa
Bups Saggu flips a traditional folk tune in a very exciting electronic direction setting of the mid-tempo vibe of the first set, followed by tunes from Ritviz, Nucleya and song from the soundtrack must watch Indian Series, Made in Heaven.
DJ Rekha digs into their digital crates for some idiosyncratic classics, plus a few favorites from AR Rahman.
Indian Rappers reflect on the impact of Covid with PSA laden tracks and reflections, plus a new collaboration with Pav Dharia and Garry Sandu.
DJ Rekha celebrates the birthdays of Jazzy B, Dr. Zeus, and DJ Sanj, Jay Sean, Raghav with choice selects from each artist.
Two classic favorites from DJ Sanj, a PMC throwback, plus a timely track from Parbh Deep in the Beyond segment.
This week Tru-Skool’s production with new comer Princ3 latest maintains his signature hip-hop bhangra style, plus new track from Riz Ahmed, Ayes Cold, Monica Dogra, Melika in the Beyond segment.
One track rises to the top from the slew of releases from Jasmine Sandlas. DJ Rekha revisits a contemplative classic collaboration from Roach Killa, Garry Sandhu, and DJ Dips. Pallavi, Raaginder, Black Star Liner and more in the beyond segment.
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
Sidhu Moose Wala and Steel Banglez finally release there long awaited collaboration, and no stranger to collaboration, Amar Sandhu teams up with Ezu plus Gully Boy Divine links with Sid Sriam on a track from his debut full length album, Kohinoor.
International Pop Sensation, Jay Sean, teams up with India’s number one Punjabi crooner, Guru Randhawa, for a dance floor banger. Plus Divine, Midival Punditz, Rudoh and more in the Beyond set.
With big shoes to fill, Rosleen Sandlas, makes her debut a fresh take on generic title track. In the beyond segment, Asian Dub Foundation’s latest single but some classics from there catalog.
Bups Saggu takes on the folk classic Jugni, ignites the Bhangra set, plus Kenyan vibes and Ami Dang in the second part of the episode.
The long awaited collab between crooners Jaz Dhami and Arjun does not disappoint. Producer extraordinaire Diamond wears his mixologist hat under the moniker DJ Swami, plus Nucleya and timely beatbox track in the beyond segment.
Fire weaved throughout the Bhangra and Beyond sets including a new collaboration with India based artists Shoals x Naqaab. Plus a reworking of PMC classic from his new album 56 Districts.
More new tracks from PMC’s new album, plus Manni Sandhu and Amar Sandhu (no relation) collaborate on a surefire banger with their Sandhu takeover.
DJ Rekha selects her favorite tracks from Panjabi MC’s long awaited album, 56 Districts, plus new music from Jasmine Sandlas, Jazzy B and Diljit Dosanjh.

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