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WORLD’S LARGEST BHANGRA DANCE / Launch on 6th Oct of the India Music Week (N.Y.)

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Join DJ Rekha as she sets the Guinness World Record for The Largest Bhangra Dance Sunday afternoon, Oct 6, at 5pm! It all takes place at the South Street Seaport – walk to the end of John or Fulton Streets, the stage is next to the big black sailing ship, ‘Peking.’ The hot dance set starts at 5 with music, dancing and a practice session in preparation for setting the record. Bring a crew and join 10,000 others for this fun and family friendly event. Don’t forget to post, chat, tweet, blog, ms, crowd, face all your friends…

The World’s Largest Bhangra Dance is part of India Music Week, Oct 6-13, organized by The ARChive of Contemporary Music. (www.arcmusic.org) – a full week of concerts, radio shows and academic events occurring around the world to celebrate the importance and beauty of Indian music.



DJ RekhaDJ Rekha is a producer, curator and educator based in New York City. She is the founder of “Basement Bhangra™, Bollywood Disco and co-founder of Mutiny Club nights. She was named “Ambassador of Bhangra” by the New York Times. Rekha was the sound designer for the TONY award-winning Broadway Show, “Bridge and Tunnel” and the associate producer for the NPR Radio Documentary, “A Feet in Two Worlds.” Her debut album, DJ Rekha presents Basement Bhangra was released in 2007. In 2009, DJ Rekha was inducted into the New York City’s Peoples’ Hall of Fame. Her record label Beat Bazaar Music issued its debut single release, Pyar Baile worldwide in Nov. 2011. She hasplayed for President Obama and has shared the stage with M.I.A., John Legend, Francios K, Sasha, Outkast, and many more. She has curated events for Celebrate Brooklyn, Central Park Summerstage and has performed internationally. You can see her perform live the first Thursdays at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City and hear her weekly podcast Bhangra and Beyond onwww.breakthruradio.com You can see some DJ Rekha videos here

It takes a great many great people to swing an event like this – Dave Sharma’s foundation as a master percussionist is only one feather in his expansive musical cap. Having performed globally with a wide array of artists, including Escort, Moby, Cheap Trick, Kailash Kher have made him one of NYC’s most in-demand performers and producers. DJ Rekha and Dave Sharma are frequent collaborators and musical comrades. They recently joined forces to create a genre-defyingdance floor banger with a remix of “Exotic,” Bollywood superstar Priyanka Chopra’s single,featuring Pitbull.

Achinta S. McDaniel is a pioneer of contemporary Indian dance in the United States, working as a leading choreographer on both screen and stage for more than a decade. Her work appears in feature films, commercials, music videos, and live theatrical dance productions from Los Angeles to Mumbai. She has worked with Bollywood stars and choreographed for popular TV shows, like “The Amazing Race.” In 1999, McDaniel founded Blue13 Dance Company, the country’s first contemporary Bollywood dance ensemble, developing her signature Bollywood-Tech™ style. Blue13 has performed to sold-out audiences from Las Vegas to Paris.

The Association of Indians in America (AIA) is the oldest national association of Asian Indians in America. The New York chapter was founded in 1968, and for more than 25 years the group has been organizing an annual Diwali festival. The organization showcases India’s rich cultural traditions and supports charitable work.

Molecule Communications, based in Mumbai and New York City, is a respected resource within the entertainment industry bridging East and West, fostering international dialogue and facilitating collaborations among artists, writers, filmmakers, musicians and industry professionals. Molecule Communications produces special events and conferences such as Ticket to Bollywood to educate aspiring artists, filmmakers and musicians and provide networking opportunities on an international scale. We aim to connect people to global opportunities related to India’s history and connect the global community through Bollywood film, extending from India to the entire Subcontinent (Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan) and Afghanistan, Canada, the United States and South America. Thanks to Ajay Shrivastav for all his help.


(Source: 10/2013 – India Music Week (IMW))

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Our friend J Boogie over at fellow San Francisco-based label Om Records has a new mix, Electro Caribe. It’s over an hour of Caribbean-influenced Electronic music, with plenty of Reggae, Dancehall, Moombathon, House, and Funk blended in for good measure. Check out the mix below, and check out more about J Boogie on his website.

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We are really looking forward to what kind of music Derek Beres and his colleagues find, create and document on the Global Beat Fusion transmedia experience. They just started a Kickstarter campaign and it breaks down the mission for the film, soundtrack and experience. For more information on Derek check his website, his band with Duke Mushroom, Earthrise Soundsytem and his yoga compilation for Six Degrees, Innerversions.

Summer of Luvstep

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Summer Of Luvstep: Luvstep Serenade (Mixed by DJ Nappy) by djnappy

Summer Of Luvstep – LuvDub Symphony Mixed by DJ UMB (June 2011) by djumb

The homie DJ UMB from Generation Bass linked up with DJ Nappy to record two mixes of luvstep for you.
In UMB’s words:

Luv, Luv he said!

Luv is here…Luv is lost…luv is gained…hearts are broken, hearts get mended & hearts melt….u feelin’ the butterflies in your stomach yet?

LuvDuB Symphony is really an emotional journey exploring your passions, your romance, your joy of being in luv, your love lost and also your heartbreak.

You might feel as high as a kite, as if on cloud 9, you might get a warm glow inside you, you might wear a smile on your face and your heart might skip a beat.

You might experience some insecurity, despair, pain, get nostalgic over the memories you had with your loved one and also you might feel as though you’re world has ended too.

It’s all a part of being in luv!

Happy sun shiny songs but also sad, sad songs, all meshed together by me, DJ UMB, to make you feel the uplifting, superhuman strength of being in Luv but also the devastation & low ebb of breaking up and being heartbroken.

The mix, well yes it’s pretty lengthy but that just how love-making and getting over a heartbreak ought to be. Imho a Luvstep mix shouldn’t be rushed and some tracks should be allowed to be played in their entirety for the sake of creating a mood/ambience.

Everybody is doing short mixes but I love to do the opposite of whatever everybody else is doing and so I’ve opted for long & epic mix on this ocassion. It stretches to just over 2 hours & 20 mins and contains over 50 tracks including some personal & sentimental faves that have been meshed in that are not dubstep. Tracks like Led Zeppelin’s “Thank You”, Neil Young’s “Expecting To Fly” and various versions of Lovesong. Indeed, the main inspiration for this mixtape comes from The Cure’s “Lovesong”, which is one of my all time favourite tracks.

Anyway, enough waffle. I hope you enjoy it and it becomes a soundtrack to some part of your happy or sad life.

I need to give BIG thank you’s to all the artists, DJ Nappy, Dirty South Joe & Flufftronix, all my dudes at Generation Bass and all of you who take time to listen to my mixes.

A special thank you to members of the Luvstep Dub Symphony Facebook group who posted some of the tracks in that group, which I have used in my mix, Anna, Lara, Ivo, Badshah and some others. Also to Monica & Kiran for recording the Lovesong dialogue and sending it to me.

Moombahton Massive EP # 4 + Diplo Mix

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 Moombahton Massive IV

MDWWR #67 Diplo’s Moombahton 2k11 Mix by diplomaddecent

Not since dubstep has a genre grown and spread  across the globe at such a rapid rate. Dave Nada literally invented moombahton a year and a half ago and there’s already producers contributing and shaping the genre from all over the world. Above are some of the latest Moombahton offerings from the Moobahton massive EP # 4 that Dj Sabo put together, featuring some of the biggest names in the genre, including Sabo, Dave Nada, Thomas Blondet, and a full mix by Diplo. If you want more Moombahton, Mad Decent has a new compilation called “Blow Your Head, Vol. 2: Dave Nada Presents Moombahton” you can buy it here.

Astroboter – Merry Meditation Mix

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Astroboter – Merry Meditation Mix by Switchstance Recordings

Just got a real nice mix by Astroboter, via Swithcstance Recordings. Enjoy! More info and tracklisting below.
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01. Flat Earth Society – Satori (Psycho Records)
02. Gong – Master Builder (Virgin)
03. Comus – Song To Comus (Dawn Records)
04. The Music Emporium – Velvet Sunsets (Sundazed Music / Re-Issue)
05. Dave Holland Quartet – Conference Of The Birds (ECM Records)
06. Barney Wilen – Moshi (Saravah)
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08. Terry Reid – Seed Of Memory (ABC Records)
09. Guru Guru – L. Torro (Brain)
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12. Can – Sing Swan Song (United Artists Records)
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Transnational Dubstep is Coming!!!!!

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Generation Bass Presents Transnational Dubstep Compilation Promo (Excerpt/Taster Mix) – 1 FEB 2011 by djumb

Everybody at the office has been anticipating this new release for awhile, we’ve kept our lips sealed about the tracks and artists and now, we just can’t hold back any longer:
Here is the teaser mix for the much anticipated new compilation Generation Bass Presents: Transnational Dubstep, which comes out Feruary 1st, 2011.
DJ UMB put this together to give everyone a taste of the full length, check back soon for more info and upcoming promotions and tracks! More info below.

Transnational Dubstep is the first major compilation to document the fusion of dubstep and global roots music. It has been conceptualised & compiled by co-owner/editor & the driving force behind the Generation Bass blog, DJ UMB in cooperation with Six Degrees Records. The record pulls together some of the most exciting new producers in electronic music who are incorporating sounds from around the planet with the bass bin shaking thump of dubstep.

By utilizing influences from Cumbia to Balkan- Chinese to Indian- Middle Eastern to Japanese- the songs on this unique collection represent the cutting edge vanguard of a whole new electronic sub-genre that is ready to capture the ears and imaginations of listeners world-wide.

DJ Umb and his partner Vincent Koreman (co-owner/editor & founder of the blog) had the arduous task of choosing from over 300 tracks locked inside DJ Umb’s Transnational Dubstep vault. The pair narrowed the tracks down to 30 for licensing and then Umb finalised the selection and sequencing.

The idea for the compilation came from the success of DJ Umb’s underground mixtape series “(India/China/Sufi/World) Calling”, which contained dubstep with traces of African, Balkan, South American, Indian and Middle Eastern vibes. These mixtapes also caught the attention of Bob Duskis, of Six Degrees, who was already a huge admirer of the Generation Bass blog. Thanks to him, this partnership, between Generation Bass and Six Degrees, for this compilation was born.

From it’s humble beginnings in Feb 2009, the award winning Generation Bass Blog (www.generationbass.com) has come a long way in its, almost, 2 year history. It has been exposing listeners to the hottest new trends in global/electronic/dance hybrids. From Dubstep, Kuduro, Cumbia, Barefoot, Kwaito, Laser Bass, Moombahton and more, the blog has pioneered a host of exciting new sounds that can be defined under an umbrella category they describe as “Transnational Bass”.

Many of the underground artists it has first broke all over blogosphere have gone onto success and have been signed to labels like Mad Decent and others. It is only a matter of time before one of its discoveries becomes a global superstar, DJ Umb says, “it’s inevitable!”.

It has now amassed over 1 million visitors and is hitting around 4000+ visitors on a daily basis and growing. It has gone on to win awards, The Best Up and Coming Act or Organization from Music Centre Netherlands and has been voted a Top 10 blog by AfroPop Worldwide.

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Kiko De Gallo Show vol.14 – Heavy Bass Reggae Mix

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Kiko De Gallo
has been putting out a steady stream of island and Tropi heavy podcasts at the amazing Groovalizacion site.
Check out his latest Heavy Bass Reggae mix here.
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The Buddha Phenomenon… (IE-m show 09/2010)

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ElJay Arem während der IE-m Show on 7th Sept 2010

(IE-m/HH-08092010) – It was in Tunesia, 1948 when Claude Shalom had seen the light of day. Nobody had suspected that a musical triumphal procession of special kind of music will begin around the globe 54 years later.

Claude Shalom had codetermined considerably the night live in Paris end of the 70’s and 80’s as DJ under his artist name Claude Challe and as club owner.

Cover of Buddha Bar
Cover of Buddha-Bar

Against this background of his life style in a Hippie community on Sardinia and musical interests with journeys to Nepal, Indonesia and India it was not a big surprise that Indian musicians emerge in Claude’s compilations, whose name we regain in Indian Classical Music and Indian Electronics.

Claude published in 1999 his remixes on a double CD “Buddha Bar” (Vol. 1) – “Dinner” (CD1) and “Party” (CD2). A multiplicity of “Buddha Bar” releases followed lead-managed by the label George V. Records in Paris.

The “culinary concept” of the Buddha Bars is marketed world-wide by George V Eatertainment. Supplemented around boutiques, galleries, the “Little Buddha Cafe” and “Siddharta Cafe” we find these culinary locations with Live DJs for a relaxed of music hearing absent the hustle and bustle of metropolises like London, Monte Carlo, Prague and Kiev. Further spots are current in Shanghai, Washington, Dubai, Beirut, Cairo, Jakarta and Sao Paolo.

Buddha Bar – Vol. I and II (1999/2000)… mixed by DJ Claude Challe

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is a musician from Pakistan. He was the most prominent representative in the Qawwali singing, a category of Sufi music. Nusrat Fateh became well known in the West particularly by co-operation with Peter Gabriel. He died too early before his time at the age of only 49 (1948-1997). His music and singing was deeply felt of many listeners and colleagues as “divine”. Also Claude Challe got his inspirations from this exceptional musician (Buddha Bar – VoL. 1 (1999):  Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan – Track 10: Piya RH Piaya RH on CD2 “Party”).

The sound artist Karunesh appears with his track Alibaba on Buddha Bar – Vol. II, which was published in the year 2000. From Cologne coming and living on Hawaii Karunesh is well-known for us from the June show “Indian Electronic Music on the European continent” (part 2).

Buddha Bar – Vol. III/VII (2001/2005)… mixed by DJ Ravin

After the premiere of Claude Challe’s Buddha Bar compilations in the year 1999 and 2000 the musical journey was continued by a colleague of Claude. At first sight the eccentrically-seeming Raymond Visan alias DJ Ravin produced nine Buddha Bar albums. The releases volume 3 to 12 excluded volume 8 (mixed by Sam Popat) are shaped by Ravin’s handwriting.

In his personal self understanding Ravin defines the concept of Buddha Bar as a “sound area, which reminds of the mystic atomic sphere of a temple”.

Ravin was born 1966 in the Indian ocean, on Mauritius. He grew up in the strict Hindu tradition. As teenager Ravin came to Paris. There he made Claude Challe’s acquaintance on one of the famous Wiz Bombino parties. Claude introduced him into the world of electronic music.

In the year 2001 Buddha Bar – Vol. III appeared on the market as double CD with “Dream” (CD1) and “Joy” (CD2). Like Claude Challe’s first album in 1999 we meet again the Bansuri player Deepak Ram. He is flautist on the Indian Bamboo flute and of his musical origin a genuine representative of North Indian Classics (Hindustani music). Starting from 1975 Deepak was trained on the flute and Tabla in South Africa.  1977 he moved to Mumbai. There Deepak continued his music studies under flute maker Sri Suryaknt Limaye. Further teachers such as Pandit Vijay Raghav Rao and Hari Prasad Chourasia followed. With the prominent master on the flute Deepak takes classes till today. The track “A Night in Lenasia” on Buddha Bar – Vol. III reflects the origin of Deepak Ram. Lenasia is an Indian municipality in South Africa, south of Soweto.

Same on Buddha Bar – Vol. III the Tabla virtuose Talvin Singh gets to hearing the track “Veena”. Veena-s is a group of instruments, the Indian lutes among Sitar and Sarod belong to. Indian E-music had presented Talvin Singh in the premiere broadcasting as the founder of Indian Electronic music, so called “Asian Underground”.

The sound spectrum of the London duo Badmarsh & Shri is HipHop and Electronic music, Drum & Base, Indian Classical music and Jazz. Indian E-music presented B&S’s music in the January show 2010. The track on the 2nd CD “Joy” of Buddha Bar – Vol. III is called “Sitar ritual”.

In 2005 Buddha Bar – Vol. VII was published. On the 2nd CD “Sarangi” we find the track “Flute Fantasy”. Thus DJ Nasha landed internationally a hit, which found favour  same in India as in Western world. We selected Nasha’s track (originally from his album Hero) in August 2010 as the Video of the Month.

DJ Nasha’s sound characteristics are heavy basses and rhythmics which cannot be assigned clearly to categories.

Cafe Buddha – The Cream of Lounge Cuisine

In 2005, same year as Buddha Bar – Vol. VII was released, the English label Park Lane Records brought “Cafe Buddha – The Cream of Lounge Cuisine” on the market, as “Deluxe 5 star double CD” (house advertising).

“Cafe Buddha” refers to restaurants of same name. They were opened since 2001 by DJ Ravin and George V Restauration Group in different cities: Amsterdam, Dakar, Geneva, Hurghada (Egypt), Sharm El Sheikh (southern Sinai), Las Vegas and Nicosia (Cyprus).

The concept of the Buddha Cafes is simple: Take some club atmosphere, excellent cuisine and bewitching music.

The duo Thievery Corporation resides in Washington DC (USA). Rob Garza and Eric Hilton are renowed for their political-critical attitude, which they express also in their music, e.g. with the martial sounding track “Marching The Hate Mashines (into the sun)”. Thievery Corporation featured the American Rock band “The Flaming Lips” (Oklahoma City), also the sitar player Anoushka Shankar. Indian E-music presented her in the show “Ladies Spinning” with the track Mandala (CD “Radio Retaliation”).

On Cafe Buddha – The Cream Of Lounge Cuisine Anoushka’s half sister Nora Jones, also to daughter of the legendary Sitar maestro Ravi Shankar performs the song “Angels”. Nora Jones is featured by the New Yorker TripHop band WaxPoetic around Illhan Ersahin who is of Turkish origin.

The “jack-of-all-trades” Nitin Sawhney delivers the piece Spark. Nitin is represented on various Buddha Bar albums and same as Talvin Singh an icon of Indian electronic music, but not only. The Indian-British musician is producer and composer. Already as a child Nitin’s unusual music talent was particularly noticeable with learning the piano, Classical and Flamenco guitar, Sitar and Tabla. Nitin began his solo career in 1999 with the 1st album Boyond Skin.

Siddharta: Spirit of Buddha Bar – Vol. 3 (2006)

“Buddha Bar” respective George V. Eatertainment established the Siddharta Café in the Buddha Bar hotel in Prague. So the restaurateur: in an atmosphere of pop art, with colourful decor, modern Buddha paintings and splendid chandelier an international and contemporary “Cuisin a la Chef” is servicing all tastes and generations. In the hotel-own fashion shop the guests can buy music, T-shirts and also souvenirs.

With Siddhartha the novella of Herman Hesse crosses one’s mind. Hesse wrote 1922 “Siddhartha”. In Sanskrit this name means: “That, who reached his goals.” Buddha was called prince Siddhartha Gautama before his abdication, who’s life is dated around 4th-5th century BC.

Whether such consumer temples like the Siddharta Cafe in Prague correspond to the spirit of Siddhartha and his buddhistic self understanding, this question may remain unanswered here.

Midival Punditz is an Indian fusion duo. Gaurav Raina and Tapan Raj from Delhi mix styles like Bhangra and North Indian Classics (Hindustani) with electronic music. For the track Saathi, identically name with the Bengal cine film in 2002 the Sarangi Maestro Ustad Sultan Khan was featured by Midival Punditz. Sultan Khan played frequently purely Indian Classical music with Zakir Hussain, India largest Tabla virtuoso of our time. With Zakir Hussain played Midival Punditz together for the project Tabla Beat Science. Further Ustad Sultan Khan is present with Sayaji on “Siddharta: Spirit of Buddha Bar” (Vol. 3), a Joe Claussel Dance Transe version. Joe Claussel is a DJ, a music producer and label owner from New York.

A further title on Siddharta is “Peace is found behind wounds”. Cheb-I-Sabbha, a spiritual music adventurer promises herewith something philosophical: peace by pain. Who needs this kind of philosophy may enjoy it. Cheb-I-Sabbha visited 1970 for the first time India and became affected by Indian artists linked with the tradition of Indian Classics, e.g. the singer Subha Mudgal.

Still two artists with Indian reference are mentioned for the sake of completeness, whom we could not play in our radio show “The Buddha phenomenon” for lack of time. There is Natacha Atlas (Buddha Bar, Vol. 10) and Bombay Dub Orchestra (Buddha Bar, Vol. 10 (Remix) and Vol. 11). Natacha and BDO were presented in our earlier shows of March and August 2010.

The next broacasting of Indian E-music… is announced for Tuesday, 5th October – @ 09:00 p.m. on Tide 96.0 FM.

… and who is interested in Indian classical music: each 3rd Tuesday in the month, same time. Thus next broadcasting date for IMC – India meets Classic on 21st September @ 09:00 p.m. on Tide 96.0 FM.

Daniel Best Mix

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bestseven radiomix (Reggae/Soul) by Daniel W. Best by bestworks

Enjoy this great summer time mix from Daniel Best, from Best Works Records.
Berlin based company Best Works does a lot of things: Events, Booking, Management, Publishing and A&R. Best Works takes care of all the booking for Jazzanova both live and dj since over 10 years. This summer 2009 Best Works booked over 40 dates worldwide for Jazaznova live feat. Paul Randolph. Best works also does regular events in and outside of Berlin incl. Kaleidoskop, Escobar, Yellow lounge, concerts for Fat Freddys Drop, Mulattu Astatke, Soil and Pimps sessions, etc. Together with Andre Lodemann – Daniel Best also runs the House record label Best Works Records. Some might me familiar with the “Where are you now ” quite an underground hit. Last But not least Best Works has a publishing deal with Modern Soul(Fondue Publishing artists here include, Dallas Taimara (Fat Freddys Drop), Eva Be, Rubies and Andre Lodemann.

Globalnoize’s Blog 2010-07-15 18:48:23

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Download – Lo Mejor Y Sabor de Quantic – Compiled and mixed by Jeremy Sole

Listen/Buy – Dog With a Rope (Quantic Presenta Flowering Inferno)

Quantic keeps busy recording solo records, collaborations with the likes of Alice Russell and producing his own Soul Orchestra. His latest release on Tru Thoughts is called Dog With a Rope and he further explores a cross section of dub, cumbia and soul in his own way. Today we have a nice treat, a mix of rare, remixed and unreleased cuts from the man that his mum calls Will Holland. Expertly mixed by Jeremy Sole, LA based KCRW dj and founder of the Afrofunké party, this is the perfect summer mixtape. Now grab a cold beverage and get some sunshine, it’s hot out there!

Ancient Astronauts – Heart Of The Future (DJ Mix)

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Ancient Astronauts – Heart Of The Future (Dj Mix) by Uprock on Mixcloud

Our good friends the Ancient Astronauts have a fine new mix up on Mixcloud. Dig it!
Be sure to check out their label Switchstance Recordings, their new record on ESL Records, and their deep Vieux Farka Touré remix.

Chuck D and DJ Spooky ‘By The Time I Get To Arizona’ Updated

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Listen to the updated ‘By The Time I Get To Arizona’ - here.

Chuck D and DJ Spooky recently teamed up to do an update of the Public Enemy standard ‘By The Time I Get To Arizona’. The timing for this release couldn’t be more relevant, considering the controversy surrounding Arizona’s new law regarding immigration. Here’s what DJ Spooky had to say about the track:

“In the wake of Republican Governor Jan Brewer’s anti-immigrant law,
me and Chuck D were rappin’ and we decided to put together an update
of his classic track “By The Time I get To Arizona.” Anyone who knows
about hip hop from the early 90’s remembers John Mccain’s
unwillingness to endorse creating a local version of Martin Luther
King’s birthday. The update here is a 21st century look in the rear
view mirror. The cliché that “those who don’t learn from the past are
doomed to repeat it” still holds sway in our hyper amnesiac culture.
I remixed D.W. Griffith’s infamous film “Birth of a Nation” with a
bit of Public Enemy in mind, and later on, they named an e.p. with
the same name as my project. Me and Chuck D have done several
projects in the past around progressive, non knucklehead hip hop”

Desert Dwellers- Live DJ set

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Desert Dwellers- Live DJ set from Ecstatic Dance in Oakland CA. 2/14/10:

A few weeks ago we had the good fortune to have the Yogitunes DJ Collective roll through the Bay Area to play dates at the Groove Garden in Fairfax, CA, as well as at Oakland’s Ecstatic Dance Event. Yogitunes is a Dj & Music Production collective founded by Amani Friend, Craig Kohland, & Alex King-Harris. Yogitunes Artists include Desert Dwellers, Shaman’s Dream, Rara Avis, Liquid Bloom, Treavor Moontribe, DJ Dragonfly, and more. In addition to being a digital record label, Yogitunes is directly connected to labels such as Six Degrees, White Swan, Sounds True, Desert Trax, Native State, Iboga, INgrooves, Beatport & Ritual Sounds. The beautiful interaction in this set between Amani Friend’s electronics and Rara Avis‘ live guitar makes for some highly recommended “deep listening”.

Bombay Dub Orchestra’s DJ set at Pathaan’s “Globetronica” residency at the Favela Chic Club in London. Week #3

Delivered... globalnoize | dj mixes | Wed 17 Feb 2010 7:52 pm

Bombay Dub Orchestra’s DJ set at Pathaan’s “Globetronica” residency at the Favela Chic Club in London. Week #3
from BDO’s blog:

Last evening’s Dj set – Strange but true. Was a good night. I (Andrew) held the fort for the first two hours while Pathaan Sahib returned from Moscow – Globe trotting to Gobetronica. Mufa from Bombay Dub Orchestra – a very talented drummer and percussionist and Londoner joined on djembe and darabuka!!

Was fun. Please come and join us next week and every Monday at Favela Chic. A completely Bomhemian experience as you can see from their website.
* Intro (Debussy – Reverie/ John Williams – Memoirs of a Geisha/ Marlon Brando – On the Waterfront Dialogue
* Tara Busch – Let’s Go To Bed/ Richard E. Grant – Withnail and I
* Prodigy Mashup – Andrew T. Mackay/BDO
* Inhale in A White Room – Andrew T. Mackay/BDO -(Nehru – 1947 Freedom Speech/ Charlie Chaplin – Great Dictator Speech/ Seinfeld – Kramer dialogue)
* Egypt By Air – Bombay Dub Orchestra – (Earthrise Soundsystem Remix) )Ye Hai Bombay Meri Jaan – Mohammed Rafi /Rolling Stones – Sing This All Together
* Digable Planets – Rebirth of Slick (Bob Marley – No Woman No Cry (Acapella))
* Tera Naam Dub – Andrew T. Mackay
* Mariem Hassan – Magat Milkitna Dulaa (Mock and Toof Remix)/M.A.R.R.S – Pump up the Volume – BDO Mashup.
* Booka Shade – Paper Moon
* Beatles/Chemical Brothers – Bombay Dub Orchestra Mashup
* Beauty and The East – bombay Dub Orchestra – (Banco Da Gaia Remix)

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