Search for bhangra music (india)

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Bhangra Now
FRoots (2005) Vol. 26, No. 12, pp. 38-39, 41-43
... The Asian roots music genre bhangra is discussed, and the artists and DJs on the front line of the ... movement are profiled. The musicians discuss whether it is important that bhangra music breaks into the mainstream or whether it ever will. ...
... Handy reviews a book about bhangra music (Ashgate). ...
... A compilation recording of bhangra, the dance music rooted in the distinctive loping rhythm of the ... dhol drum, which sprung from the Punjabi community in the early 1980s, performed by various artists is reviewed (World Music Network). ...
... An overview of UK's bhangra music scene is reviewed (Nascente). ...
The Dhol Queue
FRoots (2001) Vol. 22, No. 7-8, pp. 37, 39, 41
... Describes bhangra music, largely a British-Asian phenomenon birthed in antiquity with long ... -standing folk roots. Focuses on how the original bhangra music had not been considered newsworthy or sexy ... intentional or unintentional, which consequently had kept the Indian music within its own ethnicity ...
... Handy reviews a recording of British bhangra music highly influenced by Punjabi folk traditions ...
... Handy reviews a recording of Indian bhangra music from Sidhu. ...
... Describes the Bhangra music scene in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Traces the roots of the ... song and dance form from its ritual origins in India. Notes the use of hip-hop, rap and reggae ... vocabularies in Canadian Bhangra. Highlights the recordings "Teri Chunni de Sitare" (Multitone, 1979) as the seminal Bhangra recording. ...
Groove Machine
JAZZIZ (2013) Vol. 30, No. 4, pp. 44-48
... Bhangra music blended with liberal doses of jazz, funk, go-go, ska and hip-hop. ...
... Describes the Bhangra music scene in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Traces the roots of the ... song and dance form from its ritual origins in India. Notes the use of hip-hop, rap and reggae ... vocabularies in Canadian Bhangra. Highlights the recordings "Teri Chunni de Sitare" (Multitone, 1979) as the seminal Bhangra recording. ...
... The revised, bhangra-inflected version of Roy Orbison's "Oh, Pretty Woman," is the big hit of the ... entired in the US. Orbison's widow, Barbara, remarks that Roy would have loved the fact that his song was such a big hit in India. ...
... Six recordings of bhangra music are reviewed: (1) "Indestructible Asian Beats 2" (Manteca); (2 ... ) "Urban Desi - Sounds from the Real Asian Underground" (India Sound); (5) "Bhangra - The Best Asian ...
... Bhangra music, a genre created by Punjabi immigrants to the United Kingdom, sung in Finnish. ... finding inspiration in traditional Indian music. Hämeenniemi, a composer in the Western classical ...
Bhangra Beat Transforms Indipop Scene
Billboard (1999) Vol. 111, No. 39, pp. 1, 100-101
... Examines how the enormously popular bhangra music, described as the "intensely and infectiously ... rhythmic folk music of the rural Punjab region of Northwestern India" which overlaps Pakistan, has ... and how bhangra is featured in everything from Indian film music to advertising. ...
... The bhangra, originally practiced in Punjab, has evolved over the past 30 years into a hybrid form ... transnational cultural connections. The bhangra illustrates the work of the imagination in the construction ...
... Profiles the Indian bhangra music group "Apna Sangeet" from England. Music originated as harvest ... dance in Punjab, India and is mostly happy and romantic. Group travels the world on tours; six of ...
Groove Machine
JAZZIZ (2013) Vol. 30, No. 6, pp. 88-92
... drum, and began to create his own fusion of bhangra music with jazz, pop and soul. ... Weinberg talks to Sunny Jain, drummer and frontman of Brooklyn-based bhangra band Red Baraat. The ... son of Punjabi immigrants, Jain grew up hearing northern Indian music, but studied jazz in college ...