Fuck Modi: Noise for Kashmir ft. DJ Rekha, Kominas, Vandana + Arish Singh
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Dj Rekha

Vandana, The Kominas, Zerobridge

Ages 21+


DJ Rekha

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DJ Rekha is a producer, curator and educator based in New York City. She is the founder of the Basement Bhangra™, Bollywood Disco and co-founder of Mutiny Club nights. She was named "Ambassador of Bhangra" by the New York Times. Rekha and her frequent co‐collaborator, Dave Sharma, performed their compositions at Chicago Symphony Hall for the Sinfonetta this year.



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The Kominas (est. 2005), are a musical group. They draw from disparate eras including anarchopunk, soul, surf, disco & dub; and have been known to deliver Punjabi and Urdu couplets over their dancey beats (pummeled out by Karna Ray).



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Fusing elements of disquieting electronica with alternative pop, Vandana's music embraces womanhood and otherness as if from inside the mouth of a cave. Her journey from India to London to Brooklyn has influenced her otherworldly and self-assured material, which arrives steeped in the knowledge of ancient Indian traditions and fables as well as in vehicles of abstract art and thought.



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Brothers Mubashir “Din” Mohi-ud-Din (singer, songwriter, rhythm guitar) and Mohsin Mohi-ud-Din (drums), originally from DC/ Maryland, and whose parents emigrated from the disputed territory of Kashmir, settled down in the Lower East Side in New York City in the early 2000s and formed Zerobridge, named after an actual bridge/meeting ground in Srinagar, Kashmir’s capital. Joined by legendary New York guitar player and producer, JP Bowersock (The Strokes, Julian Casablancas, Kesha, Ryan Adams and the Cardinals) and bassist Greg Eckelman, Zerobridge released several independent recordings, culminating in their 2016 label debut, ‘Louder Than All Your Words,’ out on Carte Blanch Records. After a near 15-year haul, Zerobridge disbanded in 2017. Din and JP went on to form The Moors. Given their close familial and ancestral ties to Kashmir, the brothers decided to reunite once more as Zerobridge with JP Bowersock to play the Noise for Kashmir concert at Baby's Allright in Brooklyn, NY.

Hosted by Arish Singh

Venue Information:
Baby's All Right
146 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY, 11211