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Rekha Malhotra

Rekha Malhotra is a New Yorker of South Indian heritage who can be given credit for popularizing Bhangra and promoting the UK Punjabi dub and beat sounds in NYC. She says this about an event she hosts regularly: "Basement Bhangra is very urban. It's Bhangra with a hip-hop sensibility. It's raw and percussive, unadulterated. It's got a lot of meat to it and demands that you dance. It's not head-nodding music—it's body-moving music." More. More. More.
posted by Mo Nickels on Apr 14, 2002 - 10 comments

Turntable Coffee Kitchy Brooklyn Thingy

Turntable Coffee Kitchy Brooklyn Thingy Last night, I was there. Groovy vinyl, sofas, chairs, coffees and huge brownies. DJs most nights. I like it. 227 Smith Street, Brooklyn, New York City. F Train, Bergen Street Stop.
posted by Mo Nickels on Jan 27, 2000 - 0 comments

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