What: Nucleya: The Big Daddy of Bass
Venue: Raasta Cyber Hub, Gurgaon
When: Thursday, 14th January 2016
Time: 9:00pm onwards
Pull up your socks and stand up tall! Get in the groove as Raasta Gurgaon kick starts the New Year’s party scene with The Big Daddy of Bass. ‘Bass Rani’ producer Nucleya will be in the house this Thursday to shake a leg with his fellow Rastafarians.
One of the early proponents of the now-popular genre of Dubstep in India, NUCLEYA has built on that start to emerge as one of the most exciting, experimental and engaging producers in the Indian scene in the past five years. He has made his mark as an Indian dance music producer, focusing on sounds and textures that are Indian in sound but international in appeal. His new album “Bass Rani” explores regional sounds and cements NUCLEYA’s position as the Indian leader in the ‘global bass’ movement, as he continues to look to the future for new sounds.
Music and dance freaks let yourself free! Come and enjoy a fun-filled night as Nucleya spinning the best of club music live on Thursday and dance crazy like there is no tomorrow only at Raasta, Cyber Hub!
What: General Levy LIVE
Venue: Raasta, Hauz Khas Village
When: Friday, 15th January 2016
Time: 9:00pm onwards
General Levy to enthrall Rastafarian with Live Music
Raasta is ready to witness another Ragga legend live in action, General Levy who has regaled music lovers with his distinct style of singing will perform live at Raasta Hauz Khas this Friday.
Be ready to feel something different as Levy’s freshness, youth and enthusiasm poured out of every groove.
General Levy is an English ragga deejay, regularly employed on studio tracks by drum and bass DJs. He is best known for the track “Incredible” which he recorded with M-Beat. A remixed version of this reached number 8 in the UK Singles Chart in 1994.
General Levy’s first major releases were with the independent record label, Fashion Records, who signed a distribution deal with London Records for the re-releases of the tracks he had recorded. He had earlier releases with the record producers Lloydy Crucial and Robbo Ranx (later of BBC 1xtra), but these were mainly tracks that were hits on the underground dancehall scene.
So put on your dancing shoes and get ready to dance on some real tunes!