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In two weeks we return to the motherland. India. We collaborated with some fantastic artists there last year – check this teaser for the #soundsofsociety project that the good people of @bluefrogclicks have put together! Full episodes coming SOON #Repost @bluefrogclicks ・・・ Super stoked to give you a glimpse of what we've been brewing with the good old folks at @urbanbeatproject. Catch #SoundsOfSociety presented by @societytea, first episode releases next week. #bluefrog #music #MukhtiarAli #MathiasDuplessy #HangMassive @HangMassive #Delhi2Dublin @Delhi2Dublin #GowriJayakumar #VasudaSharma @VasudaSharma #DelhiSultanate #SatishKrishnamoorthy #ChandanaBala #NushLewis #DjUri
Wow! This just in: Delhi 2 Dublin is the new Electronic/Dance Artist of the Year at The 14th Annual Western Canadian Music Awards. Thanks to all the friends and family that helped us put together our best album yet!
See full listing of 2016 award winners at breakoutwest.ca
Here’s a glimpse of our crazy 54 hour trip to the desert. 6 shows, one wedding, one pink unicorn called charlie, and no sleep.
“Vancouver-based world music group Delhi 2 Dublin may have been performing their fusion sound for a decade this year, but they are still achieving a number of firsts even after 10 years together.
The band, which is playing at Surrey Fusion Festival this weekend, recently performed in India for the very first time, and are set to also make their first appearance at Burning Man, the experimental arts and music festival held each year in Nevada’s Black Rock desert.”
MTV Indies has new video “We’re All Desi” on high rotation, catch it here.
Read more on Hindustan Times:
“Mumbai slum Dharavi, made famous by Slumdog Millionnaire, is again in focus but this time in a new music video called We’re All Desi. The music album has been brought out by Vancouver-based world music group Delhi 2 Dublin. […] The band had recently visited Mumbai for a music tour and decided to change the way how people portray life in the slums by adding a realistic yet filmy touch to it…”