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“We exist in more than one narrative”: Sarathy Korwar & Idris Rahman in conversation
Ravi Ghosh hosts a conversation between Sarathy Korwar and Idris Rahman, discussing the influence of South Asian classical sounds on contemporary music and the pros and cons of scenes
A deep dive into South Asian electronic music
Dhruva Balram presents some of the finest sounds coming out of Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka
Abhi The Nomad has found home
Ryan Gaur talks to Abhi The Nomad about growing more comfortable with his sound and identity, rap idols, hating social media and loving video games
A potted history of the 1990s British (South) Asian Underground
Tara Joshi traces the '90s lineage of the Asian Underground movement, speaking to key figures DJ Ritu, Sweety Kapoor and Nitin Sawhney
How classic cars and soundsystems connect Southall residents to their Indian roots
Ciaran Thapar spends an evening in London's 'Little India', where modified cars and dub reggae soundsystems carry messages of protest and connection to home across generations
Britain's first out Muslim drag queen: Asifa Lahore is a proud clubland pioneer
Safi Bugel talks to Asifa Lahore about London's queer South Asian club history and navigating DJing and performing as a disabled, Muslim trans woman
How Asian Dub Foundation's stand against racism connected generations of British Asians
Zab Mustefa speaks to Asian Dub Foundation about the unifying impact of their visible fight back against racism and the stereotype-smashing lyricism of 1998 album 'Rafi's Revenge'
"We wanted to go down the garage route": How Rudimental made 'Ground Control'
The drum 'n' bass foursome give us a play-by-play on their new 16-track album