Kaleekarma

Kaleekarma
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Harshita Kalee, a.k.a Kaleekarma, first cut her teeth DJing on the club circuit in Mumbai for a few years. During this inception period, she slowly started to gain prominence with her sets of deep house, electronica and 'ethno' techno.

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Goldie, Luke Vibert, Overmono & More Announced For Cymbal 2020

Late last month, Mumbai-based promoter Oscillate announced their new festival Cymbal, which will take place at Gwalior’s Jai Vilas Palace on March 20 and 21. The lineup for the 2-day festival is...

Diplo, Sampa The Great, Speedy J & More To Play Vh1 Supersonic

Vh1 Supersonic has just announced the lineup for its 2020 edition which sees the festival return to Pune’s Mahalaxmi Lawns between February 7-9. Continuing to set itself apart from its formative...

Magnetic Fields Announces Second Wave Of Names For 2019

Magnetic Fields Festival, which takes place from December 13-15 this year at the surreal Alsisar Mahal in Rajasthan, had earlier announced a bevy of respected and exciting names like Maribou State,...

Disrupt Announces Lineup For 2018 Edition

Music festival Disrupt, which will take place at Mumbai's Famous Studios from November 16-17, has announced its lineup for the 2018 edition. Like last year, the urban festival will be celebrating...

Listen: 'Now and Then' By Kaleekarma, Agent & Daulat

If there was one word to describe Kaleekarma, Agent and Daulat's collaborative new track, “wholesome” might cut it; perhaps “lush”, or even “dreamy”. Truthfully, none of those words would...

Listen: 'Sapno Ke Gaon May' By Daulat

The independent music scene in India is fond of frowning on Bollywood and its formulaic soundtracks. Granted, most current Bollywood music feels like it was churned out of an assembly line at a...

Watch: Mixmag Mini Documentary With Kaleekarma

Harshita Kalee's career as a DJ and artist started with an Indian cliché – in 2010, she landed in Mumbai, dazed and confused so to say. She soon started venturing out to musical events and braving...

Boxout.fm To Host 24 Hours Of Female Radio Programming

To celebrate International Women's Day, online radio station Boxout.fm is programming 24 hours of female-hosted shows. The program will kick off at 1am on 8 March and, will feature various female DJs,...

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