BFR Sound System

BFR Sound System

BFR SOUND SYSTEM is owned and operated by Indian reggae artists Delhi Sultanate and Begum X. aka Samara Chopra, lead singers of The Ska Vengers and co-founders of Word Sound Power. BFR Sound System performances consist of a selection of strictly vinyl records playing a range of Jamaican genres as well as a vast collection of exclusive dubplates recorded it Jamaica's leading Reggae artists.

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BFR Sound System To Host Block Party At Mumbai’s Dharavi

New Delhi-based artists Taru Dalmia aka Delhi Sultanate and Samara Chopra aka Begum X will take their Jamaican-style hand built BFR Sound System for a session at The Dharavi Dream Project’s After...

India's Largest Crowdfunded Music Festival Control ALT Delete Is Back

Every year, the Indian alternative music community comes together in Mumbai to host the country's largest DIY event – Control ALT Delete. Apart from being hosted entirely independently, without...

BFR Sound System To Play Shows In Assam & Meghalaya With Mr India, Prabh Deep, Ahmer & More

BFR Sound System, one of the most socio-politically active musical collectives of the country, are taking their revered sound system to Diphu, Haflong, Umrongso and Shillong between October 18-26 to...

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,...

BFR Sound System To Celebrate 3-Year Anniversary With Show In New Delhi

Three years ago, Begum X and Delhi Sultanate ran an Indiegogo campaign that successfully culminated with the two The Ska Vengers members realising their long-standing dream of creating a custom-built...

Hundreds Of Artists & Cultural Practitioners Unite Across Cities In India To Fight For Democracy & Against Hate

It's a critical moment in India's history, one that could potentially alter the future of the country. Democracy has been taken hostage in India by cries of hate, propaganda, censorship and...

Mini-Documentary 'Reggaeology' Maps The Rise Of Indian Reggae

“Reggae is what you make of it. For some, it stands for one love, sure. For others, it's revolution.” - Neil Fraser aka Mad Professor It would be a difficult ordeal to try and map what inspired...

Reggae Festival Goa Sunsplash Announces Names For Its 2019 Edition

Conceived in 2016 as a celebration of reggae music and culture, Goa Sunsplash returns for its fourth edition in 2019 to Madrem, Goa – this time as a two-day festival, from January 12-13. Founded by...

Magnetic Fields Announces First Wave Of Names For 2018 Edition

The wait is over - Magnetic Fields Festival has just released the first phase of it’s 2018 line-up. Magnetic Fields is notorious for pushing future-facing sounds from India and around the world, as...

BFR Sound System Back With More Sessions

After a long hiatus, Bass Foundation Roots Sound System is back for another series of sessions featuring Delhi Sultanate and Begum X. For those not in the know, Bass Foundation Roots is a unique...

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