Bhish, Chhabb, Manali & Schlick
5 September 2019
Sun N Sand Hotel
Chhabb comes from the early generations of DJs in India, born and raised in Mumbai. It all originated from crate digging culture for him. Searching for music that had emotion, but also made him travel into unknown dimensions. He has been a big contributor to the experimental electronic movement in India. He has also hosted and played with sounds of The Bunker NY, Giegling, Dawud, Oshana and many more.
Bradley Tellis is a guitarist and producer from Bombay India. He's also been making electronic music under his solo moniker ‘Schlick’.
Regenerate owner Bhishma Sagar is a DJ who acquired the art of mixing sitting in his office. From setting trends with his absolutely flawless mixes to booking the best names in the industry - the aim behind getting on the decks was to spread more good music amongst the bustling music scene in the city and to share with everyone what Regenerate truly stands for.
Manali’s love for spacey, hypnotic and obscure sounds has seen her bring unique vibe to the dancefloors that drew attention, fascinating crowds and promoters across her home country in India and Netherlands, her summer base. She has developed a sophisticated view in music, showcasing minimalistic approach in house and techno often with underlying hints of acid, breaks, electro and vintage electronic music. With her genuine appearance and infectious energy behind the decks, she effortlessly builds up any night. For each gig she prepares passionately, endlessly digging crates and pushing unknown gems while retaining her signature vibe. Manali is steadily growing in the minimal scene as she continues to expand her horizons not just across Europe and South Asia, but also aims to share her musical vibe globally. Driven by passion, determination and hard work, she is constantly honing her mixing skills and continues to follows her own instincts over trends. For her, a DJ set is about creating a sonic journey of storytelling rather than banging out one big tune after another.