Uday Dass, Secular Chai, Shireen & More
1 February 2020
Music is the main form of expression of Delhi based DJ/ producer, Uday Dass. Since 2006, he has played at a wide variety of events that has given him the experience to cater to all kinds of crowds. Attention to detail and flow is his style. With a focus on experimenting with new unique sounds, bold track selection and aggressive mixing skills, Uday knows how to surprise his crowd while keeping them connected with the whole vibe. Its more of a progressive spiritual experience than a flatline.
As TRAFFICC, Nihal Kanwar is the host of Rush Hour on boxout.fm, showcasing sounds heavily inspired by rave culture. His moniker is a tribute to all the time he spent stuck in traffic jams in Delhi, which gave him extended opportunities to lose himself in various worlds of music within the four doors of his car.
Secular Chai is a project of Aprajita Singh dedicated to funk,future funk, french house, disco and hip-hop.
She picked up a DJing course and started digging deep since the very beginning. She is a official hip-hop DJ of 3X3BL (Basketball league) and played for several events like Grub Fest,The People, Locals, Queer Pride Parade ,The Prohibit and other underground music communities. She likes to mix french house with disco and hip-hop to make a fun brew of sounds and give you the right vibe to go on with your evening.
Shireen is a Delhi-based DJ, and a member of the all-femme creative collective Coven Code. Heavily influenced by the clubbing culture of the UK and its faraway threads in the current Indian music scene, her sets draw from various dance music styles, focusing on house and techno, as well as UK garage, breakbeat, dubstep, and other subgenres falling under the UK bass music umbrella.
Zequenx is a member of New Delhi-based female and female-identifying collective Coven Code who plays dark minimal techno sprinkled with a hint of psychedelic elements.
Uday Vir Singh, is a New Delhi- based DJ whose love for music is constrained neither by genre nor tempo. While his guest mixes for The Waiting Room & Rush Hour on Boxoutfm showcase his penchant for various types of techno and house, he’s no stranger to funk, soul and boogie, and loves nothing more than to heat up the dance-floor with a groove-laden disco number.