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  • Asian artists at Hate Racism festival

    by Sunny
    2nd May, 2008 at 5:45 am    

    There’s a good article on the Guardian blog about the lack of Asian artists at the Loe Music Hate Racism festival. I saw this mentioned somewhere else too, but can’t remember it now.

    MIA is of course fantabulous, but they missed out Bishi. I would have gone to see her.

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    1. Bhargavi — on 2nd May, 2008 at 6:33 am  

      What’s interesting is that young south asians in the US seem to have taken up the challenge of more edgy indo-fused political hip hop and r&b - check out karmacy(

      An indian hip-hop band which disdains vanilla-bland r&b and gets stuck into issues - rapping in english, spanish, gujerati, punjabi and hindi … their new album contins scathing diatribes against the war in iraq, the treatment of women, and the effect of immigration to india - ….

      Its the sort of scene we desperately need to be seeing evolving once again here ….

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