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Kush Arora

Kush Arora

Kush Arora


Born and Raised in the Bay Area, Kush grew up as a drummer and electronic music lover and creator in the active experimental, punk and electronic scene taking part in various groups and record labels, playing alongside folks like BIg City Orchestra, Blevin Blechdum, Wobbly, and being a core member of RecordLabelRecords : Fluorescent Grey, and the Great White Hype. All the while, the love for dancehall/dub and the culture punjabi music grew and focus was directed to this. Read more on Last.fm
Born and Raised in the Bay Area, Kush grew up as a drummer and electronic music lover and creator in the active experimental, punk and electronic scene taking part in various groups and record labels, playing alongside folks like BIg City Orchestra, Blevin Blechdum, Wobbly, and being a core member of RecordLabelRecords : Fluorescent Grey, and the Great White Hype. All the while, the love for dancehall/dub and the culture punjabi music grew and focus was directed to this. In 2004 "Underwater Jihad" was released, unleashing the style of warped punjabi and reggae styles into a noisey blend. After this, Kush Arora productions was formed and a stirng of releases follows featuring unusual and wild vocalists such as N4SA from JA and Sukh Sing on punjabi vocals alongside a host of talented tabla players and strings from around the globe. Kush has shared the stage with people from Thievery Corporation, Dr.

Isreal, Bonobo, Sub Swara, Dhamaal Soundsystem, Mochipet, and tons of other underground San Francisco artists. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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