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Pachanga (Tigerstyle Remix feat. Danny Ray)

Pachanga (Tigerstyle Remix feat. Danny Ray)

Pachanga (Tigerstyle Remix feat. Danny Ray)


Tigerstyle are a Scottish bhangra group from Glasgow from a British Punjabi background. They are made up of two brothers, Raj and Pops trained in classical tabla, gurmat sangeet and various forms of Punjabi folk music and instrumentation. Background: Raj and Pops come from a folk background, with the tradititional upbringing of a Sikh family, with their roots in Punjab, Punjabi folk music, in particular Punjabi music from the late 1970s to early 1980s, including artists such as Kuldip Manak and Surinder Shinda as well as Bollywood music. Read more on Last.fm
Tigerstyle are a Scottish bhangra group from Glasgow from a British Punjabi background. They are made up of two brothers, Raj and Pops trained in classical tabla, gurmat sangeet and various forms of Punjabi folk music and instrumentation. Background: Raj and Pops come from a folk background, with the tradititional upbringing of a Sikh family, with their roots in Punjab, Punjabi folk music, in particular Punjabi music from the late 1970s to early 1980s, including artists such as Kuldip Manak and Surinder Shinda as well as Bollywood music. They also list Rap, Hip hop, RnB and Drum n bass with artists such as Dr. Dre and Ice Cube as influences.[1] They started their music career in 1997 when as DJ's they created Desi Bombsquad Sound System with the intent of nurturing the bhangra scene in Scotland as they felt it lagged behind the English bhangra scene.

[2] The name Tigerstyle is taken from the Tiger Style of Shaolin Kung Fu named after the tiger,[3] with the brothers coming from a Sikh warrior clan background which has its own martial art, Gatka and the name Singh meaning lion. The brothers have released a number of singles and albums and also done official remixes for artists such as Lisa Maffia and Raghav. After a legal dispute with previous record companies, they signed to Nachural Records, the label that launched Panjabi MC. Tigerstyle have toured all over the world and shared stages with the likes of Lily Allen, Dub Pistols, Misty in Roots, Talvin Singh , Nitin Sawhney , Gunjan, Asian Dub Foundation, Badmarsh & Shri, Truth Hurts, Panjabi MC, Future World Funk as well as Bobby Friction and DJ Nihal on Radio 1. Friction has said of Tigerstyle, "They are without doubt the next Asian/Bhangra act that will break through into the mainstream - it is only a question of time." On 28 October 2006 they performed on the BBC Electric Proms Asian Network gig. In the second series of Britain's Got Talent on ITV1 in May 2008, the song used by dance act Signature in their audition and again in their performance in the final was "Nachna Ondei Nei" a bhangra remix of Michael Jackson's Billie Jean featuring Kaka Bhainiwala with covering vocals. Tigerstyle are one of the few Asian acts to have ever recorded a live session for the late John Peel. They also performed on the BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury Festival in July 2007.

In addition, they are releasing 1 song with artist, Juggy D. --------------------------------- --------------------------- ------------------------ ------------------------ ---------------------- ,,,, Danny Ray, (born, Daniel Feinstein, February 1, 1951, New York, NY) is an American tenor saxophonist, known for his exploding sax style, evolved from early punk rock and R&B roots. Currently (2008), playing in an eclectic project called Mad Juana, with rock bassist Sami Yaffa (Hanoi Rocks, Jet Boy, Demolition 23, New York Dolls), Karmen Guy (NYC singer, songwriter, artist, model), Marni Rice (electric accordion), Dustin Luna (drums), Paul Garisto (drums, percussion) (Jesse Malin), NIco Camargo (trumpet), Fernando Apondaca (electric violin) and Steve Rodriguez (bass). They blend gypsy and Mediterranean influences along with other globalista music, within an intensive rock format, that they call "Acoustic Voodoo". 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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