sanj.k April 3, 2012 mixes/podcasts, the latest Comments

Two months in an both mixes by ANUJ RASTOGI and MANEESH the TWISTER have gone down a treat, lots of fantastic positive feedback from you all, lots of downloads and lots of sharing :)

Month three sees the release of ‘GLOBAL MYSTIC MIX‘ by DJ Khalid. Mix 003 is different to the previous two, its more on the experimental, nu-jazz, hip-hop and world electronica. Having tracks from BonoboFlying Lotus, Gonjasufi, Ananda Shankar and many more

DJ KHALID, an explorer of the inner-dimensions of beats and an exponent of spiritual music, which has seen him perform with a Sufi vocal group (from the West African tradition) at various events around the world. As a DJ, he is a pioneer of experimental and groundbreaking sounds. Drawing from a myriad of musical landscapes, Khalid adds an esoteric flavour to his genre defying sets, which includes rhythmic flourishes of Asiatic infused dubstep and drum N base, Japanese Jazz to experimental instrumental hip-hop beats from LA and beyond. Presenter on arts radio station Resonance FM and NTS Live as well as various podcasts, Khalid‘s layered atmospheric style is fast gaining notoriety on the underground music scene.




  1. Flying Lotus – It’s a Secret
  2. Mono/Poly – Glow
  3. Mo Kolours – Talking move
  4. Tabla Beat Science – Palmistry
  5. Bonobo – Eyesdown (Machinedrum Remix)
  6. Burial – Loner
  7. Floating Points – K&G Beat
  8. Ananda Shankar – Sagar (The Ocean)
  9. Matthewdavid feat Flying Lotus – Group Tea
  10. Ital Tek – White Mark
  11. Sharmaji – Koli Stance
  12. James Blake – Limit To Your Love (Altrice Remix)
  13. Bass Flo – Nightlife
  14. Gonjasufi – She’s Gone (Oneohtrix Point Never Remix)
  15. Dewan Motihar Trio – Yaad
  16. Venetian Snares – Szamar Madar


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Founder and Editor of NADA BRAHMA, Sanj.K is an Investment Banker with a sense of humor. Born and brought up in the UK, he has an ongoing love affair with music, martial arts and masala chai and in his spare time perfects the deadly art of watching old skool kung-fu movies. Sanj loves bringing a fresh outlook on ‘left field’, Asian, electronica and classical music from across the globe, but hates the music they play in supermarkets.