Another track that has caught my eye this week is Kudi (Girl), which is the first release from Tigerstyle's forthcoming new album titled Digi-Bhang. Tigerstyle's new material showcases the unique direction they are taking, by making use of electronic and synthetic sounds but always fusing with Bhangra, international elements and plenty of BASS!! This track features vocals of highly acclaimed female Punjabi singer Rani Randeep and comes with a bunch of intense genre jumping remixes, pure ammunition for all dance floors.
Tigerstyle is one of the few Asian acts to have ever recorded a live session for the legendary late Sir John Peel. They were given the opportunity to showcase material supported by a full band at the first ever BBC Electric Proms in September 2006, were selected out of 1000s of acts to perform on the first ever BBC Introducing Stage at the Glastonbury Festival in July 2007 and performed at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. Previous releases by Tigerstyle were identified as key representations of the worldwide appeal of Bhangra music and used on XBOX360 games by Microsoft. This was the first time that Bhangra tracks had been placed on any interactive game and endorsed the mainstream opinion that Bhangra had finally arrived in the ever increasing global music market. Tigerstyle have also been working alongside prominent Bollywood music directors, composing and remixing for Indian film soundtracks.
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