WHR Podcast 29 Ft. Deep Brown

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Deep Brown is the artistic expression of Ankur Kedia emerging from the sonar by-lanes of Kolkata. His career started in 2006 at the age of 16 by holding residencies at local clubs, which
helped him sharpen his skills and set the stage for his audio experiments. Playing at the best clubs & festivals all throughout the subcontinent under his former collaborative project – Undefined
Dimension, He gained an understanding of dancefloor attitudes, Thus began his foray into electronic music. The new project – Deep Brown – a mix bag of sounds & emotions, evolving from deep & funky grooves, laid back melodic progressions to the more intense beat driven sounds for the peak hours. He was one of the early adopters of digital DJ’ing & has been very instrumental about the possibilities it has to offer. Playing 4 decks with live drum sequencing, his sets are based on the old-school vibe of pure flow, smooth mixes and an on the fly approach of remixing to keep things fresh and connected to the heart of the floor. Come 2013, he co-created the promotion agency Dusdozen to introduce the deeper shades of House/Techno to Calcutta city which is still running strong with over 80 gigs in its lifespan of 3 years.

Beatport Mix

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Artist Links

1) Black Jazz Consortium feat. Minako – Free Your Mind [Soul People Music]
2) Jaxxing – Harlem Ballroom
3) DC – Riot (Vinyl Edit) [Drumpoet Community]
4) DJ Daddio – Why Waste My Time [Urgent Music Works]
5) Virginia – Fictional [Ostgut Ton]
6) Palms Trax – High Point On Low Ground [Dekmantel]
7) Eli Escobar –NY So High [Night People]
8) Caribou – Leave House (Motor City Drum Ensemble Remix) [City Slang]
9) Todd Terry –Razen Theme (Remastered) [FREEZE RECORDS]
11) Todd Terje – Strandbar (Joakim Remix) [Olsen Records]
12) Move D –I Gave My Love (Shan & Gerd Janson Edit) [Misfit Melodies]
13) Pete Heller – Big Love [Subliminal]


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